Course Detail
Course Components:
Graduate student standing. Both classical and modern investigative methods are employed in detailed dissection of (1) petroleum sources (2) large-scaled reservoirs and (3) traps (seals). Further energies will be directed to detailed examination of reservoirs concerning various pore systems, and to utilization of diverse subsurface methods. Course will also reveal the necessity of multiple investigative techniques as imperative for accurate problem solving. Field trip and occasional visits by industry experts are an integral part of course curriculum. This "applied" course will also deal with some business and engineering aspects of hydrocarbon exploration. Additional work required for graduate students. Meets with GEO 5510.