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MSc in Petrophysics and Formation Evaluation by Senergy and Aberdeen University

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Senergy and the University of Aberdeen have joined forces to develop an MSc Petrophysics and Formation Evaluation programme in direct response to the growing demand for petrophysicists.

The programme is believed to be a world first because it is not only dedicated to the discipline of petrophysics but it is designed as a modular programme to allow a flexible approach for people wishing to combine studies with their work.

Senergy, a provider of fully-integrated project and asset development services across the energy industry, also delivers training services through its technical training division across a range of specialist disciplines including petrophysics, core analysis, geomechanics (sand production and wellbore stability), reservoir seismic characterisation and geology.

Senergy's Training division recognised the opportunity to train petrophysicists utilising the much sought after skills of Senergy petrophysicists. The company then approached the University of Aberdeen, world renowned for its academic credentials including its diverse energy portfolio, to support the initiative. As a result, both parties entered into a partnership to develop the programme which has since been accredited by the university.

The Masters programme, which is due to begin in September, is open to graduates or equivalent with an existing position in the oil and gas industry who have backgrounds in, for example, geosciences, physical sciences, mathematics or engineering.

Senergy already delivers specialist training to companies around the world and will be marketing this new programme on a global basis.



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