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This course will provide an understanding of the management aspects of reservoir, facilities, pipeline and safety engineering in the hydrocarbon industry. It will also give an understanding of approaches to risk management and psychology that will enhance management decision-making.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
1. Reservoir models 2. Basics of production geology and the production geology toolkit 3. Reservoir heterogeneities 4. Turbidite reservoir architecture 5. Trends in reservoir management 6. Composition and properties of petroleum fluids (compresssibility of gases; phase behaviour and reservoir fluid types; fluid pressure gradients and contacts) 7. Reservoir drive mechanisms 8. Volumetric estimation 9. Undersaturated reservoirs 10. Material balance, reservoir fluid mechanics, immiscible, displacement, gas utilisation 11. Secondary Recovery 12. Situation awareness 13. Risk Perception 14. Conformity and groupthink 15. Leadership and stress at work.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
100% in course assessment including, a mixture of presentations, group work, including assignments and in some classes small class tests.
There are no assessments for this course.