Petroleum Engineering Certification
SPE's Petroleum Engineering Certification program provides you with the opportunity to obtain a globally recognized credential as a petroleum industry professional.
How to become an SPE Certified Engineer
Step 1. Determine if you are qualified
- An undergraduate engineering degree in petroleum engineering or related science.
- At least 4 years of experience and training in engineering.
- Professional membership in good standing with the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Step 2. Exam Options
Step 3 (Optional). Prepare for the Exam
- Purchase the SPE Petroleum Engineering Certification and PE License Exam Reference Guide for the exam
- Review the Online Course
- Watch these webinars for free:
- Contact us to setup an in-house training course. You can also view our upcoming schedule of training courses
To keep your certification active, SPE requires you to be a member in good standing and participate in 16 hours of professional development each year. This could consist of courses, workshops, attendance at conferences, online learning, and society activities. To meet this requirement, just maintain a record or diary of continuing education experiences for annual random review for compliance.
- Annual Renewal - USD 40
Renew your SPE Petroleum Engineering Certification.
- Life Certification – USD 800
Get your Life Certification today and never pay again, for life.
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What others say about SPE Certification
“having a recognized independent international professional body (SPE) providing the certification was of value to the credential. SPE succeeded in opening the minds of engineers to not focus only on one part of their job, but to develop additional skills. The engineers were able to identify gaps in their knowledge and focus on increasing their knowledge and skills.”
Ali R. Al-Jarwan | CEO, ADMA
“For young engineers, the challenges are there, and we are relying on them to fill the experience gap. However, these SPE results show that our next generation of engineers has the skills and professional focus to meet the challenges”
Amin H. Nassas | CEO, Saudi Aramco