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.
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- 5 stars75.50%
- 4 stars19.77%
- 3 stars3.96%
- 2 stars0.51%
- 1 star0.23%
Even though very focused on the US Market and Regulations, the contents are applicable to other regions and are clearly and concisely explained.
The class presented small bites of much larger topics but enough to understand the basic challenges and opportunities facing each energy sector.
Providing valuable and easy-to-understand insights regarding general knowledge of the world of natural gas. I am interested to take more specialized courses in the natural gas industry.
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.
關於 Energy Production, Distribution & Safety 專項課程
This specialization provides introductory knowledge about the energy industry and associated career opportunities, whether you are interested in a utility technician or utility worker role, or emerging green energy solutions. It is intended for those considering a career in the field, and people already working in the industry who have less than three years of experience and have not completed similar training. Through four courses, learners receive an overview of electric power systems, natural gas, safety practices, and the energy industry as a whole. To learn more, please watch the overview video by copying and pasting the following link into your web browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=2Yh9qIYiUDk.