|Title:||Oil exploration (petroleum geology) and production management||Language:||English||Authors:||Ibrahimov, Bahadur||Qualification level:||Diploma||Advisor:||Kopacek, Peter||Issue Date:||2014||Number of Pages:||81||Qualification level:||Diploma||Abstract:||
It is commonly held belief that oil is main part of modern society and has a significant impact on industry, science, economy, politics, and daily life of human beings and cannot be entirely superseded by any substitute material, add to this, lifetime of oil cannot be certainly forecasted, therefore, situation does not allow an efficient management. While correct, the common-sense omits a second that a global and multilateral approach would allow utterly utilization of oil and comfortable transition to alternative goods. In this thesis, I develop historical image, qualitative analysis and quantitative distinctions between methods and tools of oil exploration and production from first recovery till modern use. This work can be considered as first step for a whole research on transition period supporting main information about oil as commodity. I present a general research on all phases of petroleum production correspondingly, by touching some of them deeply. Although, each stage and process needs precious engineering and management and is a topic for research, I build up a system approach involving all necessary procedures of production. I also present that a global thinking, and accurate and innovative management can be a tool for complete and efficient utilization, meanwhile I created a useful tool and handbook for oil related business and engineering managers who has a different background than petroleum in order to have a basic sense of oil as a main commodity.
|Keywords:||Petroleum Exploration; Petroleum Related Business Management; Tools of oil exploration and production; Methodologies in oil production and exploration; development of tools and methodologies in petroleum production||URI:||https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-68933
|Library ID:||AC11605477||Organisation:||E017 - Weiterbildungszentrum der TU Wien||Publication Type:||Thesis
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