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Today’s Professional Registration process involves eight distinct steps for the Petroleum Engineer.  After obtaining a college degree, applying for the Fundamental Exam, passing the FE, obtaining four years of industry experience, applying for the PE,  receiving approval from the State Board, our course instructor prepares students for the seventh step, taking and passing the common national Petroleum Engineer Exam.  The eighth and final step is obtaining a state board recognized Professional Engineering stamp.


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Graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. Degree in Petroleum Engineering, Bing worked for Cities Service Oil, Tenneco and Lear Petroleum before founding Winrock Engineering, Inc for consulting work.

He has a distinguished career as a member of the SPE Engineering Registration Committee, serving as its chairman for two terms; prepared and scored Petroleum Professional Exams for SPE and NCEES; and is the primary author of the first edition SPE's book, "A Guide to Professional Registration for Petroleum Engineers".  Bing also set up and co-instructed the first Professional Registration Review Course for Petroleum Engineers.  Since that time, he has continued to instruct similar P.E. Review Courses throughout the U.S and has authored several papers on Professional Registration.  Currently a licensed Professional Engineer in Oklahoma, he is also a SPE Distinguished Member and received a SPE Regional Service Award.  He is a global lecturer, does field work and prepares SPCC Plans for numerous oil companies.


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Video of PE Course Review


Video excerpts from a study class held in
Oklahoma City, featuring Bing Wines as the
instructor for PE Course Exam Review (Petroleum).

Course photos and related clips.

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