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Impending Paradigm shift in Petroleum Engineering Education to fuel the Low-carbon future

Wednesday, 18 October
Room 214 A
Technical Session
In a volatile and transitioning industry, it is important to discover innovative ways to prepare and retain the talented workforce that fulfils the future energy needs. Academicians and industry professionals are working in tandem to integrate technology and technique in curricula to future proof the Petroleum Engineering career for young professionals joining the energy industry.
Session Chairperson(s)
Hitesh Mohan - INTEK INC
Safdar Khan - Schlumberger Saudi Arabia
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    Future Proofing Subsurface Skills During The Energy Transition, 2030 - 2050
    A.M. Hassan, M. Sassi, Khalifa University of Science and Technology; C. Wale, ADNOC HQ; S. Patil, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals; N. Alyafei, Texas A&M University at Qatar; S. Razaa, Kuwait Oil Company; M. Oraimi, Petroleum Development Oman; E. Al Shalabi, Khalifa University of Science and Technology; R. Merrill, MerSep Corporation
  • 0855-0920 215086
    The Impact Of The Energy Transition On Petroleum Engineering Departments: The Faculty Perspective
    M. Fahes, University of Oklahoma; R. Hosein, The University of West Indies - St Augustine; G. Zeynalov, Baku Higher Oil School; D. Karasalihovic-Sedlar, University of Zagreb; M. Srivastava, ADNOC Offshore; G. Swindell, Gary S. Swindell, Petroleum Engineering; N. Kokkinos, International Hellenic University; G. Willhite, University of Kansas
  • 0920-0945 214952
    Pivoting A Comprehensive, Custom Onboarding Program For Upstream: Lessons Learned
    A. Rabaa, Saudi Aramco UPDC; S.L. Sulami, H.A. Shaiji, Saudi Aramco
  • 1015-1040 214946
    A Hands-on Introductory Course To Increase Interest In The Petroleum Engineering Workforce: A Case Study
    K.A. Enab, Y.O. Elmasry, F. Nath, M.T. Khasawneh, J.D. Pena, Texas A&M International University
  • 1040-1105 215004
    Is Petroleum Engineering Curriculum Change Far From Academic?
    R. Samuel, Halliburton
  • 1105-1130 214793
    Great Opportunities For Young Professionals In Energy
    I. Ershaghi, D.L. Paul, University of Southern California
  • Alternate 214945
    The Labor Dimension Of The Oil And Gas Industry In The Gulf: Role Of Migrant And Expatriate Labor Force
    A. Retnanto, Texas A&M University At Qatar; A. Mohsin, Northwestern University in Qatar; Z. Aloudeh, Texas A&M University at Qatar; T. Kazim, Northwestern University in Qatar
  • Alternate 214816
    How Enhanced Reality Technology Reduces Human Errors Through Increased Operator Competency
    A. Alaa, VOOVIO

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.