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THE BACKGROUND

Oil and gas have been a tangling issue that influences the historical path of global economy and politics, where advanced technology and massive investment have painted the colour of petroleum industry. The recent skyrocketting oil price placed oil and gas in the zenith of global economic and political clout, that drives an alarm of scarcity that leads to substantial efforts to find new and unexplored petroleum basin. Capital movement toward this sector proceeds at paramount figure as well. Steady evolvement of petroleum technology and management becomes imperative to face the rapid change of environment. Indonesia, a country endowed with oil and gas resources, has experienced in having the oil and gas industry where ITB pioneered the program study on petroleum engineering since 1962 with the establishment of the Department of Petroleum Engineering to meet the manpower demand of bachelor level for engineers working in the upstream petroleum activities. In 1988 ITB extended the program into master and doctorate levels. The program develops not only to meet the current increasing industrys requirements, but also the need of the anticipated future development of the industry. The curriculum fathoms to make adjustment as such to meet the man power qualification required by the industry which experiences rapid development in technology and management. For that reason, the post graduate study program of ITB offers a Master program that will be delivered in Jakarta to provide oil and gas managers and professionals to capture broader and deeper view on the petroleum engineering and management and to expand and enhance their academic power of analysis.

THE OBJECTIVES

The program is intended to make the students expand, extend, and strengthen the power of analysis, and broaden the view of new and futuristic issues of petroleum engineering and economics.

THE CURRICULUM
This Master Level Program has a total credit of 36, comprising of 30 credits course works and 6 credits thesis. The course works include 4 mandatory courses and 6 elective courses. All courses have 3 credit values, except thesis which is 6 credit worth. The structure of the curriculum is designed as follows. First Semester 1. TM5101 Reservoir System (3 credits) 2. TM5102 Drilling and Completion (3 credits) 3. TM5103 Production System Design (3 credits) 4. TM6001 Research Method (3 credits) Second Semester 5. TM60xx Elective #1 (3 credits) 6. TM60xx Elective #2 (3 credits) 7. TM60xx Elective #3 (3 credits) 8. TM60xx Elective #4 (3 credits) Third Semester 1. TM60xx Elective #5 (3 credits) 2. TM60xx Elective #6 (3 credits) 3. TM7099 Thesis (6 credits)

Electives
TM6002 TM6003 TM6004 TM6005 TM6006 TM6007 TM6008 TM6009 TM6010 TM6011 TM6012 TM6013 TM6014 TM6015 TM6016 TM6017 TM6018 TM6019 TM6020 TM6021 TM6022 TM6023 TM6024 TM6025 TM6026 TM6027 TM6028 TM6029 TM6030 TM6031 TM6032 TM6033 TM6034 TM6035 TM6036 TM6037 TM6038 TM6039 TM6040 TM6041 TM6042 TM6043 TM6044 TM6045 TM6046 TM6047 TM6048 TM6049 TM6050 TM6051 TM6052 TM7099 Professional Ethics Advanced PE Mathematics Heat and Mass Transfer Advanced Petrophysics Fluid Flow Through Porous Media Geology & Reservoir Characterization Logging Equipments and Control Carbonate and Naturally Fractured Reservoir Pressure Transient Analysis Advanced Reservoir Simulation Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Methods Chemical EOR Miscible EOR Immiscible EOR Thermal EOR Non-Thermal EOR CBM Technology Selected Topics in Reservoir Engineering Selected Topics in Formation Evaluation Selected Topics in Natural Gas Engineering Advanced Drilling Engineering Rock Mechanics Offshore Operation Selected Topics in Drilling Engineering Advanced Production Engineering Surface Facilities Design Fluid Flow in Production System Production Optimization Advanced Artificial Lift Advanced Well Stimulation Selected Topics in Production Engineering Advanced Management and Economic Analysis of Oil and Gas (O&G) Project Economic and Financing Analysis of O&G Project Risk Analysis and Decision Making in O&G Project O&G Project Management and Accounting Advanced Optimization Method Environmental Impact Prevention in O&G Project Reservoir Management Reservoir Engineering and Management Planning of O&G Field Development Macro and Micro-economics of O&G Sector Policy and Regulation of O&G Sector Selected Topics in O&G Economics Selected Topics in O&G Regulation Energy Resources Economic and Financing Analysis of Energy Project Environmental Management of Energy Project Energy Economics Energy Modeling Energy Policy and Planning Regulation of Energy Sector Thesis

THE INSTRUCTORS
Seventeen instructors with petroleum engineering background are involved in the program with their relevant expertise. The are: 1. Arsegianto, ir, MSc, Dr. 2. Asep Kurnia Permadi, ir, MSc, Dr. 3. Doddy Abdassah, ir., MSc., Dr. Prof 4. Dody Nawangsidi, ir., Dr.Eng 5. Leksono Mucharam, ir, MSc, Dr.. 6. Nenny Miryani Saptadji, ir, MSc, Dr. 7. Pudji Permadi, ir, MSc, Dr., Prof. 8. Pudjo Sukarno, ir, MSc, Dr. Prof 9. Rudi Rubiandini R.S., ir, MSc, Dr.Ing.Prof 10. Septoratno Siregar, ir, MSc, Dr.Ing., Prof. 11. Sudjati Rachmat, ir, Dipl.Ing, Dr-Ing. 12. Sutopo, ir., MSc., Dr. 13. Taufan Marhaendrajana, ir, MSc, Dr. 14. Tutuka Ariadji, M.Sc. , ir, MSc, Dr. 15. Ucok W.R. Siagian, ir, MSc, Dr. 16. Widjajono Partowidagdo, ir,M.Sc.,MSOR, Dr., Prof. 17. Dr. Ing Bonar T. Halomoan Marbun.

Guest lecturers from relevant and prominent individuals with long experience in petroleum industry are also invited to enrich and put more colour to the courses being offered. They are: 1. Kardaya Warnika, ir, Dr. 2. Trijana Kartoatmodjo, ir, Dr.

DURATION, VENUE, ADMISSION & TUITION


PROGRAM DURATION
The program is designed for 4 semesters which takes 24 months. The program opens for two entries: January (for February-June class) and July (for August-December class).

PROGRAM VENUE
The class will be conducted in Wisma Aldiron, Ground Floor, Suite 37B Jl.Jenderal Gatot Subroto. 45, Pancoran, Jakarta, 12930. Phone (021)7902726

ADMISSION
To be eligible for admission to the Master program, a candidate must hold a Bachelor Degree (S1) or its equivalent in Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Physics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Civil Engineering, Geoscience, Mathematics, and Physics; have TOEFL score of minimum 475 have TPA (Academic Potency Test conducted by BAPPENAS) score of minimum 475. pass the screening process (interview) conducted by the Screening Team

TUITION Rp. 20.000.000,- /semester for four semesters, if the course is not completed in four semesters then the normal ITB tuition fee will be applied.

INFORMATION & REGISTRATION


INFORMATION . . . . . . . .
Master and Doctoral Program, Petroleum Engineering Program Study, ITB Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia Phone : +62-22-2504955 Fax: (022) 2504955 email : pe-itb@tm.itb.ac.id Visit us at http://www.tm.itb.ac.id

. . . . . . . .AND REGISTRATION
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