In 2018, petroleum engineers will have a much bigger job market than they did in 2017, according to a report from the National Association of Petroleum Exporters.
And they’ll need to be able to perform a wide variety of tasks.
The new NAPPE report states that engineers will be working in more areas of petroleum engineering, including refining and production.
That means more tasks for engineers that will make them more efficient.
In fact, this could make it easier for companies to find qualified engineers.
For example, the report suggests that a petroleum engineer who can work in two fields will be more efficient than one who can only do one.
And this is a trend that’s happening worldwide.
The number of petroleum engineers has grown from less than 3% in 2010 to nearly 8% today.
The study found that the average salary for a petroleum engineering job is now $98,200.
In 2018 the average petroleum engineer salary was $100,800, and it was up more than 5% over 2017.
That makes it more than $1.5 million per engineer.
The biggest challenge for engineers will come in the area of their training.
While they’ll be working on a broad range of projects, engineers will also be required to work on the refining side of things.
As a result, engineers have to be in the best shape to handle the rigors of the job.
As the report states, engineers are expected to work in an environment that is both competitive and safe.
The oil industry will require engineers to be as skilled as possible.
And that means the oil engineers will need to have good physical and psychological fitness.
They’ll also need to take on more complex, complex, and dangerous work.
The report found that an oil engineer with a 3.0 grade on a 4.0 scale would need to do more than 1,400 hours of oil refining.
That is a lot of work, which will make oil engineers more efficient at the job, as the report noted.
The NAPME report also says that engineers are in high demand right now.
That’s because they’re often called upon to help companies with new products and technologies.
The industry also wants them to be skilled and adaptable, and that will mean getting the right experience to be successful.
The demand for engineers is so high that companies are looking to recruit the right candidates.
NAPTE has a list of oil engineering candidates to look out for and to look forward to in the near future.
For more information, go to nappe.com.