Engineering Professionalism Committee

About the Committee

The committee is responsible for the integration of professional activities and practices, including the further development, future updating, and society-wide awareness of the Petroleum Engineering Competency Matrix and the database of worldwide credentialing practices. 

The Engineering Professionalism Committee comprises up to 12 members.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Must have an interest in professionalism related to credentials, certification, ethics, and related matters
  • Must be an SPE member

Expected Time Commitment

  • Attendance at one physical meeting at ATCE annually.
  • Additional meetings via teleconference will be held 6-8 times per year.
  • Estimated time commitment per month is approximately two to four hours.

Deliverables and Expectations

  • Actively engage in committee functions, including meetings, to achieve the goals of the committee
  • Monitor activities in the areas of registration, licensure, and/or certification and advise the Board of any significant developments that might occur
  • Be available to discuss committee matters via email with committee members.
  • Make recommendations to the Chair for new committee members.