Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) August 21, 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: Analyzing Energy Companies and Energy Project Finance to debut at the Magnolia Hotel in downtown Houston.
"These latest training titles ensure industry participants have the proper analytical tools and strategic know-how to make sound investments in the fast-changing energy sector," says Jobert E. Abueva, Global Marketing and North American Sales Director, The Oxford Princeton Programme. "We are pleased to launch these timely courses."
Analyzing Energy Companies (AEC)
14-15 December 2009
16 CPE credits
This workshop introduces participants to the basics of analyzing oil and gas companies from operational and financial perspectives. The course addresses independent (IOC) and national (NOC) oil companies including analysis of upstream, downstream, and refining operations. The course will teach how to analyze integrated oil majors and juniors from a financial perspective and also identify key components of the competitive, corporate governance, and regulatory landscapes for both IOCs and NOCs.
Who should attend?
Global energy-related companies engaged in the due diligence process for potential partnering, joint venture, or opportunity assessment in the energy sector. Energy company employees in finance, human resources, logistics, operations (downstream and upstream), strategy, and treasury also would benefit. Any professional seeking a better understanding of analyzing opportunities in the rapidly changing and increasingly complex crude oil industry would find the course beneficial. Such professionals could include analysts, bankers, lawyers or other industry participants
Energy Project Finance (APF)
16-17 December 2009
16 CPE credits
This course is designed to introduce participants to the process and the institutions necessarily involved in successfully securing project partners and funding specific to the energy sector. Participants will learn how to showcase and educate interested constituents about oil, gas, power, and renewables sector projects. The course will teach how to identify key industry constituents and make compelling cases to potential participants. The workshop will show how to transform financial and highly-technical information into convincing proposals appropriate for a variety of internal and external audiences. Participants will learn how to pull it all together in an effective information memorandum.
Who should attend?
Energy company personnel or other professionals seeking to obtain partnerships with third parties, obtain funding, or other forms of support from various global funding sources, sovereign investors, or other energy firms would benefit. This course will be valuable to energy company finance, marketing, operations (upstream and downstream), production, strategy, or treasury professionals engaged in the process of attracting partners, investors, or both, to further company goals and interests. This course is also of interest to analysts, bankers, lawyers, and other industry constituents.
For complete course outlines visit http://www.oxfordprinceton.com and search for AEC and/or APF.
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, these courses may also be scheduled as on-site presentations.
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 or via email ainfante(at)oxfordprinceton(dot)com.
ABOUT THE OXFORD PRINCETON PROGRAMME, INC.
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.