Petroleum Engineering Degree
I'm about to go to college and I'm very interested in petroleum and civil engineering. I was set on petroleum but I've heard mixed reviews over the future of the industry. Some say it's going to dry up, others say it won't for 50 years. I've also heard a lot of pete. e's will be retiring so a lot of spots will open up. Civil is much more stable. My ultimate goal is to be the ceo of an engineering company/firm, so an MBA someday. I think civil would be better for this. But I like everything about petroleum. I think it'd be awesome to work on rigs and the schedule also interests me. (3 weeks on, 3 weeks off for an example) Maybe even travel a little too because I'd love to see the world. Preferably work mostly in Texas though. Any input? What are some major petroleum engineering firms?