History of Oil & Gas Module
About This Program
This course introduces students to the oil and gas industry’s fundamental principles and critical components. They will acquire an in-depth comprehension of the industry’s origin, significant terminology, crucial historical information, and current regional and global prospects.
What You Will Learn
- The chemical composition of crude oil and natural gas.
- How structural geology is used in petroleum exploration.
- Understand the importance of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) to geologists, geophysicists, and petroleum engineers.
- Identify the factors determining the amount of original pore space in a clastic sedimentary rock.
This course aims to give students a comprehensive understanding of the oil and gas industry, including its fundamental principles, key components, historical context, terminology, and regional/global prospects. Students will develop critical thinking and analytical skills, explore environmental and sustainability issues, enhance communication and teamwork, and gain insights into ethical considerations and corporate responsibility. The course also aims to foster a global perspective and cultural sensitivity.
- 30% Homework – Review each chapter covered.
- 30% Quizzes – These will test your comprehension of the course material.
- 40% Final Exams – One exam following the course.
This course is part of:
3 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 can be put towards a future Diploma program.
Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Geology, Exploration, Drilling & Production 4th Ed.
Commonly used in universities, this easy-to-read and interpret book provides insight into the nature of gas and oil production, explaining how it occurs in the earth, how to find it, how to drill for it, how to read well logs for evaluating the well, how to complete a well, how to produce gas and oil, and how to revive mature fields. He also introduces you to newer concepts, such as drilling unconventional shale reservoirs, which have revolutionized the industry and changed the world market.
Norman J. Hyne: A Ph.D. with academic and professional experience in petroleum, he received degrees in geology from Pomona College, Florida State University and the University of Southern California. In 2017, he received an international reward recognizing his contributions to geological education. He is a semi-retired professor of petroleum geology in Continuing Education for Science and Engineering at the University of Tulsa. For several decades, he has taught three-day short courses on petroleum geology, exploration, drilling and production to over forty thousand students on six continents.
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History of Oil & Gas 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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