Petrochemical
Engineers
make a
world of difference
Where Would We Be Without
Petroleum?
Some of the products are as follows:
Balloons
Bandages
Blenders
Cameras
Candles
CD Pl...
Fossil Fuels – Nature’s Battery
Fossil Fuels
 Oil
 Natural Gas
 Coal
Source: US Energy Information Administration
Today...
Oil: A Timeless Energy Source
Ancient times
3000 B.C.
Mesopotamians used “rock oil” in
architectural adhesives, ship
caulk...
Mid-1800s
Whales hunted to near extinction
1849
Method to distill kerosene from petroleum
discovered
1853
Polish chemist I...
1847
The world’s first oil well was drilled in Baku, Azerbaijan
1851
Scottish chemist James Young opens the world’s first ...
1903
Entrepreneur Henry Ford incorporates the Ford Motor Company.
1908
Ford's mass-produced Model T drives consumer demand...
1993 – present
US imports more oil than it produces - needed
because of growing petroleum demand used for
fuel, electricit...
World Demand for Energy Will
Continue to Grow
Source: IEA World Energy Outlook 2008
World energy demand expands by 45% bet...
Who Will Discover Oil and Gas in
the Future?
The Finders
Geoscientists (geologists, geophysicists)
• Study the Earth to se...
Biodiesel is America’s first
Advanced Biofuel. It is a
renewable, clean-burning diesel
replacement that is reducing U.S.
d...
Petroleum Engineers
work in teams to…
• Use creative solutions to find oil and gas
• Understand rock formations
• Analyze ...
 High seas
 Remote jungles
 Vast deserts
 Mountain ranges
 In laboratories
 Offices
 Outdoor sites
across the world...
Petrochemical engineers…
• Are good communicators
• Enjoy creative problem solving
• Like working with people
• Excel at m...
Petrochemical Engineering
job prospects are bright
Hot job market
Severe worker shortage for the next 10 years and more
Ex...
Petrochemical Engineering
Areas of Specialty
Petroleum Engineers
 production engineer
 drilling engineer
 reservoir eng...
Petrochemical Engineering
Prepare for your career
• Take college preparatory
courses, including advanced maths and
science...
Plan your future
Plan your future in petrochemical engineering at Guru Kashi University
• Listing of petroleum related eng...
Petrochemical engineers
Petrochemical engineers
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Guru Kashi University takes pride in offering this high technology oriented diploma course to the young students aspiring for challenging career. Education in Petroleum Engineering is conducted only at a few places in India. This is the first diploma course started in Punjab which is related to Petrochemical Engineering. GKU started this three year diploma course in order to meet the present and future demand of trained and Quality Manpower in the area of Downstream Processes, Petrochemicals and Chemical Process Industry. The Petrochemical Engineering department has excellent infrastructural facilities for training students in this interdisciplinary program.
The petrochemical industry in India started in 1960 and it is still growing at a phenomenal rate. There are all indications that it will continue to expand at a faster rate, especially with increasing foreign direct investment and expansion of native capacity. To meet the industry’s need for trained manpower GKU started a diploma course in Petrochemicals and Petroleum refinery Engineering.
The Guru Gobind Singh Refinery (GGSR) is located in village Phulokheri, Bathinda, Punjab, India. It is a refinery owned by Hindustan Mittal Energy Limited (HMEL) a joint venture between HPCL and Mittal Energy Limited, a company owned by L N Mittal (HMEL). The work for refinery started in 2008 and the refinery became operational in March 2012. Its annual capacity is nine million tons (180,000 barrels per day). This is great news for the students of Guru Kashi University that they will get better job opportunities in their own region as far as the field of petrochemical engineering is concerned.

Some features of this course are as given below:
- Guru Kashi University is one of the few universities in the country to offer this unique course
- Intake for every academic year is 60 students.
- Students are also employed in upstream sector of Petroleum exploration and Production.
- Placement and training cell of the university has been effectively carrying out interaction with the industry by conducting seminars, group discussions, lecture series etc.
- Students those who pass from Guru Kashi University by pursuing the diploma in Petrochemicals and Petroleum refinery Engineering can get good job around Bathinda in the famous industries like Trident Group, IOL Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Bathinda Chemicals Ltd., National Fertilizers Ltd., and above all is the Guru Gobind Singh Refinery.
- Chemical industry leaders such as PRAJ, HONEYWELL, TOYO, WIPRO, ESSAR, RELIANCE, GAIL, THERMAX, etc. can employ pass outs from the department.

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Petrochemical engineers

  1. 1. Petrochemical Engineers make a world of difference
  2. 2. Where Would We Be Without Petroleum? Some of the products are as follows: Balloons Bandages Blenders Cameras Candles CD Players Clothing Compact Discs/DVDs Containers Crayons Deodorant Dyes Footballs Furniture Garbage Bags Glasses Glue Golf Balls Hang Gliders House Paint Insecticides Life Jackets Lipstick Luggage Medical Equipment Perfumes Photographic Film Photographs Piano Keys Roller Blades Roofing Shampoo Shaving Cream Surfboards Telephones Tents Toys Umbrellas
  3. 3. Fossil Fuels – Nature’s Battery Fossil Fuels  Oil  Natural Gas  Coal Source: US Energy Information Administration Today’s Energy  85.5 percent = fossil fuels  14.5 percent = nuclear and all other sources By 2025  87 percent = fossil fuels (oil, gas, coal)  13 percent = nuclear and all other sources
  4. 4. Oil: A Timeless Energy Source Ancient times 3000 B.C. Mesopotamians used “rock oil” in architectural adhesives, ship caulks, medicines and roads 2000 B.C. Chinese refined crude oil for use in lamps and to heat their homes Even though fossil fuels were used thousands of years ago, mass consumption of oil and gas began only “recently.”
  5. 5. Mid-1800s Whales hunted to near extinction 1849 Method to distill kerosene from petroleum discovered 1853 Polish chemist Ignancy Lukasiewiz discovered how to make kerosene from crude oil on an industrial scale. 1859 Kerosene took over lighting market. Oil: A Timeless Energy Source Oil industry saves the whales
  6. 6. 1847 The world’s first oil well was drilled in Baku, Azerbaijan 1851 Scottish chemist James Young opens the world’s first oil refinery near Edinburgh, Scotland 1859 Colonel Edwin Drake drilled the first successful commercial oil well in northwestern Pennsylvania. 1896 The first known offshore oil well is drilled at the end of a 300-foot wharf in Summerland, California. 1901 On January 10, Spindletop, an oil field located just south of Beaumont, Texas, produces a "gusher" that spills out 100,000 barrels of oil per day. 1917 The Bolivar Coastal field, South America’s largest oil field, discovered in Venezuela Oil: A Timeless Energy Source Dawn of a new age James Young Colonel Edwin Drake
  7. 7. 1903 Entrepreneur Henry Ford incorporates the Ford Motor Company. 1908 Ford's mass-produced Model T drives consumer demand for gasoline. 125,000 cars on US roads. Oil is found in Persia (modern Iran), leading to the formation of Anglo-Persian Oil company, the forerunner of BP 1930 26.7 million cars in the US. 1938 Major oil reserves are discovered in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia 1950 – present Oil became most-used energy source because of automobiles. Oil: A Timeless Energy Source Cars drive need for oil
  8. 8. 1993 – present US imports more oil than it produces - needed because of growing petroleum demand used for fuel, electricity and manufacturing plastic. 2007 World uses about 86 million barrels of oil per day – 40,000 gallons every second Oil: A Timeless Energy Source Recent consumption
  9. 9. World Demand for Energy Will Continue to Grow Source: IEA World Energy Outlook 2008 World energy demand expands by 45% between now and 2030 –an average rate of increase of 1.6% per year –with coal accounting for more than a third of the overall rise
  10. 10. Who Will Discover Oil and Gas in the Future? The Finders Geoscientists (geologists, geophysicists) • Study the Earth to search for clues to where oil and gas might be hidden • Analyze minerals, soil, and rocks samples • Evaluate underground geologic structures to find oil and gas fields The Movers Petrochemical engineers • Determine best drilling methods to find oil and gas deep in the Earth • Manage production when oil and gas are drained from underground
  11. 11. Biodiesel is America’s first Advanced Biofuel. It is a renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that is reducing U.S. dependence on imported diesel, creating green jobs and improving our environment. It is made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources including agricultural oils, recycled cooking oil and animal fats and meets the strict specifications of ASTM D6751. BIODIESEL
  12. 12. Petroleum Engineers work in teams to… • Use creative solutions to find oil and gas • Understand rock formations • Analyze oil and gas fields’ qualities • Monitor drilling and production • Design equipment, processes so maximum amount of oil and gas is recovered • Manage drilling of oil and gas wells • Ensure operation runs smoothly and safely
  13. 13.  High seas  Remote jungles  Vast deserts  Mountain ranges  In laboratories  Offices  Outdoor sites across the world Petroleum Engineers work in a variety of settings
  14. 14. Petrochemical engineers… • Are good communicators • Enjoy creative problem solving • Like working with people • Excel at maths and science • Are analytical • Adapt easily to change • Thrive on challenges
  15. 15. Petrochemical Engineering job prospects are bright Hot job market Severe worker shortage for the next 10 years and more Excellent pay Highest starting salary of any engineering degree / diploma Graduates in demand Scholarships available Choice of work environment Varied work situations, global locations, field or office
  16. 16. Petrochemical Engineering Areas of Specialty Petroleum Engineers  production engineer  drilling engineer  reservoir engineer  completion engineer  environmental engineer  and more! Allied careers  petro-physics  geology  geosciences  geophysics  chemistry  hydraulics  environmental sciences  information technology  safety
  17. 17. Petrochemical Engineering Prepare for your career • Take college preparatory courses, including advanced maths and science courses • Participate in engineering and technology student organizations • Take part in science fairs and maths competitions • Read about diploma in Petrochemical engineering on http://www.gurukashiuniversity.in/
  18. 18. Plan your future Plan your future in petrochemical engineering at Guru Kashi University • Listing of petroleum related engineering university programs • Scholarships • Career guidance Contact for more career information: Toll Free: 1800 180 2601 Landline: 01655 324777 Admission Help lines +91 99142 83400, +91 99142 86400 +91 99142 25400, +91 99145 78400 info@gurukashiuniversity.in

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