Disclaimer: I was never been employed full time in the oil and gas industry, and I tanked every internship I ever had.
This is not to say anything about the quality of my notes – I took my studies quite seriously, and I believe that these notes will be highly beneficial to anyone who is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering or a career in the oil and gas industry.
My notes come from the four years of undergraduate petroleum engineering coursework that I completed at the University of Tulsa (2007 – 2011).
I have collected and digitized my undergraduate petroleum engineering notes. Here, you will find quizzes, homework solutions, past exams, and more. My handwritten petroleum engineering lecture notes are also available. Additionally, I have Excel files that I made to help me with homework.
Click through any of the links below to retrieve notes for a particular course.
Without further ado…
Engineering Sciences Courses
- ES 2013 Statics
- ES 3003 Fluid Mechanics
- ES 3023 Mechanics of Materials
- ES 3053 Thermodynamics
- ES 3073 Heat Transfer
Petroleum Engineering Courses
- PE 2101 Rock and Fluid Properties Lab
- PE 2113 Rock Properties
- PE 2123 Fluid Properties
- PE 3013 Computer Applications in Petroleum Engineering
- PE 3023 Reservoir Engineering I
- PE 3041 Drilling Engineering Lab
- PE 3043 Drilling Engineering I
- PE 3073 Production Engineering I
- PE 3133 Natural Gas Reservoir Engineering
- Directional and Horizontal Drilling
- PE 4013 Petroleum Economics
- PE 4023 Reservoir Engineering II
- PE 4053 Formation Evaluation
- PE 4063 Well Completions Design
Engineering Geophysics Courses
A closing note for now: I would like, someday, to make these notes available in a more conveniently-digested format. There are inherent limitations to PDF documents, least of all their filesize. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to reach out to me.