Monday 09 Aug 2021
- Duration: One Week
- City: Madrid
- Fees: Classroom: 5200 GBP / Online: 2600 GBP
Monday 09 Aug 2021
This course designed for those seeking business advantages. There is non-technical personnel in the companies (legal, finance, HR, HSE, marketing, IT, non-geoscience and administration, etc.) who are not at all familiar with how the industry functions and the drivers behind it. On the other hand, there are many other businesses that are providing services to the oil and gas industry (accounting firms, stockbrokers, legal firms, recruitment agencies, project management, and secretarial services and so on) that are also foreign to the day to day operations of the industry. This course, designed in simple layman terms, covers the upstream (exploration and production), midstream, and downstream sectors of the industry. It’s aimed at non-technical people within exploration, production, refining, and service companies, as well as professional advisors, investors, and suppliers. You’ll gain insight into current issues, industry terminology, how money flows through the entire business chain, how different parts of the business interact with each other and with other companies, as well as with external investors.
The course will serve as an orientation to the oil and gas industry. It will provide the jargon used in the industry, the disciplines involved in finding the oil and gas, and bringing all the way to the consumer. The steps in finding oil and gas, drilling for oil and gas, field development, production, processing of the products, transportation, and storage, etc. will be covered. The course will also cover the commercial side of the business.
On completion of this course you will be able to fully understand the following:
Who should attend?
Planning managers – Non Geoscience engineer – Analysts IV.Commercial managers – Economists, bankers and stock brokers – Government officials – Business advisors – Asset managers – IT, HR and HSE personnel- Finance, accounting, auditing, taxation and legal personnel – Administrative secretaries
Essentials of the Industry
Production Chemistry and Technology
Production Supply Planning and Scheduling
Storage, Transportation and Marketing
Economics of Production Management
Human Resources Management
Disaster and Contingency Planning