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Monday, 20 August 2012

ST.MARYS, Pa. — A course in petroleum technology will be offered in St. Marys starting Aug. 29 as part of Pitt-Bradford’s expanded program offerings.

The introductory class is worth three academic credits and will meet on Wednesdays from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the Community Education Council of Elk and Cameron Counties and cover a multitude of topics, including energy requirements ranging from local to worldwide levels, geological issues, drilling practices, petroleum production, and the role of petrochemicals in the field.

The course also exposes students to an overview of the potential career opportunities for students expected to transition into the petroleum technology field. Students will be able to apply three academic credits earned from this class to the associate degree program in petroleum technology.

For more information, contact Bob Dilks at 800-872-1787 or at dilks@pitt.edu or call the CEC at 814-781-3437 or email at cec@ed-council.org.

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