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À propos du cours

This course will educate you in the characteristics and properties of natural gas, preparing you with the ability to summarize gas system components and new pipeline technologies. You will be enabled to grasp the key factors behind formation of the natural gas industry and the historical use of natural gas. Ultimately, you will be able to identify gas and carbon monoxide safety procedures. This course is for individuals considering a career in the energy field (who have a high school diploma, at minimum, and basic knowledge of mathematics), and existing energy sector employees with less than three years of experience who have not completed similar training and would benefit from a course of foundational industry concepts. Main concepts of this course will be delivered through lectures, readings, discussions and various videos. This is the second course in the Energy Production, Distribution & Safety specialization that explores various facets of the power sector, and features a culminating project involving creation of a roadmap to achieve a self-established, energy-related professional goal. To learn more about the specialization, check out a video overview at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yh9qIYiUDk....

Meilleurs avis

DP
26 août 2020

It was simply excellent! Very clear and comprehensive. Really gave a good overview of the oil and gas sector. The professor's voice was also very clear. He was well spoken. I learned a lot. Thank you!

RJ
19 mai 2020

This Specific course on Natural Gas has helped me much to gain insight into Natural Gas Business Cycle, starting from NG production, through treatment, processing, and to consumer's burning tip.

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par poorna c r

3 juil. 2020

Valuable information in limited time for enrichment of knowledge

par George O J

29 oct. 2021

Great course, very educative, thank you Coursera and Tom Russo.

par CHUKKA J C

18 juil. 2021

very useful

thank u for providing such a wonderful course

par Anurag T

8 juin 2020

Best course for natural gas safety and for preserving it ever.

par Poshkeen A

1 févr. 2019

Ein sehr interessanter und hilfreicher Kurs. Ich bin zufrieden

par Gangadhar R B

6 mai 2020

Good course that gives information about Natural gas industry

par SOMASHEKAR D P

28 juil. 2020

Learnt natural gas production, plants, regulatory board, etc

par D K

25 août 2020

It is a great course. Able to understand everything easily.

par Mahmood T M N S

29 avr. 2020

This course was very helpful for me as a chemical engineer.

par Muhammad I

16 févr. 2020

good explanation of the topic of all natural gas by teacher

par Andreas S

11 nov. 2019

Thank you for that course. It was really useful and simple.

par Vitor G

7 mars 2021

I loved this course, it was very informative and helpful.

par Gajendra s

16 mai 2020

IT IS VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE COURSE FOR PETROLEUM ENGINEERS.

par Dibyanshu S D

15 juil. 2020

Great course to learn Natural gas industry fundamentals.

par MEGANATHAN B

13 juin 2020

REALLY VERY USEFUL AND INTERESTING TO ATTEND THIS COURSE

par Chris B S G

8 mai 2020

Great course!!! Simple to understand complicated systems

par Nakkeeran. E ( E

29 juin 2020

nice well driven course with good concepts and skillls

par Vitaliy M

26 avr. 2020

Good introductory course about the Gas Industry in USA.

par Sathyanathan P

23 avr. 2020

Pipeline Technologies, Safety measures are very useful

par Ehimare S U

11 déc. 2019

A time well spent, this course was indeed insightful.

par Konduru M

18 avr. 2020

Learn a lot from these and very useful for learners

par Akram I

4 sept. 2021

very useful course for anyone begins in this field

par Patel R B

20 sept. 2020

It's really amazing and informative session for me

par Osneiver O C

1 juil. 2020

Muy buen curso, cuenta con excelente información.

par Pedro A S B D

8 janv. 2022

E​xceellent overview of the natural gas industry