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Third Year - First Semester

 

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Course Number: PGE301

Course Name: Drilling Engineering I

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Introduction to drilling methods. Rotary drilling operations. Rig components and their functions. Bit type selection and evaluation. Drilling fluids: functions, types, and compositions. Mud properties and calculations. Mud pump ratings and horsepower requirements. Drilling hazards and their remedies. Pressure relationship in the formation and bore hole. The hydrostatic fluid head including mud and cement slurries.

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Course Number: PGE302

Course Name: Petroleum Production Engineering I

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Review of casing design concepts. Well completions: various completion designs, reservoir and mechanical considerations. Perforations, production packers, tubing strings, liners, subsurface completions, production control equipments and completion fluids. Wellhead and subsurface components installation. Surface production facilities. Piping systems, valves, chokes, fittings, separators, stock tanks, gathering systems and individual well flow rate allocation. Fluid Separators: separator components, types and factors influencing separator capacity. Production system analysis and design for single/multiphase fluid flow performance relationship. Tubing and flow line behavior: Tubing size, maximum possible flow rate and flow line size. Sand control procedures.

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Course Number: PGE303

Course Name: Well Logging

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Introduction to well logging and its basic relationships. Principles, uses, tools and interpretation of spontaneous potential log, gamma ray log, porosity logs, resistivity logs and magnetic resonance imaging log, to identify the rock and calculate its fluid properties. CBL (cement bond log)/VDL (variable density log).

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Course Number: PGE304

Course Name: Petroleum Engineering Economics I

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Oil and gas reserve, organizations of petroleum exporting and importing countries, international supply and demand of petroleum, classification of petroleum, petroleum pricing, alternative energy, international strategy of energy, time value of money, types of interest rates, rate of return, methods of engineering decisions, depreciation, depletion, amortization, taxation, inflation, sensitivity analysis of engineering projects, risk analysis production decline curves, evaluation of future production of oil and gas wellsand, Expenditure and Net present value.

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Course Number: PGE305

Course Name: Geophysics

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Gravity prospecting: principles, instruments, field measurements and reductions; interpretations; seismic prospecting: wave propagation, instruments, refraction and reflection methods, interpretation; magnetic prospecting: principles, instruments, measurements & interpretation; airborne magnetometer.

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Course Number: PGE306

Course Name: Reservoir Fluid

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Chemistry of petroleum and review of thermodynamic concepts. Basic concepts of phase behaviour; single, binary and multi-component systems. Equations of State for real fluids. Phase equilibria calculations for reservoir fluids. Sampling procedures: subsurface and surface sampling of reservoir fluids. Determination of reservoir fluid properties from: field data, laboratory analyses, correlations and equations of state. Application of fluid analysis data for use in reservoir and production engineering calculations. Properties of oil field waters. Gas hydrates. Use of existing/available software for phase behavior calculations.

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Course Number: PGE307

Course Name: Drilling Operations and Equipments

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Drilling: Drilling operations – Location to Rig. Release Well Bore Diagram, Crews – Operator – Drilling, contractor – Third Party Services – Rig Types – Land Types – Marine types, Main offshore fields, Challenges, Effects on environment

Components: Overall Drilling Rig, Drilling Sub systems – Power – Hoisting Line – speeds and Loads Power – Loading Components – Drill Pipe, Heavy Weight Drill Pipe (HWDP), Drill String Loads Uni-axial.

Planning: Directional Drilling, Well Planning, Two Dimensional, Horizontal, Tools, Techniques, MWD, surveying – Radius of Curvature, Long’s Method – Errors, Mud’s, Mud Use, Property measurements, Types, - Pneumatic (Air, Gas, Mist, Foam), Water based, Oil based, solids Control, Definitions, Equipment, Problems, Contaminations Effect.

Hydraulics: Classifications of Fluids, Rheological Models – Rotary Drilling Hydraulics – Jet Hydraulic Optimizing and Maximizing – Circulations Rate Selection – Drill Bit – Jet Sizing – Equivalent Circulations Density, Hole Cleaning. Theory – Vertical and Deviated Holes, Annular Velocities – Carrying Capacity – Pills and Slugs.

Shut down: Origin of Overpressure, Kick Signs, shut – in Procedures- Drilling — land or bottom-supported offshore rig and Tripping—land or bottom-supported offshore rig,, Kill sheets, Kill Procedures, Driller’s Methods – Engineer’s Method (Wait and Weight)

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Course Number: PGE308

Course Name: Petroleum and Gas Transportation and Storage

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Waterborne Transportation, Oil Spills, Storage Facilities, Oil Pipelines, World Oil Transit Checkpoints , Marine Tankers and Barges, Super tankers, Oil tankers, Barges, Marine vessels for transporting LPG and LNG, Aboveground Tank Storage of Liquid Petroleum Products, Storage Tanks, Tank Farm.

Development of oil and gas condensate reservoirs; design and development of gas storage fields in depleted gas, gas condensate, oil reservoirs, and aquifers; design of natural gas production and processing equipment

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Course Number: PGE309

Course Name: Rock mechanics

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The course provides detailed coverage of the fundamentals of rock mechanics including the theories of elasticity and failure mechanics, borehole stresses and acoustic wave propagation. Laboratory and field methods of acquiring rock mechanics data relevant to field applications are discussed in detail. The course concludes with thorough discussions of the application of rock mechanics in studying borehole stability, sand control, reservoir compaction and fracturing.

 

Third Year - Second Semester

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Course Number: PGE310

Course Name: Drilling Engineering II

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Formation pore pressures. Planning the well. Casing design and special design considerations. Overview of directional drilling and deviation control. Planning the directional well trajectory, kick off and trajectory change, deflection tools, deviation control and horizontal drilling. Coring methods and equipment. Formation damage: causes and prevention.

Drill Stem Testing: General procedure and considerations, test tool components and their arrangements. Drilling economics: equipment cost and methods of reducing drilling costs (e.g. slim-hole drilling). Introduction to managed pressure drilling. Blow out prevention and control. Introduction to offshore drilling technology.

Cementing: Primary well cementing. Techniques, types of cement and additives. Factors considered for the selection of cement type. Cementing volumes. Squeeze cementing. Stage cementing.

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Course Name: Petroleum Production Engineering II

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Causes of low well productivity: Reservoir dominated factors, well bore dominated factors and mechanical failures. Well Diagnostics: Production test, deliverability tests, transient tests (PLT, PSP) and near wellbore damage characterization. Problem well analysis: Well Performance Prediction; Decline curve analysis, Material balance method and reservoir simulators and Remedies. Well services and work over jobs; squeeze jobs, re-perforation and well cleaning.

Stimulation Techniques: Hydraulic Fracturing; Introduction, inducing fractures, productivity ratio, fracture area, fracturing fluid coefficient, fracture efficiency, fracturing hydraulics, fracture design and calculations. Acidizing: Introduction, types of treatment, acid-fracturing design. Gas Lift: Introduction, application, valve mechanics, design of continuous-flow gas lift system, design of intermittent gas lift system and accumulation chambers.

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Course Number: PGE312

Course Name: Formation Evaluation

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Introduction to well logging methods and evaluation of well logs for formation evaluation. Basic logging principles, theory of tool operation, analysis of open hole logs to estimate, rock and fluid description and evaluation from open hole logs properties, including determination of porosity, net pay thickness and saturation. Capillary pressure-saturation relationships, shale sand analysis, core-log integration and resource determination.

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Course Number: PGE313

Course Name: Petroleum Engineering Economics II

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Introduction and definition of basic concepts, world supply and demand. Iraq Petroleum Policies and laws, petroleum resource and reserves classification. Evaluation nomenclature, time value of money, basic interest equations, present and net present value, ABC transaction, payout, payback time and rate of return. Engineering economics, factors and their uses. Evaluation of alternatives. Depreciation, depletion and corporate taxes. Cash flow analysis. Risk analysis. EMV calculations. Application of the principles of engineering economics to exploration, drilling, and production operations.

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Course Number: PGE314

Course Name: Artificial Lift

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Artificial lift methods in oil wells are studied from the basic theoretical and design aspects. Methods include gas lift, electric submersible pumping, and sucker-rod pumping systems. Principles of multi-phase flow are integrated with system performance and coupled with in inflow performance to predict overall well performance.

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Course Number: PGE315

Course Name: Optimization

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Introduction, applications in optimization, Linear programming, applications in linear programming, Graphical method, applications ingraphical method, Simplex method, applications in simplex method, Transportation method, applications in transportation method, Nonlinear programming, applications in nonlinear programming, Lagrange multiplier method, applications in Lagrange multiplier method.

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Course Number: PGE316

Course Name: Drilling Fluids and Cement

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Introduction: Introduction to the basic functions and properties of drilling fluids and cement slurries. Compositions and related properties of drilling fluids and cement slurries.

Fluids: Drilling fluids – classification – water base drilling fluids. Testing of drilling fluids. Drilling fluid additives.

Cements: Types of equipment and methods used in cementing operations. Drilling fluid and cement slurry hydraulics.

Analysis: Determination of torque and drag. Calculation of cutting transport efficiency. Placement technique of cements. Gas migration through cement columns.

Cementing Procedures: Well cementing – chemistry of cements. Cementing principles – primary cementing, secondary cementing, linear cementing, plug cementing, and single stage cementing, multistage casing cementing.

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Course Number: PGE317

Course Name: Surface Facilities

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Operation and design of oil, gas and water surface handling and processing facilities are presented. Topics include gas/oil separation, oil sweetening and de-emulsification, produced water treatment, and gas treatment. Laboratory demonstrations cover design principles and operations of facilities.

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Course Number: PGE318

Course Name: Environmental Pollution

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Definition – causes, effects and control measures of: (a) Air pollution (Atmospheric chemistry Chemical composition of the atmosphere; Chemical and photochemical reactions in the atmosphere - formation of smog, PAN, acid rain, oxygen and ozone chemistry;- Mitigation procedures- Control of particulate and gaseous emission, Control of SO2, NOX, CO and HC) (b) Water pollution : Physical and chemical properties of terrestrial and marine water and their 54 environmental significance; Water quality parameters – physical, chemical and biological; absorption of heavy metals - Water treatment processes. (c) Soil pollution - soil waste management: causes, effects and control measures of municipal solid wastes – (d) Marine pollution (e) Noise pollution (f) Thermal pollution (g) Nuclear hazards–role of an individual in prevention of pollution – pollution case studies – Field study of local polluted site – Urban / Rural / Industrial / Agricultural.

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