LECTURERS and students under the Petroleum Engineering Department of Politeknik Brunei (PB) recently participated in a two-day software workshop called PIPESIM Steady State Multiphase Flow Simulator supported by Schlumberger Brunei.
Held from March 4-5, the workshop aimed at providing participants with the right knowledge platform when using the software to design and analyse well performance in the oil and gas fields.
Senior Production Engineer from Schlumberger, Kuala Lumpur, Muhammad Yusuf Amat facilitated the workshop, where he highlighted the importance of applying technology into teaching and learning.
The workshop’s content covered many aspects such as the presentation on the PIPESIM goals and theoretical explanations behind it, as well as how to operate PIPESIM software.
A discussion was also held between the facilitator and lecturers on improving the course contents, especially for the students’ future projects.
The initiative is instrumental in accomplishing Politeknik Brunei’s vision to develop marketable and skillful graduates, especially in industrial-related areas.
The programme concluded with a closing ceremony during which Assistant Head of School of Science and Engineering (Academic) of Politeknik Brunei Nanisah binti Haji Muhammad presented a token of appreciation to the facilitator and the Schlumberger Brunei representative Nurul Badri binti Wasli.