“There is so much I want to share,” Dr.Behrooz said during his meeting with SPE-KFUPM officers. “We are going through a bulge of retirement that requires us to ensure that students accelerate their development in an industry where little matters. Also, the demand is increasing and our reserves are declining,” Dr. Behrooz added. In response, Mohammed AlGhazal from KFUPM said: “We are aware that there are plenty of resources, but they are more increasingly difficult to unlock. However, challenges often end up pushing us to be more creative and innovative in the way we work”.
Ali AlShafie, SPE-KFUPM student chapter president, shared past activities and looked at the future while illustrating how SPE has played a key role in fast-tracking students’ development. In addition, Mohammed AlGhazal said: “We should look at the present because the habits and behaviors we practice now will influence the future our industry as well as prepare for the future”. Dr.Behrooz was impressed with KFUPM members’ frequent visits to high schoolers and emphasized that little actions can have miraculous impact. In the end, SPE-KFUPM officers presented Dr. Behrooz a token of victory and wished SPE all the success.