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Not all donations to the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering involve funding.

Software donations play a vital role in our classrooms. They allow our students to get hands-on training with applications created for the oil and gas industry. These educational software grants, or licensing agreements, also benefit the donating company by allowing future petroleum engineers to train with and use their software, so these young engineers know the strengths and usefulness of the products.

2020 Donations

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Petroleum Experts provided educational licenses for their IPM software suite. This software does well modeling and design, reservoir analytical simulation, fluid depiction, and multiphase network optimization. Specialized reservoir simulators and combined production controllers also use this software. The value of this donation is $2,472,904.88.

2018 Donations

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Petroleum Experts provided educational licenses for their IPM software suite. This software does well modeling and design, reservoir analytical simulation, fluid depiction, and multiphase network optimization. Specialized reservoir simulators and combined production controllers also use this software. The value of this donation is $2,424,414.14.

2017 Donations

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Rock Flow Dynamics provided electronic equipment and software to Dr. David Schechter. This donation includes a high-end workstation and tNavigator, a powerful simulation software. Both will aid graduate students with their scientific experiments for Schechter’s research. The estimated value of this donation is over $200,000.

 

If your company would like to donate software for educational purposes, please contact support@pe.tamu.edu.