Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) August 13, 2009
The Oxford Princeton Programme, the world's leading provider of education and training solutions to the energy, commodity and derivatives markets, is pleased to announce two brand new courses: Overview of and Opportunities in Latin American Crude Oil and Overview of and Opportunities in Latin American Natural Gas to debut in both North and South America.
"The rise in investment being injected into Latin America's energy sector, not to mention the growing presence of transnational companies operating there, speaks volumes to the region's potential to supply and meet global consumption," says Jobert E. Abueva, Global Marketing and North American Sales Director, The Oxford Princeton Programme. "These training events ensure a clear understanding of the business landscape and how best to address this lucrative market."
Overview of and Opportunities in Latin American Crude Oil (LACO)
12-13 November 2009 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
30 November - 1 December 2009 - Houston, TX
This workshop introduces participants to the Latin American crude oil market and the countries with the most significant operations. This course will also review the geopolitics, state-owned national oil companies (NOC's), and the regulatory environment specific to the most significant Latin American oil producing countries. The course will offer a special focus on crude oil operations, challenges and opportunities in Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, and Chile. The course addresses both independent (IOC) and national (NOC) Latin American oil companies and includes review of major regional upstream, downstream, and refining operations.
Overview of and Opportunities in Latin American Natural Gas (LANG)
2-3 December 2009 - Houston, TX
This workshop introduces participants to the Latin American natural gas market and the countries with the most significant opportunities and operations. This course will also review the geopolitics, pipeline structures, supply LNG initiatives, and storage. In addition, the course will review the regulatory environment specific to the most significant suppliers in Latin America. The course will offer a special focus on natural gas operations, pipeline structures, reserves, supply, challenges, and opportunities in Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, and Chile. The course addresses both independent (IOC) and national (NOC) Latin American natural gas producers.
Who should attend these courses?
Global energy-related companies engaged in the due diligence process for potential joint venture, partnership, concession, or other assessment opportunities in the Latin American crude oil or natural gas sectors. Any professional, in any discipline, seeking a better understanding of analyzing opportunities in the complex Latin American energy market would find these courses of interest including bankers, lawyers, analysts and other participants in the energy sector.
For complete course outlines visit http://www.oxfordprinceton.com and search for LACO and/or LANG.
Delegates will receive course materials, lunch and a certificate upon successful completion. Seats are limited to ensure proper in-depth coverage. For those with widespread company interest, this course may also be schedule as on-site presentation.
To access the complete training schedule for 2009 please visit http://www.oxfordprinceton.com
Please contact Andrew Infante for more information about this or any of The Oxford Princeton Programme's wide array of training options at +1 (609) 520-9099.
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The Oxford Princeton Programme, Inc., with regional offices in Princeton, NJ, Oxford, UK and Singapore, is the world's leading provider of education and training solutions to the energy, commodity and derivatives industries. In addition to PrincetonLive.com, which offers more than 25 energy and commodity web-based training modules, The Oxford Princeton Programme provides more than 70 instructor-led training courses. Designed for all levels of expertise, courses include views of oil, power, natural gas and a variety of other energy, commodity and derivatives topics.