The Complete Course of Finance for the Oil and Gas Industry

The Complete Course of Finance for the Oil and Gas Industry

Monday 08 Mar 2021

  • Duration: Two Weeks
  • City: Madrid 
  • Fees: Classroom: 9300 GBP / Online: 4700 GBP

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Overview

This 10 Days training course explores project finance techniques and their effectiveness in the petroleum industry. He highlights the petroleum industry players, risks, economics, and commercial/legal arrangements. With petroleum industry projects representing amongst the largest industrial activities in the world, this Training course ties together concepts and tools through real examples and aims to ensure that project finance will continue to play a central role in bringing together investors and lenders to finance these ventures.

This course articulates from the core Finance course, examining familiar concepts in an oil and gas industry context, and introducing new concepts that are of relevance to managers in the oil and gas industry. This course is designed to enhance the ability to apply financial tools and ideas to organisations in the oil and gas industry.

Learning Objectives

This Course introduces the course and provides an overview of its content. Managers in the oil and gas industry require a good working knowledge of finance, which was introduced in the core Finance course and will be built upon over the next eight modules. This course is intended to enhance your portfolio of financial concepts and provide industry-specific examples.

When you have completed this module, you should be able to:

  • Describe the oil and gas industry as defined for the purposes of this course;
  • Describe financial management in the oil and gas industry in terms of the three
  • Major decision-making areas that confront the financial manager, namely:

             -the investment decision

             -the financing decision

             -the dividend decision

  • Describe the purpose and make-up of the financial markets and how oil companies use them;
  • Describe the financial instruments that oil companies can use on the capital markets;
  • Understand the underlying principles of finance;
  • Understand how and when to use the tools of financial arithmetic; and
  • Understand how these concepts and tools are applied in making financial decisions

Course Outlines:

Day 1

Introduction and the Tools of Finance

  • Introduction
  • Defining the Industry
  • An Overview of the Course
  • Financial Decision Making in the Oil and Gas Industry
  • The Financial System
  • A Review of the Tools of Finance
  • Learning Summary

Day  2

Governance and Agency Issues

  • Introduction
  • External and Internal Governance of Group Activities
  • Trust: A Fundamental Requirement in Economic Relations
  • The Domains of Corporate Governance
  • Agency Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Learning Summary

Day 3

Interest Rates

  • Introduction
  • Interest Rate Risk
  • The Term Structure of Interest Rates 3.4 Analysing Yield Curve Behaviour
  • The Money Markets
  • Term Instruments
  • Types of Debt Security
  • Learning Summary

Day 4

Company Valuation

  • Introduction
  • Why Firms Merge
  • Valuation Methods
  • Estimating the Opportunity Cost of Capital
  • Estimating the Cash Flow
  • Estimating the ‘Exit Price’ or Terminal Valuenance for the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Calculating the Net Present Value
  • Valuing Growth Opportunities

Day 5

International Finance

  • Introduction
  • Foreign Exchange Rate Risk
  • Foreign Exchange Exposure
  • Differences between Foreign Investment and Domestic Investment
  • Financing Sources for the Multinational Oil Company
  • Learning Summary

Day 6

 Equity and Commodity

  • Equity Market Risk
  • Commodity Price Risk
  • Learning Summary

Day 8

 Capital Structure

  • Introduction
  • Capital Structure
  • Capital Structure and Financial Distress
  • Learning Summary

Day 8

  • Project Finance
  • Agency Costs in Financial Distress
  • Causes and Costs of Financial Distress
  • Routes out of Financial Distress
  • Learning Summary

Day 9

 Derivatives: An Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Arbitrage Relationships
  • Derivatives Markets
  • Uses of Derivatives
  • The Derivatives Building Blocks
  • Learning Summary

Day 10

Options

  • Introduction
  • Types of Option
  • Option Pricing Boundary Conditions
  • Risk Modification with Options
  • The Black–Scholes–Merton Option Pricing Model
  • Hedging and Derivatives
  • Learning Summary
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