New Petroleum Industry Dynamics - Changing International Opportunities and Risks - PD1
CPE Credits Awarded:
Categories: Oil Industry, E&P
The petroleum industry is changing rapidly, challenging many organisations and individuals to keep pace and distinguish opportunity from risk. This three-day course will be delivered at a brisk pace updating delegates on current global and regional happenings in the upstream, midstream, downstream and petrochemical industries. It will increase the delegate-s understanding of the industry-s strengths and weaknesses and the risk issues facing all sectors of the industry.
The course will also discuss the rise of national oil companies (NOCs) as international players, upstream and downstream, provides a stiff competition to the international oil companies (IOCs) who are now forced to take more risks. "New Petroleum Industry Dynamics - Changing International Opportunities and Risks" will teach delegates how to identify opportunities in environmental pressures, climate change, emissions restrictions and the rise of alternative energies. All challenge the future growth of fossil fuels in the primary energy mix.
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This course appeals to a multi-disciplined audience from all energy sectors, specifically those interested in the industry-s global and regional future. Issues covered will be relevant to state and international oil companies, government energy ministries and regulators, service companies, financial institutions, public relations, planning and economics analysts and legal institutions.
This course will also appeal to those with long-term industry experience that are looking for a broad up-to-date and review of current issues.
- North America
- Middle East
- North Africa
- West Africa
- South America
- Southeast Asia Industry Sectors
- Exploration and production
- Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)
- Marketing and distribution
- Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
- Gas to Liquids (GTL)
- Power generation
- Renewables and alternative fuels Corporate Issues
- Price volatility
- Reserves depletion
- National Oil Companies (NOCs)
- International Oil Companies (IOCs)
- Independent sector
- Portfolio optimization
- Contractors and suppliers
- Fiscal instability
- Mergers and acquisitions
Dr David Wood
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