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Master’s degree programme Reservoir and production engineering

General

Duration (years): 2

Credit (ECTS): 120

Qualification Awarded: Reservoir and production engineering 

Level of Qualification: Master's Degree

Language of Instruction: English

Mode of Study: Full-time

Locations: Perm, Russia

Study Type: Campus

 

 

 

What you will study

STAGE 1

In Stage 1, you will study topics such as Petrophysics, Wells, Facilities and Business Essentials. 

STAGE 2

In Stage 2 you will study; Language (professional), Business cooperation, Occupational health and safety, and Operation of oil and gas wells and field facilities. 

STAGE 3

In Stage 3, you will study topics such as Petroleum economy and management, Project management, Integrative modelling of oil and gas fields and Well equipment operation for oil and gas production . 

STAGE 4

Stage 4 is the final stage, where you will focus on the Individual Project Report. Successful completion will award the MSc Reservoir and production engineering.

 

Each course provides practice:

1 course - technology practice;

2 course - pre-diploma practice.

All modules/stages feature petroleum engineering laboratories, a field trip, seminars with industry and communication skills classes.

 

Career Prospects

The oil and gas industry offers a variety of careers for graduates of this programme to work at its refineries, terminals, chemical plants, or on exploration and production on-shore/off-shore facilities. The following are examples of some of the career options available either off-shore or on-shore:

  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Drilling Engineer
  • Reservoir Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Petroleum Geologist
  • Project Engineer
  • Research & Development

     

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this programme the graduates are expected to:

  • Have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the processes and technologies involved in the production, separation, and secure transport of oil and gas;
  • Use analysis tools and skills acquired to plan for drilling and safe recovery of oil and gas for different types of reservoirs;
  • Use mathematics, basic science, and engineering techniques to solve problems related to oil and natural gas production;
  • Be familiar with the elements of oil and gas systems and their important role in the recovery and production of hydrocarbons;
  • Use available measurement data and simulation software to reconstruct a three-dimensional model of hydrocarbon reservoir;
  • Have an in-depth understanding of system design and operation of oil and gas transport in different environments including testing and monitoring of the system using computer simulations and laboratory equipment;
  • Be aware of the impact and role of hydrocarbons on social, economic, and environmental factors;
  • Have a good understanding of the economics associated with the recovery and production of hydrocarbons;
  • Have deep knowledge of engineering concepts and technical requirements associated with surface production facilities;
  • Have a good understanding of the impact of geological properties and heterogeneities on the overall performance of the hydrocarbon reservoir;
  • Be aware of possible faults related to reservoir connectivity and ways of dealing with faults and accidents.

 

ADMISSION

If you have any questions regarding admission process, you can either:

- send all your questions (as well as the scans of your documents) to Foreign students faculty foreign@pstu.ru

- make a call to Foreign students faculty, tel.: + 7 (342) 2198 944

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