The agreement covers four key areas of possible collaboration:
1. Faculty exchanges, especially in subsea engineering, offshore and onshore petroleum engineering, process control systems and process safety in all chemical engineering fields and non-conventional energy areas.
2. Possible student exchanges for short-term visits and learning.
3. Joint research projects, and
4. Joint academic events and activities, including short courses, seminars, workshops and/or conferences based on mutual interest and institutional expertise. The two may also explore research and projects involving distance and computer-based learning.