The PetroBowl competition pitches SPE student chapter teams against each other in a series of quick-fire rounds, answering technical and nontechnical industry-related questions. This year, Europe PetroBowl Regional Qualifier will be held on 7 – 9 March 2022 in Annual Student Energy Congress (ASEC) 2022 hosted in Zagreb, Croatia.
The NTNU PetroBowl 2022 Team consist of Luis C Alvarez – MSc Student Petroleum Engineering – Specialization Drilling Engineering, Wilson Wiranda – MSc Student Petroleum Engineering – Specialization Reservoir Engineering and Petrophysics, Karl Jørgen Abbouchy – MSc Student Petroleum Engineering – Specialization Production Technology, Stefan Catalin Craciun – MSc Student Petroleum Geosciences – Specialization Petroleum Geophysics and Mehman Ahmadli – PhD Student in Subsea Technology
The NTNU Drillbotics team supervised by BRU21 goes to the finals and is ranked #1 after evaluation of reports for Phase 1 of the 2021-2022 competition!
Drillbotics is an international competition between universities organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). The challenge is to design, build and successfully implement a fully functional drilling rig at lab scale in order to perform fully autonomous directional drilling through a rock sample. The aim of the competition is to promote the application of digital solutions and autonomous systems into drilling operations. This will bring innovation and technology development from the academy which can be applied at an industrial scale
Final tests will be held in May and June of 2022 in Houston and Celle. The Team consist of Mikaela Solberg, Luis Alvarez, Jarle Ness and Henrik Helgeland. Congratulations!
Interessant artikkel i dagens Adresseavisen der tre nyankomne studenter ved det 5-årige sivilingeniørstudiet ved Institutt for Geovitenskap og Petroleum ved NTNU, sammen med førsteamanuensis Egil Tjåland diskuterer fremtidsutsikter, miljøutfordringer og jobbutsikter for oljebransjen. De tre intervjuede studentene er opptatt av å gjøre oljebransjen grønnere, og de er også sikre på at de får seg relevant jobb etter endt utdannelse.
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Å trives sosialt er viktig når man er student. Fotballaget Petroleum FK gjør at studenter på tvers av linjer og årsklasser kan møtes og ha det gøy på fotballbanen. Herrelaget har markert seg i seriespill i år, og nå vil også jentene stille lag i seriespill. Begge lagene er nå på utkikk etter sponsorer som kan bidra til utstyr og nye drakter.
Are you interested in cooking and trying new recipes? Then working with cement can be also an interesting subject for you? Working with cement and preparing a good cement slurry is like cooking food, but not for the family, this is going to be eaten by the drilled well under ground. This is the oil well’s dish for building a robust barier for the life of the well.
-I see a very bright future. Today we live in one of The Times They Are a-Changin’. Yes, it’s a time of change and industry and academia are changing quickly. At NTNU, we are educating hybrid petroleum engineers and prepare them for the challenges and changes they’ll face in their career
Read the interview with our Associate Professor Ashkan Jahanbani present and future of petroleum engineering
The 2019 NTNU Drillbotics team are ready! The new student team from Department of Geoscience and Petroleum and Department of Engineering Cybernetics participates in the next years Drillbotics competition (https://drillbotics.com/) – an international student competition organized by Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). The next year the students are going to develop a robotic drilling rig for fully autonomous drilling. Good luck!
Teknostart is a start-up program for first-year Petroleum students at NTNU. The petroleum students at NTNU started their studies with watching the film Deep Water Horizon to gain an insight into how much responsibility they will have in the future
Instituttleder Egil TJåland er intervjuet av enerWE, og kommenterer søkermassen til petroleumsstudiene ved NTNU og BRU21-programmet, hvor det skal ansettes opptil 40 PhD-kandider som skal jobbe mot digitalisering av olje- og gassindustrien.