NEW PRESIDENT OF SPE SEES PLENTY OF CHALLENGES AS WELL AS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE 1990S

Keith Rappold Drilling Editor Flexibility and versatility will be the keys to opportunity for petroleum engineers in the 1990s. Jacques Bosio, 1993 president of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, believes demand for petroleum engineers will increase during the next few years. With continued decline in the U.S. oil industry and disappearance of political walls worldwide, international assignments will offer brilliant futures for petroleum engineers.

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