Learning outcome

The objective of the 2-year international MSc program for Natural Gas Technology is to provide students with knowledge, skills and general expertise in transport, processing and energy conversion of natural gas. Students will develop the ability to do work in order to meet the needs and challenges in the private and public sector.


The MSc candidate in Natural Gas Technology has:

  • A well developed basic knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering in the core program
  • Basic understanding and application of engineering methods and analysis techniques
  • General knowledge of the following natural gas technologies, and in-depth knowledge within one or more of the following:

- Process Integration

- Multiphase flows

- Gas transport

- Cryogenics

- Combustion

- Thermal Turbo Machinery

- Thermal power Cycles including CO2 capture

- Value-chains and life cycle analysis (LCA)

  • Knowledge of contemporary industrial relevant problems


The MSc candidate in Natural Gas Technology shall:

  • Independent able to apply the acquired knowledge to develop comprehensive solutions to engineering problems in a professional multi-disciplinary context and use this to identify the innovation potential
  • Have the ability to transform the solutions applied and practical uses, including to make informed choices of relevant alternatives
  • Evaluate and select analysis tools, methods, technical models, metrics and integrated solutions to independent and critical basis
  • Conduct an independent, professional engineering research or development project under the guidance

General expertise

The MSc candidate in Natural Gas Technology shall:

  • Understand the role of natural gas technology engineering in an overall societal perspective, and gain insight into ethical requirements and considerations of sustainable development including analyzing ecological and environmental issues related to engineering education work
  • Have the ability to interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Have the ability to convey and communicate technical engineering issues and solutions both for specialists and general public
  • Have the ability to lead and motivate staff
  • Have an international perspective on their profession and to develop the ability of international cooperation