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Transporting Petroleum, Petroleum Derivatives, and Natural Gas

Transporting and distributing petroleum products and natural gas from oilfields to refining and processing plants requires a complex transportation system. In this lesson you will learn:
  • The chain of petroleum distribution
  • Some characteristics of the U.S. petroleum market that influence oil transportation
  • The types of pipelines and their purposes
  • How petroleum is transported within a pipeline
  • What is batching, compatible interface, and transmix
  • The ways pipelines are regulated

  • The Transporting Petroleum, Petroleum Derivatives, and Natural Gas module consists of the following:
  • Lesson 1—Petroleum Transportation Overview
  • Lesson 2—Modes of Transportation
  • Lesson 3—Pipelines
  • Petroleum Transportation Glossary
  • Quiz
  • Transporting Petroleum, Petroleum Derivatives, and Natural Gas
    Estimated completion time: 60 to 75 minutes. A passing score earns you a Certificate of Completion.

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    For multiple licenses or to use the Transporting Petroleum, Petroleum Derivatives, and Natural Gas e-learning module in training, please contact us at 800.687.4132 or 512.471.5940 or by sending an email to petex@www.utexas.edu.

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