Pipelining Fundamentals MicroDiploma
About This Program
This course will delve into the history, different types, and operations of pipelining, focusing on the gathering and movement of fluids. Topics covered will include the distinct design and construction of Pipelines, along with techniques for developing stabilizing Hydraulic Heads.
What you will learn
- Gain a general understanding of the history of pipelining.
- Understand how oil and gas are transported.
- Identify considerations that must be considered when moving crude oil and refined products in batches.
- Identify the benefits of using pipelines for long-distance liquid transportation.
This intensive course covers the equipment used in well-fluid extraction, separation techniques, and well-completion procedures. Gain a solid foundation in the technology and machinery needed to extract valuable resources efficiently. Learn the intricate mechanisms of separating fluid components and the methods for preparing wells for optimal performance.
What you will learn
- Define and explain the process of oil and gas production.
- Discuss and describe field handling of natural gas.
- Describe the process of hydrocracking.
- Describe the functions, processes, and products of olefin (polypropylene) plants.
Upon completion of the course, students will have a solid foundation in pipeline fundamentals, including the design and construction of pipelines, the gathering and movement of fluids, and the crucial processes involved in transporting well liquids to refining facilities. This knowledge will equip them to pursue careers in the oil and gas industry or further their studies in related fields.
All MicroDiploma courses have different grading systems. For most, it is a combination of homework, assignments, quizzes and exams. Some course grading is 100% based on assignments or exams. An example of the breakdown is listed below.
- Homework and Lab Assignments – 40%
- Review Quizzes – 30%
These will test your comprehension of course materials following each section of the course.
- Knowledge Assessments – 30%
An overall assessment of the course material, may consist of one or more exams.
This MicroDiploma is part of:
7 weeks at 20 hours per week.
All courses are taught in English.
Apply your new knowledge and skills to a career in Canada.
World-class textbooks are available with no extra cost.
Module credits you have completed can be put towards a MicroDiploma. Earn MicroDiploma credits to put towards a Diploma.
Oil & Gas Pipelines in Nontechnical Language
Examines the processes, techniques, equipment, and facilities used to transport fluids such as refined products, crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids through cross-country pipelines. Topics include the importance of the pipeline infrastructure; planning, designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining pipelines; regulatory requirements; and the challenges for the future.
Tom Miesner: Tom Miesner spent over 25 years at Conoco Pipeline, retiring as President in 2003. Over those years, Tom held many industry positions, including serving as Chairman of the Association of Oil Pipelines and the Chairman of the Board of Explorer Pipeline Company. After retiring from ConocoPhillips, Tom founded a boutique consulting business, serving clients in the oil and gas midstream industry. In 2008 Tom founded Pipeline Knowledge & Development to share his oil and gas pipeline knowledge with others. Since then, Tom has taught over 150 instructor-led classes to over 2,500 students. His most popular class is Oil and Gas Pipeline Fundamentals. Tom is a National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) member. Tom is also a Central Texas Angel Network member, where he invests in early-stage companies and mentors entrepreneurs. His work passions center around helping midstream stakeholders understand the oil and gas midstream industries, improving the safety, reliability, efficiency and environmental performance of the oil and gas pipeline industry, and helping existing and start-up companies plan and execute effective strategies.
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Pipelining Fundamentals MicroDiploma
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Everything depends on your experience, location, industry, and the job market itself. According to data from Indeed, as of March 2023, the average salary for an Oil & Gas Administrative Assistant is around $49,000 per year in the United States. For a Land Systems Assistant, the average salary is around $57,000 per year. For a Mapping Assistant, the average salary is around $51,000 per year.
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Modules provide students with knowledge of a single subject and are an excellent way for students to try out online education and learn something new.
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