The Oxford Princeton Programme Releases Exclusive Interviews with Energy Experts on 2017 Global Industry Outlook

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Limited-time complimentary access to expert faculty insight on oil prices, the natural gas and utility markets, OPEC, impact of the Trump administration on energy, and much more

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This compilation of interviews offers unique and exciting access to our organisation’s sharpest minds at this very critical moment in the energy industry.

Pioneers and market leaders in energy education and training, The Oxford Princeton Programme has released its latest Rapid Response presentation, The Executive and The Experts - Exclusive Interviews on the Global Energy Outlook in 2017. Seven members from their cadre of energy industry experts comment on the industry’s most pressing issues as we enter a pivotal year.

“Traditionally, our experts’ insight is reserved exclusively for our valued delegates in the classroom setting or through published industry writings,” states Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. “Therefore, this compilation of interviews offers unique and exciting access to our organisation’s sharpest minds at this very critical moment in the energy industry.”

Led by Clara Lippert Glenn, The Executive and The Experts - Exclusive Interviews on the Global Energy Outlook in 2017 guides readers through insightful conversations with Dr. Carlos Blanco of Black Swan Risk Advisors, Nigel Harris and Mary Jackson of Kingston Energy Consulting, Alan Herbst of Utilis Advisory Group, Malcolm Johnson of eMJay LNG, Larry Lawrence of Enterprise Risk Consulting and Zoe Young of Reeve Young Consulting.

To take advantage of this limited-time free offering, visit http://www.oxfordprincetonlive.com and search ‘EAE’ or click here.

About The Oxford Princeton Programme
The Oxford Princeton Programme provides the most effective and flexible approach to educating professionals worldwide on the business and trading of energy. With customisable programmes for on-site team training, more than 150 public courses in energy hubs globally, and an extensive library of online courses, The Oxford Princeton Programme is responsible for training a literal who’s who in oil, gas, power and much more. Courses are taught by renowned experts offering dynamic and interactive instruction. With more focus, experience, and depth of industry knowledge, The Oxford Princeton Programme provides today’s professionals with the tools and know-how for optimal performance. For more information, log onto http://www.oxfordprinceton.com.

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