Completion & Refining Module
About This Program
Students are introduced to what is involved in extracting petroleum fluids from the Earth and the processes involved before they are shipped for refining. The topics covered include the equipment used, the separation process, and well-completion. Additionally, there is an overview of the complex process of petroleum refining, the capture of hydrocarbons and how they are made into products we use daily.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the steps involved in oil production.
- Know the process of field handling natural gas.
- Explain the process of hydrocracking.
- Provide an overview of olefin plants’ functions, processes, and products.
This program gives students a basic understanding of what is involved in petroleum extraction and the complex stages it must go through before it is refined for consumer use. You will learn the processes involved in bringing the oil to the surface and what happens as it is prepared for shipment to the refining facilities. Successful completion of this Module program will give you the beneficial knowledge to help secure jobs in the Oil and Gas industry.
- 40% Quizzes – These will test your comprehension of the course material.
- 60% Knowledge Assessments – One exam following the course.
This course is part of:
4 weeks at 20 hours per week.
All courses are taught in English.
Apply your new knowledge and skills around the World.
World-class textbooks are available with no extra cost.
Module credits can be put towards a future Diploma program.
Petroleum Refining in Non-Technical Language
For 45 years, William Leffler's Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language has been the go-to best seller for anyone needing to know the fundamentals of refining. Fluid prose, easy-to-understand graphics, and helpful analogies (like the "beer bottle principle") clarify the refining processing schemes. Each chapter was carefully written in nontechnical language to give the reader a basic understanding of the refining industry. The book can be used for self-study, as a classroom textbook, or as a quick reference.
William Leffler: He has taught courses in universities and in companies on the upstream, downstream, and petrochemicals for 20 years while pursuing his writing career. Dr. Leffler is a prolific petroleum industry writer of magazines and books (almost all with words in Nontechnical Language in the title.) His books include this one on refining, petrochemicals, deep-water exploration & production, natural gas, pipelines and oil & gas production.
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Completion & Refining Module
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Exclusive Benefits of a Sundance College Module
Recognized Canadian Education
By completing this course, you will earn recognized Canadian educational credentials in this subject. Canadian post-secondary institutions are considered some of the best and most affordable academic institutions in the world.
All Sundance College students have access to priority technical support with regards to their online learning.
Credits Transfer to all Sundance Colleges within Canada
All module credits are transferable. They may be used to complete all applicable Sundance College Diploma Programs.
Shareable Certificate upon completion
You can share your module on your LinkedIn profile, on printed resumes, CVs, or other documents.
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