Fuel Processing, Handling, Storage Diploma
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Course Contents

 Course Contents

The participants would have a diverse range of venues to work in different areas like, Crude oil chemistry, crude oil distillation, handling, Testing & Storage of Petroleum Products, Oil movement and Petroleum Testing standards.

Module ‐ 1 Crude Oil Chemistry

Module ‐ 2 Petroleum Refining Processes

Module ‐ 3 Testing of Petroleum Products

Module ‐ 4 Crude oil receipt and handling

Module ‐ 5 (Research Project)​

Recommended Books:

James G. Speight, Handbook of Petroleum Product Analysis, A John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Publication
Howard B. Bradley, Petroleum Engineering handbook, Third Printing, Society of Petroleum Engineers
George A. Olah, Hydrocarbon Chemistry 2nd edition, Wiley-Interscience
Vasily Simanzhenkov, Raphael Idem, Crude Oil Chemistry, Marcel Dekker, Inc, New York. Basel
James G. Speight, Petroleum Refining Processes, Marcel Dekker, Inc, New Yoirk
James G. Speight, The Chemistry and Technology of Petroleum 4th edition, CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group

Course Objectives

The objectives of this one month course are as follows:-
  • The proposed specialization stream would provide an opportunity for the students to be trained as professionals equipped with academic background and skills to tackle the technical challenges related to fuel processing and handling.
  • The students would have a diverse range of venues to work in different areas like, crude oil chemistry, crude oil distillation, handling, Testing & Storage of Petroleum Products, Oil movement and Petroleum Testing standards. ​