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Training courses

  1. Events in October 2014

  2. Advanced Energy Manager 2014

    • 13 Oct - 13 Apr

    • London
    A comprehensive technical overview of energy management, providing participants with the tools to develop and manage energy management projects. It comprises 12 days of training at the Energy Institute head office. Attendance on the course is backed up by practical application of the learning through a work-based feasibility study which is then supplemented by an exam.
  3. Events in March 2015

  4. Strategic management of oil and gas assets and companies

    • 04 Mar - 06 Mar

    • Energy Institute
    This 3-day training course addresses strategy in the practical context focusing upon the broader petroleum industry issues of portfolio opportunities, risks, change, performance and organisation. Several videos of high profile international oil and gas projects and short exercises are used in the course to elicit key strategic approaches relevant to real situations along oil and gas supply chains.
  5. Oil and gas industry fundamentals

    • 09 Mar - 11 Mar

    • Aberdeen, UK
    This course comprehensively covers the oil and gas supply chains from exploration through to fuel retailing. Along the way it addresses conventional and unconventional reserves and resources, drilling and production processes and facilities, economic fiscal and risk issues, transportation, refining, gas to power, wholesale product markets, contracts, physical and paper trading, ... and more.

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  6. Practical workshop: Excel analysis of oil, gas and power supply chains

    • 23 Mar - 26 Mar

    • London, UK
    This course provides hands-on instruction for building, developing and applying spreadsheet economics, risk, finance and decision evaluation models to a range of projects from the oil, natural gas and power supply chains.... AND MORE.

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  7. Unconventional petroleum resources and their exploitation

    • 30 Mar - 01 Apr

    • London, UK
    Shale gas and tight gas sands are characterized by their low permeability because of compaction, the nature of the fine sediments, or pore space infilling. Shale gas is natural gas produced from shale source rocks to conventional oil and gas reservoirs, so there existence has been known for decades, but without the technology to exploit them.... AND MORE.

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  8. Events in April 2015

  9. Exploration and production of oil and gas: Technical and commercial perspectives

    • 13 Apr - 15 Apr

    • London, UK
    This course familiarises delegates, avoiding jargon and corporate bias, with the key upstream technologies, processes and facilities. It also identifies the risks associated with them.... AND MORE.

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  10. Structuring and negotiating effective oil and gas transactions and deals

    • 16 Apr - 17 May

    • Energy Institute
    Achieving successful deals in the oil and gas industry with long-lasting successful outcomes typically requires innovation, creative thinking, negotiation skills and a clear understanding of risked value in uncertain and volatile markets. This course considers a wide range of industry-specific deal structures and the issues associated with them. The content involves presentations, case studies and exercises... and more.

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  11. Economics of the oil supply chain

    • 20 Apr - 24 Apr

    • Cambridge, UK
    Delegates will examine the various activities of the Invincible Energy Company to explore the economic forces which drive the oil supply chain. They will concentrate on the main areas of risk and opportunity from the crude oil supply terminal, through transportation, refining and trading to the refined product distribution terminal. During their time in Invincible's refinery, delegates will learn about the quality aspects of product supply.... AND MORE.

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  12. Certificate in Energy Management Essentials

    • 20 Apr - 24 Apr

    • London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle, London
    A 5-day practical introduction to energy management, recommended for those new to an energy management role or those taking on energy management responsibilities for the first time. This course has a strong focus on energy auditing including a site tour and audit report project, which will suit delegates looking to gain practical skills and/or be able to conduct internal energy audits for ESOS.

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  13. Trading oil on international markets

    • 27 Apr - 01 May

    • Cambridge, UK
    Delegates become part of Invincible's trading team, taking decisions about the company's activities to maximise profits through an understanding of the economics of trading and the management of inherent price risks. They trade the live crude oil and refined product markets worldwide under the guidance of tutors, reacting to events as they happen using real time information from Reuters and Telerate screens and daily price information from Platts and Petroleum Argus.... AND MORE.

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