Petroleum engineering hits the books

How the oil and gas industry is influencing academics

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Jennifer Miskimins, Associate Professor of the Colorado School of Mines, worked for Marathon Oil for several years, but she is now a teacher and a researcher, specializing in hydraulic fracturing. Given her experience, Miskimins understands well the collaborative nature of the relationship between the Oil & Gas industry and academia—and why it’s beneficial for both.

In this interview, she addresses a number of questions, including:

  • Where will the oil and gas industry be in five years, and how will it impact academia?
  • What is the value of multidisciplinary research?
  • Why is now a good time for students to go into Petroleum Engineering?

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