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- 1.1 CALENDARI LOCKDOWN
- 1.2 UNIT An International Industry
- 1.3 UNIT UPSTREAM
- 1.4 UNIT DOWNSTREAM
- 1.5 UNIT SAFETY
- 1.6 UNIT FINDING OIL AND GAS
- 1.7 UNIT DRILLING
- 1.8 UNIT PIPES AND PIPELINES
- 1.9 UNIT Working offshore
- 1.10 UNIT NATURAL GAS
- 1.11 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
- 1.12 REFINING
- 1.12.1 FIFTH CLASS-COVID19 (21st April )
- 1.12.2 SIXTH CLASS-COVID19 (24th April )
- 1.12.3 SEVENTH CLASS-COVID19 (28th April )
- 1.12.4 EIGTH CLASS-COVID19 (5th May )
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UNIT An International Industry
IT’S MY JOB
UD2.NA1-It’s my job
It’s my job
Oilfield-Gas field- Gas Plant
UD3 NA1- LISTENING
Conversation 1Conversation 2
UD3 NA2- LISTENING
UD3 NA3- LISTENING
EXERCISE NUMBER 2EXERCISE NUMBER 3
UNIT FINDING OIL AND GAS
EXERCISE 1. and 2.EXERCISE 3. and 4.PRONUNCIATIONEXERCISE 5.
EXERCISE 1. HOW TO USE GPS?
1. LISTENING Look at the diagrams. Listen the instructions about how to drill for oil
2. WRITE the correct number next to each verb. Listen again to check.
a) FIX B) INSATALL C) DRILL D) TRIP INTO E) SLIDE
F) TRIP OUT OF G) ATTACH H) PUT I) TURN ON J) ATTACH2. LISTEN and complete the sentences with words from diagrams Listen again to check.
LISTENING-ACTIVITY 3 AND 4
Complete the activities 1 and 2
UNIT PIPES AND PIPELINES
NA 2 LISTENING AND VOCABULARY
IT’S MY JOB
NA 3 LANGUAGE SPOT UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
ACTIVITIES 3 AND 5
ACTIVITY NUMBER 3ACTIVITY NUMBER 5
NA4 READING ISOMETRICS AND MTOs
UNIT Working offshore
NA1 Kick off and Reading
NA 2 Language spot
NA3 It’s my job-Listening
Language spot-Activity 2 Part 1Language spot-Activity 2 Part 2
NA4 Vocabulary and Writing
NA 5 Listening and Vocabulary
Listening-Radio ConversationThe International radio alphabet
NA 6 Speaking
Activity 3 Complete…
Pronunciation Activity 1
NA 7 Writing
UNIT NATURAL GAS
Gas is more difficult to store than oil mainly because its volume at normal temperature and pressure is 1.000 times that of oil for the same energy content. In small densely populated countries like United Kingdom, when coal was the main source of fuel in the early twentieth century, an infrastructure was built to distribute gas from coal throughout the country using a pipeline system from the gas plants to homes in major town and cities. When North Sea was discovered, the system was modified and a pipeline system was created from the onshore terminals to domestic costumers. The system stores gas by increasing the pressure in the main pipeline. Storage is also created by pumping gas back into depleted oil and gas reservoirs. As North Sea reserves of oil and gas decline and gas is imported to the UK, storage is becoming more important
Where pipeline system are not available, gas is distribute for domestic use is pressurized containers containers as propane or butane, as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The liquefied gas is stored for domestic use in cylindrical or spherical containers at refineries and terminals and can be transported by road to residential storage tanks or in smaller exchangeable cylinders. All storage must take into account dangers of overheating in accidental fires which can cause containers to explode.
By cooling petroleum gas to -162ºC, it condenses to a liquid and 1/600th of its volume. This is calles liquefied natural gas (LNG). The method is used for bulk transport of gas and is carried out at plants usually close to the source of the gas. LNG can be transported over long distances by special tankers by road or sea. It is stored at the LNG plant and at its destinations in special insulates storage tanks.
Russia has the largest reserves of natural gas in the world and transports most of its gas by pipeline. It supplies one quarter of Europe’s gas requirements and 80% of this is by pipeline through Ukraine. The risk to supplies was highlighted by a dispute between Ukraine and Russia in 2009 which affected supplies to Ukraine and Europe
Russia is also using LNG from its first offshore platformas in Sakhalin Island. Natural gas is transported from the platforms to onshore terminals then by pipeline to the southern tip of the island which is ice-free during winter. Here it is processed at an LNG plant and distributed by tanker to Asia-Pacific markets.
NA1 Kick off and Vocabulary
The natural gas we use in the process shown in this unit is almost methane. However, when natural gas comes out of the ground , it usually contains ethane , propane, butanes, pentanes and sulphur, carbon dioxide, and sometimes helium and nitrogen. Natural gas requires extensive processing to be useful.VOCABULARY
NA 2 Number talk
1- How many kind of LNG TANKERS are there ?
ANSWER moss tanks, IHI, TGZ MARKS III, GT96 and CSICan you say these numbers aloud?
NA3 Language Spot and Listening
Listening 1 and 2 . Choose the correct word to complete each sentence
2. Listen and check your answers4. Listen and check your answers
NA6 READING AND KEY WORDS
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
1st CLASS-COVID19 ( 21st March )
Activity number 2 (LISTENING ) should be delivered next FRIDAY 27 (UPLOAD TO AULES ), beside that you have to write your answers (It’s invalid answers like this 1-b, 2-c…). YOU HAVE TO NOTE DOWN THE NEW WORDS WITH ITS MEANING IN SPANISH.
Activity number 3 (VOCABULARY) should be delivered next FRIDAY 27 (UPLOAD TO AULES ), YOU SHOULD DO THE NUMBERS 4 and 5. you have to write your answers (It’s invalid answers like this 1-b, 2-c…).beside that YOU HAVE TO NOTE DOWN THE NEW WORDS WITH ITS MEANING IN SPANISH.Activity number 4 (LISTENING) should be delivered next FRIDAY 27 (UPLOAD TO AULES ), YOU SHOULD DO THE NUMBERS 6 and7. you have to write your answers (It’s invalid answers like this 1-b, 2-c…).beside that YOU HAVE TO NOTE DOWN THE NEW WORDS WHAT YOU’LL LISTEN INT THE RECORD. Finally, you can go to the transcription.
Activity number 5 (GRAMMAR) should be delivered next FRIDAY 27 (UPLOAD TO AULES ). Firstly, you can read the grammar about the future with will (page 123 ) and later YOU SHOULD DO THE NUMBERS 4 and 5. you have to write your answers (It’s invalid answers like this 1-b, 2-c…).beside that YOU HAVE TO NOTE DOWN THE NEW WORDS WITH ITS MEANING IN SPANISH.
Activity number 6 (WRITING). You can get into the blog and you can join to the GROUP, WHEN YOU’VE JOINEd, you have to do the activity about the WRITING COVID19. IT should be delivered next TUESDAY 31st of March (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
2nd CLASS-COVID19 ( 24 th March )
PRONUNCIATION– Activities 1,2,3 and 4.
Activity number 8 (PRONUNCIATION). You can do the exercises 1,2,3,4 and 5 ( this last one it’s not necessary to upload it ) IT should be delivered next Friday 3rd April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 9 (READING). You can to read the brief article Portable Electric Generator and finally You should write full sentences of 1,2 and 3 exercises. IT should be delivered next Friday 3rd April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 10 (VIRTUAL CLASS).I’ll be reviewing this unit so far, We´ll use a software which you should download to your computer, but this activity it’ll be postponed for the next Friday at ( 10-11).
3rd CLASS-COVID19 (31st March )
Activity number 11 (WRITING SCHEDULES). You have to do the activity 4, five and six ( You should write your answers in a «wordocument» and later to send me to aules IT should be delivered next Tuesday 7th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 12 (LISTENING). You have to read the text the activity 1,2,3 AND 4( You should write your answers in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 7th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Fourth CLASS-COVID19 (07th April )
Activity number 12 (It’s my job). You have to read the text CARLOS SANCHEZ.
Number 1 You should say names of electrical things that you can use every day .
Number 2. Which topics does Carlos talk about ?. You should write your answers in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 10th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 13 (WRITING). You have to DO RECORDING REPAIRS
NUMBER 1 Put the notes in the correct place
NUMBER 2 Complete the repair record.
.You should write your answers in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 10th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
An Overview of the Refining Process
Refineries change crude oil into different petroleum products. There are three main processes. Firs the crude oil is separated into different components. Then the components are converted using heat and pressure. Lastly, chemicals are added to make the final product. The control room is the centre of the refinery. Electrical power is provided by the substation Hazardous materials are stored in the hazmat area.
FIFTH CLASS-COVID19 (21st April )
Firstly, you can watch the video and read «What’s a Refinery»
Activity number 1 (LISTENING). You have to listen this record. There are six visitors at the main gate of refinery. You should complete the table in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 24th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 2 (VOCABULARY). Match the words 1-13 with their descriptions.. You should complete the table in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 24th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
Activity number 3 (LISTENING). Listen to the informations about the refinery. Answer the questions :
- How big is the refinery?
- How many gates does it have?
- How many parking ares does it have?
- What is the substation for ?
- What is the river for?
- Where are the distillation columns?
- What are the buildings in the treatment area?
Activity number 4 (Vocabulary). Look at the picture. Which parts of the refinery can you see?
You should complete the table in a «word document» and later to send me to «aules». It should be delivered next Tuesday 24th April (UPLOAD TO AULES ),
SIXTH CLASS-COVID19 (24th April )
Activity number 5 (Reading). Read the texts. Match the jobs in the box to the descriptions.
In the Control Room: PCBs and resistors
Activity number 6 (Reading). Read the explanation of PCBs..
Answer these questions.
- What does PCBs stand for?
- What do the colour bands on the resistors show?
- What do the first two bands mean?
- What does the third band tell you)
- What is the fourth band for?
7. Can you determine the value of the next resistors?
You can watch this video to help you to identify the values of these resistors
LISTENING 48LISTENING 49
SEVENTH CLASS-COVID19 (28th April )
Health and safety: Emergency procedures
LISTENING ACTIVITY NUMBER 7
Activity number 7 (Reading and listening). Read these emergency procedures.
- Why do you walk upwind?
- Listen to a supervisor talking about emergency procedures. Does he forget anything?
- Match these actions to the procedures above.
- break glass 1
- push stop button
- count heads
- Math these sentences to the procedure above.
- I would like to report a fire in the administration building
- My crew are all present or accounted for.
- Does anyone know where is John?
- Follow me
- Turn off the generator
- Fire! Fire! Fire! 1
Activity number 8 (Reading). You have to do the exercises 1,2 and 3. You should write the questions and the answers. Please
LISTENING ACTIVITY NUMER 9
Activity number 9 (Listening). You have to do the exercises 1,2 and 3. You should write the questions and the answers. For instance
- This is jetty-Tankers _______crude oil to the refinery. They unload the crude oil here.
- The crude oil______along these pipes into the tanks at the tank farm.
- The crude oil________in these tanks until it is refined. Some of the are 80 metres high. There are over 200 steps to the top. etc…
EIGTH CLASS-COVID19 (5th May )
SPEAKING FOR CONFERENCE ON FRIDAY- Health and safety: Emergency procedures –
STUDENT A : Phone your partner and report emergency. Give your location and the type of emergency. Choose one of these emergencies.
- Fire in the separation area or A leak a piping system
- Then your partner will telephone you about an emergency. Write down his/ her name, location and the type of emergency. Ask questions if necessary.
STUDENT B : Your partner will telephone you about an emergency. Write down his/her name, job, location and the type of emergency. Ask questions if necessary. Then phone your partner and report an emergency. Give your location and the type of emergency. Choose one of these emergencies : Smoke in a lab or A problem at the substationAbrir el panel de publicarHay un guardado automático de esta entrada que es más reciente que la versión de abajo.