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SKPP 1313 Fundamentals of Petroleum Engineering

Quiz 1 (20 marks)

Name: _____________________________________________________ Answer all questions

1)

Petroleum engineer can be divided into several groups. Name one of them and briefly explain his main duty. [3 marks] __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

2)

List down three main stages in conversion of kerogen into hydrocarbon. [3 marks] i. _________________________________

ii. _________________________________ iii _________________________________

3)

Substances present in petroleum fall into four major groups. List down two of them and give one example of each group. [4 marks] i. ______________________________________________________________

ii. ______________________________________________________________

4)

List down three top world oil producer. [3 marks] i. _________________________________

ii. _________________________________ iii _________________________________

5)

In the rock cycle shown in the figure below, give the name of the rock that marked as (a), (b), and (c). [3 marks]

(b)

(c) (a)

6)

What is clastic sedimentary rock and list down two examples of this rock. [4 marks] __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Quiz 1: Answer 1) Petroleum engineer can be divided into several groups. Name one of them and briefly explain his main duty. [3 marks] Petroleum geologists find hydrocarbons by analysing subsurface structures with geological and geophysical methods. Reservoir engineers work to optimize

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