HANDBOOK OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS
|Author(s)||James G. Speight|
|D O W N L O A D|
The present offshore handbook was specifically prepared to empower the practicing engineers working in the offshore oil and gas industry to better understand the rapidly growing markets of today's energy sector. They will have a chance to get familiar with the industry including complicated deep-water operations, properly understand the full range of this business, with particular attention being paid to the potential environmental aspects as well as future challenges; they will also be able to get new technical knowledge and exposure on the standards and real life case studies.
Brief contents below - Introduction; Offshore oil and gas; Formation, accumulation and composition; Definition of oil and gas - conventional crude oil, natural gas, gas condensate, gas hydrates, opportunity crudes, high acid crudes, foamy oil, heavy oil, extra heavy oil, tar sand bitumen, resources and reserves. The go-to glossary of the special terminology used in the industry has also been included for quick and easy reference. Recommended to all people engaged in any offshore exploration and/or production activities because of the amount of the information provided and the way it is presented.
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