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Individuals vs team?
'freshhh2013' is a team game which means that you give your answer as your team’s decision.
Who is it for?
The freshhh2013 competition is designed for university and college students. All team members must be students currently enrolled in a university or college. PhD students are allowed to participate in the competition as well. The tasks will focus on the oil and gas industry therefore it is advised to have practicality oriented members in the team.
How to start?
First, make up a team with two friend of yours and registry to freshhh 2013! The registration deadline is 17th March 2013 12:00 GMT.
Can we make up mixed team?
Yes of course, moreover, we encourage you to form mixed teams! The tasks and the game will be various, so it is fine to have people with various specializations in your team. Note: you can and you're encouraged to form teams across different universities, even different countries.
What is the competition like? What are the topics covered?
You will manage a virtual oil company. Your decisions have to base on technical knowledge. However, as in real life the technical
knowledge is not enough for a success management, you have to consider your decisions from business point of view.
Playing the MOL Tycoon you will build up a new oil corporation from the beginning. You will decide on research and development projects to find rich reservoirs, build refinery for different products and find the best product portfolio to gain profit.
The game starts in FreshhhLand (FreshhhField), where you are beginner oil entrepreneurs. The oil industry (as your firm too) is facing great opportunities in the industrial and technical development.
You have one working oil rig on a field that has further promising research possibilities. The exploration of the whole field is up to you, and based on the new rigs you can develop your company’s downstream division and so on...
I registered, but I haven't received an invitation e-mail. What do I do?
You should check your e-mailbox again with attention, including the spam folder. If you can not find the invitation, please ask your team leader to resend it or write an e-mail to email@example.com