PETE 301 in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Dr. Eduardo Gildin, associate professor and the CJ Craft Faculty Fellow in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University, recently taught the Petroleum Engineering Numerical Methods class (PETE 301) to 18 students in only three weeks, most of it while they were staying oversees in Aberdeen, Scotland, the oil capital of Europe.
The three-week class, from May 16 to June 3, is known as a Maymester Study Abroad trip. This experience was a huge benefit to the future careers of these petroleum engineering undergraduates.
Petroleum engineering is a global industry. An oil rig part, a computer program or a production method used in the United States might have come from the U.K., Brazil, or Norway…
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