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Search Bachelor's Degrees in Petroleum Engineering in Europe 2015/2016
The main disciplines of specialization Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Computer Graphics; Theoretical and Applied Mechanics; Electrical Equipment; [+]
Undergraduate - Oil and Gas Business Place of study: Oil and Gas Institute (INiG) Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russia
The main disciplines of specialization:
Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Computer Graphics; Theoretical and Applied Mechanics; Electrical Equipment; Chemistry of oil and gas; Hydraulic Fluid Mechanics and oil and gas; Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer; Metrology, qualimetry and standardization; Fundamentals of automation of technological processes of oil and gas production.
Objects of professional activity:
machinery and technology building, repair, reconstruction and rehabilitation of oil and gas wells on land and at sea; Equipment and technology of oil and gas gathering and treatment of the well production on land and at sea; Equipment and technology of fishing control and regulation of extraction of hydrocarbons; equipment and technology pipeline transport of oil and gas, underground gas storage; machinery and technology for storage and distribution of oil, petroleum products and liquefied gases. ... [-]
Training profiles: Pipelines System Engineering and Repair; Operation and Service of Oil and Gas Transportation, Storage and Processing [+]
Bachelor’s Degree Programme Petroleum Engineering
Training profilesPipelines System Engineering and Repair Operation and Service of Oil and Gas Transportation, Storage and Processing Oil and Gas Well Drilling Operation and Service of Oil Extraction Objects
Core subjectsDescriptive Geometry. Engineering and Computer Graphics Engineering and Applied Mechanics Materials Science and Technologies of Advanced Materials Electrical Engineering Oil-and-Gas Chemistry Hydraulics and Oil-and-Gas Hydromechanics Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
• Metrology, Qualimetry and Standardization... [-]
Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering deals with the exploration, production and transportation of petroleum, natural gas and geothermal energy. Technically speaking, the engineering of [+]
Bachelor of Engineering in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering deals with the exploration, production and transportation of petroleum, natural gas and geothermal energy. Technically speaking, the engineering of petroleum and natural gas is involved in every aspect of the exploitation of the energy stored naturally or subsequently underground. A petroleum and natural gas engineer working in the field should be well-informed about the surroundings, cultural environment and the political and legal concepts of the job's requirements as well as the field of engineering. The rapidly developing petroleum industry calls for professional engineers who are well-educated in issues such as drilling, well completion, well testing, production techniques, enhanced oil recovery methods, reservoir modeling, phase behavior and thermodynamics, multiphase flow, well logs and analysis, underground storage of natural gas and reservoir characterization. The professional work area of petroleum and natural gas engineers has a wide range from computer simulation of the fluid flow through porous medium to offshore drilling.... [-]