The EAGE FIELD Challenge (Fully Integrated EvaLuation and Development)

Promotes cross‐disciplinary geoscience and engineering integration within universities.Each participating university will have a multi‐disciplinary team of full time geoscience and petroleum engineering students, with a maximum of one PhD student per team. After the essay round, ten teams;will be selected and will be required to analyze and propose a FIELD Development plan for a discovered hydrocarbon resource. Each team is required to submit an abstract and based on this submission, the six finalist teams are selected. All teams work with the same dataset, which is provided by a different company each year.

Teams can consist of full‐time students from some or all of the following disciplines:

  • Geophysics
  • Geology
  • Petrophysics
  • Reservoir engineering
  • Production engineering
  • Petroleum economics
  • Petroleum Engineering

Integration is the key!

Receive travel grants as a finalist

Finalists receive travel grants to the EAGE Conference & Exhibition. The next finals will be held at the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition (12-15 June 2017, Paris, France), where each team will present their FIELD development plan to an expert jury. We will support all selected university teams with three travel grants per team to attend annual conference.