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Fourth Year - First Semester

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Course Number: PGE401

Course Name: Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

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Fundamentals of reservoir engineering. Overview of PVT properties. Volumetric evaluation of hydrocarbons in place and empirical reserve estimation. Material balance equation. Reservoir drive mechanisms. Darcy’s law of fluid flow through porous media. Radial steady state flow. Average permeability calculations for beds in series and in parallel for linear and radial reservoir geometry. Multiphase flow. Effective and relative permeabilities. Basic differential equations for radial flow in porous media and its solutions. Well inflow equations for stabilized flow conditions. Pressure distribution and pressure gradient for linear, radial, compressible, slightly compressible, and incompressible steady state flow conditions. Determination of average pressure in radial flow system. Productivity index, specific productivity index, and injectivity index. Relationship between well-bore radius and flow rate in radial flow system.

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Course Number: PGE402

Course Name: Renewable Energy

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Theory, Classification of energy resources, Solar thermal energy, Solar, Bioenergy- Biomass and biogas, photovoltaics, Wind energy, Geothermal energy, Energy storage Energy Management system.

Classification of energy resources, Solar radiation, solar collectors, performance and applications of collectors, solar thermal power plant, solar water disinfection, solar cooling, Photovoltaic basics, Types of photovoltaic cells, solar photovoltaic (SPV) module, Applications and efficiency of solar photovoltaic systems, Limitations of SPV systems, Biomass conversion processes, Factors affecting generation of biogas, various types of biogas plants, Community biogas plants, Resources of geothermal energy, dominated power plants of vapor or liquid, applications of geothermal energy, environmental effects of geothermal energy, advanced concepts of geothermal energy, Solar energy storage system, types of solar energy storage systems, Types of energy Management system, energy audit, energy planning, energy demand management.

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Course Number: PGE403

Course Name: Engineering Project

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Students as groups (of 3 or 4) are requested to carry out a study on one of the problems related to petroleum and gas engineering under the supervision of one of the staff members. Each group must submit a report before the end of the second semester. The students must give a presentation of their work to an interview committee of staff members.

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Course Number: PGE404

Course Name: Well Testing

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Diffusivity equation, derivation & solutions. Radius of investigation. Principle of superposition. Horner’s approximation. Drill Stem Testing. Pressure Transient Tests: Drawdown and build up-test analysis. Wellbore effects. Multilayer reservoirs. Injection well testing. Multiple well testing. Interference testing, Pulse testing, well-test analysis by use of type curves. Gas well testing.

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Course Number: PGE405

Course Name: Project Planning and Management

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Introduction, project management context; project management. Processes integration management; project plan development, project plan development, project plan execution, overall change control.

Scope management; initiation, scope planning, scope definition, scope verification, scope change control. Time management; activity definition, activity sequencing, activity duration estimation, schedule development, schedule control. Cost management; quality planning, staff acquisition, team development.

Communications management; communications planning, information distribution, performance reporting, administrative closure.

Risk management; risk identification, risk quantification, risk response development, risk response control.

Procurement management; procurement planning, solicitation planning, source selection, contract administration, contract close-out. Closing; administrative closure, contract close-out, lessons learnt.

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Course Number: CR401

Course Name: Engineering Ethics

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Senses of 'Engineering Ethics' - variety of moral issued - types of inquiry - moral dilemmas - moral autonomy - Kohlberg's theory - Gilligan's theory - consensus and controversy – Models of Professional Roles - theories about right action - Self-interest - customs and religion - uses of ethical theories.

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Course Number: PGE406

Course Name: Natural Gas Engineering

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Properties of natural gases, hydrate formation. Estimation of gas reserves. Gas well testing. Estimation of gas deliverability. Gas flow measurement. Natural gas deliverability. Natural gas transmission, design of gathering systems. Field treating and processing of natural gas. Compressor horsepower requirement.

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Course Number: PGE407

Course Name: Drilling simulation

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Methods of control, driller’s method, engineer’s method; factorsaffecting drilling rate (effect of pressure, effect of physical properties ofdrilling mud, effect of weight on bit and rotary speed, economical effect),hole problems (pipe sticking, surge and swab pressure, hole deviation);directional drilling; factors affecting hole inclination of directional wells;types of directional wells; geometry of a directional well; methods ofcalculations of directional wells; horizontal drilling; types of horizontalwells; air drilling; design of air drilling operations.

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Course Number: PGE408

Course Name: Enhanced Oil Recovery

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Basic concepts of EOR: Linear, two- and three-dimensional displacements. The role of reservoir geology in the design and operations. Microscopic efficiency of linear immiscible displacement. Areal and vertical displacement efficiency in 2-D and 3-D systems.

Water Flooding: Selection criteria, displacement theories and performance calculations. Selection and efficiency of various flood patterns. Practical considerations for waterflood design.

Immiscible Displacement by Gas Injection: Surface installations; compression and treatment methods. Special applications of gas injection.

Thermal Recovery Methods: steam and hot water displacement. In-situ combustion.

Miscible Flooding: Thermodynamic miscibility, ternary diagram, first and multiple contact miscibilities. Carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water alternating gas flooding.

Chemical injection: polymers, misceller polymer, alkaline and surfactants.

 

Fourth Year - Second Semester

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Course Number: PGE409

Course Name: Horizontal Drilling

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Changing a wellbore from vertical to horizontal; long- and short-radius horizontal wells; bottomhole assemblies for achieving and maintaining control of inclination and direction; drilling fluids; torque and drag calculations; transport of drilled solids.

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Course Number: PGE410

Course Name: Nanotechnology

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Particle technology, particle size and properties, size reduction particle size reduction, Nanotechnology, synthesis of nanomaterial, investigation methods and application.

Particle, particle shape, measurement of particle size, Methods of size reduction, energy required for size reduction, particle size distribution, crystal structure and crystalin structure of materials, Nanotechnology, nanoscience, nanomaterials, Mechanical, physical, chemical, sol-gel, CVD, Carbon nanotubes properties and production, Nanoparticals investigation methods, XRD, FTIR, SEM, TEM, AFM, Application of Nanotechnology

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Course Number: PGE411

Course Name: Engineering Project

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Students as groups (of 3 or 4) are requested to carry out a study onone of the problems related to petroleum engineering under thesupervision of one of the staff members. Each group must submit a reportbefore the end of the second semester. The students must give a presentationof their work to an interview committee of staff members.

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Course Number: PGE412

Course Name: Advanced Topics in Drilling

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Advanced topics in drilling optimization, advanced topics in lifting capacity, directional and horizontal drilling, advanced topics in casing and cementing operations, advanced topics in hole-problems, coiled tubing drilling, measurements while drilling.

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Course Number: PGE413

Course Name: Integrated Reservoir Management

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What is reservoir management?, the base map, isopach map, net pay thickness, cross sections, well correlation using logs, isoporosity map, bubble map, routine map, analysis, special core analysis, screening of core data, using correlations to estimate missing data, calculation of initial fluids in place, material balance, determination of reservoir type, building reservoir model, history matching, optimization of surface facilities, suggestions to increase production by plugging, perforation, completion, etc., development strategies, drilling new wells, completion, suggesting additional necessary surface equipments, economic evaluation of the proposed strategy.

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Course Number: PGE414

Course Name: Health, Safety and Risk Management

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This course develops a foundation of Health & Safety concepts and stakeholders, Risk assessment of engineering developments, Hazard identification and protection methods, Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Management of health and safety in oil and gas industry.

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Course Number: PGE415

Course Name: Petroleum and Gas Field Processing

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Formation and Accumulation of Oil and Gas, Types Of Petroleum Reservoir, Introduction, The Separation Problem, Theory of Gas-Oil Separation, Methods of Separation, Gas-Oil Separation Equipments, Introduction, Separation Theory, Separator Types, Separator Sizing Equation and Rules, Emulsion Treatment and Dehydration of Crude Oil, Desalting of Crude Oil, Crude Oil Stabilization and Sweetening, Overview of Gas Field Processing, Sour Gas Treating, Gas Dehydration, Recovery, Separation and Fractionation of Natural Gas Liquids

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Course Number: PGE416

Course Name: Reservoir Simulation

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Introduction to the concepts of reservoir simulation, its advantages and limitations. Revision of basic reservoir engineering concepts, reservoir fluid and rock properties and basic mathematical concepts.

Formulation of basic equations for single-phase flow in porous media, finite difference approximation to flow equations, stability and error analysis. Well representation in simulators, solution of linear difference equations applicable to the reservoir using direct and iterative methods.

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Course Number: PGE417

Course Name: Properties of Petroleum Products

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Introduction, Bitumen composition{ Asphaltine, resinearomatic oil, saturated oil}, Bitumen for pavement, Bitumen evaluation for pavement, Cut back bitumen, bitumen emulsion, polymer modified bitumen, oxidized bitumen, Industrialuses of bitumen, storage and handling of bitumen, Introduction, manufacturing process, petroleum coke type, properties of calcined coke, uses of petroleum coke, Introduction, manufacturing processes, channel blacl process, carbon black process, carbon black properties, secondary properties, Introduction conventional process, catalytic dewaxing, API classification of base, Introduction, classification of lubricating oils, effect of viscosity on fuel economy, automotive oil additives, viscosity index improvers, detergent inhibitors, effect of base stock quality, gear oil, automotive lubricants test methods, Introduction, base oil, formulation, life of turbine oil, tests method{ acid number, copper corrosion , rust test, foam test, turbine oil test}, Introduction, grease composition, base oil, grease thickeners, additives, Lubricating greases quality, automotive greases, air craft greases, marine greases, high temperature grease, Introduction, nonpetroleum waxes, other plant waxes, properties, test method{melting point, hardness, color, oil content, viscosity, acid number}, Petroleum wax manufacture.

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