Introduction to the Oil and Gas Industry

Venue: Regina

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Event Date/Time: May 05, 2008 End Date/Time: May 06, 2008
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Course Description

This very informative two-day course provides a general overview of the oil and gas industry for non-technical personnel in the industry, or individuals’ just looking to find out what drives western Canada’s economy. This course will cover everything you need to know about how oil is created, found, extracted, refined and how it enters the consumer market. The course will also address some government regulations, new frontiers (such as Unconventional Oil), and the environmental issues.

A full set of course notes, and lunch are provided.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for individuals that are new to the oil and gas industry and non-technical personnel already working in the industry that would like a general overview that looks at everything from basic geology and exploration, to production and the consumer market.

Course Outline

Topics covered

• Basic Petroleum Geology
• Seismic and other forms of Exploration
• Basic Drilling and Extraction Programs
• Service Companies, and their role in drilling a well
• Oilfield terms
• Production and Transportation
• Unconventional Oil
• Consumer Markets
• Environmental Issues



Additional Information

Fee:$1295 CAD 5% GST will be added to course fees upon registration. To register for this course, please visit our website: