Oil and Gas Business School, is a recognized “Learning Affiliate” with Energy Institute, London.
Register for this program, with OIL AND GAS BUSINESS SCHOOL, and receive the following great benefits:
*Free Student Membership of Energy Institute, London
This will really help them to you to develop both their studies and their future careers. Benefits as a member include:
• Energy Institue monthly e-magazines: Energy World and Petroleum Review
• Use of The EI Energy Matrix – Access to over 85,000 energy information resources using our online vault of energy related knowledge, including books, periodicals, articles, statistics and fact sheets, and our London Library. The collection includes online resources, journals, conference proceedings and reports.
• 24/7 access to the EI eLibrary containing over 2.5 million records, including full text journal articles on energy and the environment from Ebsco Environment Complete, 80 full text eBooks, available to download and borrow and a host of other journal databases.
• Visit the EI Library to access the Petroleum Abstracts database from the University of Tulsa which contains more than 1.1 million abstracts on oil and gas exploration and production.
• Access to the EI’s Data Sheets, a collection of current and historical statistics and information, covering energy prices, electricity production and petroleum fuels.
• Free networking events with those high up in the industry, helping you to learn about the industry and get known.
• Access to a team of qualified information professionals, during library opening hours, to answer quick queries or assist with more extensive research. Free quick research service (5-10 minutes) and a discounted rate for longer research queries.
• Education and careers information through EI careers website.
• Use of mycareerpath – a great system used for documenting any career progression, which students can present to employers
• Discounts – Reduced rates for EI events, including regional and training courses that would help your knowledge and professional development
• Branch events and competitions – Nigerian branch holds events and competitions for local students to attend.
• Benevolent Fund – EI provides a range of financial and other assistance to students in need.
• Energy Policy Milestones Calender – a frequently updated resource providing links to current and forthcoming policy activity.
• Opportunity to Develop and advance into the Professional Membership category, after graduation, and be able to use such titles or designations as MEI (Member, Energy Institute), Chartered Energy Engineer, Chartered Energy Manager, Chartered Petroleum Engineer, Chartered Environmentalist, Chartered Scientist etc.
Industrial Lubrication & Lube Blending Course
Contact us [OIL AND GAS BUSINESS SCHOOL] for dates and venues in PH & Lagos or in-plant/in-company training
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO LUBRICATING OILS
MODULE 2: MANUFACTURING OF LUBE OILS
Manufacturing & Blending
MODULE 3: BASE OILS AND BLENDING METHODS
Group I – Solvent Refined Mineral Base Oil
Group II – Hydrocracked Base Oils
Group III – The start of Synthetic Base Oils
Group IV – PAO Base Oils
Group V – Primarily in the creation of oil additives.
-Antioxidants. (zinc dithiophosphates)
-Viscosity index improvers. (polymethacrylates)
-Anti-wear (zinc dialkyldithiophosphate)
-Pour point depressants. (co-polymer of methacrylates)
-Corrosion inhibitors ( alkaline compounds, esters)
-Rust inhibitors (alkaline compounds, organis acids)
-Friction modifiers (graphite, molybdenum disulfide)
-Extreme Pressure (chlorinated paraffins)
-Anti-foaming agents. (dimethyl silicones)
-Demulsifying / Emulsifying. (polyamines)
-Stickiness improver, provide adhesive property towards tool surface (in metalworking)
-Complexing agent (in case of greases)
SAE Viscosity Grades
MODULE 5: LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS, PROPERTIES AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
Base Oil Groups & Specifications
Physical Properties of Lubricating Oil
Low Temperature Properties
High Temperature Properties
Other Physical Properties
Chemical Properties of Lubricating Oils
-Ease of Starting Rapidity of Warming up
-Low Carbon Forming Tendency
-Carbon Residue Test Methods
-High Oxidation Stability
i Abrasive Wear
ii Corrosive Wear
iii. Adhesive Wear
Detergency and Dispersancy
Polyaromates and labelling
Other labelling criteria
MODULE 6: METAL WORKING FLUIDS, HYDRAULICS AND GREASE
Metal Working Fluids
Extreme Pressure additives
Grease Manufacture I
Grease Manufacture II
Automatic Transmission Fluids
Air Compressor Oils
MODULE 7: LUBRICANT PACKAGING
Best Practices for Lubricant Storage and Handling
Recommended Storage Life
Lubricant Dispensing Equipment Identification
New Oil Cleanliness
Ways to Improve Lubricant Storage and Handling
Lube Room Design and Requirements
Bulk Oil Storage
-Quality of base stocks
-Additive quality and concentration
-Lubricant performance properties
-Thickener performance properties (grease)
Presence of Mixed or Contaminated Lubricants
Dispensing Options for Stored Oils
Precision Top-Ups and Drain and Fills
Proper Top-Up Container and Grease Gun Storage
Lifecycles and Lubricant Shelf Life
Labelling and Identification
Guidelines for Labeling
MODULE 8: LUBE PLANT ENGINEERING OUTLINE
Factors to Consider
Automatic Batch Blending
In Line Blending
Drum Decanting System
Reviews, Examination & Certification