The “Petroleum Production Engineering II” is aimed at imparting the students with the knowledge of the Surface Completion, Surface production, Dehydration etc. The main focus of the course will be on discussing the following:
- Surface Completion
- Surface Production Equipment
The “Introduction to Petroleum Geophysics” is aimed at imparting knowledge on fundamentals of hydrocarbon resource exploration and development using geophysical methods. A brief introduction of geological and geophysical principles required for the course will be taught. Following this, seismic, gravity, magnetic and borehole geophysics applied to hydrocarbon exploration will be taught. The main focus of the course will be on discussing gravity, magnetic and seismic methods of exploration
- About the Course
- Introduction to petroleum geophysics
- Gravity method
- Magnetic method
- well logging
- Seismic Method
This course was designed by Dr. Nnaemeka Ohia in collaboration with Dr. Nwogu Ngozi, Engr. Nnanna Okoli, graduate and teaching assistants (TA) of FUTO. All staff associated with this course, including the TAs will act as facilitators for the discussion boards.
1 - 2 hours per week.
From february, 12th 2019, 01:00 GMT to May, 26th 2019, 23:30 GMT. This course uses Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT)
All activities are due to be completed by May, 26th 2019, 22:30 GMT. You'll be graded on weekly activities (100% weight in final score) You need to score 70% or higher to pass the course and receive a certificate. You can check your progress by selecting the "Progress" tab
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This Course, "Basic Well Logging” is aimed at providing the learners the basic knowledge of Well Logging principles, and a series of techniques that will be of real practical value to petrophysicists in their day-to-day jobs. You will be taught the processes of determining the properties of the formation Insitu with logs. We would begin this course with a simple Pre-Introductory quiz, and then we will go into the course proper. We will look into: Introduction to well logging: Overview and definition, history, advantages and limitations, after which we would look into the classification of logs, acquisition and processing of logs, and interpretation of logs. In summary, this course will consist of the following Sections/Modules:
- Test & Assignment
This course was designed by Dr. Nnaemeka Ohia, he will act as a facilitator for the discussion boards.