PhD position in Arctic Geology at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) in sedimentology and reservoir studies.
New Masters Degree Specialization A new Masters Degree specialization in Petroleum Geoscience starts at UiT from the fall of 2015.
The new course, AT333 Arctic Petroloeum Sciences: from exploration and operation to environmental impacts and ecosafe operations, is interdisciplinary and open to students from various fields of study (technology, biology, environment and geology). Course period will be the autumn semester (August – September), annually.
3P Arctic Conference 29. Sept – 2. Oct 2015 In preparation for the upcoming 3P Arctic Conference & Exhibition, all students are invited to participate in the poster competition.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) has initiated the establishment of a Student Chapter in Tromsø, and ARCEx has been asked to function as faculty advisor in this process.
Info: All PhD students in ARCEx have the possibility to become part of the Petroleum Research School of Norway.
The Arctic Frontiers 2015 science section “Climate and Energy” will address three main themes: Arctic climate change – global implications Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems The Arctic’s role in the global energy supply and security
Professor Snorre Olaussen presented his work in the Petroleum Geoscience session at the Geological Winter Meeting held in Stavanger January 12 – 14.
Meet our new employees in the ARCEx organisation.
Leader of the Environment Risk Management group in ARCEx, Prof. JoLynn Carroll, will be present at the poster session Thursday 22 Jan 12:50 – 14:30, @main conference area.