North American Natural Gas Transportation and Storage - NGTS
CPE Credits Awarded: 8
Categories: The Natural Gas Industry
This course will provide an understanding of the role of pipelines in the natural gas industry and a broad insight to the dynamics that impact the economic decisions facing industry participants. A Canadian edition of this course runs in Calgary.
Includes Web-based Pre-study Module
This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.
All facets of an organisation are likely to attend including: human resources, info systems, back-office personnel, credit department, accountants, legal, quantitative analysts, consultants, programmers, trade support staff, secretarial, marketing/sales, risk managers. This course is also perfect for anyone involved in the physical movement of gas, rate-making and capacity issues, transportation representatives that are involved in the pipeline end, and schedulers who are involved in the marketing side.
- Industry and market development
- Post-war: big inch, little inch, take or pay
- Natural Gas Act
- FERC: NGPA, Open access
- Interstate transporters
- Shippers: LDC, industrial, marketers, producers
- Storage operators
- No Notice
- Rate design
- Requests for service
- Quality specifications
Pipeline and Storage Management
- Capacity offerings
- Transportation zones
- Capacity management
- Trading hubs
- Storage injections and withdrawals
- Scheduling and nominations
Into the Future
- New projects
- Open season
- Economic impacts
- New customers
“This class was interesting and covered the basics well.” M.C., Sempra
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