Ethical practices in petroleum engineering are important to both improving the public perception of our industry and preserving our individual integrity. This seminar will include an introduction to concepts and guidelines for professional ethics and a discussion of real examples of some ethical challenges, e.g. potential conflicts of interest, limitations in technical competence, and conflicts between professional judgement and economic or political forces, that arise in the practice of petroleum engineering. Participants will be credited with 1 PDH to fulfill the annual requirement for continuing education on ethics for registered professional engineers.
John Rogers Smith retired from LSU where he was an associate professor in petroleum engineering. Before joining LSU, he had over 20 years of industry experience in drilling, production, research, and reservoir activities. John is a life member of SPE and got his earliest training in petroleum engineering in the continuing education seminars sponsored by the Evangeline SPE section.
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