This is illustrated by examples from the Norwegian continental shelf and other areas where such activities take place.
Understand the business drivers in the offshore oil and gas industry
Understand the importance of a value chain perspective
Understand the importance of multidiscipline work
Be aware of the variety of technical solutions that can be used
Be aware of limitations and feasibility issues of specific solutions
Understand that the suitability of specific solutions depends on the circumstances
The following topics are covered: historical background and development, information relating to petroleum resources and production, definitions relating to exploration, reservoir characteristics, drilling and well technology, methods and technologies relating to field development, design basis, systems design, functionality and design of production facilities, platform concepts, subsea solutions, pipelines, estimation of capital expenditure and operating expenditure, principles for project execution, economic analysis, risk assessment and decision criteria.
The course consists of 20 modules. One text document and one presentation will be made available for each module via Canvas. The language is English.
Required prerequisite knowledge
|Written exam||1/1||3 hours||A - F||Valid calculator. |
- Course coordinator
- Jan Inge Dalane, Yihan Xing
- Head of Department
- Tor Henning Hemmingsen
- Course teacher
- Yihan Xing , Muk Chen Ong
Method of work
|Development and Operation of Offshore Gas Fields (E-OFF700_1)||5|
Sist oppdatert: 26.01.2020