The petrochemicals industry is one of the most influential sectors in the world economy, so having a comprehensive understanding of this vital area is key for anyone working within the oil and gas or energy industries.
This Introduction to Petrochemicals is the ideal course for both individuals and corporate bodies to develop this crucial knowledge.
When: 30 April 2019
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 14 weeks
The programme is designed for a wide range of professional skill sets, including: economists, analysts, engineers, geoscientists, asset managers, accountants, negotiators, lawyers, financiers and decision-makers
While some previous knowledge of the industry would be beneficial, it is by no means essential as the material is designed for a multi-disciplined audience, and each topic builds from a basic introduction assuming little or no prior knowledge.
This course is a new addition to our Knect365 Learning portfolio and it was created to attend the high demand and numerous requests of professionals working in the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry wanting to have an insight into the sector.
The Certificate is designed to meet the challenges of understanding the basic dynamics of the petrochemicals industry and its importance to the global economy.
Josh has over 40 years of experience in the engineering, analysis, inspection, troubleshooting, forensic investigation and construction support for pipeline projects worldwide. This experience includes pipeline flow and hydraulic transient analysis, pipe stress analysis, pipeline on-bottom stability, pipeline integrity & fitness for service assessment. Throughout his years with Brown & Root (now KBR), Han-Padron Associates (now CH2M-Hill), and as an independent consultant, Josh has been involved in the design and installation of onshore and offshore gas, liquid and multi-phase pipelines and associated facilities. Josh holds a BS and MS degrees in mechanical engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer in the States of Texas, New York and California.
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