2020 SPE Membership Salary Survey Offers New Insights
In 2020, several changes were made to increase the usability of the annual SPE Membership Salary Survey. Among the added highlights, the 2020 survey offers new analyses of compensation by engineering title and overall work experience.
Oil and Gas Salaries Continue To Head Upward
Petroleum industry professionals’ reported average compensation in 2018 shows an increase from this past year but is still lower than salaries before the oil price downturn that began in 2014.
Petroleum Industry Salaries Begin To Rise After Downturn
Petroleum salaries are showing increases again after 2 years of decline.
Salary Survey: Annual Survey Shows Declining Industry Salaries
Petroleum industry professionals reported an average calculated total compensation of USD 185,001 in 2016, less than reported in previous years, according to the latest annual SPE Salary Survey.
Annual SPE Salary Survey: Petroleum Industry Salaries Fall in 2015
In SPE's annual salary survey, average total compensation dropped back to 2013 levels after an increase last year. Nonetheless, more than half of respondents reported that their base pay increased in 2015.
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