The program covers the following topics:
Ethical Decision Making for Engineers #2 (1 hour)
Petroleum: Gulf of Mexico OCS Oil and Gas Pipelines (1 hour)
Petroleum: Liquefied Natural Gas - The Global Market (2 hours)
Petroleum: MMS Case Studies - Offshore Oil & Gas Safety Alerts (1 hour)
Petroleum: Oil and Gas Drilling Technologies (1 hour)
Petroleum: US Code - Oil Pollution Liability & Compensation (2 hours)
Petroleum: Waste Minimization in the Oil Field (3 hours)
OSHA Pressure Vessel Chemical Cracking (1 hour)
Underground Natural Gas Storage: Basics (1 hour)
Pipe Support Systems (2 hours)
The Minerals Management Service (MMS), is the federal agency responsible for managing the nation''s natural gas, oil and other mineral resources on the outer continental shelf (OCS). As part of their duties, the MMS release safety reports that describe offshore accidents, and outlines their recommendations to prevent similar mishaps. This highly informative 1-hour interactive online course explores several of these safety reports so that petroleum engineers can be aware of potentially unknown safety hazards and understand effective ways to prevent serious accidents.
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