DPET graduate students will have:
The capacity to recognize, develop, and solve difficult engineering issues using engineering, scientific, and mathematics concepts.
Ability to use engineering design to provide petroleum engineering solutions that suit specific demands for the oil business while also taking into account public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic concerns.
Ability to oversee and implement technical solutions in drilling, reservoir development, and production operations in the oil and gas business using petroleum engineering skills.
Ability to plan onshore and offshore well drilling, oil and gas recovery (primary and enhanced) from various types of reservoirs, or design and operation of production and injection wells, including processing on the seabed and using permanent infrastructure.
Ability to contribute to field development and operation planning, as well as petroleum field impact studies.
Possibility of pursuing postgraduate studies (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) and joining regional and international universities.
Ability to design and perform relevant experiments, analyse and interpret data, and draw conclusions using engineering judgment.
Use of suitable learning methodologies to acquire and apply new information as needed.
Beneficial Skills for DPET Program
When starting an education in DPET, several talents come in handy. Strong petroleum technical skills, collaboration skills, problem-solving abilities, the ability to work under pressure, numerical and analytical skills, IT skills, as well as good health and fitness, are all important.
In petroleum engineering, analytical abilities refer to the capacity to gather and analyse data, solve problems, and make judgments. These abilities can aid in the resolution of business issues and the enhancement of overall productivity and success. As a result, some fundamental analytical abilities are quite beneficial while commencing a DPET course. These include the capacity to collect, gather, visualize, and analyse information in depth; the ability to see an issue from a distinct perspective; the ability to solve difficult problems through effective decision-making; and the ability to answer various (how) questions.
This ability is required for pupils to participate in the DPET program. Strong analytical abilities are useless if the learner is unable to share his findings with others. He must be a good communicator who can explain the trends he notices in the data. The student may be required to give an oral presentation or write a report on occasion. This requires fluency in both speaking and writing English.