SPE Online Education
Session I – Certification/Licensure and the Road to Professionalism
Recorded On: 10/17/2017
The SPE Certification is just the 1st step that a young engineer can take on the ‘Road to Professionalism’ – a journey that will deliver the ethical standards necessary both professionally and personally that are required to maintain a ‘code of conduct’ that promotes a high level of integrity throughout their careers.
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Dr. Mohammed Razik Shaikh, SPEC
Dr Razik Shaikh has over 20 years’ experience working in the Oil and Gas sector in Production and Development Geology in both Clastics and Carbonates; Oil and Gas; IOR and EOR working predominantly in the Middle East (for Dubai Petroleum Company, Shell/PDO and KUFPEC) and also South East Asia (Shell Malaysia, KUFPEC Malaysia and KUFPEC Indonesia). Dr Shaikh has a BSc Honours Degree in Geology from Kingston Polytechnic and an MSc Degree in Petroleum Geology from Imperial College. Dr Shaikh read for his Doctorate in Industrial Geology, specialising in Clastic Sedimentology, at the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter.
Dr Shaikh has substantial exposure in oil and gas fields, carbonates and clastic, both onshore and offshore deep and shallow water. He has taken a Lead or Focal Point role in many projects ensuring deliverables and targets are both understood and met. A key collaborator with Stakeholders and is experienced in presenting to Partners where necessary. His main area of expertise include Well and Reservoir Management, Static Reservoir Modelling and Well Delivery.
Dr Shaikh has also served the SPE in numerous capacities including Northern Emirates Section Chairman in 2005. He served as the Engineering Professionalism Committee Chairman in 2009 and 2014 and is currently a member of both the Business Management and Leadership Committee and Engineering Professionalism Committee. He attained SPE Certification in 2006.
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