About the programme
Major challenges with natural gas are the large distances between the production and consumption sites and gas technology which limits the emission of CO2. A large part of the remaining resources are also in offshore reserves, requiring safe technology for subsea production systems.
A two-year international full-time degree MSc programme (120 ECTS credits) is offered for both Norwegian and international students. All courses are 7.5 ECTS credits and are lectured in English.
The master programme is linked with a cluster of three different master programmes; Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Natural Gas Technology. These programmes aim at covering the whole value chain for natural gas, including exploration and production, processing, liquefaction, transport, conversion to chemicals, power generation and heating. The Natural gas technology program offers a quite wide selection of courses within the mechanical engineering aspects of the value chain. Techno-economic optimization is included for the whole value chain. Technologies for carbon dioxide capture and storage is emphasized in the processing and conversion steps of the value chain.
A wide range of specializations:
- Process Integration
- Multiphase flows
- Gas processing and LNG
- Gas value chain from well to user
- Combustion and energy conversion
- Thermal Turbo Machinery
- Thermal power Cycles, including C02 capture
- Computation and simulation methods
BSc/BEng degree or equivalent (normally 3-4 years) in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering or equivalent. (In order to obtain equivalent competence, the basic knowledge in mathematics, physics and chemistry must be at the level of BSc/BEng)
In order to qualify for admission to one of NTNU’s 2-year Master of Science programmes in Technology, all applicants must have a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in mathematics and statistics in their Bachelor’s/undergraduate degree, equivalent to the NTNU courses Calculus I, II, III and Statistics.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) welcomes applications from qualified students from around the world. There are a limited number of scholarships offered. The language of instruction is English, and thesis and term papers have to be written in English.
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