MSc Oil and Gas Enterprise Management 1 Year On Campus Learning Full Time January
|Home / EU / RUK Students||Tuition Fee for 2016/17 Academic Year||£7,100|
|International Students||Tuition Fee for 2016/17 Academic Year||£17,200|
|Home / EU / RUK Students||Tuition Fee for 2017/18 Academic Year||£7,400|
|International Students||Tuition Fee for 2017/18 Academic Year||£18,000|
Portfolio Optimisation - Decision Making and Investment Appraisal in Petroleum Economics (GL5500)
This course covers some basic economics and then focuses on valuation of assets, how to deal with risk in making investment decisions, and the various systems by which petroleum revenue is taxed.
Commercial Law and Regulatory Frameworks (GL5525)
This course introduces financial laws attached to petroleum exploration and exploitation with respect to the UK, alongside an introduction to international law and regulatory frameworks.
Remediation Technology for Geosciences (EV5514)
Provides students with a technical working knowledge of the environmental legislation, management and mitigation in a global context;
Evolution of technical skills in defining incidents through quantitative risk assessment;
Ability to use qualitative and quantitative data in understanding the fate and potential harm of environmental pollutants with specific reference to oil and gas;
Use of evidence based lines of evidence in developing critical thinking and interpretation;
Encourages presentation of quantitative data and extrapolation to genuine scenarios.
Research Skills, Professional Development and Field Study (GL5524)
The aim of this course is to provide a structured method for researching various forms of materials and sources with a critical approach for evaluation and appraisal. This course will allow the development of the necessary research skills required to undertake the independent project. Other skills developed include CV preparation, interview practice and group working techniques.
Project in Oil & Gas Enterprise Management (GL5923)
The project is an extended, independent, self-directed, piece of practical work integrating and reinforcing the material taught on the course, and giving a detailed insight into the demands of, and ways of working in the oil and gas industry.
Geoscience in Oil Exploration (GL5034)
This course aims to cover many important aspects of geology, geophysics and prospect evaluation whilst illustrating how geologists deal with uncertainty and risk during exploration stages. An understanding will be gained about how geologists go about exploring for oil and gas, and the main tools at their disposal.
Introduction to Energy Economics (BU5053)
This course introduces key techniques from economics and finance to allowing understanding of the basics of business decision making within the energy industries and the economic implications of key energy policies. We consider basic financial concepts such as: present value, the opportunity cost of capital and their role in business decision making in energy industries. We also consider key economic elements of markets and how the economic environment structures the way in which businesses make decisions and energy market outcomes.
Drilling and Well Engineering (GL5035)
This course aims to cover the main aspects of drilling and well engineering whilst remaining focused on licensing and regulatory frameworks. This will include long-term views on tendering and technique development. Another key aspect of this course will be the issue of communication between geoscientists and engineers.
Management in Engineering: Production, Risk Management and Psychology (GL5205)
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.