Short Course III on Resource Assessment and Management was held in Oradea in Romania during March 13-17. The course was attended by 30 participants from the University of Oradea and Transgex and consisted of lectures and exercises. Lecturing was in the hands of Ms. Saeunn Halldórsdóttir, UNU-GTP Studies Board member and head of the Reservoir Engineering studies line of the 6 Month Training Programme, Ms. Helga Tulinius, UNU-GTP lecturer and reservoir engineer at ÍSOR, and Prof. Marcel Rosca, Vice Rector of the University of Oradea.
The short course was the last of 4 events held as part of a wider partnership agreement between UNU-GTP and the University of Oradea on geothermal training for Romanian professionals, which is supported by the RONDINE programme of the EEA Grants scheme, with facilitation by the Environment Fund Administration of the Romanian Ministry of Environment and Climate Change and Orkustofnun – the National Energy Authority of Iceland. The agreement covers the 6 month training of 4 Romanian geothermal professionals in Iceland, undertaken in 2016, as well as Short Course I on Utilization of Low- to Medium Enthalpy Geothermal Resources, held during 4-8 April 2016, Workshop on Utilization of Geothermal Resources for Decision Makers from Romania, held during 27-28 May 2016, Short Course II on Geothermal Resource Exploration, held during 30 May – 3 June 2016, and Short Course III on Resource Assessment and Management.