In addition, students must complete and successfully defend a Master of Science thesis. Required and elective courses are listed in the following table:.
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Learning Outcomes. The current SLOs for this program are as follows: Upon completion of the MSc in Petroleum Geosciences, graduates will be able to successfully apply advanced and current concepts and methods of the geosciences to formulate and solve complex petroleum geoscience problems; be able to plan and complete a research project within a reasonable time frame by integrating knowledge and methods from different disciplines of the petroleum geosciences and using appropriately selected research methods; demonstrate an ability to communicate complex scientific problems in oral and written forms in English appropriate to the petroleum and broad energy industry; demonstrate self-direction and time management when working independently; work effectively and professionally in multidisciplinary teams, as a member and a leader; be able to manage and analyze complex ethical issues.
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The Geological Society of London is the UK national society for geoscience, providing support to over 11, members in the UK and overseas. Founded in , we are the oldest geological society in the world. Petroleum Geoscience transcends disciplinary boundaries and publishes a balanced mix of articles covering exploration, exploitation, appraisal, development and enhancement of sub-surface hydrocarbon resources and carbon repositories.
The integration of disciplines in an applied context, whether for fluid production, carbon storage or related geoenergy applications, is a particular strength of the journal. Articles on enhancing exploration efficiency, lowering technological and environmental risk, and improving hydrocarbon recovery communicate the latest developments in sub-surface geoscience to a wide readership. Published by both The Geological Society of London and EAGE, Petroleum Geoscience is a peer-reviewed journal providing a multidisciplinary forum for those engaged in the science and technology of the rock-related sub-surface disciplines.
The journal reaches some individual subscribers, and a further institutional subscriptions provide global access to readers including geologists, geophysicists, petroleum and reservoir engineers, petrophysicists and geochemists in both academia and industry. The journal aims to share knowledge of reservoir geoscience and to reflect the international nature of its development. The journal is included the Lyell Collection and articles appear online soon after they have been accepted for publication and ahead of the printed volume or issue.
From May journal articles will be posted as accepted manuscripts and then replaced by the published article the version of record. The journal is easily accessible on mobile devices. I am pleased to announce that, during our 25th anniversary year, Petroleum Geoscience has decided to introduce a new series of papers on the theme of Energy Geoscience. Here, I briefly explain why we are doing this and why we think it is important for development of the Journal.
This change is primarily being driven by the need to severely curtail and reduce emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases to the atmosphere the climate change challenge , but also because of many other harmful impacts of modern human society on the biosphere e. Human society needs to change its behaviour into more responsible practices, and that includes how we use energy. In responding to these challenges, we can already see an acceleration in what we now call the energy transition.