I have updated my PE3043 Drilling Engineering I notes. You will find the syllabus and my notebook for that course available now.
I sincerely apologize to anyone who has come to my website looking for petroleum engineering notes only to find a long series of stubs.
The good news today is that I have started releasing new content. You’ll find content for ES2013 – Statics, PE2113 – Rock Properties, PE3023 – Reservoir Engineering, and PE3013 – Computer Applications in Petroleum Engineering available now.
If you come across any broken links or other problems, contact me.
Always excellent resources to have. Past exams are like gold. I consider myself quite fortunate to have received a good many of them throughout my higher education. If you can get your hands on them, use them to your advantage, and you’ll thank yourself later.
(Remind me that I have a funny story to tell about these)
I have been working on digitizing content for the better part of two weeks now, and I am pleased to announce that the first phase has been completed. To date I have scanned approximately 2700 sheets of paper. This note marks the next phase of the project – taking the raw scans to a user-friendly format. I will be posting PDFs for download and web viewing through the MBA Notes and Petroleum Engineering Notes pages of this site. I’ll also share some lessons learned throughout this process.
Among the treasures that I filtered through today:
- Executive summaries of popular business literature, written for the busy professional
- Notes on Organizational Behavior (Micro and Macro)
- Slides from an undergraduate marketing course teaching the fundamentals of marketing