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Transcript of Career
Tools Of The Trade
well one needs skills then drilling machines and a lot of machines
You will generally need at least a bachelor's degree in engineering to work as a petroleum engineer. A master's degree program in engineering may be required by some employers and can also lead to better job opportunities for you. If you plan to work in a petroleum engineering research or teaching job, you will need a graduate degree. Since petroleum engineers were expected to be in high demand, obtaining a degree that specializes in petroleum engineering can give you an advantage over engineers who have an engineering degree in a different field but are otherwise qualified for the same positions. High school courses in math, physics and chemistry can be helpful for admission into a petroleum engineering program.
Petroleum engineering is a field of engineering concerned with the activities related to the production of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or Natual gas
Wages and Benefits
The medium annual wage for a petroleum engineer was $129,99o
A bachelor's degree program offers petroleum engineering courses such as reservoir engineering, petrophysics, oil well drilling and petroleum regulations. Petroleum engineering programs also include high-level math courses in addition to the engineering courses. Some programs offer internship opportunities so you can get some hands-on experience with petroleum engineering. A master's degree in petroleum engineering usually gives you the opportunity to choose an area of specialization such as renewable energy, reservoir modeling or geothermal engineering, just to list a few of the possible options
I will love 12hrs in a day and and morning shift. And the working environment would be clean, friendly people, office with machinery. Demand for oil production of oil can make the job stressful.