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Reservoir Geoscience and Engineering

Program language

English


Partner universities: Texas A&M University (USA), Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Tyumen State Oil and Gas University (Russia), Kazakh-British Technical University (Kazakhstan), Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bandung Institute of Technology (Indonesia).


The world demand for hydrocarbons is constantly growing. The oil and gas industry is facing a key challenge: optimize oil and gas field production - both those already under production and those yet to be discovered.
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Two professions are key to improving the production yield of reservoirs: reservoir geoscientist and reservoir engineer. They require multiple skills and are complementary. A reservoir geoscientist describes the architecture of the reservoirs and calculates the volume of trapped hydrocarbons. A reservoir engineer describes the fluids and proposes an optimum and sustainable development strategy. Together, both professions must be able to innovate and work on multicultural and cross-cutting teams.

 

By choosing the Reservoir Geoscience and Engineering program, you can be a part of the great adventure of these professions. In an exceptional academic setting, you will follow a common core program and optional modules that allow you to strengthen your specialization in geoscience or reservoir engineering. You can also opt for a partnership program with a foreign university (TAMU - USA or Gubkin - Russia) and graduate with a double degree.

 

The Reservoir Geoscience and Engineering program constantly prepares you to deal with real on-the-job situations. You will conduct numerous case studies based on real data from the field. You will deal with geological objects through practical field trips. You will use industry-specific software.

 

Students choosing the professions of reservoir geoscientist or reservoir engineer will ultimately work in international environments, with cross-cutting and multicultural teams, that require high technical and geographic mobility. You can take advantage of the many career opportunities with oil and gas operators or oil supply service companies (service and engineering firms).


 

 



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