|Prerequisites for Module|
Normally a UK honours degree, or equivalent, in Engineering or related discipline at class 2.2 or above and proficiency in English language for academic purposes (IELTS minimum score of 6.5 or equivalent). ENM200 Subsurface, ENM201 Wells and ENM202 Facilities.
This module is not suitable for students following an MSc in Professional Studies programme unless they meet the entry qualifications stipulated in the University Regulations on admission and the prerequisites above.
Aims of Module
This module aims to extend abilities developed in module ENM202 with a particular focus on specifying production flow measurement equipment, managing production data, maintaining the integrity of production facilities by addressing corrosion and production chemistry issues. The module also develops abilities in production enhancement through well intervention, treatment and formation stimulation.
Learning Outcomes for Module
On completion of this module, students are expected to be able to:
Indicative Module Content
Production Database Management
Production Chemistry & Flow Assurance
|Corrosion & Material Science |
Well Intervention & Treatment
Indicative Student Workload
Mode of Delivery
This module will be delivered by means of lectures, tutorials and student-centred learning activities supplemented by industrial visits/industry speakers.
Learning outcomes covered in this module represent interrelated elements of the module topic. Coursework and examinations may emphasise some learning outcomes above others without totally divorcing one from the other and while retaining a balanced assessment in total. Component 1 is a coursework which will involve preparation of a short report presenting results and may also require use of appropriate technical applications software.
Component 2 is a closed book examination.