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Maths in the Oil and Gas Industry Seminar

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  • UserAndrea Kuesters, Anna-Marie Greenaway and Katrin Harding, BP
  • ClockMonday 17 November 2014, 17:00-18:00
  • HouseCMS, MR2.

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Where do maths graduates and post graduates fit into BP? Drop by and hear how our graduates have started their careers.

The oil and gas industry faces a lot of challenges which are tackled by mathematicians – ranging from engineering to commercial and trading.

Examples include:
  • Where shall we position our wells and what is the optimized drilling strategy?
  • What is the most efficient way of getting hydrocarbons out of the ground?
  • Are operations and technologies economically viable?
  • How should we trade oil?

This talk gives an overview of where maths is used in the industry. In particular, we focus on one engineering and one business application.

Please join us for the talk and also some drinks and snacks afterwards.

Reception in CMS core (wine and snacks)

Target Audience: Undergraduates, Part III and PhD Students

This talk is part of the Graduate and internship applications series.

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