APPEA awards two scholarships

THE Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association has awarded two scholarships to recognise innovative research by postgraduate students, to Yazan Arouri and Brennan O’Connell.

APPEA awards two scholarships APPEA awards two scholarships APPEA awards two scholarships APPEA awards two scholarships APPEA awards two scholarships

Shell chair Zoe Yujnovich, winner Yazan Arouri and APPEA CEO Dr Malcolm Roberts

 
The KA Richards Memorial Scholarship was won by Arouri, a PhD candidate from the Santos-sponsored Australian School of Petroleum at the University of Adelaide.
 
He was recognised for what APPEA calls his innovative research on optimisation of well control, placement and trajectory under geological uncertainty. 
 
His research aims to provide the industry with a new tool for field development planning, whether green or brown fields, to maximise asset value.
 
O'Connell won the Tony Noon Memorial Scholarship, a one-off grant for honours and Masters' students and PhD candidates from a range of disciplines, including geology, safety, engineering, economics, law or environment...

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