International Students Learn Geosteering
From July 30 to August 3, 2018, the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after I.M. Gubkin opened its doors to more than 80 participants and lecturers of the International Summer School.
This year, the summer school was taught in the framework of the UTFORSK program with the direct support of the universities of Stavanger and Molde. Summer schools were divided into three areas: "Technologies for effective and safe development of the Arctic", "Arctic Logistics" and "Modern technologies for well construction."
The school was attended by 60 foreign students from 18 countries and 19 universities. 28 lecturers from six countries of the world delivered their lectures. Lecturers were teachers of Russian and foreign universities, as well as specialists from large oil and gas companies.
Besides lectures within the framework of the International Summer School of Education, two working meetings were held on grants with representatives of the University of Stavanger and the University of Molde.
12 volunteering students of Gubkin University assisted in the organization of summer school activities.
Our company conducted an interactive presentation about geosteering for the students. They were receiving real-time LWD data to their computers and made an analysis of the data, and changed their model, trying to predict the best geological scenario.
Original of the post is on the University page.