If international exchange students register for the course, the lectures will be given in English.
Required prerequisite knowledge
Recommended previous knowledge
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Failure to complete the assigned labs on time or not having them approved will result in barring from taking the exam of the course.
- Course coordinator
- Runar Bøe
- Coordinator laboratory exercises
- Svein Myhren, Reidar Inge Korsnes , Jostein Djuve
- Course teacher
- Rune Wiggo Time , Remi-Erempagamo Tariyemienyo Meindinyo, Ola Ketil Siqveland
Method of work
Lectures mainly 6 hours per week for approx. 13 weeks. Laboratory exercises with written reports (compulsory, lab reports has to be approved for allowance to exam). Problem exercises (not compulsory but recommended).
The lecturers are using Canvas actively and the students are requested / supposed to update frequently. Lecture plans, curriculum, all info added the Canvas page at any time, deadlines, etc. will continuously be added Canvas or updated when required. It is the students responsibility to keep updated and stay informed.
Compulsory workload such as lab reports must be approved 3 weeks ahead of the exam. Students not having all their lab reports approved will be noticed via e-mail some days before exam date that they are not allowed take the final exam.
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Petroleum Engineering - Master`s Degree programme in Petroleum Engineering, 5 years
2. Supplementary text book: "Petroleum Production Systems", 2. Ed., B. Economides, M.J., Hill, A.D., Ehlig-Economides, C., Zhu, D., Prentice Hall PTR, 2012. Parts from this book used in lectures will be referred to / shown in handouts.
3. 54 first pages in compendium "Petroleums-produksjon"(by Erik Skaugen, in Norwegian). Copies to be found on Canvas.
4. Supplementary information : Michael Golan and Curtis H. Whitson: WELL PERFORMANCE; 2.ed., PTR Prentice Hall Inc., 1991. Copy of sections will be added the course Canvas page.
5. Handouts and all written material added to the "Pensum (Course curriculum)" folder on the course Canvas pages.
6. All information / topics treated during lectures including stuff not added to Canvas
Sist oppdatert: 23.08.2019