In addition to the SPE logo and brand, the Society of Petroleum Engineers is responsible for the following related brands and websites.
SPE's Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition is the annual meeting of our membership, where the new SPE President is inaugurated. ATCE is one of our largest conference and exhibitions and is held in different locations around the world.
The Drilling Conference and Exhibition is sponsored by SPE and IADC, and managed by SPE. It is held annually and rotates between locations in Europe and the US.
SPE manages the International Petroleum Technology Conference on behalf of our partners AAPG, EAGE, and SEG. The conference rotates locations between the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
SPE organizes ~90 workshops annually, identifiable by this SPE workshop logo.
SPE's Forum Series events invite experts to discuss forward-looking topics and identify research needs to address current challenges.
Whether associated with an event or standalone, SPE training courses can be identified through this logo.
SPE has begun using this alternate branding on selected events and activities with broader energy content than oil and gas, reflecting our service to managers, engineers, and scientists across the energy industry globally. Coming soon: a resource center with materials covering other energy sources.
SPE's podcast series is identifiable with this logo.
The Journal of Petroleum Technology is SPE's flagship publication, distributed to all members in print and online.
Oil and Gas Facilities (OGF) is an online magazine serving the production and facilities members of SPE.
Data Science and Digital Engineering (DSDE) is SPE's newest online publication, focusing on digital applications and transformation across the industry.
The Way Ahead is SPE's online magazine written by and for young professionals in the oil and gas industry.
HSE Now is an online publication bringing original and curated content to the health, safety, environment and sustainability community.
OnePetro is a multisociety library of technical papers operated by SPE on behalf of our 20 publishing partners.
SPE members can edit and add content to PetroWiki, a public resource based on SPE's Petroleum Engineering Handbook.
Energy4me provides resources to teachers (K-12 grade) to encourage students toward STEM careers. SPE members also use Energy4me materials to engage students in learning about the industry using hands-on and other activities.
Through the Distinguished Lecturer program, SPE sends experts on a range of technical topics to deliver presentations at local section meetings.
SPE Connect is our online communities platform for technical sections and other groups to communicate and share materials.
SPE Online Education brings together educational opportunities such as webinars and online training courses.
The Competency Management Tool allows SPE members to assess their current level of competence in a number of technical areas and identify training needs to enhance their qualifications.
SPE Cares is the brand we use for section and chapter activities volunteering and helping to address social needs within their communities.