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38 | PETROLEUM ENGINEERING SUMMER SCHOOL

Workshop 49 and 50
Duration
08 Jun 2020 - 19 Jun 2020
Language
English
Status
POSTPONED
Course directors:
Daria Karasalihović Sedlar, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Lidia Hrnčević, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Maša Prodanović, University of Texas at Austin, United States
Arash Dahi Teleghani, Louisiana State University, United States
Thomas Davis, Colorado School of Mines, Indonesia
Course description:

Petroleum Engineering Summer School is held in two workshops in June every year. Workshops are organized by the University of Zagreb, faculty of Mining, Geology & Petroleum Engineering. Topics covered by the PESS are contemporary technical, technological, environmental and economic issues in field of oil & gas industry and energy industry in general. The mission of the Petroleum Engineering Summer School is the exchange of knowledge at advance academic and expert level, offering the extensive possibilities for international collaboration of the professionals in the oil & gas industry. The workshops are organized as lectures followed by professional discussions.

This year topic that will be discussed include: digitalisation in petroleum industry, project management, well performance, fractured reservoir characterization, increasing the recovery factor of reservoirs, EOR from pilot testing to field implementation, Uncertainty Management in Upstream Project Development, geothermal reservoirs, gas market flexibility and energy storage.

WS 49: 2 ECTS (regular attendance, active workshop participation and assessment of learning outcomes)

WS 50: 2 ECTS (regular attendance, active workshop participation and assessment of learning outcomes)

Course lecturers:
Torsten Clemens, OMV Upstream, Austria
Thomas Davis, Colorado School of Mines, Indonesia
Rajan Chokshi, Accutant Solutions LLC, United States
Carlos Caldas, University of Texas at Austin, United States
Thomas Blasingame, Texas A&M University, United States
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