The School of Petroleum Engineering is housed in Stephenson Hall, a $16.1 million facility that serves TU's petroleum and mechanical engineering programs. Petroleum engineering students can expect their studies to be enhanced by access to the following equipment and laboratories:
- State of the art computer facilities for the utilization of only petroleum engineering students
- Junior and senior testing laboratories on both the south and north campuses, including a drilling simulator, a multiphase flow facility, and a rock and fluid laboratory
- Drilling laboratory located on TU’s north campus
- Full-scale cutting transport facility
- 2,000 foot well for multiphase and artificial lift experiments Multiphase flow loop for a variety of projects
TU's Department of Information Services maintains fully computerized information retrieval systems of the petroleum industry and academic community, and publishes the internationally circulated Petroleum Abstracts weekly.