Executive Program: Commercial Best Practices for Oil & Gas Value Chains
|Event Date/Time: Dec 03, 2007||End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2007|
|Registration Date: Nov 15, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 22, 2007|
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND BENEFITS
Enrollment in the program is limited to foster interaction and networking. Participants will benefit from close interaction with CEE-UT and industry experts, networking with other program delegates, and access to extensive program materials and reference manuals.
Instructors will use extensive course materials, including case studies and models drawn from CEE-UT's New Era training and research knowledge base. Case studies may include deep water exploration and production; liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply and delivery; fuels for power generation; tar sands investments; biofuels and refining; and global energy subsidies.
Topics covered in the program include:
Energy value chains, prices and markets
Hydrocarbon fiscal regimes
Growing importance of National Oil Companies and NOC partnerships
Energy outlooks and implications for business
Capital budgeting and project evaluation
Impact of uncertainty on decisions, including value of information
Downstream markets for oil and natural gas
Trends in petroleum contracts and agreements and legal tools to protect against risk
Access and siting for new projects, stakeholder management and community benefits
EPC management and compliance
Project finance trends and alternatives
Government frameworks for commercial projects - issues and trends
Solution-oriented project case studies will be developed and used during the program and can include problems proposed or contributed by participants.
Additional program benefits include:
Networking dinners with industry leaders during the program
Post-program subscription to CEE-UT quarterly research publication
Post-program invitations to Executive CEE-UT Seminars
The fee for this program is $4,950 and includes program materials, lunches and breaks. Register before October 22, 2007 to receive a 10% discount.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas - Houston Branch
1801 Allen Parkway, Houston, TX 77019
For more information, contact:
Center for Energy Economics . Bureau of Economic Geology . The University of Texas at Austin
Tel: 713-654-5400 Fax: 713-654-5405 . e-mail: email@example.com