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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Petroleum

B Engineering (Hons) Petroleum – Programme Details

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1.0 Introduction
Petroleum Engineering involves in the exploration and production activities of petroleum at the upstream end of the energy sector. The curriculum in Petroleum Engineering is intended to prepare students for the petroleum industry and other fields which involve fluid flow through subsurface formations and particularly for those professions which have to do with drilling, production, reservoir engineering and transportation of oil, gas, and other subsurface resources. The programme stresses the development of strong fundamentals in mathematics, sciences and engineering followed by a thorough coverage of fundamental petroleum engineering courses such as Introduction to Petroleum Engineering, Petroleum Geoscience, Drilling Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, Well Test Analysis and others. Courses in geology provide an understanding of the geological structures and conditions favourable for petroleum deposits. The fundamental courses in petroleum engineering which illustrate the application of the engineering principles to the type of problems and solution methods used in the petroleum industry. In the later years of study, students will have the opportunity to major in one of these selected areas:  Reservoir Studies  Drilling Engineering  Production Technology  Materials  Facilities & Plant Engineering  Industrial Environmental Engineering  Process Plant Safety Prior to completion of study, students are required to complete various projects ranging from engineering design, field development plan (FDP), and individual projects selected from actual oil and gas field data and relevant industrial problems.

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Programme Educational Objective
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To produce technically qualified Petroleum Engineers with the potential to become leaders of Oil and Gas Industries. To produce Petroleum Engineers who are committed to sustainable development of Oil and Gas Industries for the betterment of society and nation.

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Programme Outcomes
To produce well-rounded graduates with the following outcomes: i. Ability to apply knowledge of science and engineering fundamentals ii. Technical competency in petroleum engineering disciplines iii. Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution in petroleum engineering iv. Ability to utilise systems analysis approach to design and to evaluate performance in petroleum engineering v. Understanding of the principles of design for sustainable development vi. Understanding of and commitment to professional and ethical responsibilities vii. Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the community at large viii. Ability to function effectively in a group with the capacity to become a leader ix. Ability to undertake the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer. x. Recognition of the need to undertake lifelong learning xi. Ability to demonstrate business acumen and entrepreneurship in petroleum engineering and other related businesses

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Graduation Requirements
In order to graduate with the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Petroleum degree, students are required to obtain a minimum of 142 credit hours and a minimum CGPA of 2.00. Summary of Courses Required for Graduation Course Group (G) N - National Requirement U - University Requirement CE - Common Engineering M - Major ME - Major Electives TOTAL Number of Credit Hours 9 14 36 74 9 142

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Code MPW 2113/ MPW 2123 LCB 1042 PCB 1012 CCB 1052 FCM 1023 MCB 1012 PCB 1013

Programme Curriculum Structure: Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Petroleum
Courses SEMESTER 1 Cr 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 17 G N U U CE CE CE M Credit Hours SEMESTER 4 Courses Co-Curriculum III Health, Safety and Environment Probability and Statistics Drilling Engineering Well Logging and Formation Evaluation Reservoir Engineering II Credit Hours SEMESTER 6 Cr 1 3 3 3 3 3 16 INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME Courses Industrial Internship Credit Hours SEMESTER 7 Courses Malaysian Studies Social Science Elective/ Humanities Elective Gas Field Engineering Final Year Project I Field Development Project I Major Elective I Credit Hours G U CE CE M M M Code GCB 3173 MCB 3053 PCB 3023 PCB 3053 PCB 3073 Courses Engineering Economics and Entrepreneurship Engineering Team Project Petroleum Economics Reservoir Modelling and Simulation Production Engineering II Credit Hours Cr 3 3 3 3 3 15 G CE CE M M M 16 Code MPW 2143/ MPW 2153 Kxx xxx1 FCM 1033 PCB 1023 PCB 1033 PCB 1043 Courses SEMESTER 2 Cr 3 1 3 3 3 3 G N U CE M M M

Bahasa Kebangsaan A/B Academic Writing Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development Engineering Drawings Ordinary Differential Equations Introduction to Material Science Statics and Dynamics Credit Hours SEMESTER 3 Courses Co-Curriculum II Professional Communications Skills Fluid Mechanics I Structured Programming and Database System Reservoir Geoscience Reservoir Engineering I Credit Hours SEMESTER 5

Islamic Studies/ Moral Studies Co-Curriculum I Vector Calculus Introduction to Petroleum Geoscience Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties Petroleum Engineering Thermodynamics

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Courses Co-Curriculum IV Computational Methods Introduction to Management Well Test Analysis Well Design and Completion Production Engineering I Credit Hours

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SEMESTER 8 Courses Engineers in Society Field Development Project II Final Year Project II Major Elective II Major Elective III Credit Hours

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TOTAL CREDIT HOURS : 142

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Major Electives (ME) Courses.
Choose any of the following sets of Major Elective’s areas (set A, B, C, D, E, F or G) for Major Elective I, II and III. A. 1 2 3 B. 1 2 3 C. 1 2 3 D. 1 2 3 E. 1 2 3 F. 1 2 3 G. 1 2 3 Reservoir Studies Course Name Enhanced Oil Recovery Geostatistics and Reservoir Characterization CO2 Sequestration Drilling Engineering Course Name Advanced Drilling Engineering Drilling Hydraulics Corrosion Engineering Production Technology Course Name Petroleum Production and Optimisation Well Simulation Technique Offshore Structures Materials Course Name Nano Materials Corrosion Engineering Failure Analysis and NDE Facilities and Plant Engineering Course Name Facilities Engineering, Transport and Storage Plant Equipment Design Plant Equipment Maintenance and Reliability Industrial Environmental Engineering Course Name Air Pollution Engineering Industrial Effluent Engineering Solid and Hazardous Wastes Management Process Plant Safety Course Name Human Factors for Process Safety Inherently Safer Design Technical Management for Process Safety

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Minor in Management (Em) Courses
A Minor in Management is made available to all Engineering students who are interested to enhance their knowledge in management and business. However, the option to do Minor in Management is at the students’ discretion and is not compulsory. The credit hours will be over and above the graduation requirements of 142 credit hours. Minor in Management (For Engineering Programme only) Course Name 1 Business Accounting 2 Management and Organizational Behaviour 3 Principles of Marketing 4 Principles of Finance 5 Business and Entrepreneurship

Code GCB 1013 GCB 1033 GCB 1043 GCB 1053 GCB 3093

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Note: Code C Code E Code F Code K Code M Code Q Code S Code T Code V Code L, G, H, MPW : : : : : : : : : : Please refer to Chemical Engineering Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Electrical & Electronic Engineering Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Fundamental & Applied Sciences Department for Course Synopsis Please refer to Credited Co-Curriculum Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Mechanical Engineering Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Petroleum Geoscience Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Business & Information System Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Information & Communication Technology Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Civil Engineering Programme for Course Synopsis. Please refer to Management & Humanities Department for Course Synopsis.

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Programme Courses Synopsis Major (M) Courses Synopsis
PCB 1012 Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development 2 credits None

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The course is aimed at introducing to new students the various aspects of the oil and gas industry, both upstream and downstream, and making them aware of the role of various disciplines throughout the life cycle of petroleum. The course will be taught in several modules by specialists in the various disciplines involved in each step of the petroleum life cycle, starting with geoscientists who will introduce acreage basin analysis, prospect evaluation, exploration techniques, and discovery appraisal; petroleum engineers who will elaborate on the field development planning, drilling, reservoir engineering and production technology; chemical, mechanical and electrical engineers who will introduce manufacturing of petroleum products. Refining, gas processing, and petrochemicals industries are also discussed. This course also focuses on basic knowledge of sustainable development and develops an awareness of different ways in which the use of technology can affect the environment. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 1013 Statics and Dynamics 3 credits None

This course provides the students with fundamental principles of the basic engineering principles governing the statics, kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies as applied to mechanical components and tools. It includes stationary structures (statics) and structures in motion (dynamics). Statics: definition of force and moment, static equilibrium of rigid bodies, statical equivalence of systems of forces, centre of mass, centroid, centre of pressure, frictional forces. Kinematics: linear and angular motion, motion in a plane, relative displacement, velocity and acceleration. Dynamics: equations of motion for rigid body, work and energy, impulse and momentum, strain energy. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 1023 Introduction to Petroleum Geoscience 3 credits Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development

The course covers concepts on the occurrence of petroleum accumulation, exploration methods, drilling and well logging and resource and reserves. Students will be introduced to the roles of geoscience in reservoir characterization and field development planning. Students will also be exposed to several Malaysian case studies on various aspects of geoscience. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 1033 Reservoir Rock and Fluid Properties 3 credits Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development

The course begins with an overview of petroleum accumulation and the various reservoir rocks before focusing in greater details on concepts of the reservoir rock properties. The course will also include an overview of volumetric equations, components of petroleum fluids, phase behaviour, equation of state, reservoir fluid identification, dry gas behaviour, reservoir fluid studies, PVT analysis and gas-liquid equilibrium.

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PCB 1043 Petroleum Engineering Thermodynamics 3 credits None

Thermodynamics is a basic engineering course. This is the only compulsory course for Petroleum students to learn and apply the energy balance. The course closely resembles classical Thermodynamics except that less time is spent on cycles and more time is spent on fluid property estimations. It can be roughly divided into four sections: the first law of thermodynamics, the second law of thermodynamics, application of thermodynamic principles to various cycles and introduction to phase equilibria. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 2013 Reservoir Geoscience 3 credits Introduction to Petroleum Geoscience

The course begins with a brief introduction into the concepts of petroleum systems. Then, the course will focus in depth on sedimentology, transport and deposition of sediments, sedimentary structure, clastic depositional environments, carbonate sediments and principle of stratigraphy. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 2023 Reservoir Engineering I 3 credits Reservoir Rocks and Fluid Properties

This course covers concepts of reservoir engineering, volumetric calculation, fluid pressure regimes, flow through porous media (steady state), relative permeability concepts, drive mechanisms, PVT analysis COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 2033 Drilling Engineering 3 credits i. Introduction to Oil & Gas Industry and Sustainable Development ii. Introduction to Petroleum Geoscience

The course begins with an overview of drilling operations. Then, the students will be introduced to drilling equipment and accessories; rig components, casing, drill string, drilling bits and drilling fluids. The course also covers concepts of formation pressures, drilling fluid hydraulics and well control. Students will also be exposed to various drilling techniques including directional drilling. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 2044 Well Logging and Formation Evaluation 4 credits Reservoir Rocks and Fluid Properties

This course begins with an introduction to wireline logging tools and techniques. Then, the course discusses on the practical understanding of the interpretation: open and some cased hole log analysis methods for the determination of lithology, porosity, fluid content and movement and net pay Both qualitative (quick look) and quantitative analyses methods are covered. An overview of dipmeter, MWD and some cased hole logs is also given.

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PCB 2053 Reservoir Engineering II 3 credits Reservoir Rocks and Fluid Properties

This course covers flow through porous media (unsteady state), material balance concepts, drive index, equation of state, water influx, displacement mechanism, and decline curve analysis. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 3013 Well Test Analysis 3 credits Reservoir Engineering I

This course reviews fluid flow in porous media and examines the analytical solutions to the diffusivity equation. It then takes the analytical solutions relevant to well testing and develops the classical solutions, examines their limitations and shows examples of their use. The course examines the use of pressure and flow measurements in reservoir management. The course also includes transient testing, drawdown testing and semilog analysis, buildup testing and the Horner plot, linear discontinuities (sealing faults). COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 3043 Well Design and Completion 3 credits Drilling Engineering

The course covers a casing and cementing design and well completion concept, which includes the various types of well completion, the equipment required for the job, and the standard operation practices, procedures and programming. This course also covers well completion and production design. The course will also cover concepts of formation damage. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 3063 Production Engineering I 3 credits Drilling Engineering

The course covers an overview of well performance concepts. The course also includes nodal analysis, well stimulation concepts and artificial lift methods. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 3023 Petroleum Economics 3 credits None

This course begins with a review on the fundamentals of general economic principles. The course also includes topics relating to upstream petroleum economics and introduces students to exploration and production (E&P) projects. Students will also be exposed to overview of E&P project economic evaluation, risks & uncertainty and various economic representations.

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PCB 3053 Reservoir Modelling and Simulation 3 credits i. Reservoir Engineering I ii. Structured Programming and Database System

Students are introduced to the finite difference models commonly used in reservoir simulation. Black oil model is covered to a degree that will allow students to develop a simple one phase model. A short introduction to compositional modelling is included. Students conduct a simulation study to investigate the effects of parameters such as time step, grid size etc. simulator performance, i.e. accuracy, speed, consistency and stability. Upscaling and pseudofunctions are introduced for the study. Finally, students analyse a simulation field study to learn the steps for a full scale simulation. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 3073 Production Engineering II 3 credits Fluid Mechanics

The course covers topics including field development concept, oil and gas production processes, separation process, transportation and storage, water handling and oil and gas field operations. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4013 Gas Field Engineering 3 credits Production Engineering II

The course begins with a review of gas reservoir engineering and continues with concepts of gas reservoir development, surveillance and management. The course will also cover gas reserves estimations, gas field development planning and the necessary production facilities. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4022 Final Year Project I 2 credits 4th Year Standing

This is an individual research project in connection with a special engineering problem and under the guidance of a faculty member. The project undertaken may fall under one of the following areas: mathematical analysis, experimental tests, computer simulation, hardware and/or software development, and device fabrication. For both FYP I and II, each student prepares a comprehensive engineering report, present and demonstrate findings and results of the project work. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4044 Final Year Project II 4 credits 4th Year Standing

This is an individual research project in connection with a special engineering problem and under the guidance of a faculty member. The project undertaken may fall under one of the following areas: mathematical analysis, experimental tests, computer simulation, hardware and/or software development, and device fabrication. For both FYP I and II, each student prepares a comprehensive engineering report, present and demonstrate findings and results of the project work.

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PCB 4032 Field Development Project I 2 credits Industrial Internship

The module integrates the learning outcomes of the taught courses. The main aim is to produce a field development plan based on real data. The main learning outcomes are expected to enhance cognitive and core skills: team working, developing problem solving strategies etc. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4033 Field Development Project II 3 credits Industrial Internship

The module integrates the learning outcomes of the taught courses. The main aim is to produce a field development plan based on real data. The main learning outcomes are expected to enhance cognitive and core skills: team working, developing problem solving strategies etc.

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5.2.1

Major Elective (ME) Courses Synopsis
Reservoir Studies PCB 4113 Enhanced Oil Recovery 3 credits 3rd Year Standing

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This course introduces the concepts used in EOR processes, namely frontal displacement theory, sweep efficiency, miscibility and immiscibility. Waterflooding is covered in detail and lesser detailed approach is used for gas injection, thermal processes and chemical EOR. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4123 Geostatistic and Reservoir Characterization 3 credits i. Probability and Statistic ii. Reservoir Modelling and Simulation

Students are introduced to the concept of regionalized variables and stationarity hypothesis, modeling of spatial variation of reservoir properties using variograms, Types of variograms, Estimation using Kriging, indicator kriging, co-kriging ,and universal kriging , Conditional Simulation and sequential Gauss simulation, Data integration, Evaluation of risk and uncertainty. Application exercises will include construction of 2 and 3dimensional maps of reservoir properties such as porosity, permeability, thickness, N/G ratio, using available Geostatistical Software such as GSLIB. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4133 CO2 Sequestration 3 credits Reservoir Engineering II

This course discusses the importance of CO2 sequestration for the benefit of mankind and sustainable development. It also discusses how Petroleum Engineers can contribute CO2 sequestration. Engineering design of CO2 sequestration in geological formations is one of the important elements of the course.

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Drilling Engineering PCB 4213 Advanced Drilling Engineering 3 credits 3rd Year Standing

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This course covers drilling of deviated, horizontal, multilateral, multibranch, and deepwater wells. The course also covers Measurement While Drilling (MWD), Logging While Drilling (LWD), Geosteering and Under Balanced Drilling (UBD) operations. Casing and tubing design and planning will also be discussed for these specific applications. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4223 Drilling Hydraulics 3 credits 3rd Year Standing

The course begins with a flow patterns and Reynolds Number. Then, the students will be introduced to Rheological models, Frictional Pressure drop for laminar and turbulent flow in Pipes and Annuli and also frictional pressure drop across a bit. Students will also be exposed to optimization of hydraulics and Particle slip velocity design.

(For MCB 4423 Corrosion Engineering, please refer to Mechanical Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

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Production Technology PCB 4313 Petroleum Production and Optimisation 3 credits Well Completion & Production

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This course covers petroleum production analyses, reservoir performance, flow in pipes and restrictions, total system analyses and artificial lift design. COURSE CODE: COURSE: NO. OF CREDIT: PRE-REQUISITE: PCB 4323 Well Stimulation Techniques 3 credits 3rd Year Standing

This course covers topics of well stimulation techniques, formation damage, perforating methods, hydraulic fracturing, matrix acidising, sand control methods & design and optimisation processes.

(For VCB 4113 Offshore Structures, please refer to Civil Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

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Materials

(For Materials group, please refer to Mechanical Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

5.2.5

Facilities and Plant Engineering

(For Facilities and Plant Engineering group, please refer to Mechanical Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

5.2.6

Industrial Environmental Engineering

(For Industrial Environmental Engineering group, please refer to Chemical Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

5.2.7

Process Plant Safety

(For Process Plant Safety group, please refer to Chemical Engineering Programme Major Elective Courses Synopsis).

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