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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 27–30, 1987
Paper Number: SPE-16833-MS
... engineering staff from the end of 1982 to the end of 1986 of 12.4%. They project a five year change, from year end 1986 to year end 1991, that ranges from an increase of 0.2% to a decline of 7.1%. In short, they see little prospect for an increased engineering work force and a high probability...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 5–8, 1986
Paper Number: SPE-15458-MS
... degrees were available only for 25 companies, and this is also shown in Figure 1 and tabulated in Table 1. These companies, over the five years, reported 25% of their engineering work force to be petroleum engineers, although the percentage rose continuously from 21.9% in 1981 to 29.6% in 1985. The total...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 16–19, 1984
Paper Number: SPE-13294-MS
... companies with engineering complements over 400 and the other companies. The smaller companies did not report any drop in total engineering work force through 1983 and their five-year projections, even on the low side, show a five-year increase of 5.1%. The petroleum engineering work force reported...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 5–8, 1983
Paper Number: SPE-11942-MS
... that the future demand estimated in Figure 7 is lower than the actual demand will be. total engineering work force industry segment total demand spe 11942 survey data upstream oil & gas expenditure petroleum engineer projection work force attrition engineering work force engineering...

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