How to participate in the Laurie Dake Challenge
Universities are invited to participate in the Laurie Dake Challenge with a multidisciplinary team of 3 to 5 students (one PhD student per team allowed). The competition includes three selection rounds that are further explained below.There’s more valuable guidance in an article published in the October 2017 issue of First Break (pp. 12).
To enter the competition each team is required to submit an assignment on a certain topic.
We are looking forward to the second edition of the Laurie Dake Challenge!
All universities are invited to participated in this competition, details we be published soon and the time frame of the competition is described below:
|Application and submission first assignment||10th October to 21 December 2018|
|Semi-Finalist selection||6 February 2019|
|Second Round Submission||18 March 2019|
|Finalist announcement ( 6 teams selected to present the final in London)||1st April 2019|
|Final presentation slides submission||20 th May 2019|
|Final Development plan presentation in London||2nd June 2019|
|Announcement of the winner in the opening ceremony||3rd June 2019|
Every team that applies will receive a data set, which is sponsored by BP, to work with. They will have the opportunity to analyze and interpret an exploration data set of a discovered hydrocarbon resource.
The first assignment should be submitted by 21 December 2018.
In this first round, the best ten teams will be selected for the next round of selection.
Please complete the submission of the assignment and if you have any further question do not hesitate to contact Rosmery Gonzalez
The ten still standing teams are required to start working with the data they received and; pitch your development plans in a 3-minute video.
|Universitas Gadjah Mada( team 2)|
|Fluminense Federal University|
|Institut Teknologi Bandung|
|University of Stavanger|
|Petroleum University of Technology (PUT)|
|Tomsk Polytechnic University|
|Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo|
To select the best 6 teams that we will invite to the finals on Sunday 2 June in London, the judges have decided to organize an interim review:
The video should be submitted no later than Monday 18th March (12:00 UTC +1)
The pitch interim review will result in the selection of the 6 finalist teams that will receive travel grants and free tickets to 81st EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2019 !
Requirements of the video:
- Acceptable quality visual and sound Landscape orientation
- The duration of the video should NOT be longer than 3 minutes
Remember that you pitch your field development plan to BP Company!
Teams selected in the Final round will be announced in April:
EAGE invites three team members of each of the finalist university teams to come to the EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Copenhagen to present their findings in front of an expert Laurie Dake Challenge jury. Therefore, each team will receive three travel grants (including free registration as a full student delegate during the conference). The presentations will be judged by 8 to 10 jury members, all with their own expertise.
All finalist teams are required to submit their Laurie Dake Challenge Development plans and the presentations a few weeks before the finals. The Laurie Dake development plans must include the following:
• Well log analysis
• Structural model
• Identified flow units
• Static reservoir model property modelling
• Dynamic reservoir model
• Forward (appraisal and) development plan
Announcements for current participating teams
EAGE Laurie Dake Challenge
Laurie Dake Challenge finalists will present their findings to an expert jury, after months of working on a dataset (provided by BP) of a discovered hydrocarbon resource. Universities and industry are invited to attend the presentations and witness the competition between the most excellent multi-disciplinary student teams on a global scale.
Finalists( To be announced in April 2019)
The winning team of the Laurie Dake Field Challenge will receive a trophy during the London 2019 Opening Session, Monday 2 June, starting from 16:00 in the presence of the top of our geoscience and engineering community.