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Diploma in Oil and Gas Technology

The oil industry, also known as the Oil Patch, encompasses the global processes of petroleum product exploration, extraction, refining, transportation (often via oil tankers and pipelines), and marketing. The industry’s two most important products are fuel oil and gasoline (petrol). Petroleum is critical to many industries and is required for the continued existence of industrial civilization in its current form, making it a critical concern for many nations. Oil accounts for a significant portion of global energy consumption. The petroleum industry refines crude oil and converts natural gas into a variety of products.

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vinu sir

Nebu Mathew

Faculty

peter mathew

Peter Mathew

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The petroleum industry is divided into three sections: upstream, midstream, and downstream.

E&E is located upstream (exploration and extraction). This includes looking for underwater and underground natural gas or crude oil fields, as well as drilling exploration wells and drilling into existing wells to recover oil and gas.
The transportation, storage, and processing of oil and gas are referred to as midstream. Once the resources have been recovered, they must be transported to a refinery, which is frequently located in a completely different geographic region than the oil and gas reserves. Tanker ships, pipelines, and trucking fleets are all examples of transportation.
The filtering of raw materials obtained during the upstream phase is referred to as downstream. This includes the refining of crude oil and the purification of natural gas. Marketing and commercial distribution of these products to consumers and end users in a variety of forms, including natural gas, diesel oil, gasoline, lubricants, kerosene, jet fuel, asphalt, heating oil, and LPG (liquefied petroleum gas), and a variety of other petrochemicals.

Syllabus

Module I: Introduction to Oil and Gas

It demonstrates the formation of kerogen beneath the earth’s layers as planktons are converted or decomposed over millions of years.

  • Formation of Oil and Gas
  • Chemistry of Oil and Gas
  • Various Surveys & Mapping
  • Spudding
  • Classification of Rigs (Onshore and Offshore)
    • Land Rig
    • Oil Barge or Platform
    • Semi-Submersible
    • Drill Ship
    • Workover Rig

Module II: Exploration:

This module makes use of various pieces of equipment and processes used in the extraction of paraffin from the earth’s crust. It provides you with in-depth knowledge of Kelly and TDS’s drilling procedures.

    • Drilling Components
    • Hoisting System
    • Rotating System
    • Drilling Fluid or Mud
    • Mud Circulating System
    • Casing (Well Head Installation)
    • Cementing
    • Kicks and Blow Out
    • Blow Out preventer Testing and Installation
    • Koomey Unit Testing and Working
    • Well Kill
    • Kill Sheet Calculation
    • Pipe Handling Equipment

Module III: Logging

It is the study of various factors which affects the Drilling, Completion and Production and lead them in correct path to gain the well in a profitable way.

  • Mud Logging
  • Coring
  • E-line Logging
  • Well Logging
    • DST (Drill Stem Testing)
    • Surface Testing

Module IV: Completion

  • Lower Completion
    • Barefoot
    • Open Hole
    • Closed Hole
  • Upper Completion
    • Well Head
    • Christmas Tree
    • Production Tubing
    • Annular Safety valve
    • Down Hole Safety Valve
    • Side Pocket Mandrel
    • Sliding Sleeve
    • Sand Controlling Equipment
  • Fishing Procedure
  • Well Head Maintenance
  • Work Intervention

Module V: Production

  • First Phase (Natural Drive)
    • Water Drive
    • Gas Drive
    • Artificial Lifting
      • Beam Pumping
      • Gas Lift
      • Submersible Pump
    • Second Phase
      • Water Injection
      • Gas Injection
    • Third Phase (EOR)
      • Chemical Injection
      • Thermal Injection
      • CO2Injection
    • Abandonment