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Society of Petroleum Engineers recognizes Ameri and Aminian

Society of Petroleum Engineers recognizes Ameri and Aminian

Sam Ameri and Kashi Aminian

Samuel Ameri, professor and chair of the WVU Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering department, has been awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty (DAAPF) Subcommittee. The committee is charged with selecting (globally) and recommending the recipients of the SPE DAAPF to the SPE Board of Directors and the president.

“I am beyond grateful and honored for the appointment by my professional society,” said Ameri. “The SPE appointment means a great deal to me and I am humbled to be the member of this committee. I take my role and the responsibility I carry very seriously and look forward to the bright future ahead.”

Kashy Aminian, Charles T. Holland professor of petroleum and natural gas engineering in the Statler College, has been awarded the SPE 2020 Regional Service Award for exemplary service and devotion to regional program development.

The award acknowledges exceptional contributions to SPE at the section or regional level and recognizes singular devotion of time and effort to the programs and development of the member’s section and region that set it apart from the services rendered each year by many members of the society.

SPE is the largest individual-member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry. The global society boasts more than 153,000 members in 143 countries.