BOG 2101

Oil & Gas Management

Course ID
BOG 2101
Campus
Muyenga
Level
Undergraduate
Instructor
Isabella Kasiko
Credit
3 CU
Method
Lecture

Module Overview

To introduce the student to the nature and function of companies and other organizations involved in technical, financial, commercial and contractual activities in the North Sea and world-wide upstream oil and gas industries. The nature of mid and downstream oil and gas activities will be briefly examined to set an overall context

Objectives

  1. Evaluate the primary uses of oil and gas and the significance of oil and gas within the global energy industry with the broad technical issues involved in the location and development of oil and gas reserves
  2. Critically discuss the objectives and functions of and commercial relationships between companies and organisations in the upstream oil and gas supply chain
  3. Critically analyse the broad principles and practical implementation of petroleum taxation regimes in various regions of the world.
  4. Evaluate the risks associated with the upstream oil & gas industry across the life cycle of a development and/or life cycle of a basin

Mode of Delivery

Lectures, Group discussions and Tutorials

Assessment

Course Works 50%
Written Examination 50%

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