Science and Technology for Exploration & Production Solutions 

The STEPS program offers students the opportunity to conduct a research project — the theme of which is decided annually by the STEPS Scientific Advisory Board — focused on real-world data, while receiving industry-relevant training and mentorship from the dedicated STEPS team.

The STEPS “learning while doing” ethos enables and encourages deep engagement with Landmark software, products and knowledge base. In addition, this program “trains the trainer,” providing support and resources to academic supervisors and technical support staff. To encourage interaction with the wider Exploration and Production community, STEPS hosts an annual Distinguished Lecture Series, the theme of which is in keeping with the annual research theme.

The STEPS program is currently aimed at Master’s level students, but the long-term goal is to facilitate doctoral and postdoctoral research, as well as integrated internships, as part of multi-year thematic research initiatives.

Building a collaborative research network: the STEPS Community

The growth of a collaborative research network is one of the key STEPS objectives. The students, their academic supervisors, the distinguished lecturers, representative industry partners and Halliburton staff are linked via online forums.

Best STEPS Thesis Award:

The “Best STEPS Thesis” acknowledges the best student thesis from the annual STEPS intake; future recruitment opportunities may be associated with the award.

Opportunities to provide data and mentors:

STEPS welcomes interaction from both industry professionals and academics. We offer a range of opportunities, including: serving on the Scientific Advisory Board; participating in the Distinguished Lecture Series; or providing datasets and mentorships to STEPS students. We are pleased to announce the participation of two major international E&P companies for the 2017/2018 theme.

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