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The aim of this course is to teach a critical approach for evaluation and appraisal and the ability to carry this out as part of a diverse team. The course is centred around a three-week group project in reservoir modelling, incorporating dynamic modelling and history matching. This course will allow the development of the necessary skills to undertake the independent project. Specific elements will also address: presentation and communication skills; standards of professional behaviour; work in different teams in pursuit of common goals; and how to design and execute a research project relevant to the hydrocarbon industry.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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1. Presentation skills: oral, written and electronic (lectures and practicals) [6 hours]
2. Research skills in science and engineering [6 hours]
3. Ethics and diversity workshop [3 hours]
4. Building a Petrel model [24 hours]
5. Group reservoir modelling project [80 hours]
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
Assessment of many of the skilld elements is formative with instant feedback. There is a single summative element, divided into three components: 1. Assessment of the reservoir model produced by the team (50%) 2. Assessment of a process log detailing how decisions were made by the team (30%) 3. A team presentation on the work (20%).
There are no assessments for this course.