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III YEAR II SEMESTER

S. No.

Subject

T

P

Credits

1

Well Completions & Testing

4

-

4

2

Petroleum Reservoir Engineering

4

-

4

3

Petroleum Production Engineering

4

-

4

4

Natural Gas Engineering

4

-

4

5

Surface Production Operations

4

-

4

6

Petroleum Industry: Management, Strategy & Finance

4

-

4

7

Drilling Fluids Lab

-

3

2

8

Drilling Simulation Lab

-

3

2

9

IPR & Patent-II

2

-

-

10

Summer Training (4-6 weeks)

-

-

-




Total







28






JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA

KAKINADA-533003, Andhra Pradesh (India)


PETROLEUM ENGINEERING


COURSE STRUCTURE

IV YEAR I SEMESTER

S. No.

Subject

T

P

Credits

1

Transport Phenomena

4

-

4

2

Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques

4

-

4

3

Oil & Gas Processing Plant Design

4

-

4

4

HSE & FF in Petroleum Industry

4

-

4

5

Open Elective

  • Fundamentals of Petroleum industry

  • Green Fuel Technologies

  • Energy Management

4

-

4

6

Elective – I

  • Offshore Engineering

  • Pipeline Engineering

  • Coal Bed Methane Engineering

4

-

4

7

Petroleum Equipment Design & Simulation Lab

-

3

2

8

Reservoir Engineering Lab

-

3

2

9

Presentation of SIP Report

-

-

-




Total







28


IV YEAR II SEMESTER

S. No.

Subject

T

P

Credits

1

Petroleum Economics, Policies & Law

4

-

4

2

Elective – II

  • Reservoir Modeling & Simulation

  • Horizontal Well Technology

  • Reservoir Stimulation

4

-

4

3

Elective-III

  • Separation Processes

  • Natural Gas Processing

  • Natural Gas Hydrates

4

-

4

4

Elective – IV

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering

  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Petroleum Biotechnology

4

-

4

5

Project







12




Total







28


Total Credits Obtained: 38+58+56+56 = 208. Out of 208 Credits, a student who obtains a minimum of 200 credits (with the credits of all laboratories and project) is eligible to get the degree.




JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY KAKINADA


III Year B. Tech. Petroleum Engineering I Sem.

PETROLEUM EXPLORATION

UNIT-I

Introduction: Overview of petroleum exploration- Global petroleum exploration scenario with Indian context.


UNIT-II

Geological and geochemical methods of hydrocarbon exploration.


UNIT-III

Sedimentlogical and biostratigraphic approaches in hydrocarbon exploration.


UNIT-IV

Basic concepts of magnetic methods: The geomagnetic field- Magnetic anomalies- Magnetic survey-instruments- Field method of magnetic surveys- Reduction of magnetic data-Diurnal correction and geomagnetic correction- Interpretation of magnetic anomaly- Response of magnetic method for different type of bodies and geological structure- Application of magnetic surveys both overland and from air.


UNIT- V

Basic concepts of gravity methods: Newton’s gravitational law- Units of gravity- Gravity measuring instruments- Gravity survey- Gravity anomalies- Gravity data reduction- Drift- latitude- Elevation and free air correction- Free air & bouguer anomalies- Gravity response of simple shapes- Interpretation of gravity anomalies- Application of gravity methods.


UNIT-VI

Basic Concepts of seismic methods: Seismic refraction surveys- Geometry of refracted path, planar interface- Two layer case with horizontal interface- Methodology of refraction profiling- Recording instruments & energy sources- Corrections applied to refraction data Interpretation of refraction data- Application of seismic refraction method.


UNIT-VII

Geometry of reflected ray path: Single horizontal reflector- The reflection seismograph and seismogram (Seismic traces)- Importance of seismic reflection survey over seismic refraction survey technique- Common depth point (CDP) profiling & stacking- 2D, 3D, & 4D seismic surveys- Field procedures & principles- Time corrections applied to seismic data- Data processing- Interpretation of reflection data- Introduction to 3D data acquisition & interpretation.


UNIT-VIII

Well seismic shooting for velocity determination and Vertical Seismic Profiling (VSP).


Text Books:

  1. Introduction to Geophysical Prospecting, Milton B. Dobrin, and Carl H. Savit, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill, 1988.

  2. Outlines of Geophysical Prospecting: A Manual for Geologists, M.B. Ramachandra Rao, EBD Educational Pvt Ltd., 1993.

  3. Field Geophysics, John Milsom and Asger Eriksen, 4th Edition, John Wiley, 2011.


Reference Book:

  1. Elements of Geology: Oil and Gas Exploration Techniques, J. Guillemot, Technip 1991.





JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY KAKINADA


III Year B. Tech. Petroleum Engineering I Sem.

WELL LOGGING & FORMATION EVALUATION


UNIT-I

Concepts of well logging: What is well logging? - Logging terminology- Borehole environment- Borehole temperature and pressure- Log header and depth scale- Major components of well logging unit and logging setup- Classification of well logging methods- Log presentation- Log quality control.


UNIT-II

Open hole logging: SP Logging- Origin of SP- Uses of SP log- Calculation of salinity of formation water-Shalyness- Factors influence SP log.

Caliper log: Principle and application of caliper tool.

Gamma ray log: Principle of radioactivity- Uses of gamma ray log- Determination of shalyness of formation- API counts- Calibration of gamma ray tool- Statistical fluctuation- Time constant.

Natural spectral gamma ray log: Principle and application.


UNIT-III

Resistivity log: Single point resistance log (SPR)- Conventional resistivity logs- Response of potential and gradient logs over thin and thick conductive and resistive formations- Limitations of conventional resistivity tools- Focused resistivity log- Advantages of focused resistivity tools over conventional resistivity tools.

Micro resistivity log: Conventional and focused micro resistivity logs and their application.

Induction log: Principle of induction tool and the advantages- Criteria for selection of induction and lateral logging tool- Determination of true resistivity (Rt) of the formation- Resistivity index- Archie’s equation.


UNIT-IV

Density log: Principle of density tool- Environmental corrections- Porosity determination- Tool calibration- Litho density log- Synthetic seismograms.

Neutron log: Principle and application of neutron tool- Porosity determination.

Sonic log: Principle and application of sonic log- Bore hole compensation- Determination of primary and secondary porosity.


UNIT-V

Cased hole logging: Gamma ray spectral log- Neutron decay time log- Determination of fluid saturation behind casing- Cement bond log- Casing collar log- Depth control- Perforation technique- Free point locater and plug setting- Casing inspection logs.

Production logging: Solving production problems with the help of fluid density log- Temperature log and flow meter logs.


UNIT-VI

Advances in well logging: Dip meter log- Formation tester- Image logs- Cased hole resistivity logs- Nuclear magnetic resonance log.


UNIT-VII

Interpretation: Quick look interpretation- Cross plots- Neutron- Density- Sonic- Neutron cross plots-Hingle plot- Mid plot - Correlation- Hydrocarbon reserve estimate.


UNIT-VIII

Direct Methods: Mud logging- Coring – Conventional and sidewall coring - Core analysis.

Well logging applications: Ground water- Mineral exploration (magnetic susceptibility log)- Hydrocarbon exploration- Engineering applications (Determination of mechanical properties of rock, Elastic constants, Fractures etc.)


Text Books:

  1. Formation Evaluation, Edward J. Lynch, Harper & Row, 1962.

  2. Well logging and Formation Evaluation, Toby Darling, Elsevier, New York, 2005.

  3. Well Logging & Reservoir Evaluation, Oberto Serra, Editions Technip, 2007.

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