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Providing high-quality education to the petroleum, chemical and petrochemical industries.
Teesside University Petroleum and gas engineering
Teesside University Middlesbrough Tees Valley T: +44 (0)1642 218121 TS1 3BX UK tees.ac.uk CA
School of Science, Engineering & Design
Find out more School of Science, Engineering & Design T: 01642 342499 E: firstname.lastname@example.org tees.ac.uk/schools/sse
Contact the course leader Dr Tannaz Pak PhD CEng MIMMM FHEA BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) T: 01642 342466 E: email@example.com
Dr Sina R Gomari PhD CEng MEI FHEA MSc Petroleum Engineering T: 01642 342519 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ngoli Okide Graduated from BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) and studied the MSc Petroleum Engineering
I previously studied a chemical engineering degree and so Teesside University has further developed my understanding and knowledge in oil and gas industry. I have acquired a lot of other skills in addition to technical skills.
Ocheje Ibrahim Graduated from BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) and studied the MSc Petroleum Engineering
Before joining this course, I had a HND in chemical engineering but wanted to progress my knowledge further. I would recommend Teesside University to everyone – especially those with HNDs who are looking for top-up degree programmes. Teesside is the place.
MSc Petroleum Engineering This master’s course covers aspects of upstream and downstream processing of petroleum. It helps you develop a critical understanding of petroleum technology, allowing you to deepen and broaden your knowledge of professional techniques and approaches. You develop your skills in synthesising information from a variety of sources and develop effective decision-making skills in solving complex petroleum technology problems.
Teesside University open learning engineering Teesside University open learning engineering is a realistic way to deliver high-quality engineering BTEC, HNC and HND programmes in a range of engineering disciplines for people who are unable to attend conventional classroom-based courses. For example, if you work offshore or have an itinerant role in oil and gas infrastructure, you can study remotely and flexibly in your own time.
Courses through open or distance learning
> Chemical engineering
> Process engineering
> Mechanical engineering
> Instrumentation and control engineering.
Find out more: tees.ac.uk/tuole
Career opportunities The petroleum industry is subject to dramatic changes of fortune over time, with the oil price capable of very rapid rates of change in either direction. Petroleum, however, remains the dominant source of energy, with current world production of oil and gas at record rates. In this environment, companies face increasing technological and commercial challenges to keep their wells flowing and are increasingly dependent on input from petroleum engineers and geoscientists.
Highly skilled petroleum and natural gas engineers are in demand by oil and gas companies all over the world and are among the best paid engineering professionals. You can enjoy wide and varied work that could involve travel. Experienced petroleum engineers can earn £52,000 to £95,000 a year (prospects.ac.uk 2015). When there is demand, experienced freelance engineers may earn over £1,000 a day.
School of Science, Engineering & Design Petroleum and gas engineering
We deliver full and part-time petroleum and gas engineering courses – ideal if you are progressing from further or higher education, and if you are already in employment looking for further academic and professional development.
Our MSc Petroleum Engineering is accredited by the Energy Institute, under licence from the Engineering Council. This means that it meets the requirements for further learning for Chartered Engineer (CEng) under the provisions of UK-SPEC.
All our courses are supported by industry-standard laboratory facilities.
Enhanced oil recovery and core analysis laboratory This laboratory is equipped with core plugging and trimming, core preparation and conventional core properties measurement equipment, as well as special core analysis measurements such as fluid relative permeability and rock surface wetting quantification. The flow through porous media, enhanced oil recovery techniques and core analysis are also undertaken in this lab.
Petrophysics and surface characterisation laboratory This facility allows you to study the properties of rocks, particularly measuring rock porosity, permeability and surface electric charge. You can study rock wettability and adsorption/ desorption potential using digitised contact angle and thermogravimetric apparatus.
Drilling laboratory This laboratory is equipped with mud measurement equipment including mud density, mud rheology and mud filtration systems for you to measure mud cake and formation damage. It provides a good opportunity for you develop awareness of the importance of oilfield drilling fluids.
Entry routes You can enter our petroleum and gas courses at a number of stages.
Year 1 (Level 4)
HNC 120 credits or equivalent
Available through TUOLE
Year 2 (Level 5)
HND 120 credits or equivalent
Available through TUOLE
Year 3 (Level 6)
BEng Tech (Hons) 120 credits
Petroleum and Gas Engineering
One year face to face
Year 4 (Level 7)
MSc 180 credits
Petroleum Engineering Oil and Gas Management
One year face to face
BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) This top-up is a unique course if you are holding a Higher National Diploma (HND) and foundation degree in a relevant subject such as engineering, chemistry and geology.
This course is specifically designed to fill the qualification gap in the oil and gas industry by providing you with a progression route to achieve a BEng (Hons) qualification in one year. You are a suitable candidate if you are an experienced technician from industry or a HND graduate.
Martins Adejo Edeikwu Petroleum Engineer for National Petroleum Investment Management Services
I found the course rich in content and the modules delivered by lecturers with experience in the petroleum industry. This transcended the classroom walls – practical industrial knowledge and skills backed by one of the best petroleum engineering study laboratories in the UK. I chose Teesside University because it’s the only university in the UK that offers the programme as a top-up degree.
Khaled Younis A Mohamed MSc Petroleum Engineering graduate Workover and Completion Supervisor, Libya
I work in the petroleum industry and found the course really useful. I particularly enjoyed learning new things that helped me in my career, especially the software simulations, drilling engineering, enhanced oil recovery, hydrocarbon production and reservoir engineering. Staff were very helpful and their experience in the petroleum industry was evident during lectures.
Hassan Abubakar Graduated from BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) and studied the MSc Petroleum Engineering
I had a degree in geology, but I felt that I needed to change discipline to a more competitive one like petroleum engineering. The lecturers are the best thing about my course – they are focused on delivering the very best learning experience. I would recommend Teesside University – the learning experience and the School facilities are just amazing.
James Penketh Graduated from BEng Tech (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering (Top-up) and studied the MSc Petroleum Engineering
Before joining Teesside University he completed a HND Mechanical Engineering. I would recommend Teesside University to anyone who wants to study an industry-related course at the highest standard. I’ve developed industry-specific knowledge and and the University staff do their upmost to help students, ensuring they understand what is taught.
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