Facts about the course
- Study points:
- Responsible department:
- Faculty of Logistics
- Course Leader:
- Berit Irene Helgheim
- Lecture Semester:
- Teaching language:
- ½ year
LOG904-149 Arctic Logistics (Autumn 2018)
About the course
Course content (abstract): The course is multidisciplinary and introduces logistical challenges in the Arctic region development related to offshore oil and natural gas resources exploration, energy supply and energy infrastructure. Those issues are briefly discussed from technical, economic, political and climatological perspectives.
Topics covered: Logistics challenges during the Arctic region development, Arctic oil and natural gas resources, offshore oil and gas field development, renewable energy in the Arctic, innovative technologies in energy sector, energy supply and energy resources transportation, associated environmental challenges.
The course is connected to the following study programs
- Master of Science in Logistics
- Experience-based Master in Logistics
- Master of Science in Petroleum Logistics
- Exchange programme - Master's level
General knowledge of logistics
The student's learning outcomes after completing the course
The students will get a comprehensive overview and learn technical, economic, political and climatological aspects about the Arctic energy resources, logistical challenges of their exploration and production and transportation.
Forms of teaching and learning
Three hours of lectures per day, group work, consulting hours, work on home exam.
The different form of evaluation needs to be according to the Norwegian guidelines for education. All assignment will be submitted in Insperia (the program for electronic assessments the university is using. Handing in by e-mail to the lecturer is not valid anymore). You may choose have different combination of evaluation.
- Form of assessment: Home assessment
- Proportion: 100%
- Duration: -
- Grouping: Group
- Grading scale: Pass/fail
- Support material: All printed and written supporting material
A set of selected articles.