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B.SC. (Hons) Petroleum and Gas Engineering.

100 Level
1st semester
Code Description Units
GST 105 Use of English 2
FSC 102 Intro Chemistry l 3
FGC 105 Intro physics l 3
GEG 101 Engineering Pure
Maths l 3
GEG 103 Engr. Applied Maths l 3
GST 102 Intro Logic of Philosophy 2
MEG 101 Workshop Practice l 1
MEG 103 Technical Drawing l 2
Total 21

2nd Semester
CHM 101 Introductory Chemistry 4
CHM 102 Chemistry Practicals 2
GST 106 Use of English 2
GEG 102 Engineering Pure Maths ll 2
GEG 104 Engineering Applied Maths ll 2
MEG 102 Workshop Practice ll 1
MEG 104 Technical Drawing ll 2
PHS 101 Introd. Physics ll 2
PHS 102 Introd. Physics lll 3
PHS 103 Physics Practicals 2
GST 104 History and Phil. of Science 2
Total 24

200 Level
1st Semester
CHG 201 Transport Phenomena 1 3
CHG 203 Chem. Eng. Proc. Analysis 2
CHM 201 Basic Inorganic Chemistry 4
CHM 203 Basic Organic Chemistry 4
CHM 204 Experiment Chemistry 2
GAS 201 General African Studies l 2
GEG 201 Engineering Maths l 3
Total 20
2nd Semester
GEG 202 Intro. Engr. Statistics &
Computer System 3
GEG 202 Mechanics of Materials l 4
CHM 202 Basic Physical Chemistry 4
CHG 202 Chem. Engr. Process
Analysis ll 2

II 2 Total 21 400 Level 1st Semester GEG 401 Tech. Lab. Thermodynamics l 3 PGG 306 Basic Petroleum Reservoir Engr. Engr. II 2 EEG 201 Fundamentals of Elect. Production Engr. l 2 Total 22 2nd Semester GEG 303 Operational Methods l 2 MEG 312 Intro To Corrosion of Materials 3 PGG 302 Fluid Flow Through Porous Medium 2 PGG 304 Formation Evaluate and Geophysical Methods 3 CHG 306 Chem. 3 PGG 308 Drilling Methods 3 PGG 310 Petroleum Engr. I 3 MEG 309 Science of Materials 3 MEG 311 Mech. Technical 3 CHG 301 Transport Phenomena ll 2 CHG 303 Separation l 3 PGG 301 Structural Geology 2 PGG 303 Petroleum Geology 2 PGG 305 Petrol. Engr.PHS 203 Electricity and Magnetism 2 PGG 202 Introduction to Petroleum and Gas Engineering 2 GAS 202 General African Studies ll 2 CHM 206 Experiment Chemistry lll 2 Total 21 300 Level 1st Semester GEG 301 Engineering Maths. Lab. Lab III 2 PGG 413 Introduction to well Logging and Interpretation 2 Total 21 2nd Semester . 3 PGG 405 Petrol. Eng. Communications 1 CHG 405 Principles of plant Design l 3 PGG 401 Petroleum Reservoir Engr. Engr. 3 PGG 407 Pressure Build up & Test Methods 2 PGG 409 Gas Processing Equipment 2 PGG 411 Gas Dynamics 3 PGG 415 Pet. Engr.

Modelling and Simulation 3 Total 21 nd 2 Semester GEG 502 Law and Management 2 PGG 502 Petroleum Economics 3 PGG 504 Gas Sweetening and Sulphur Recovery 2 PGG 506 Gas Process Control 2 CHG 508 Valves and Pipeline Design 3 PGG 510 Gas Process Vessel and Equipments Design 3 PGG 512 Research Project 3 OPTIONAL COURSES (ONLY ONE) CHG 514 Petrochemical Science and Technology 3 CHG 518 Petroleum Refining Engr. Rocks and rock types geologic symbols. Uses of Petroleum and Gas. Traps stratography. . PGG 301 – STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY The Dynamic Earth. 3 PGG 519 Env. Rock Cycle. Folding and faulting. 3 PGG 509 Pet. Econs 2 CHG 501 Process Dynamics & Control 3 PGG 501 Adsorption and Fractionation 3 PGG 505 Gas Transportation 2 CHG 509 Chem. Entrepreneurship 2 PGG 503 Refrigeration and Liquefaction 3 PGG 507 Research Project 3 OPTIONAL COURSES (ONLY ONE) CHG 515 Introduction to Polymer Engr. Reserv. Lithography reservoir rocks. Introduction to Gas Processing and refinery processes. Pollution Engr. Model of convection and plate movement. 3 Total 21 COURSE DESCRIPTION PGG 202 – INTRODUCTION TO PETROLEUM AND GAS ENGINEERING Definition of Petroleum Upstream and Downstream Operations. Engr.INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 500 Level 1st Semester GEG 501 Engr.

. Types of fluids and compressibility. PGG 303 – PETROLEUM GEOLOGY Requirement for petroleum accumulation. Displacement of Oil and Gas. permeability variations. Flow of compressible fluids in bounded drainage areas. Well logging formation damage. migration and trapping mechanisms. Liquid saturation measurements. Productivity index. Data Evaluation for Reservoir Calculations. The viscosities of water. PGG 306 – BASIC RESERVOIR ENGINEERING General composition of petroleum. Porosity and permeability measurements. I Laboratory analysis of Reservoir Rocks. natural gas and oil under reservoir conditions. Linear flow of incompressible fluids – steady state. Fundamental properties of fluid permeated rocks. Flow through fractures. Poiseuille’s Laws for capillary flow.PGG 302 – FLUID FLOW THROUGH POROUS MEDIUM Darcy’s Law. Plate tectonics. PGG 308 – DRILLING METHODS Petroleum explorations method and general leasing practices. petro-physical properties. directional drilling and finishing operations. Determination and application of reservoir fluid properties. PGG 310 – PETROLEUM ENGINEERING LAB. Rotary drilling hydraulics. Origin of hydrocarbon. Cable tool drilling. Properties of Porous media containing multiple fluid saturations. II Coring and core analysis. Fundamentals of the behaviour of hydrocarbon fluids. The material balance. Zonal damage and well stimulation. Average pressure in radial flow systems and re-adjustment time. Linear flow of gases-steady state. Well completion. Drilling fluids. PGG 304 – FORMATION EVALUATION AND APPLIED GEOPHYSICAL METHODS Application of geophysical methods to formation evaluation. Classification of reservoir flow systems. Rotary drilling techniques including vertical drilling. Gas well spacing. Radial flow of incompressible and compressible fluids. Linear beds in series and in parallel. Properties of water. PGG 305 – PETROLEUM ENGINEERING LAB. recovery and deliverability. Reservoir rock properties. Well completion and casing practices. Rotary drilling. Factors affecting penetration. Depositional environment.

I-D wave motion including propagating shock wave and isentropic equations. pumps and other processing equipment. Production of Crude Oil by natural eruption. One dimensional Gas dynamics. Pottman and Carpenter. Frictionless flow effects of viscosity and conductivity. PGG 407 – PRESSURE BUILDUP AND TEST METHODS Mathematical Basis for pressure analysis. Well logging interpretation. Miscellaneous logging devices. determination of average.PGG 401 – PETROLEUM RESERVOIR ENGINEERING Study of Gas-condensate and undersaturated reservoirs including recovery methods. Duns and Ros and other methods. drill Steam tests. PGG 415 – PETROLEUM ENGINEERING LABORATORY GEG 501 – ENGINEERING ECONOMICS Project development and financial analysis Market analysis and demand estimation Investigation and technical aspect of project development and financial analysis Criteria for Project Choice Project Financing Determination of Economic and Social profitability . valves including valve mechanics. Measurement methods. Effect of reservoir Heterogeneities on pressure behaviour. Water influx. PGG 409 – GAS PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Study of compressors. Multiple-rate flow test analysis. PGG 405 – PETROLEUM PRODUCTION ENGINEERING Theoretical basis for the rise of fluids in production columns. Sample logs. The momentum equation. Production by pumping collection of oil well gases and use of compressed gasses secondary recovery methods. Wire line logs. pressure drawdown analysis. Energy and Euler’s equations reservoir conditions. Isentropic condition. Gilbert. Oil reservoirs under simultaneous dissolved gas drive. Reservoir pressure. Gas List method. Dynamic pressure and flow at constant area. The continuity equation. Supersonic flow in Ducts. Gas cap drive and water drive. Pulse Tests. PGG 413 – INTRODUCTION TO WELL LOGGING AND INTERPRETATION Driller’s log. Radioactivity logging. Mud logging. Electric logging. Well interference test. PGG 411 – GAS DYNAMICS Review of Thermodynamics concepts. Bernoulli equation.

Mistakes of a Contract Duress in a contract Undue influence in a contract Misrepresentation a contract Illegality in a contract Discharge of a Contract How does a contract come to an end Remedies for breach of a contract PART 2 . Petroleum Evaluation Review. Appraisal of uncertain ventures. PGG 501 – ADSORPTION AND FRACTIONATION Isothermal adsorption curves. Decision methods and yardsticks. Return on Investment properties of probability distributions and applications.MANAGEMENT Introduction to Management Decision Analysis How to model a decision situation Quantitative techniques for situations of uncertainty.COTRACT. (Gas-solid equilibrium curves) applied industrial gas and liquid adsorption processes. Fractionation columns. fractional distillation of an ideal mixture of n components (n > 2). Decision tree Project Management Project evaluation and review techniques Concept of Motivation Theories of motivation Hertzberg 2 factor theory Transportation Management Model. Mechanism and technology of adsorption on carbon of mixtures of hydrocarbons.GEG 502 . extractive fractionation. Fractional distillation. PGG 502 – PETROLEUM ECONOMICS Uncertainty in Evaluations.EGIEERIG MAAGEMET PART 1 . Decision trees . (LAW) Definition of a Contract Classification of a contract Ingredient of a valid contract Elements of a Contract Consideration Intention to create legal relation Capacity of a contract Consent of a party Concept of brevity of a contract and its exceptions.

Application of First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics cycles. One dimensional motion of a fluid. Multistage refrigeration cycles. Dynamics of ideal fluids. in parallel. method of weighted residuals etc. oil and Gas-condensate Reserviour. PGG 509 AND 512 – RESEARCH PROJECT A topical project in gas and petroleum engineering to be assigned. Refrigerants. Gas preparation for transport and distribution. Flow of fluids through orifices and valves. Turbulent flow.and economic models. Vapour compression systems and equipments. PGG 510 – GAS PROCESSES. Application of jet compressors to gas transportation. VESSEL AND EQUIPMENT DESIGN Design of Gas compressors and Allied equipment. PGG 503 – REFRIGERATION AND LIQUEFACTION Basic principles of refrigeration and liquefaction. PGG 508 – PIPELINE DESIGN Design of simple pipelines. PGG 505 – GAS TRANSPORTATION Fluid statics and kinematics. Lumoed parameters Feedback control and higher level control systems. PGG 504 – GAS SWEETENING AND SULPHUR RECOVERY Gas purification and odourisation. Introduction to cryogenic systems. Case studies. Evaluation of expected Discoveries in mature regions. Equipment selection. Modeling gas. Setting up of a simulation study: data collection. Absorption processes. Specialised application: Waterflooding. PGG 506 – GAS PROCESSING CONTROL Review of Mathematical Concepts process dynamics. gas cycling. Joule-Thompson Effect. Cuprous solution and Na2CO3 in Gas purification. History matching. Case studies. Pipeline economics. Use of DEA. Miscible flooding etc. Gas pipelines. Compression and production pipes. Bayes strategies and estimates of valve. Performance prediction. Evaluation of future production by performance trends. . compression fundamentals. Gas transportation through pipes. Expansion turbines. fluid properties etc. Non-Linear systems. Laminar flow of viscous fluid. Multi-variable control systems. Numerical techniques-Finite Difference Methods. Finite element. PGG 507 – PETROLEUM RESERVIOUR MODELLING AND SIMULATION Basic principles of Reservoir modeling. pipes in series. Infill drilling. Classification of pipes. Simulation – The Monte Cario method. branched pipes and pipelines with continuous flow regime.