After having completed the course, the candidate should be able to understand the basic terms in the most important areas within petroleum geoscience- and understand how these are applied in research. Students should have a thorough understanding of how geological data is collected, processed, and interpreted, in order to make decisions about the exploration of- and utilization of hydrocarbons.
Required prerequisite knowledge
Form of assessment
Passed / Not Passed
In agreement with the student, the supervisor of the PhD defines the topic at the beginning of the course. The oral presentation may be official or unofficial (with or without audience).