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Natural Gas Course: From Wellhead to Burner-Tip

Key Facts

CPE Credits: 16

Dates:

29-30 September 2015 — Calgary Early bird deadline: 29 August 2015, 11:59 p.m. (MT)

Fee: $1295 + GST

Early bird fee: $1195 + GST Early bird discount applies if registered by indicated deadline. Discounts apply for more than 1 registrant.

Application Process: Click link above to register.

Course Contact: For all questions regarding courses, please contact Jon Rozhon at jwr@oakleaftraining.com or 403-457-0260.

Course Description

Oak Leaf Energy Training is continuing to offer CERI’s cornerstone course, first presented almost 20 years ago. Revised and fully updated, this comprehensive 2-day seminar is presented by Oak Leaf’s veteran instructors — experts both in the field and in the classroom. The course gives the details about this ever-changing industry; the instructors provide the perspective of their industry and government experience.

This latest edition of the Wellhead to Burner-tip Natural Gas Course includes:

Canadian-Based Courses:

-New technical & economic information on shale gas plays, such as the Montney & Horn River in British Columbia

-Comprehensive information on the Canadian natural gas resource base, mineral rights, exploration, production, transportation & consumption

-The market dynamics determining natural gas prices & where those prices could be headed

-Current issues such as the development of NE BC gas infrastructure to serve Pacific Rim markets

-Forecasted North American natural gas demand with an outlook of how that natural gas will be sourced

-The most up-to-date statistics & data available on the Natural Gas industry, including today’s main players

U.S.-Based Courses:

-New technical & economic information on shale gas plays, such as the Eagle Ford, Barnett & Bakken

-Comprehensive information on the U.S. natural gas resource base, mineral rights, exploration, production, transportation & consumption

-The market dynamics determining natural gas prices & where those prices could be headed

-Current issues such as the development of LNG, the crude export debate & key infrastructure developments

-Forecasted North American natural gas demand with an outlook of how that natural gas will be sourced

-The most up-to-date statistics & data available on the Natural Gas industry, including today’s main players

Natural Gas Course Outline

1.Introduction

2.Basic Concepts

3.Measurement

4.Resource Base

5.Resource Dynamics

6.Industry Overview

7.Mineral Rights

8.Exploration

9.Production

10.Transportation

11.Consumption

12.Market Dynamics

-Appendix A – Conversions

-Appendix B – Acronyms & Glossary

Key Learning Objectives

-Understand key terminology used in the industry

-Analyze domestic & global natural gas resources

-Understand the complete process from acquiring land for exploration to transportation to consumption of natural gas

-Understand various industry regulations

-Comprehension of trade & price management of natural gas in the world market

-Identify risks & challenges that arise from natural gas extraction, processing & delivery

-Examine & review environmental best practices & understand new challenges faced by industry from extracting natural gas from unconventional resources

Support Materials & Assessment Tools

-Full-color, up-to-date materials binder

-Industry-specific group activities, quizzes & access to videos shown in class

-Industry case studies & examples

-A certificate of attendance & completion of course. CPE credits on certificate.

Who Should Attend This Natural Gas Course?

-People new to the oil & gas industry

-Investors

-Land Owners

-Business Analysts

-Financial Planners

-Auditors

-Consultants

-Planning Advisors

-Policy Analysts

-Energy lawyers

Testimonials & Course Rating

Overall Rating for 2013: 4.4/5.0

-“Great course – employees should definitely take it – highly suggested in the first couple of years of employment.” – In-house course participant

-“It was a very useful course that had lots of information but at a level that was easy enough to understand for people without previous knowledge of the gas industry.” – Bonnie, in-house course participant

-“I enjoyed the course very much. I certainly increased my knowledge in midstream & transportation.” – In-house course participant

- “Comprehensive and relevant to my work.” – Calgary participant

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