WHAT IS PETROLEUM ENGINEERING ?
Petroleum Engineering is a branch of science which deals with the study of extraction of crude oil and natural gas present on the deposits found below the surface of Earth. Students pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Petroleum Engineering study about the designing aspect of oil and gas reservoirs used for storage and transportation. The course also makes them aware of the procedure required in drilling the surface of the earth for refining petroleum products.Expand
- For UG: Minimum aggregate marks as 60% in Class XII with subjects as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
- For PG: B.Tech in Petroleum Engineering.
SCOPE OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERING
- The scope of different industries investing in the petroleum sector and collaboration with foreign investors has increased the recruitment drives for petroleum engineers.
- The expansion of oil refineries on partnerships of government agencies with private organisations.
- Acoustics and Noise control
- Advanced Marine Structures
- Calculus 1- Functions of one variable
- Computational Engineering/ Thermodynamics
- Drilling Vessels and support crafts
- FEM Applied to Ocean Engineering
- Flow Induced Vehicle
- Ocean Energy
- Ocean Mining and Dredging
- Physical Modelling and Instrumentation