Department of Oil, Gas and Energy Management


Department of Oil, Gas and Energy Management
This program is designed to provide global leaders with tools, network, global understandings and existential logic to have a global impact in the 21st century. As part of this mission, graduates are provided with the world's only international standards and the world's only master's and doctoral degrees in oil, gas and energy management from the world's highest faculty.

Subjects included in the curriculum:
• Department of International Health and Safety.
• International quality management system.
• General waste control and environmental management.
• General inspection and audit management.
• Management of control of oil and gas production at the source and mouth.
• Management of general oil and gas risk analysis.
• Department of Safety Operations Engineering.
• Drilling Control Department.
• Wellhead services management.
• Quality assurance management/general quality control.

What topics can energy professionals cover?
The various topics available for coverage in degree programs include:
• Economic fundamentals
• Department of International Health and Safety
• International standards of design and engineering.
• International standards of quality control and quality assurance
• Wastewater control and general control of waste
Environmental impact assessment.
• Public safety standards for construction.
• Energy Economics
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• Petroleum Engineering
• Geology and geophysics
• Natural resources
• Energy policy
• Trading energy commodities
• Management practices for energy professionals - MPE
• Financial reporting for the energy industry
• Ownership, records and management of petroleum land
• Investment and portfolio management
• International Energy Business
• Global energy and economic issues
• Renewable and alternative energy
Environmental, legal, regulatory and political energy industry issues
•Biofuels
• A healthy and safe environment
Drilling, completion and maintenance of wells
• Refining techniques
•Transport
• Leadership and decision-making
• Basics of mathematics, statistics and linear and non-linear programming methods
Land and contract management
• Regulatory conduct
• Energy Industry Value Cycle
• Economics of oil and energy production around the world
• Epp Economics
• Oil estuary economics
• Energy production management
• International negotiations
• Wind power
• Geothermal energy
• Nuclear Energy
• Tidal and hydropower
• Asset management
• Gas processing
• Well engineering
• Solar Energy
• Petroleum Physics
•Suppliers • RDA

What topics can energy professionals cover?
The various topics available for coverage in degree programs include:
• Horizontal and multilateral wells, casing and reinforcement
• Strategic thinking
• Accounting for global energy markets
• Financing and hedging strategies for global energy markets
• Operations management
• Surface production, hydraulic fracturing and well stimulation
• Production facilities
• Damage to genesis, causes, prevention, treatment
• Advanced decision analysis and risk decision analysis - ADA

How is the curriculum built and what topics are addressed in the curriculum?
Students acquire a comprehensive knowledge of theory, practice and implementation of business decisions in the energy industry, so that the curriculum contains the following materials: 
• International standards of design and engineering.
• International standards of quality control and quality assurance
• Wastewater control and general control of waste
Environmental impact assessment.
• Public safety standards for construction.
• Energy Economics
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• Petroleum Engineering
• Geology and geophysics




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