Oil and Gas Operation for Non-Technical Staff – Incorporating Oil and Gas Safety- Postgraduate Course

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  • Objectives
    By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be

    able to:

     Be familiar and gain notable understanding on the different oil and gas concepts;

     Determine the importance of 3D and 4D seismic in locating oil and gas reserves;

     Understand the basic of joint venture contract;

     Differentiate upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas industry;

     Identify what constitute horizontal, vertical and full integration activities;

     Know the procedures involved in oil and gas exploration and production;

     Enumerate the different downstream activities;

     Specify the advantages and disadvantages of exploring vertical integration;

     Ascertain the factors favouring horizontal integration;

     Establish the governing policy among the parties in oil well lease;

     Describe the nature of long-term explicit contracts;

     Learn the basic of franchise agreement in the oil and gas sector;

     Realise the importance of joint ventures in the oil and gas exploration and production;

     Explain the rules on co-allocation of facilities;

     Understand the underlying concepts of implicit contract;

     Learn some techniques in conducting geological research and oil exploration;

     Discover the basic of drilling and mining operation;

     Distinguish natural and artificial lifts in the oil and gas production;

     Explain the principles of gas processing;

     Differentiate between Successful Efforts (SE) and Full Cost (FC) Accounting;

     Discover how oil and gas are marketed;

     Discuss the oil and gas production separator principles;

     Explain “Amine Sweetening” and “Glycol Dehydration” principles;

     Discuss the principle of Emulsion and Vertical Heater Treater;

     Learn the basic of health and safety in the oil and gas industry;

     Categorise fatal or major injuries;

     Identify the different types of accidents;

     Discover the applicable rule for over-three-day injuries to offshore workers;

     Name the different institutions and their corresponding regulations for the heasafety of workers;

     Specify the functions of safety release valves and ruptured disc;

     Explain how Pressure Safety Valve (PSV) are operated and tested;

     Be familiar with gaswell blowouts;

     Discuss the principle of Hydrogen Sulfide in relation to worker‟s safety;

     Exhibit their familiarity with Blow-Out Preventers (BOP);

     Demonstrate their ability to recognise the new generation BOPs;

     Suggest a realistic way of dealing with BOP’s malfunctioning;

     Analyse the context within which the BP – Gulf of Mexico Disaster took place.
  • Academic title
    Diploma-Postgraduate in Oil and Gas Operation
  • Course description
    This course focuses on the Oil Industry,
    from a Non-Technical perspective. It charts the journey of the Petroleum - Oil
    and Gas – Hydrocarbon, from ‘Access Right’ to the Land or Water is gained, for
    initial testing, through to the ‘Mineral Rights Acquisition’, Stratigraphic
    Tests, Drilling and Production of the Oil and Gas. It incorporates the
    different levels of ‘Interests’ (Working Interest and Non-Working Interest) that
    prevail and what each means, in contractual terms, for the different players –
    Mineral Right Owners, Service Providers, Operators and Non-Operators.

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