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Live Ethics Webinar given quarterly by TBPE for Texas PE requirements.


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  • Distinguished Lecturer Evaluation

    If we all will evaluate each DL that we host, we can receive $1,500 from SPE. We only compete against other small chapters so this is something we can do! The evaluation only takes 2 minutes, so there is no reason not to participate!

  • Golf Fundraiser

    Thanks to all our supporters of the golf tournament raising funds for our North Texas Section's Bob McDaniel Memorial SPE Scholarship. We had 64 golfers participate and 50 hole sponsors! We really appreciate the continued support even as our industry is in a downturn. We will be able to continue giving scholarships as long as we keep up the great work! Save the date for Friday September 29th, 2017 for next year's golf date.


The North Texas Section is proudly the supporting Section for the MSWU Student Chapter. Please visit the SPE website to find out more.  Our student members are always welcome to addend our Luncheons and we cover the cost of their meals.



  • WASHINGTON, October 28, 2016 – API Chief Economist Erica Bowman today highlighted the positive impact that improved energy infrastructure could have on utility prices on Friday’s press conference call on the energy outlook for the 2016-2017 winter season. Bowman’s opening remarks, as prepared for delivery, are available on API’s website.

  • WASHINGTON, October 28, 2016 – The American Petroleum Institute’s Global Industry Services department (API Global) has established a new Source Inspector Electrical Equipment (SIEE) certification, the third offering within a suite of Source Inspector Certification Programs designed by inspection and quality subject matter experts specifically for the oil and gas industry.

  • WASHINGTON, October 27, 2016 – API filed comments today in support of competitive rail switching that would allow market forces to have greater influence over rail shipment rates. The comments were filed jointly with the Shipper Coalition for Railroad Competition as the Surface Transportation Board looks to update its rules for rail shipments.

  • WASHINGTON, October 21, 2016 – Total petroleum deliveries in September increased 1.0 percent from September 2015, but were down 2.6 percent from August to average 19.6 million barrels per day. These September deliveries were the highest deliveries for the month in nine years, since 2007. For the third quarter of 2016, total petroleum deliveries, a measure of U.S. petroleum demand, decreased by 0.1 percent from the same period last year. For year to date, total domestic petroleum deliveries remained flat compared to the same period last year.

  • WASHINGTON, October 20, 2016 – API Senior Director of Regulatory and Scientific Affairs Howard J. Feldman cautioned that EPA and states should not pile on additional guidelines and regulations on the oil and gas industry until EPA completes its Oil and Gas Information Collection Request (ICR) and subsequent analyses.