OIL AND GAS ENGINEERING (HK88)
Oil and gas engineering covers the production of oil and gas from subsurface (underground) to surface in an economical and environmental safe way. An oil and gas engineer is trained to apply physics, chemistry, mathematics and engineering principles to identify and analyzing problems for getting optimum solution to produce oil and gas from the subsurface to surface. They also will develop skills to tackle multi-disciplinary problems and work either in a team and/or individually. Students will be learning fundamental upstream and downstream activities such as design, development and operation of systems for locating, extracting, processing and refining crude petroleum and natural gas, including mining and drilling systems, processing and refining systems and facilities, storage facilities, transportation systems, enhanced oil recovery, well logging and management, and related environmental, economic and safety systems. The technical knowledge and hands-on experience students gain from this program are specific to industry requirements. This program will have direct industry involvement, including industry advisory panels, guest lectures, field trips, site visits, networking and careers events, and industry supported student projects.
Oil/gas well Consultants, Production Engineer, Completion Engineer, Drilling Engineer, Reservoir Engineer, Equipment and Software Engineer, Academician, Simulator, Process Engineer, Project Manager.