Keystone XL Update Energy Abstract Coming Soon!

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This overview is an introduction to the Keystone XL -- what it is, what it means to energy supply in North America, the controversy surrounding it and the political dilemmas.

By the end of this overview, you will have an understanding of:

  • What the Keystone XL is
  • The technical facts of the Keystone XL, its system and impact
  • The controversy surrounding the Keystone XL
  • The political aspects, decisions and impact on the Keystone XL

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2017 Global Course Catalogue Available for Download!

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March 2017 - eNewsletters

The latest March 2017 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"Companies are always looking for ways to build team unity and create better working relationships through activities like charity work, group lunches and other engagements.  After all, a cohesive team is a necessity to reach your organisation’s goals.  Furthermore, such initiatives solidify a strong corporate culture and create a bit of a buzz within the team.

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Complimentary Online Training - Low Sulfur Marine Fuels (LSMF)

In our previous Rapid Response presentation we collected our instructor’s thoughts on what 2017 has in store for the energy industry.  Of the many interesting topics, one issue that caught the attention of many of the instructors was the far reaching impact of low sulfur marine fuel regulations.

For years, regulations have been reducing the amount of sulfur allowed in fuels for road transport and land-based use.  But until recently, the shipping industry was allowed to burn fuels containing prodigious quantities of sulfur.  International treaty regulations now limit bunker fuels to 3.5% sulfur globally, and to 0.1% sulfur in defined Emission Control Areas.  It was decided in October 2016 that the global limit will drop to 0.5% in 2020.

Refiners will lose an important market for the heaviest, dirtiest components of crude oil.  How will shipping and refining adapt to these changes?  What kinds of marine fuels will be manufactured and burned?  These questions and more will be discussed in our brand-new complimentary Rapid Response course:

Low Sulfur Marine Fuels (LSMF)
By the end of this course, you will have an understanding of:
Why and how marine fuel specifications are changing in 2020
Different types of marine fuels and why they are used
The possible impacts of this change on the refining industry
The possible responses of the shipping industry to this change

This 30-minute online training course, valued at $74.99, will be free until 17 March 2017!

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February 2017 - eNewsletters

The latest February 2017 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"In our January note to you we talked about resolutions and specifically focused on our specialty – career development.  If you missed our note, we suggested breaking down this broad goal into smaller more achievable steps.  This helps create metrics for your success and will put momentum behind the process!

I am happy to say that many readers considered our advice and took the first step to success in 2017 by..."

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