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Engineering in the oil and gas industry refers to the application of engineering principles and techniques to explore, extract, transport, and refine hydrocarbons such as crude oil and natural gas. This involves a range of technical disciplines, including petroleum engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and more.

Engineers in the oil and gas industry work to design, build, install, maintain, and operate the equipment, structures, and systems needed for exploration, production, processing, and transportation of these resources. They also develop new technologies and techniques to improve efficiency, safety, and environmental performance within the industry. Engineering plays a critical role in the oil and gas industry, and the technologies and innovations developed by engineers in this field have a significant impact on global energy supply and the economy.