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Get ready to work in Oil and Gas piping and QC Engineering

SMEC is an ISO 9001:2015 Certified multinational company founded in 2001. SMEC has grown to become an industry leader with over 20 years of experience in marine and Oil and gas Industrial sector. Training is available in Cochin, Trivandrum (Kerala), Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Mangalore (Karnataka), Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), Mumbai, Thane (Maharashtra), Sharjah, Dubai (UAE). All candidates can avail Certification accredited by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), India International Skill Centre (IISC), TUV Rheinland Germany etc. on the successful completion of training. SMEC is authorized by the American Society for Non-destructive Testing (ASNT), American Welding Society (AWS), American Petroleum Institute (API). The demand for Engineers and technicians in Oil and Gas, Petroleum Industries has increased to a soaring high like never before. Companies have discovered that the aging workforce in Piping, Pipeline, Instrumentation and automation has become the paramount factor for bring in the next tier of oil and gas sector talented technicians and Engineers.

The field of Oil and Gas has been growing non-stop since it’s discovery. It shows no signs of stopping in the near future.
The aging workforce of oil and gas professionals call for new minds.
Get certified in oil and gas and build a robust high paying career.

Training Syllabus:
  • Introduction
  • Terms and Definitions
  • Welding Positions
  • Factors affecting the welding process
  • Welding Symbols – AWS A2.4/BS-ISO
  • Defectology – Welding, Casting, Forming, Fracture Mechanism(Ductile/Brittle/Fatigue)

Introduction to welding process and its parameters

Welding Metallurgy

  • Visual Testing
  • Penetrant Test(PT)
  • Magnetic Particle Testing(MT)
  • Ultrasonic Testing(UT)
  • Radiographic Testing and Film
  • Interpretation(RT & RTFI)
  • Introduction to Oil and Gas
  • Introduction to Project
  • Drilling
  • Oil Exploration
  • Oil Refining
  • Basic Piping
  • Process equipments
  • Code and standards
  • Pipe fittings & Components
  • Abbreviation and Symbols
  • Piping isometric drawings
  • Metric and imperial units
  • Trignometry
  • Cut length calculation
    Bill of Materials
  • GAD Introduction
  • Cut length of GAD
  • Equipment layout drawing
  • P & ID and Symbols
  • Pipe supports
  • PPE’s
  • PTW
  • H2S
  • Mechanical CADD
  • MEP Fundamentals
  • HVAC Fundamentals
  • B31.2 – Fuel Gas Piping
  • B31.3 – Process Piping
  • B31.4 – Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquid Hydrocarbons and Other Liquids
  • B31.5 – Refrigeration Piping and Heat Transfer Components
  • B31.8 – Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems
  • B31.8S – Managing System Integrity of Gas Pipelines
  • B31.9 – Building Services Piping
  • B31.11 – Slurry Transportation Piping Systems
  • B31.12 – Hydrogen Piping and Pipelines
  • B31G – Manual for Determining Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipelines
  • Mechanical Structure
  • Applications
  • Structural Elements
  • Need of EPC
  • Engineering
  • Trusses
  • Introduction to
  • Petroleum Refining and Crude Oil
  • Composition
  • Properties and clasiification of crude oil
  • Over all Refinary Flow
  • Sepration Process A
  • Sepration Process B
  • Thermal Conversion Process
  • Catalytic Conversion process 1
  • Catalytic Conversion process 2
  • Finishing Process
  • Supporting Process
  • Natural Gas Processing
  • “The Reason Why” A brief history of the use of oil and gas.
  • The generation of oil and gas prospects
  • Procuring the right to drill – “the mineral lease”
  • Basic Drilling Operations
  • Basic Completions
  • Basic Production Operations
  • Improved Oil Recovery Methods
  • Oil and Gas Transportation
  • Closing a Project – Plug and Abandonment and Site Restoration

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        The SMEClabs Advantage

        Strong hand-holding with dedicated support to help you master Oil & Gas

        Industry Mentors

        • Receive unparalleled guidance from industry mentors, teaching assistants, and graders
        • Receive one-on-one feedback on submissions and personalised feedback for improvement

        Student Success Mentors

        • A dedicated Success Mentors is allocated to each student so as to ensure consistent progress
        • Success Mentors are your single points of contact for all your non-academic queries

        Q&A Forum

        • Timely doubt resolution by industry experts and peers
        • 100% expert verified responses to ensure quality learning

        Expert Feedback

        • Personalised expert feedback on assignments and projects
        • Regular live sessions by experts to clarify concept related doubts

        SMEClabs BaseCamp

        • Fun-packed, informative, and career building workshops
        • Sessions by industry professionals and professors
        • Group activities with your peers and alumni

        Live Expert Interaction 

        • Live sessions by experts on various industrial topics
        • One-on-one discussion and feedback sessions with industry mentors

        Career Impact


        Oil demand is expected to rise by an average of 1.4 p% per year, and to make up around 36.5% of the world energy mix by 2030 or about 120 mbpd, according to the OPEC reference scenario. The share of gas, on the other hand, is expected to climb to over 27% cent by 2030, up from over 23 per cent at the moment.

        Oil demand is expected to rise by an average of 1.4 p% per year, and to make up around 36.5% of the world energy mix by 2030 or about 120 mbpd, according to the OPEC reference scenario. The share of gas, on the other hand, is expected to climb to over 27% cent by 2030, up from over 23 per cent at the moment.

        You have an option of various courses to do after 12th which include:

        • Certified Engineering Procurement Construction Engineer

        • PG Diploma Oil and Gas

        • Certified QA QC Engineer

        • Diploma in Oil and Gas Piping

        • Certified Structural Engineer

        • NDT I & II Online Training

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