OFFSHORE OPERATIONS (PET 513) 2019/2020 SESSION
- 68 (Registered)
This Course, “OFFSHORE OPERATIONS (PET513)” is aimed at providing the learners the basic knowledge of all offshore operations. You will be taught the different offshore drilling activities and conditions. 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 Offshore operations: Overview and definition, offshore prospecting and rigs, after which we would look at drilling from a floating vessel. Later on, we’ll look at Stationary and floating rigs, then we’ll look at Offshore production and opperations. In summary, this course will consist of the following Sections/Modules:
- Pre-Introductory Quiz/Pretest
- Offshore Drilling
- Drilling from a floating vessel
- Stationary and floating rigs
- Offshore production
- Offshore Operations
- Final Assessment
This course was designed by the course Dr Onwukwe, in collaboration with Engr. Princewill of FUTO. They will both act as facilitators for the discussion boards.
1 – 2 hours per week.
From February, 22nd 2020, 01:00 GMT to April, 6th 2021, 23:30 GMT. This course uses Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT)
All activities are due to be completed by April, 6th 2021, 22:30 GMT. You’ll be graded on weekly activities (100% weight in final score) You need to score 75% or higher to pass the course and receive a certificate. You can check your progress by selecting the “Progress” tab
Important: Check that your FULL NAME is correct as that’s the name that will appear in the certificate you may earn.
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PET 513 ASSIGNMENT SECTION
This is the assignment section for PET 513
UPDATED 513 MATERIALS
Here is the complete material for PET 513, do well to download it and prepare for your exams.
In this section, we will be testing you on different questions in offshore operations, in order to know how much you already know about Offshore operations, they are not part of your overall assessment.
Here, we'll take a brief history and overview of what offshore activities are.
Here, we'll be talking about the different offshore drilling systems and rigs
DRILLING FROM A FLOATING VESSEL
Here, we'll look at what is required to drill from floating vessels
STATIONARY AND FLOATING RIGS
Here, we'll look at rigs that are floating and those that are stationary
Here, we'll look at what it takes to produce oil and gas offshore, the equipments, design and the loading and transportation systems used.
Here, we'll look at the logistics in offshore operations contingency planning to avoid oil spill and to remove them.
DR OKEREKE MATERIAL
Ohia Nnaemeka is a veteran oil & gas professional with hands-on academic and industry experience. After spending over two decades teaching in the university and working/consulting for both local/international oil & gas producing and servicing companies engaged in multimillion dollar projects, Nnaemeka knows what truly drives performance, which is how well you connect with the people you’re trying to help and communicate your understanding back to them. Nnaemeka’s technical interests in environmental protection, well engineering and production optimization has landed him with various certifications and awards around the world. Today, Ohia is a member of notable professional bodies such as Council for Registered Engineers of Nigeria (COREN), Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) and Society of Petroleum Engineers. In addition to his extensive research, teaching and consulting experience, Nnaemeka is a trained technical coach. Nnaemeka holds a PhD in Petroleum Engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. (FUTO), Nigeria since 2012.