Welcome to TU SPE!
The University of Tulsa's student chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers believes in gaining technical knowledge through industry related activities. Activities include weekly meetings, field visits, and technical conferences, all of which are supported by donations from industry sources.
Anyone interested in supporting our SPE student chapter should contact us.
Join SPETo join SPE as a new student member,you will need is to meet the requirements below:
- You must be currently enrolled as a university student with at least 30% of a full-time academic schedule and be concentrating in petroleum engineering or a related field
AND at least one of the following:
- The degree you are pursuing is equivalent to a bachelors or graduate degree or
- Your university has an established, SPE board-approved Student Chapter
Click the following links to view step-by-step demonstrations.
News & Events
TU Student Awarded SPE Fellowship
Mojtaba Shahri, a Ph.D. student at The University of Tulsa, awarded the SPE Nico van Wingen Fellowship. More...
SPE 2013 Student Summit
Nineteen students from TU travel to Houston for the SPE Student Summit. More...
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TU Section wins SPE Gold Standard Award - October 2012
The TU SPE Student Section won the Gold Standard Award for the third consecutive year. Our students have workd hard for this honor. Congratulations!
PE Students Win 2012 SPE Paper Awards
Congratulations to Oliver Wilson and Yahya Hashemian for winning 1st and 3rd place, respectively, in both the regional and internatinal SPE Student Paper competitions. More...
Prof. Younis Receives 2012 SPE Research Fellowship Award
The Society of Petroleum Engineers recently initiated the SPE Research Fellowship Award to encourage research among young faculty. This award is international in scope and applications were received from all over the world. Dr. Rami Younis, Assistant Professor, was selected to receive one of the awards for his research on "Full Resolution Field Scale Numerical Simulation of Geologic Carbon Sequestration Strategies."