Kemaman Supply Base, better known as KSB in Terengganu, Malaysia, began its operation in 1982 as onshore support base dedicated solely to service and supplies the offshore petroleum operations. It was specially designed and developed as a comprehensive logistic supply base for Peninsular Malaysia’s offshore petroleum exploration and production industries. There are more than 220 petroleum supply and service companies with varying degree of manufacturing and technical service capacities operating at KSB. This industrial visit to Kemaman Supply Base is one of the compulsory program to give an exposure and train the Petroleum student about the basic technology and tools that been used in this oil and gas industry. In addition student also will be able to understand better and get to know more closely about life at oil and gas industry.
- To enable students to develop a good relationship with the petroleum industrial practitioners.
- To give a clearer view to the students about choosing their future profession in a specific department.
- To encourage students to struggle hard for their future in Petroleum Engineering
- To gain exposure of the oil and gas industry, especially for 3rd year students.
Students can get a clear picture about the working life at oil and gas industry. Aim of this industrial visit to Kemaman Supply Base is to give an exposure and effective understanding to the entire Petroleum student (3rd year) about the technology and tools used in oil and gas industry. This study tour is aim to give a clearer view about the oil and gas industry to students. Besides that, it is to expose the students about the equipment and the tools used in the industry so that we can further apply it in our studies. Furthermore knowing the shape of the tools that have been used in oil and gas industry, student can enhance their knowledge with the function of the tools. Moreover, the student can develop a good relationship with petroleum industrial people. They also will be able to apply whatever knowledge and information that they had gained during lecture time and get a clear picture about the oil and gas industry.