Ratio Petroleum is deeply committed to the development of strong ties and collaborations with academic institutions, and considers this a critical element of its activities. As such, we strive to preserve and strengthen these ties, while recognizing their significant mutual value and contribution.
These collaborations enable Ratio Petroleum to remain up to date, position itself at the forefront of scientific research, and become privy to technological advancements in various relevant fields such as geophysics, geology, as well as different engineering fields. Moreover, collaborations allow researchers and students to gain access to the company’s operations, as well as its experience in the industry, while creating a pathway for future involvement in the field of oil and natural gas, as well as relevant and useful research projects.
Ratio Petroleum maintains regular ties and accompanies leading researchers and excelling students at a number of universities and research institutes in Israel and around the world.
Examples of collaborations with academic institutes
University of Haifa
Ratio Petroleum has a close relationship with Haifa University’s School of Marine Sciences, specifically the Department of Marine Geosciences and the Department of Marine Technologies. Collaborations include supporting and guiding Ph.D. students, as well as joint studies with leading scientists and post-doctoral researchers. The areas of joint study are relevant to the company’s activity, and are also at the forefront of scientific research, e.g. modelling oil and gas systems, identifying subterranean fault systems and deep-sea sedimentary processes, as well as advanced geophysical analyses.
Tel Aviv University
Ratio Petroleum maintains a close relationship with expert scientists from Tel Aviv University’s Department of Geophysics. Collaborations include advanced applications which are at the scientific forefront of seismic processing and analysis such as the Pre-stacked Depth Migration (PSDM) imaging tool, mapping Direct Hydrocarbon Indicators (DHI) using the AVO and Fluid Factor methods, analyzing seismic diffractions for mapping faults and joint sets, etc.
We welcome any proposal for professional collaboration with researchers, students, universities, and other research institutes. For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org