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Gas

Geotechnical - engineering - gas pipelines
Category: 
Geotechnical
Examples: 

Gas Engineers plan and manage the recovery of gas from various reservoirs.

A gas engineer may:

  • Look at ways to minimize leaks in natural gas pipelines
  • Research methods for developing gas from corn for markets in Canada and the US
  • Evaluate the worth of new natural gas reserves
In your community: 

A number of Aboriginal communities lie near existing or untapped oil and gas reserves. As land claims settlements are reached, the communities in the areas will require the expertise of gas engineers in order to evaluate how to work the reserves.

Aptitude: 

If you like...

  • Problem solving
  • Being creative
  •  Exploring the earth
  • Making discoveries
  • Working with people
  • Helping the environment

...you might enjoy Gas Engineering

Universities: 

If you want to study Gas Engineering you can go to the following university:

Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada

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