Press Release: 2016 Training Offering Now Available
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Oxford Princeton Programme Responds to Global Energy Volatility with Robust 2016 Training Offering
2016 Courses in Energy Trading, Hedging, Oil, Natural Gas, Power, LNG, Derivatives Pricing, Risk Management Offered Publicly at Global Industry Hubs, On-Site and Online
Plainsboro, NJ – December 14, 2015 – Pioneers and market leaders in energy education and training, The Oxford Princeton Programme has released its 2016 Global Course Catalogue. The 2016 course offering reflects the need in the global energy marketplace for timely and accredited training to succeed during this uncertain moment in the industry.
“The energy sector has always embraced and learned from market challenges to forge a brighter future for both the industry and the billions of consumers world-wide who depend on their products and services,” states Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. “The depth of our 2016 course offering reflects that approach as the industry looks to train a workforce to operate effectively in current market conditions all while preparing to capitalize during the eventual upward swing.”
In addition to over 60 online courses available 24/7/365 on www.oxfordprincetonlive.com, The Oxford Princeton Programme’s 2016 course catalogue offers a combination of established, updated and brand-new instructor-led courses to best address the current climate and future direction of the energy business. New titles such as Financial Derivatives Valuations and Controls Best Practices (FDV) will join perennial best-selling courses Oil Trading Orientation (OTO) and International Oil Supply, Transportation, Refining and Trading (SP1). The over 150 instructor-led public courses are held at industry hubs around the world including but not limited to Calgary, Houston, London, Oxford and Singapore.
In addition to the full complement of online and instructor-led public training, The Oxford Princeton Programme also offers on-site energy training solutions. On-site training gives organizations the opportunity to train a team of individuals at the same time on a specific topic without the added expense of travel. All instructor-led courses are available for on-site training.
Visit www.oxfordprinceton.com to download the 2016 Global Course Catalogue.
About The Oxford Princeton Programme
The Oxford Princeton Programme provides the most effective and flexible approach to educating professionals worldwide on the business and trading of energy. With customizable programmes for on-site team training, more than 150 public courses in energy hubs globally, and an extensive library of online courses, The Oxford Princeton Programme is responsible for training a literal who’s who in oil, gas, power and much more. Courses are taught by renowned experts offering dynamic and interactive instruction. With more focus, experience, and depth of industry knowledge, The Oxford Princeton Programme provides today’s professionals with the tools and know-how for optimal performance. For more information, log onto www.oxfordprinceton.com.
The Oxford Princeton Programme
2016 Global Course Offering Catalogue Now Available for Download!
The Oxford Princeton Programme's 2016 Global Course Offerings catalogue contains over 150 courses being offered in energy capitals along with information on online and in-house training as well as our postgraduate diploma and certification programmes. Click the following link to download in PDF format:
2016 Global Course Offerings
New Online Training Course - Introduction to Shipping Contracts!
The aim of the course is to provide a practical understanding of the commercial aspects of shipping contracts (‘charter parties’) and the implications for the business of chartering which result from specific charter party clauses. The course will cover the provisions of spot related and time charter parties as used in the oil, LPG, LNG and liquid bulk chemicals markets. It will cover the types of contract arrangement that are available, the construction of charter parties and the relevance of key charter party clauses. This course will guide you through some of the essential features of shipping contracts (‘charter parties’) for the transportation of crude oil and petroleum products and, to a lesser extent, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and bulk liquid chemicals. The focus is on those key clauses which can have a major impact on the successful outcome of a contract, for either the charterer or the ship owner/operator.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Distinguish between different types of charter arrangement
- Recognise the main concepts behind the construction of spot and time charter parties (shipping contracts)
- Point out that while there are many versions of spot charter parties which deal with the same concepts, their wording, interpretation and financial implications may differ
- Identify some of the practical issues that arise from certain time charter party clauses Identify the key clauses which have an important commercial impact in relation to the performance of the contract
- Identify one example each of a spot and time charter party. (The course will provide you with a copy of one single voyage charter party and one time charter party to enable you to put the key points from each lesson in a wider context, these can be found in the drawer under ‘Resources’ and can be saved or printed.)
- Recognise some of the special provisions which need to be made for specialist ships carrying liquid cargoes
November 2015 - eNewsletters
The latest November 2015 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.
"For many companies, the next several weeks will be about preparing and finalising 2016 budgets. If you have been organising your department budget for several years you likely have a routine. For the most part, that routine is not bad. Duplicating successful strategies year over year just makes sense! However, adding new successful strategies makes even more sense!
One strategy that many of our clients use every year to get the absolute most out of their training budget line is to take full advantage of our Annual Pre-Sale Event. This year’s version provides the most incentive to book now we have ever offered:
Register for a 2016 public course by 31 December 2015 to receive a 15% discount off 2015 pricing and one free online course (valued at USD195)!
With pricing subject to change in 2016, this is the perfect time to start booking next year’s training. There is no limit..."
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November 2015 - North American Edition
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New Online Course - Overview of the Oil Value Chain!
This course is an overview of the oil value chain, looking at the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors. You will learn about basics of the resources yielding oil, how it is transported and stored, and what the end-products are. You will learn how value is created from the transportation and storage of oil, and what markets it is traded in. The end-products will be outlined, together with their refinery processes, the economics of refining and how these end-products are traded. There are no pre-requisites for this course, and no prior knowledge of the subject matter or advance preparation is required.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Recognize the main value creation steps in the oil industry and its trends
- Recognize the characteristics and qualities of oil, together with the different resources yielding oil
- Identify the various value creation steps to create proved reserves
- Point out how transport and storage create value
- Distinguish between the different oil trading markets and the instruments used
- Identify the different refining processes used to produce the different products
- Point out the different end-products produced from crude oil and the different markets in which they are traded