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• GTC Energy is focused on driving comprehensive solutions and business growth across the energy, oil and gas industry in emerging economies.

• GTC Energy is focused on driving comprehensive solutions and business growth across the energy, oil and gas industry in emerging economies.

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  • Driving excellenceacross the energy industryin emerging economiesTraining | Consultancy | Operations,Maintenance and Commissioningwww.gtcenergy.com
  • GTC Energy: Driving Excellence / 1 Welcome to GTC Energy Your capacity building partner GTC group has four divisions:ContentsWelcome to GTC Energy 01GTC Energy Overview 02 What Makes Us Unique? 03Our Understanding of Energy Market Challenges 03GTC Energy Business Solutions 04Case Studies 06Energy Training 10 academy consulting energy trainingEnergy Training Solutions 12Training Faculties 13Energy Consultancy 14Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning 18 Blending academic Achieving positive Driving excellence Equipping individuals,Training Calendar 22 theories with work outcomes through across the energy industry teams and organisationsTraining Destinations and Offices 34 based practice relevant objective-specific in emerging economies with the learning andTraining Programmes 36 to organisations expertise skills to achieve theirEnergy Management Faculty [GEM] 38 highest aspirations Project Management 39 Quality Management 41 Oil and Gas 42 Power and Electricity 47 Sustainability and Renewable 50 Policy, Law and Compliance 52 Economics and Markets 52 Logistics and Supply Chain HSES Management Faculty [HSM] 54 58 Our Philosophy Health and Safety Security and Risk 59 60 Driven by core values; networking Environment Operation Management Faculty [OPM] 61 63 to foster global excellence System Management 64 Commissioning and Maintenance 65GTC Energy Corporate Social Responsibility 66Booking Terms and Conditions 67 Our core values underpin everything Flexible DynamicContact Us 68 we do. We live them day by day. We’re utterly uncompromising in our We’re a ‘can-do’ company. We believe devotion to service. At the same time, that, by being focused and totally Professional we know that every energy project is committed, anything is possible. We deliver your investment in GTC Energy different. Adapting to your needs is with scrupulous integrity. We benchmark our first and last priority. Smart every project against strict standards We’re thought leaders. Where we go, of value and ethics. Best practice drives Passionate others follow. In a dynamic global energy everything we do. It’s not just about fulfilling the contract. industry, we set the pace, aligned with It’s about achieving real change for your commercial, political and environmental Approachable organisation, for the industry and for realities, and transform ideas into We’re well known for being open, friendly society at large. We’re passionate in our measurable results. and supportive. We take care to nurture pursuit of excellence. partnerships that foster trust.
  • 2 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence GTC Energy: Driving Excellence / 3 What Makes Us Unique?GTC Energy Overview Leveraging international experience,Enabling and driving energy business growth local expertise and know-howGTC Energy provides comprehensive, We know this industry inside out. Four assets make GTC Energy a Expertiseintegrated solutions to energy industries We draw on our group of companies’ unique consultancy partner in the Our extensive network of consultantsin emerging economies. unique combination of international energy industry. contributes intellectual and practical experience and local knowledge to help knowledge validated by extensiveWe offer and deliver training in a variety of you meet every one of the challenges Local understanding research and commercial experience.formats, and we can often tailor our you face in commissioning, operating We understand what it means toprogrammes to meet your organisation’s and maintaining effective energy operate oil and gas production facilities Innovationneeds. We take great care in selecting production facilities. in emerging economies: the standards, We understand and know how tohigh quality management trainers and risks and challenges that you face operate in the local environment.venues for delivery, paying special With access to wide-ranging intellectual in a dynamic economic, social and We provide innovative and realisticattention to location, facilities and and pragmatic expertise, GTC Energy political environment. solutions to ensure improvedservice standards. provides customised, cutting-edge performance and efficiency. technical training, consultancy and We start where you are and work withWe believe that our delegates deserve the operational support. You’ll find you to achieve your goals.best environment possible during their us working at the heart of the energylearning experience. industry in territories as diverse as International experience Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, UAE and UK. We work in four continents, combining international and local experience to help your organisation meet international and local energy standards. In a networked world, our project management experience is resolutely global. Market Challenges Helping you meet the challenges of a volatile market GTC Energy understands the • Understanding of new legal and  complex challenges faced by energy compliance requirements organisations in emerging economies. • Project implementation, monitoring  We can help you address these and management challenges to create effective and • Management of security issues  sustainable solutions that align with associated with production in new and local and international standards. volatile environments • Industrial management and operation  We help you to improve: performance • Management of the impact of  • Management of Corporate Social  climate change Responsibility (CSR) • Level of public/private collaboration  • Energy resource planning and  initiatives management • Awareness of available funding  channels, like Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and Project Finance Initiatives (PFI) • Risk management associated with  resource exploration and operation in volatile regions • Training of energy engineers and  operational specialists
  • 4 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence GTC Energy: Driving Excellence / 5 In applying GTC Energy’s global experience and innovative industryGTC Energy Business Solutions solutions, we deliver high quality, comprehensive operator specificMaximising resources and productivity training and troubleshooting solutions. We also impart industry HSES best practices to enhance the successful development and realisationfor the benefit of the energy industry of fully integrated processes. GTC Energy works in three areas to deliver customised, integrated energy solutions: Training •  orkshops, seminars, e-learning, m-learning W (mobile learning), webinars, support documentation •  rogrammes in: project and quality management, P oil and gas, electricity, logistics, supply chain management, law, compliance, Health, Safety, Environment and Security (HSES), pre- commissioning, facility maintenance and upgrade, energy economics To meet market challenges Energy Consultancy we aim to: •  artnering with clients to implement best P practice in: exploration, project implementation, •  rovide oil and gas plant operator specific P performance and resource management, HSES skill development and training operation standards •  orking with governments and regulatory bodies to W •  rovide plant pre/commissioning, P manage energy resources and enhance compliance start-up, operation and maintenance training and support •  upport energy project management S •  upport effective energy resource S management and accountability Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning •  romote sustainable energy development P •  upport in pre-commissioning of new oil S and social responsibility and gas projects and production facilities •  inimising risk in oil and gas production M •  romote energy industry Public Private P and operation by enhancing HSES industry Partnerships (PPP) standards and procedures •  upport energy industry legal compliance. S •  upport to maintain and upgrade existing S •  upport organisations to manage S oil and gas production facilities safe plant operation and implement HSES Procedures •  romote implementation of international P standards in the energy industry
  • 6 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence GTC Energy: Driving Excellence //7 GTC Energy: driving excellence 5Case Study: Case Study:Gas Plant Operation and Maintenance Oil and Gas Plant Project Management Scope of work: •  lant maintenance: construction P Scope of work: Methodology applied:Swamp area gathering for N-NLG To provide onsite plant operation capacity and commissioning phases To provide professional training for •  se of lecture materials and U Swamp area gathering for N-NLGT4/T5 gas supply EPC for upgrade training development for thirty-four • An introduction to offshore engineering thirty-four Nigeria Agip Oil Company classroom instruction T4/T5 gas supply EPC for upgradeof Ogbalnblrl Flow Station Nigeria Agip Oil Company (NAOC) project • Piping engineering (NAOC) project personnel (Non Operators) • Site instruction of Ogbalnblrl Flow Station personnel (Operators) at the Ogbainbiri • Natural gas engineering at the Ogbainbiri flow station. • On site hands-on trainingYear: 2009 flow station. • Rotating and running plant equipment • Site visits Year: 2009Client: Daewoo Nigeria Limited • Civil engineering The objectives of the training • Use of simulation software  Client: Daewoo Nigeria LimitedProject Owner: Nigeria Agip Oil The objectives of the project were: •  lectrical/safety engineering E project were: and computer hardware Project Owner: Nigeria Agip Oil CompanyCompany Ltd (NAOC) •  o familiarise NAOC personnel with T • To familiarise NAOC personnel  • Interactive workshops Ltd (NAOC)Duration: 12 weeks all aspects of the plant prior to the Challenges: (non-operators) with engineering • Materials, tools and samples for  Duration: 12 weeksLocation: Port Harcourt – Nigeria construction and commissioning • Security uncertainties working methods and tools demonstration purposes Location: Port Harcourt – Nigeria phases in order to prepare the operation •Acquiring relevant equipment  • To provide professional training Subject: Operator’s Specific start-up team for safe start-up and and materials within the trainees specific discipline Outcomes: Subject: Non Operator’s Specific TrainingTraining continued operation •  ecruiting professionals with the right R which included project planning, • GTC developed capacity of  • Training personnel to enable a smooth  blend of experience and expertise scheduling and control; thirty-four NAOC plant non operators and efficient handover of the plant • Logistics and transportation management strategies; personnel, fully acquainted with all and subsequent efficient operation and implementation techniques aspects of engineering working methods • Establishment of a training capability  Methodology applied: • Train non-operators on how to use plant  and tools, project management, plant to be carried out by NAOC or long-term • Classroom instruction software applications management software applications in order to enhance operation of • Site instruction • To familiarise non-operators with the  and familiarised with oil and gas the plant • On site hands-on training oil and gas industry outside of Nigeria industry operations. • Site visits by visiting vendors, fabrication yards, Operator specific training development • Use of simulation software project sites, offshore installations, etc provision including: • Interactive workshops •  verall plant and maintenance O Challenges: operation control systems, strategies Outcomes: • Security uncertainties for optimum plant performance •  TC developed operation capacity G •  cquiring relevant equipment A and enhancement of thirty-four NAOC plant operators, and materials • Plant operation: plant operating  personnel acquainted with of all aspects • Assistance recruiting professionals  parameters, quality control, ESD, fire of plant operation and maintenance with the right blend of experience management, gas and power generation skills to ensure smooth takeover, safe and expertise control systems and the power start-up and continued operation of the • Logistics and transportation management system (PMS) gas plant.
  • 8 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence GTC Energy: Driving Excellence //9 GTC Energy: driving excellence 5Case Study: Case Study:Gas Plant Commissioning and Upgrade Power/Electricity Management Scope of work: Methodology applied: Scope of training: • Blended learningSwamp area gas gathering for Aims and objectives of the project are • Classroom instruction To acquaint Pakistani Ministry of Power • Action plan: Reflective practice Electricity generation, distribution,N-NLG T4/T5 gas supply project to provide training for twelve engineers •  esign and plant operation D and Water delegates with all aspects • Case study transmission and tariff regulation for theEPC for ppgrading of Ogbainbiri in all aspects of plant commissioning process review of electricity generation, distribution, • Field trips Ministry of Power and Water, PakistanFlow Station and upgrades: • Practical operational training transmission and tariff regulation • Personal reflection • Interaction /Examination management. To ensure that delegates: • Anecdotal evidence Year: 2012Year: 2012 •  o acquaint personnel with all aspects of T • Attendance certificate on completion • Workshop interactive games Client: Ministry of Power and Water,Client: Daewoo Nigeria Limited Ob/Ob Gas Plant in order to prepare the • Develop an understanding of the  • Academic references Government of PakistanProject Owner: Nigeria Agip Oil operations team for Ogbainbiri project Planned Outcomes: electricity market in the UK and other • Group discussion Duration: 2 WeeksCompany Ltd (NAOC) specific training, including commissioning At the end of the training, field operations developed countries • Scenario discussion Location: LondonDuration: Phase 1 and 2 (8 weeks), and plant start up staff should be able to: • Develop an understanding on various  • Personal assessmentPhase 3 (7 Weeks) •  o enable smooth and efficient handover T methods of electricity generation, bothLocation: Port Harcourt – Nigeria of the plant, in order to ensure the robust •  dentify different component parts I technical and financial aspects Outcomes: management of operations of Ob/Ob Gas Plant installations • Understand renewable energy and  By the end of the programme,Subject: Operators’ Project •  o educate NAOC field operations T •  nderstand the sequence of U its transmission issues and solutions delegates were able to develop a betterSpecific Training staff on vendor equipment and operation, performance evaluation • Apply concepts of coal and wind  understanding of the electricity market safety requirements to allow and safety system energy generation in the UK and other developed efficient operation •  pply maintenance plans and A • Show an understanding of the electricity  countries and various methods of • To educate NAOC field operation staff  procedures distribution system electricity generation, both technical that the operating liability belongs •  e familiar with the equipment units B • Develop and understand the techniques  and financial aspects. Further, delegates always to the plant operator and operating procedures for analysis of tariffs and costs were acquainted with knowledge •  perate and control the unit O • Understand financial aspects of  on renewable energy, transmission Scope of training in ependently and efficiently d process related to electricity issues and solutions and coal and wind • Overview of plant process design •  ave knowledge of the equipment and H • Develop and understand the tools  energy generation. • Enumeration review about optimum  its related functioning unit with others for monitoring and intervention operation condition gas plant facilities • Understand the crucial role of  In addition, delegates were given an •  lant operation and P •  e acquainted with the optimal B the regulator opportunity to develop their knowledge maintenance procedures equipment efficiency with other existing • Develop practical skills in  and an understanding of electricity • Operating conditions gas plant facilities utility regulation distribution systems, techniques for • Emergency procedures review •  e knowledgeable on the emergency B analysis of tariffs and costs, financial • Project specific HSE for plant  shutdown requirements and normal Methodology applied: aspects of process related to the and operation operative procedures Using Middlesex University training electricity and the crucial role of the •  aintenance and troubleshooting review M framework, the following approaches regulator and utility regulation. were applied:
  • GTC Energy: Training Programmes / 11Energy Training
  • 12 / GTC Energy: Training Programmes GTC Energy: Training Programmes / 13Energy Training SolutionsCovering the full range of energy Training Facultiesindustry competencies Focusing our knowledge and expertiseGTC Energy offers a full range of unique • Develop a better understanding  GTC Energy organises its expertisecompetency-based training for operators, of renewable energy into three faculties. This collegiate Faculty 1: Energy Management [GEM]specialist engineers, managers and • Strengthen your functional knowledge  arrangement allows us to specialiseleaders. Our training approaches include: and skills and diversify as each project demands. Areas of focus: • Gain insight into the challenges facing  All training programmes delivered by GTC• International Training: London and Dubai energy industry managers in complex Energy follow the GTC accredited learning • Quality management•  egional Training: Lagos, Accra R global organisations framework by the University of Middlesex. • Project management and Nairobi • Motivate yourself and colleagues  • Oil and gas• Local Training • Improve technical and  • Power and electricity• Tailored Training engineering skills • Grow an awareness of sustainability,  • Sustainability and renewable energyOur training solutions deliver uniquely Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) • Policy, law and compliancerelevant benefits. Whatever your and environmental management • Economics and market analysismanagerial level, we can help you: • Network with a diverse, international  energy industry peer group •  ogistics and supply chain management L•  nderstand the structure of the energy U industry in emerging economies•  eview the global trends and challenges R in the industry Faculty 2: Health Safety Environment and•  omprehend the fundamentals C Security Management [HSM] of operation and management in energy production and distribution•  cquire new management techniques A Areas of focus: and tools relevant to the energy industry • Health and safety•  earn new approaches and L • Security and risk management perspectives in managing oil and gas exploration and production projects • Environment impact evaluation Faculty 3: Operation Management [OPM] Areas of focus: • Exploration and production • Petroleum and chemical engineering • System upgrade and management • Commissioning and maintenance
  • Energy Consultancy / 15Energy Consultancy
  • 16 / GTC Energy: Energy Consultancy GTC Energy: Energy Consultancy / 17 GTC Energy has a proven consultancy methodology thatEnergy Consultancy combines pragmatic experience gained in the field withDeveloping knowledge and skills to generate proven and respected managerial techniques. We can put our comprehensive understanding of the energy industry to workexcellence in energy management for you in every aspect of your operations. Training Foster awareness: • Sustainability • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) • Environmental management Industry Deliver insight: • Industry structure • Global trends and business challenges • Development challenges GTC Energy offers seven core • Regulation and risk, standards management consultancy services: • Improved stakeholder communication • Energy project management • Energy procurement logistics and supply chain management • Pre-commissioning and commissioning • Sustainability and renewable Organisation energy management Improve performance: • Raise skills levels • Exploration and production feasibility analysis • Foster engineering best practice • Improve operational and business • Environmental impact management management • Risk, security and safety management To discuss your consultancy needs and requirements, contact us at +44 (0)20 3266 1001 or email: enquiries@gtcenergy.com
  • Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning / 19Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning
  • 20 / GTC Energy: Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning GTC Energy: Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning / 21 GTC Energy provides an integrated Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning service throughout the lifetime of a project, ensuring a fully consistent, Acting as a service provider cost-effective solution at every stage. throughout the projectOperations• nstalling and operating modern, effective and I Commissioning efficient systems • Analysing market demand•  raining and coaching production and distribution teams T • Ensuring adequate commissioning of •  uilding operator skills and competencies B oil and gas production facilities • Managing safety throughout exploration • ncreasing productivity through effective supply chain I and commissioning planning and management • Implementing pre/post-commissioning •  nhancing collaboration between management, E procedures fully • Installing modern technologies to  production and distribution enhance performance•  raining operators and non-operators on specific T • Improving coordination between design,  operations including plant safe start-up and handover engineering and construction• Advising on HSE and risk management specifics • Enhancing communication between  project teams • Meeting HSES standards Operation • Installing and operating modern, Maintenance effective and efficient systems •  raining and coaching production and T• mproving operational safety management I distribution teams• mplementing efficient and effective servicing and I • Building operator skills and competencies  maintenance procedures to reduce costs • Increasing productivity through effective •  eveloping comprehensive documentation systems, D supply-chain planning and management • Enhancing collaboration between  processes, facilities, equipment and utilities management, production and distribution•  upporting installation of modern plant technologies S and equipment including upgrades Maintenance • mproving operational safety management I • mplementing efficient and effective servicing I and maintenance procedures to reduce costs •  eveloping comprehensive documentation: DCommissioning systems, processes, facilities, equipment, utilities• Oil and gas plant pre-commissioning training•  nsuring adequate commissioning of oil and gas production facilities E•  anaging safety throughout exploration and commissioning M• mplementing pre commissioning procedures I• nstalling modern technologies to enhance performance I• mproving coordination between design, engineering and construction I•  nhancing communication between project teams E• Meeting HSES standards To discuss your operations, maintenance and commissioning needs, contact us at +(44) 020 3266 1001 or email: enquiries@gtcenergy.com
  • GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 23Training Calendar 2013
  • 24 / GTC Energy: Training Calendar GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 25 February March continued Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles London 4 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM81 Energy Management Distribution and Operation Change London 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 and Practices Management GEM06 Energy Management Energy Project and Operation Management London 4 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management Dubai 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 HSM08 HSES Management Energy Project Risk Management London 4 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management Dubai 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Dubai 11 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM06 Energy Management Energy Project and Operation Management London 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 (Oil and Gas) GEM07 Energy Management Energy Project Portfolio Management London 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 GEM62 Energy Management Quality Management (Energy Industry) London 11 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles London 18 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM10 Energy Management Energy Industry Quality and Standards London 11 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 and Practices Management GEM37 Energy Management Nigerian Electricity Industry Supply Lagos 25 Mar 2013 $900 49 GEM72 Energy Management Sustainable Energy Development London 18 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 Management GEM71 Energy Management Strategic Development and Operation of London 18 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 GEM43 Energy Management Petroleum Supply Chain Management London 25 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 Renewable Energy GEM28 Energy Management LNG Distribution Management London 25 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 $900 42 GEM65 Energy Management Outsourcing and Procurement Management London 18 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 (Energy Industry) GEM45 Energy Management Introduction to Renewable Energy London 25 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 Management GEM42 Energy Management Logistics Procurement Management London 18 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 (Energy Industry) GEM46 Energy Management Renewable Energy Operation Management London 25 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 $900 50 GEM16 Energy Management Fundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation Dubai 25 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 and Pricing April GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management Dubai 25 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM35 Energy Management Power Project Management London 25 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 GEM39 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain London 1 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management London 25 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 Management GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management London 25 Feb 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM63 Energy Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management London 1 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 for Oil and Gas GEM40 Energy Management LNG Supply Chain Management Lagos 25 Feb 2013 $900 54 GEM29 Energy Management Oil and Gas Project and Operation London 1 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 Management March HSM05 HSES Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management London 1 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM20 Energy Management Global Oil and Gas Management London 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 and Practices GEM25 Energy Management Oil and Gas Business Development London 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 GEM45 Energy Management Introduction to Renewable Energy Dubai 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Accra 4 Mar 2013 $900 39 Management (Oil and Gas) GEM47 Energy Management Energy and Sustainability Management Dubai 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM40 Energy Management LNG Supply Chain Management Dubai 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 HSM13 HSES Management Energy Environment Impact Management London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 GEM28 Energy Management LNG Distribution Management Dubai 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM32 Energy Management Strategic Management of Power Industry London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 49 GEM34 Energy Management Power Industry Planning and Management London 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 GEM30 Energy Management Power Market and Infrastructure London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM36 Energy Management Power Supply Planning and Contracting London 4 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 Management GEM13 Energy Management Oil and Gas Economic and Finance London 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM44 Energy Management Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) London 8 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 in Energy Industry GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management Dubai 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 OPM07 Operation Plant Commissioning Management London 15 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 GEM66 Energy Management Energy Project Economics and Dubai 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 Management Decision Analysis OPM06 Operation Production Pre-Commissioning London 15 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 GEM77 Energy Management Energy Industry Lean and Six London 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 Management Management Sigma Processes OPM09 Operation LNG Commissioning Management London 15 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 OPM04 Operation Piping System Management London 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 Management Management GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management London 15 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 OPM10 Operation Oil and Gas Processing Management London 11 Mar 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 Management GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market London 15 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management Lagos 15 Apr 2013 $900 48 GEM20 Energy Management Global Oil and Gas Management Dubai 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44
  • 26 / GTC Energy: Training Calendar GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 27 April continued May continued Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM60 Energy Management Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) Dubai 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management Dubai 20 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management London 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM48 Energy Management Low Carbon Energy Economics London 27 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 52 GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management London 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM64 Energy Management Economics of Renewable Energy London 27 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 52 GEM47 Energy Management Energy and Sustainable Management London 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM71 Energy Management Strategic Development and Operation London 27 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 of Renewable Energy HSM11 HSES Management Managing Energy Green Policies London 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 62 GEM17 Energy Management Energy Development and Environment London 27 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 HSM10 HSES Management Environmental Crisis Management London 22 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 62 Management ( Oil and Gas) GEM71 Energy Management Strategic Development and Operation Nairobi 27 May 2013 $900 51 GEM77 Energy Management Energy Industry Lean and Six Sigma London 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 of Renewable Energy Processes GEM78 Energy Management Production and Outsourcing Management London 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 GEM77 Energy Management Energy Industry Lean and Six Sigma London 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 June Processes Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management Nairobi 29 Apr 2013 $900 48 GEM07 Energy Management Energy Portfolio Management London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 HSM08 HSES Management Energy Project Risk Management Dubai 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 HSM04 HSES Management HSE Management (Oil and Gas) London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 HSM09 HSES Management Petroleum Project Risk Management Dubai 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management Dubai 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 HSM01 HSES Management Energy HSE Management London 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 GEM60 Energy Management Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) Dubai 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 HSM03 HSES Management Offshore Operation Safety Management London 29 Apr 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM07 Energy Management Energy Project Portfolio Management London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 HSM01 HSES Management Energy HSE Management London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 May HSM02 HSES Management Process Safety Management London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg OPM10 Operation Oil and Gas Processing Management London 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 Management GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles London 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 and Practices OPM04 Operation Piping System Management Dubai 3 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 Management GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management London 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 (Oil and Gas) OPM10 Operation Oil and Gas Processing Management Dubai 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 Management GEM13 Energy Management Oil and Gas Economic and Finance Dubai 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 HSM06 HSES Management Onshore and Offshore HSE Management London 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM16 Energy Management Fundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation Dubai 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 and Pricing GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management London 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 HSM06 HSES Management Onshore and Offshore HSE Management London 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management London 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 HSM05 HSES Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management London 6 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 HSM05 HSES Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management London 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM36 Energy Management Power Supply Planning and Contracting London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM06 Energy Management Energy Project and Operation Management London 10 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM38 Energy Management Power Distribution Management London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM44 Energy Management Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Lagos 10 Jun 2013 $900 50 in Energy Industry HSM14 HSES Management LNG Distribution Safety Management London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 GEM07 Energy Management Energy Portfolio Management Dubai 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management Lagos 13 May 2013 $900 47 GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles Dubai 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 and Practices GEM28 Energy Management LNG Distribution Management London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM11 Energy Management Energy Market Risk Management London 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM16 Energy Management Fundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation London 13 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM17 Energy Management Energy Commodity Market London 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 and Pricing GEM64 Energy Management Economics of Renewable Energy London 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 52 GEM47 Energy Management Energy and Sustainability Management Dubai 20 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM65 Energy Management Outsourcing and Procurement Management London 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 GEM17 Energy Management Energy Commodity Market London 20 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 (Energy Industry) GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management Accra 20 May 2013 $900 48 GEM42 Energy Management Logistics Procurement Management London 17 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 (Energy Industry) GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management Dubai 20 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM80 Energy Management Energy Industry Storage and Distribution London 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 57 GEM10 Energy Management Energy Industry Quality and Standards London 20 May 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 Management Management GEM76 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy London 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 GEM62 Energy Management Quality Management (Energy Industry) London 20/05/2013 £3,700 £2,000 41
  • 28 / GTC Energy: Training Calendar GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 29 June continued July continued Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg HSM12 HSES Management Managing Global Energy Environment London 24 June 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 GEM82 Energy Management Power Project Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 Standards GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 HSM13 HSES Management Energy Environment Impact Management London 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 OPM10 Operation Oil and Gas Processing Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 64 HSM15 HSES Management Energy and Environmental Management London 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 Management GEM63 Energy Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management for Dubai 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 OPM09 Operation LNG Commissioning Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 Oil and Gas Management GEM39 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain Dubai 24 Jun 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management London 22 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 Management GEM29 Energy Management Oil and Gas Project and Operation London 22 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 Management July GEM28 Energy Management LNG Distribution Management London 22 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM62 Energy Management Quality Management (Energy Industry) London 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 August GEM22 Energy Management Quality Management ( Oil and Gas) London 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management London 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM16 Energy Management Fundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation Dubai 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 and Pricing GEM79 Energy Management Logistics and Operation Management London 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 57 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management London 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM81 Energy Management Distribution and Operation Change London 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 (Oil and Gas) Management GEM59 Energy Management Fundamentals of LNG Industry London 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM09 Energy Management Strategic Planning and Development Dubai 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 46 for Oil Industry GEM60 Energy Management Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) London 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM25 Energy Management Oil and Gas Business Development Dubai 1 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 GEM06 Energy Management Energy Project and Operation Management London 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM32 Energy Management Strategic Management of Power Industry London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 49 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management Dubai 5 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM30 Energy Management Power Market and Infrastructure London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market London 12 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 Management GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management Nairobi 12 Aug 2013 $900 42 GEM65 Energy Management Outsourcing and Procurement Management London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 (Energy Industry) GEM66 Energy Management Energy Project Economics and Decision London 12 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 Analysis GEM78 Energy Management Production and Outsourcing Management London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 GEM71 Energy Management Strategic Development and Operation Accra 12 Aug 2013 $900 51 GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles and London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 of Renewable Energy Practices GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management London 12 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 HSM08 HSES Management Energy Project Risk Management London 4 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management London 12 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market London 8 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 OPM09 Operation LNG Commissioning Management Dubai 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management London 8 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 Management GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management Lagos 8 Jul 2013 $900 43 OPM07 Operation Plant Commissioning Management Dubai 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 65 Management GEM18 Energy Management Emerging Market Petroleum Economics London 8 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 HSM15 HSES Management Energy and Environmental Management London 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 GEM31 Energy Management Power and Electricity Project Management Nairobi 8 Jul 2013 $900 48 HSM10 HSES Management Environmental Crisis Management (Oil and Gas) London 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 62 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management London 8 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM11 Energy Management Energy Market Risk Management London 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM10 Energy Management Energy Industry Quality and Standards Dubai 8 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 Management GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management London 19 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Accra 15 Jul 2013 $900 39 HSM14 HSES Management LNG Distribution Safety Management London 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 (Oil and Gas) GEM77 Energy Management Energy Industry Lean and Six Sigma London 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 Processes GEM72 Energy Management Sustainable Energy Development London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 HSM14 HSES Management LNG Distribution Safety Management London 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 GEM73 Energy Management Energy Efficiency and Sustainability London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 GEM78 Energy Management Production and Outsourcing Management London 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 Management GEM73 Energy Management Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Dubai 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management London 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 Management GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market Dubai 15 Jul 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53
  • 30 / GTC Energy: Training Calendar GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 31 September October Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg HSM15 HSES Management Energy and Environmental Management Dubai 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 GEM22 Energy Management Quality Management ( Oil and Gas) Dubai 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 GEM72 Energy Management Sustainable Energy Development Dubai 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 GEM26 Energy Management Oil and Gas Production Management Dubai 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 HSM03 HSES Management Offshore Operation Safety Management London 26 Aug 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM21 Energy Management LNG Industry Management London 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 GEM40 Energy Management LNG Supply Chain Management London 2 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 GEM39 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain London 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 Management GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management Dubai 2 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM63 Energy Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management London 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 GEM29 Energy Management Oil and Gas Project and Operation Accra 2 Sept 2013 $900 39 for Oil and Gas Management GEM60 Energy Management Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) London 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM63 Energy Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management for London 2 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 Oil and Gas GEM59 Energy Management Fundamentals of LNG Industry London 7 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM42 Energy Management Logistic Procurement Management London 2 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 GEM07 Energy Management Energy Project Portfolio Management Dubai 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 40 (Energy Industry) GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management Accra 14 Oct 2013 $900 48 GEM76 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy London 2 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 GEM47 Energy Management Energy and Sustainability Management London 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM35 Energy Management Strategic Power Project Management London 9 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 47 GEM10 Energy Management Energy Industry Quality and Standards London 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management London 9 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 Management GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market London 9 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM62 Energy Management Quality Management (Energy Industry) London 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 GEM61 Energy Management Oil and Gas Business Management London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Dubai 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM20 Energy Management Global Oil and Gas Management London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 (Oil and Gas) GEM07 Energy Management Energy Project Portfolio Management Lagos 16 Sept 2013 $900 40 HSM09 HSES Management Petroleum Project Risk Management London 14 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM46 Energy Management Renewable Energy Operation Management London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50 GEM37 Energy Management Nigerian Electricity Industry Supply Lagos 14 Oct 2013 $900 49 Management GEM48 Energy Management Low Carbon Energy Economics London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 $900 52 GEM43 Energy Management Petroleum Supply Chain Management Dubai 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 55 GEM75 Energy Management Carbon Management Economics and Trading London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 54 GEM26 Energy Management Oil and Gas Production Management Dubai 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 44 GEM64 Energy Management Economics of Renewable Energy London 16 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 52 GEM33 Energy Management Power Development and Project Management London 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 GEM73 Energy Management Energy Efficiency and Sustainability London 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 51 Management GEM82 Energy Management Power Project Management London 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 GEM45 Energy Management Introduction to Renewable Energy London 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 52 GEM80 Energy Management Energy Industry Storage and Distribution London 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 57 Management HSM05 HSES Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management Dubai 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 GEM76 Energy Management Energy Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy London 21 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 HSM03 HSES Management Offshore Operation Safety Management Dubai 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 HSM05 HSES Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management London 28 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 60 HSM14 HSES Management LNG Distribution Safety Management London 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 HSM13 HSES Management Energy Environment Impact Management London 28 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 HSM02 HSES Management Process Safety Management London 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 GEM12 Energy Management Energy Trading and Market Management London 28 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Nairobi 23 Sept 2013 $900 39 (Oil and Gas) GEM16 Energy Management Fundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation London 28 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 42 and Pricing HSM01 HSES Management Energy HSE Management London 23 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 59 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management Dubai 28 Oct 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM34 Energy Management Power Industry Planning and Management London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 48 GEM32 Energy Management Strategic Management of Power Industry London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 49 GEM79 Energy Management Logistics and Operation Management London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 57 November GEM81 Energy Management Distribution and Operation Change London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 56 Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg Management GEM03 Energy Management Energy Project Management: Principles Dubai 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 39 HSM13 HSES Management Energy Environment Impact Management London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 61 and Practices HSM10 HSES Management Environmental Crisis Management London 30 Sept 2013 £3,700 £2,000 62 GEM23 Energy Management Portfolio Management (Oil and Gas) Dubai 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 46 (Oil and Gas) GEM27 Energy Management Introduction to LNG Industry London 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 44 GEM59 Energy Management Fundamentals of LNG Industry London 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM60 Energy Management Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) London 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 45 GEM13 Energy Management Oil and Gas Economic and Finance London 4 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM14 Energy Management Petroleum Economics and Management London 11 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 43
  • 32 / GTC Energy: Training Calendar GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 33 November continued Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM63 Energy Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management London 11 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 55 for Oil and Gas GEM43 Energy Management Petroleum Supply Chain Management London 11 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 55 How to book a programme GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Nairobi 18 Nov 2012 $900 39 1. Register your interest online at www.gtcenergy.com (Oil and Gas) 2. Contact your local GTC office (Dubai, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria) GEM29 Energy Management Oil and Gas Project and Operation Dubai 18 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 39 (See page 68) Management 3. Contact our international office in London ( See page 68) GEM01 Energy Management Introduction to Project Management Dubai 18 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 39 (Oil and Gas) GEM66 Energy Management Energy Project and Economics Decision London 18 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 40 Analysis GEM15 Energy Management Energy Economic and Power Market London 18 Nov 2012 £3,700 £2,000 53 GEM10 Energy Management Energy Industry Quality and Standards London 25 Nov 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 Management GEM22 Energy Management Quality Management ( Oil and Gas) London 25 Nov 2013 £3,700 £2,000 41 GEM18 Energy Management Emerging Market Petroleum Economics London 25 Nov 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM19 Energy Management Petroleum Market Management London 25 Nov 2013 £3,700 £2,000 43 December Code Faculty Programme Location Start date 2 weeks 1 week 3 days Pg GEM66 Energy Management Energy Project Economics and Decision Dubai 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 40 Analysis GEM06 Energy Management Energy Project and Operation Management Dubai 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 39 GEM18 Energy Management Emerging Market Petroleum Economics London 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 43 GEM43 Energy Management Petroleum Supply Chain Management London 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 55 GEM45 Energy Management Introduction to Renewable Energy London 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 50 Management HSM12 HSES Management Managing Global Energy Environment London 02 Dec 2012 £3,700 £2,000 61 Standards GEM47 Energy Management Energy and Sustainability Management London 09 Dec 2013 £3,700 £2,000 50
  • 34 / GTC Energy: Training Destinations and Offices GTC Energy: Training Destinations and Offices / 35Training Destinations and OfficesGTC Energy is a truly global player. We deliver ourservices internationally and regionally.International Regional• UK: London • Nigeria: Lagos• UAE: Dubai • Ghana: Accra • Kenya: Nairobi London, UK Dubai, UAE Lagos, Nigeria Accra, Ghana Nairobi, Kenya
  • GTC Energy: Training Programmes / 37Training Programmes 2013
  • 38 / Energy Management Programmes Project Management Programmes / 39 Project Management Introduction to Project Management (Oil and Gas) Oil and Gas Project and Operation Management Programme Overview Programme Overview This programme is designed to provide oil and gas industry professionals This programme aims to provide oil and gas industry professionals with a with an integrated approach to project management, covering a range comprehensive understanding of operations, logistical, supply chain and of topics from concepts, planning, tools and techniques of project project management.The programme will enable delegates to develop management knowledge to project manager leadership skills. their ability and knowledge of world class project management tools, approaches and techniques to enhance business operational performance. Who Should Attend? This programme is open to a wide variety of professionals in various Who Should Attend? disciplines and non-technical support staff, such as, project engineers, This programme is designed for a multi-disciplined audience from project project owners, project contractors key personnel, contracts and operations sectors of the energy industry, including both professional procurement, commercial and supply chain managers, investment and support staff. Attendees should include: and business analysts, risk managers and auditors, operations, •  anagers, supervisors and project team members involved M maintenance and plant managers and management systems in planning, implementing, supervising and directing projectsTraining Programmes: consultants in the oil and gas industry. •  pstream professionals, such as engineers, geoscientists and planners U • Downstream professionals, such as facility engineers and plannersEnergy Programme Outcomes •  orporate and asset managers involved in acquisitions, disposals and C By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key business re-engineering projects attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • The link between organisation strategy and projects Programme Outcomes •  sing Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) to segregate projects U By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes into manageable sections and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  pplying estimating techniques and critical path analysis A • The latest thinking in managing new energy projects • The importance of risk management •  ssessing the latest trends in product specifications, process unit yields AManagement •  he importance of the control cycle in managing projects T and refining schemes • Developing new operation management tools and techniques Key Programme Highlights • Scheduling and managing project resources effectively • Managing human resources • Organisational culture Key Programme Highlights • Developing successful teams • Project management and processes (oil and gas industry) • Coaching/mentoring for HR professionals • Operation management in action(GEM) • Organisational design and effectiveness • Quantifying project risks and opportunities • Project networks and critical path analysis • Oil and gas business processes management Energy Project Management: Principles Energy Project and Operation Management and Practices Programme Overview Programme Overview This programme aims to provide delegates with an understanding This programme provides delegates with an integrated approach to of operation, logistics, supply chain and project management. managing energy projects covering the concepts, tools and techniques The programme will enable delegates to develop the ability and of project management based on the elements of the project knowledge to use world class project management tools, approaches management body of knowledge. and techniques to enhance business operational performance.Contents Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?Project Management 39 Energy industry planners, project operators, stakeholders, designers, This programme is designed for:Quality Management 41 project managers, business managers, consultants, project analysts, •  anagers, supervisors and project team members involved in MOil and Gas 42 senior executives, project team members, members of project planning, implementing, supervising and directing projectsPower and Electricity 47 management office, project customers, functional managers, trainers, • Upstream professionals, such as engineers, geoscientists and plannersSustainability and Renewable Management 50 and researchers. • Downstream professionals, such as facility engineers and plannersPolicy, Law and Compliance 52 •  orporate and asset managers involved in acquisitions, disposals and CEconomics and Markets 52 Programme Outcomes business re-engineering projectsLogistics and Supply Chain 54 By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: Programme Outcomes • Effectively managing stakeholders’ involvement in a project By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  roject planning and scheduling using Work Breakdown P attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: Structures (WBS) • The latest thinking in managing new energy projects •  he importance of risk management T •  ssessing the latest trends in product specifications, process unit A •  se practical tools to identify and manage a project’s risks U yields and refining scheme • Settting up an effective quality management approach for a project • Developing new operation management tools and techniques •  sing project management tools to create a project schedule to meet U • Scheduling and managing project resources effectively goals, deliverables and resource constraints Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights • Project management (oil and gas industry) • Introduction to project management principles • Operation management in action • The project management process • Overview of project management process •  roject planning, development, scheduling, estimating, P • Project structures: activity stages and decision gates monitoring and costs control • Energy business processes management • Project risk management • Project team management • Field visits and study tours
  • 40 / Project Management Programmes Quality Management Programmes / 41Project Management Quality ManagementEnergy Project Portfolio Management Energy Project Economics and Decision Analysis Energy Industry Quality and Standards Quality Management (Oil and Gas) ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme covers concepts, tools and techniques of programme This programme provides energy industry delegates with the Programme Overview This programme is developed to provide oil and gas professionalsand project management based on the elements of the project opportunity to develop enhanced economic analytical skills in order This programme is developed to provide energy professionals with with a comprehensive understanding and focuses on Total Qualitymanagement body of knowledge. The programme will acquaint to understand project management finance and economic theories, a comprehensive understanding and focuses on energy industry Management (TQM), strategic quality management, performancedelegates with portfolio management skills and tools, taking into techniques and the implications of project financing decisions in the international management standards, Total Quality Management management and quality improvement alongside relevant tools,account the strategies and objectives of the business unit organisation, energy industry. (TQM), strategic quality management, performance management techniques, models and frameworks.changes in internal or external conditions (e.g. market, regulatory), and quality improvement alongside relevant tools, techniques,business and project performance, status, planned benefits, risks and Who Should Attend? models and frameworks. Who Should Attend?challenges across the projects and programmes. Energy management specialists, planning managers, oil and gas Suitable for oil and gas professionals who wish to develop knowledge, engineers, project managers, analysts, commercial managers, Who Should Attend? understanding and business management skills in the fields of qualityWho Should Attend? economists, government officials, geologists, business advisors, asset Suitable for energy, oil and gas professionals who wish to develop a management and business improvement.Energy industry planners, project operators, stakeholders, designers, managers, Exploration and Production (E&P) managers and product knowledge, understanding and business management skills in theproject managers, business managers, consultants, project analysts, managers. fields of quality management and business improvement, energy Programme Outcomessenior executives, project team members, members of project management specialists, planning managers, oil and gas engineers, By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keymanagement office, project customers, functional managers, trainers, Programme Outcomes project managers, analysts, commercial managers, economists, attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:and researchers. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key government officials, geologists, business advisors, asset managers, • The latest management thinking attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: E&P managers and product managers. • TQM international standards, policy and regulationsProgramme Outcomes •  ow to devise and implement effective economic plans and strategies H •  sing world class techniques to enhance business UBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key for the industry Programme Outcomes operational performanceattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  ppreciation of the economic and commercial aspects and cost A By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  ssessing the latest trends in product specifications, process unit A• Planning and managing several energy projects effectively structures associated with energy projects attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: yields and refining scheme•  lanning and scheduling using Work Breakdown P • Recognising energy project pricing structure •  nergy industry TQM international standards, policy and regulations E Structures (WBS) •  nergy finance and economics management theories and their effect E •  se of world class techniques to enhance business U Key Programme Highlights• The importance of tools in managing project risks on the future industry operational performance • Introduction to ISO 29001 oil and gas standards• Effective quality management approaches •  ssessing the latest trends in product specifications, process unit A • Energy, oil and gas international trading standards Key Programme Highlights yields and refining scheme • Total Quality Management (TQM) principles and practicesKey Programme Highlights • Energy market overview • International quality management and control techniques • Operation management in action• Introduction to project management principles • Introduction to decision analysis • Petroleum business processes management• Portfolio management • Project management: principles and practices Key Programme Highlights• Project risk management • Global energy economic demand management • Energy management international standards• Strategic project management • Strategic decision making in energy business • Introduction to ISO 50001 energy management standards• Management economics • Total Quality Management (TQM) in energy industry • Quality improvement management • Energy industry standards and regulations Quality Management (Energy Industry) Project Management Tailored Training Programme For further details or booking regarding Energy Quality and Standards Management these tailored programmes, please contact Programme Overview Tailored Training Programme We offer the following: • ntroduction to Energy Project Portfolio Management I us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: This programme is developed to provide energy professionals with a comprehensive understanding and focuses on Total Quality We offer the following: (Principles and Practices) enquiries@gtcenegy.com Management (TQM), strategic quality management, performance • Total Quality Management (TQM) in Energy Industry • Energy Project Finance (PPP and PFI) management and quality improvement alongside relevant tools, • Introduction to ISO 9001 Quality Management • Advance Energy Management techniques, models and frameworks • Implementing ISO 9001 Quality Management System • Energy Industry Procurement Management • Introduction to Quality Management Systems • Energy Industry Strategic Planning and Development Who Should Attend? • ISO TS 29001 Quality Management System • Project Costing, Planning and Scheduling (Energy Industry) Suitable for oil and gas professionals who wish to develop knowledge, • Managing Quality in Energy Sector • PRINCE 2 Training for Oil and Gas understanding and business management skills in the fields of quality • Introduction to ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard • Power Project Planning and Implementation management, control and business improvement. • Energy Management System Fundamentals • Project Management Strategy • Project Implementation and Control Programme Outcomes • Oil and Gas Project Risk Management By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key For further details or booking regarding • Project and Quality Management in the Energy Industry attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: these tailored programmes, please contact •  otal Quality Management international standards, policy T us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: and regulations •  he ability to use world class techniques to enhance business T enquiries@gtcenegy.com operational performance •  evelopment of effective quality monitoring policies and framework D Key Programme Highlights • Introduction to Total Quality Management (TQM) • Quality improvement management • Quality and environment management system • Operation management in action • Energy quality control management
  • 42 / Oil and Gas Programmes Oil and Gas Programmes / 43OIL and GAS OIL and GASLNG Industry Management LNG Distribution Management Oil and Gas Economic and Finance Petroleum Economics and ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme has been developed to provide LNG industry This training programme provides LNG management professionals This programme provides delegates with the opportunity to develop This programme provides delegates with the opportunity to developprofessionals with a comprehensive overview of the industry. with a comprehensive overview of the LNG distribution, supply chain appropriate analytical skills in order to understand corporate finance appropriate management economic analytical skills in order toDelegates will gain an appreciation of changing industry dynamics and safety management from upstream exploration and production theory, techniques and the implications of corporate financing understand corporate finance theory, techniques and the implicationsand the key issues affecting its development and future. to downstream refining, sales and marketing. Delegates will gain an decisions in the energy industry. of corporate financing decisions in the energy industry. overview of processes and technology in the LNG distribution chain,Who Should Attend? case studies and reflections. Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?LNG industry professionals, investment managers, analysts, traders, This programme is designed for delegates who wish to develop and This programme is designed for delegates who wish to develop andgovernmental officials, industry bodies and development agency Who Should Attend? enhance financial skills to allow them to analyse and conduct a range enhance economic and financial skills to allow them to analyse andstaff, economists, financiers and legal professionals supporting Professionals in the oil and gas industry including operation, logistics, of economic and financial management approaches relevant to conduct a range of economic and financial management approachesthe industry, together with management consultants providing supply chain and business development managers, contract negotiators, the industry. relevant to the industry.services to LNG companies. business analysts, government officials in the energy institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. Programme Outcomes Programme OutcomesProgramme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  evising and implementing effective industry economic plans D •  evising and implementing effective industry economic plans D• LNG economic and project planning attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: and strategies and strategies•  NG exploration and production processes, techniques L • LNG economic, fiscal and project planning •  ppreciating the economic and commercial aspects and cost A •  ppreciating the economic and commercial aspects and cost A and associated risks •  NG exploration and production processes, techniques and L structures associated with oil industry and projects structure associated with oil industry and projects• The dynamics of natural gas markets associated risks •  urrent energy project finance structures, requirements C •  urrent energy project finance structures, requirements C• Gas trading market, refining, pricing and hedging approaches • Natural gas market issues and industry mechanism and framework and framework • LNG safety management • Oil and gas finance and economics management theories •  nergy finance and economics management theories and EKey Programme Highlights assets evaluation• Overview of LNG markets Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights• LNG exploration management • Overview of LNG industry • Oil and gas economic and finance fundamentals Key Programme Highlights• LNG and crude oil production and development • LNG distribution and supply management • Oil and gas management economics and markets • Introduction to petroleum economics: principles and definitions• Market management (LNG Industry) • Logistics and operation management • Introduction to capital markets and finance • Oil and gas management economic • LNG production, storage and distribution risk management • Energy economics and development • Petroleum market management • Upstream management and business accounting • Petroleum pricing and costing • Exploration and producing economicsFundamentals of Crude Oil Valuation and Pricing Offshore Operation Safety Management Emerging Market Petroleum Economics Petroleum Market ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is designed to expose energy trading and finance This programme is intended to provide awareness of various aspects This programme has been developed to enhance delegates’ knowledge This programme has been developed to provide delegates with skillsprofessionals to an overview of energy commodity market of offshore safety management processes, risk assessment tools to better understand the emerging petroleum market industry’s enabling them to analyse various economic factors, equity marketsmanagement, derivatives markets and trading in an applied context. and techniques that are applied by petroleum, gas exploration and financial corporate structures and global markets. The programme’s and emerging economies to help weigh risk and uncertainty when production organisations. equity delegates will learn skills enabling them to analyse various evaluating and choosing optimal petroleum investment opportunities.Who Should Attend? economic factors, equity markets and emerging economies.Energy specialist who wish to develop skills in investment analysis Who Should Attend? This will help weigh risk and uncertainty when evaluating and choosing Who Should Attend?and appraisal, government petroleum policies review, formulation and Energy HSE professionals, oil and gas engineers, operators, business optimal petroleum investment opportunities. Petroleum, oil and gas managers, supervisors and operating personneldevelopment, project commissioning, project financing and evaluation. directors, project managers, commissioning engineers, fund managers, concerned with costs, profitability, budgets, company development HR managers and new management professionals moving into facility Who Should Attend? and other aspects of economic analysis of petroleum production on aProgramme Outcomes operation and management positions. Energy investors, petroleum, oil and gas managers, supervisors and project, corporate, and worldwide basis, who have had some previousBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key operating personnel concerned with costs, profitability, budgets, experience in this area.attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: Programme Outcomes company development and other aspects of economic analysis• The energy market By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key of petroleum production, who have had some previous experience Programme Outcome•  evising and implementing effective economic plans D attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: in this area. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key and strategies • Operations environment risk management in oil and gas industry attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:•  nergy markets and trading purposes E • Key issues that affect oil production and processing Programme Outcomes • Current global oil market• Energy trading strategies and contract valuation •  SO 177776: 2002 Tools and techniques for hazard identification I By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Pricing techniques of crude oil and futures markets and risk management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  anaging petroleum commodity risk, hedging, equity markets MKey Programme Highlights • Current global oil market and investment• Introduction to oil markets Key Programme Highlights • Pricing techniques of crude oil and future markets •  he growth of emerging economy domestic petroleum markets T• Energy trading management • Offshore operation management •  anaging petroleum commodity risk, hedging, equity markets M• Crude oil valuation and pricing • Introduction to OPITO safety standards and investment Key Programme Highlights• Commodity derivatives and trading • Managing ISO 17776 International standards offshore •  he growth of emerging economy domestic petroleum markets T • Introduction to petroleum marketing• Overview of crude oil demand and supply • Offshore risk management • Global oil market and demand management overview • Marine safety principles and controls Key Programme Highlights • Introduction to petroleum capital markets and finance • Introduction to petroleum capital markets and finance • Petroleum policy, economics and lifecycle evaluation • Petroleum economics: principles and concepts • Managing uncertainty in petroleum market • Petroleum policy, economics and lifecycle evaluation • Global trends in petroleum marketing
  • 44 / Oil and Gas Programmes Oil and Gas Programmes / 45OIL and GAS OIL and GASGlobal Oil and Gas Management Oil and Gas Production Management Oil and Gas Business Management Procurement Management for Oil and Gas IndustryProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme will give oil and gas professionals the opportunity This programme is designed to provide delegates with an in-depth This programme will enable delegates to understand and appreciate This programme is designed to provide delegates with an in-depthto develop modern management techniques and commercial general understanding of international oil and gas exploration and the essential cost elements of petroleum operations management understanding of oil and gas procurement, production, distribution andunderstanding of the industry. It covers the principles, tools, techniques production fundamentals, facility management techniques and and investment economics, review parameters which affect energy stakeholder management to enable them to become accomplishedand applications of oil and gas business management from upstream processes, exploring the critical production issues and challenges in refinery profitability and to develop a working knowledge of the oil industry procurement, logistics, and project or business managers.to downstream. the rapidly growing and ever changing sector of the oil and gas industry. management tools used in the oil and gas industry. Delegates will acquire the knowledge and skills to effectively manage the procurement functions.Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?This tailored programme is suitable for oil and gas individuals who Professionals in oil and gas industry including production managers, This tailored programme is suitable for oil and gas finance directors and Who Should Attend?seek a greater management understanding of the global oil and gas plant management officers, business development managers, contract managers, petroleum project and fund managers, technical, operating Oil and gas industry professionals involved in vendor management,business, geologists, engineers and business managers working in negotiators, business analysts, government officials in the energy and engineering personnel working in the refining industry, petroleum outsourcing, procurement and contracting, PMO, supply chainNOCs and energy ministries. institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. industry analysts and planners, traders and commercial specialists and purchasing. in the oil and gas industry.Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes Programme OutcomesBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:• Global energy industry, oil and gas terminology • The structure of petroleum exploration and production attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Understand the structure of oil and gas procurement management• Energy production and distribution management processes • Managing key elements of oil and gas production • Oil and gas management techniques • Procurement policies, systems and procedures• Commercial concerns underpinning exploration and development •  ppropriately identifying and managing the risks and opportunities A • Managing and conducting costs analysis and margins comparison • Managing key elements of procurement and supply chain• Develop new techniques for managing energy activities in the oil and gas industry • Evaluate the profitability of a new oil and gas processing unit • Managing procurement contracts and stakeholders • Current oil and gas exploitation and marketing challenges • Managing oil and gas businessesKey Programme Highlights •  uture of the refining industry and forecast development of oil F Key Programme Highlights• Overview of global oil and gas Industry Key Programme Highlights consumption • Introduction to oil and gas procurement management• Oil and gas industry global distribution and capacity • Oil and gas production management fundamentals • Fundamental of procurement management• Trends in oil and gas business management • Oil and gas production facilities Key Programme Highlights • Oil and gas procurement contract laws and standards• Oil and gas business management in practice • Oil and gas storage, transportation and marketing • Oil and gas management fundamentals • Procurement and supply chain management• Global oil and gas marketing dynamics • Economics of production management • Principles of oil and gas business management • Production sharing contracts (PSCs) Management • Oil and gas management economics • Oil and gas strategic management principles • Oil and gas business operations and projects managementOil and Gas Business Development Introduction to LNG Industry Management Fundamental (Oil and Gas) Fundamentals of LNG IndustryProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme provides delegates from the oil and gas industry with This programme has been developed to provide LNG industry delegates This programme will give oil and gas professionals the opportunity This training programme provides delegates with a comprehensivethe essential updated intelligent insight, business management tools with a comprehensive overview of the industry. Delegates will gain to gain a technical and commercial understanding of the industry overview of LNG industry from upstream exploration and productionand techniques assisting in the development of modern management an appreciation of industry dynamics and the key issues affecting fundamentals. Delegates will gain an appreciation of the principal to downstream refining, sales and marketing. Delegates will gain anskills needed to be effective business development and management its development and future. activities in the international upstream, midstream and downstream appreciation of industry dynamics and a thorough understanding ofprofessionals in the oil and gas industry. petroleum industry. the changing industry dynamics, as well as the key issues affecting its Who Should Attend? development and future.Who Should Attend? LNG industry professionals, investment managers, analysts, traders, Who Should AttendPetroleum, oil and gas management specialist, energy planning ministerial, governmental and industry bodies and development agency This tailored programme is suitable for oil and gas industry individuals Who Should Attendmanagers, oil and gas engineers, project managers, analysts, commercial staff, economists, financiers and legal professionals supporting the who seek a greater understanding of the fundamentals in the global oil This programme is specifically designed for those seeking a broadermanagers, economists, government officials, geologists, business industry, together with management consultants providing services and gas business. knowledge of LNG industry and markets, new starters in the industry,advisors, asset managers, E&P managers, petroleum product managers. to LNG companies. lawyers involved in the industry contract management, oil and gas Programme Outcomes investment managers, analysts, traders, ministerial, governmental andProgramme Outcomes Programme Outcome By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key industrial bodies and development agency staff, economists, financiersBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: and legal professionals supporting the industry, together withattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Oil and gas Industries and markets management consultants providing services to the energy companies.•  he economics, commercial aspects and cost structure associated T • LNG economic and project planning • Oil and gas terminology with oil and gas industry •  NG exploration and production processes, techniques and L • Production and distribution management processes Programme Outcomes•  etroleum economic, fiscal and business development P associated risks • Commercial issues underpinning exploration and development By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key planning challenges • The dynamics of natural gas market issues attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:• Oil and gas industry value chain • Gas trading market, refining, pricing and hedging approaches Key Programme Highlights • Gain insight into LNG economics•  wareness of development, transport and market options A • Overview of oil and gas management system •  NG exploration and production processes, techniques and L for oil and gas. Key Programme Highlights • Oil and gas production and processing management associated risks • Introduction to LNG industry • Oil and gas pricing and market • The dynamics of natural gas market issuesKey Programme Highlights • LNG and crude oil production and development • Global economic impact of oil and gas industry • Gain insights into the geopolitical economy of oil and gas• Modern oil and gas business overview • LNG exploration management • Challenges facing oil and gas businesses• Processes and drivers of oil and gas business • LNG production and processing Key Programme Highlights• Oil and gas business commercialisation • Management of LNG industry market • Introduction to LNG industry• Global resource trends, demands and supply chains • LNG and crude oil production and development•  anaging oil and gas business cycle, business opportunities M • LNG exploration management and regulatory uncertainty • LNG production and processing • Management of LNG industry market
  • 46 / Oil and Gas Programmes Power and Electricity Programmes / 47OIL and GAS POWER and ELECTRICITYPortfolio Management (Oil and Gas) Strategic Planning and Development for Oil Industry Strategic Power Project Management Power Distribution ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme provides delegates with an integrated approach to This programme aims to provide delegates with the skills for managing This programme is designed to provide power and electricity industry This programme is designed to provide delegates with an in-depthimplementing and managing different oil and gas projects. It covers and planning oil industry activities. The programme is designed to professionals with the principles and practices of strategic project understanding of power and electricity industry procurement,concepts, tools and techniques of project management based on provide delegates with an in-depth general understanding of energy management, planning and implementation through a selection of production, distribution and stakeholder’s management.the elements of the project management body of knowledge. industry strategic development and project management. case studies, methodologies and theories. Who Should Attend?Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Power industry business development managers, process andEnergy industry planners, project operators, stakeholders, designers, This programme is designed for oil industry management Professionals in the power industry at all levels and in all disciplines, production engineers, procurement and logistics managers, energyproject managers, business managers, consultants, project analysts, professionals, operation managers, public sector officials and including business development managers, process and production analysts, government officials, energy strategic planner and investors.senior executives, project team members, members of project energy management engineers. engineers, procurement and logistics managers, business analysts,management offices, project customers, functional managers, trainers government officials in the energy institutions, energy strategic Programme Outcomesand researchers. Programme Outcomes planners and investors. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: Programme Outcomes • Power distribution management structureBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Oil industry planning and development By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Power procurement and supply chainattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Oil market demand and supply management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Power and electricity procurement contracts• Planning and managing several oil and gas projects • Upstream and downstream development policies • The difference between planning and scheduling • Power industry market structure•  roject planning and scheduling using Work Breakdown P • Strategic management of energy industry • Structure of power industry project management techniques Structures (WBS) • Power and electricity market demand and supply management Key Programme Highlights• The importance of portfolio risk management Key Programme Highlights •  ifferent power and electricity project management processes D • Power and electricity production and distribution management• Setting up an effective quality management approach • Introduction to oil industry and tools • Power and electricity logistics management • Upstream and downstream management • Procurement managementKey Programme Highlights • Petroleum management economics Key Programme Highlights • Electricity distribution risk management• Introduction to oil and gas portfolio management • Strategic planning and development for oil and gas • Project management: principles and practices• Oil and gas portfolio risk management • Risk management and business continuity • Strategic project management• Structure of oil and gas portfolio management • Project scope planning and development• Scope of oil and gas portfolio management • Project planning and Implementation• Management of oil and gas projects and briefs • Electricity and power project risk management Power Supply Planning and Contracting Power Market and Infrastructure Management Upstream and Downstream Oil and Gas Tailored For further details or booking regarding Programme Overview Programme Overview Training Programme these tailored programmes, please contact This programme aims to provide delegates with the skills for This programme provides an overview of the fundamentals of the us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: managing power systems and supply chain, operation and distribution emerging economies’ power markets, covering market structure, We offer the following: • Oil and Gas Marketing enquiries@gtcenegy.com management processes. The programme provides delegates with the supply, demand and power flows. It empowers delegates with tools tools and skills that will facilitate the implementation of projects aiming and skills to understand the various types of power structure, demand, • Oil and Gas Project and Operation Management to secure a sustainable energy distribution. consumption trends and how regulation is changing this structure. • Oil and Gas Management Fundamentals • Gas Value Chain Strategy Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? • Oil Transportation and Storage This programme is designed for power industry supply chain Power and electricity industry professionals, business development • Oil and Gas Management management professionals, power plant distribution and operation managers, process and production engineers, procurement and • Petroleum Processing and Gas Management managers, power plant logistics and power system engineers. logistics managers, energy business analysts, government officials in • Petroleum Contracts and Economics the energy institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. • Crude Oil Marketing and Trading Programme Outcomes • Petroleum Fundamentals By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes • Introduction to Offshore Operation attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • A basic understanding of electricity power system works attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • The inter-connection of power distribution system • Power market structure and industry overview • Modern power distribution and management systems • Procurement and supply chain • Power regulations, standards and industry best practice • Power industry infrastructure development demand management • Impact of environmental legislation Key Programme Highlights • Introduction to power generation and supply management Key Programme Highlights • Scope of power planning and contracting • Introduction to power markets • Power contract management • Power and electricity market economics • Power distribution and management systems • Power and electricity infrastructures • Challenges of power planning and contracting • Power market demand and supply management • Global challenges in global power markets
  • 48 / Power and Electricity Programmes Power and Electricity Programmes / 49POWER and ELECTRICITY POWER and ELECTRICITYPower and Electricity Project Management Power Development and Project Management Nigerian Electricity Industry Supply Management Strategic Management of Power IndustryProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is designed to provide delegates in the power industry This programme is designed to provide delegates with an in-depth The Nigerian electricity supply industry requires extensive This programme is designed to provide delegates in the power industrywith an in-depth understanding of power and electricity industry understanding of power and electricity industry development and modernisation and restructuring as evidenced by the current with an in-depth understanding of power and electricity industryproject management to enable them to become accomplished power project management. It is designed to provide theoretical, practical on-going power cuts and the chronic undercapacity of the system. strategic management, market demand, procurement, production,industry project and business managers. Delegates will be introduced and hands-on training of the management aspects of managing The programme is designed to provide delegates with an in-depth distribution and stakeholder’s management.to the principles and practices of project management through a and implementing power projects. knowledge and understanding of the current Nigerian power andselection of case studies and theories. electricity industry supply chain management structure, providing Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? improvement strategies and approaches. Power industry business development managers, process andWho Should Attend? This programme is aimed at professionals in the power industry such production engineers, procurement and logistics managers, energyProfessionals in the power industry at all levels and in all disciplines, as business development managers, process and production engineers, Who Should Attend? business analysts, government officials in energy institutions,including business development managers, process and production procurement and logistics managers, energy analysts, government This programme is aimed at power industry business development energy strategic planners and investors.engineers, procurement and logistics managers, business analysts, officials, energy strategic planners and investors. managers, process and production engineers, procurement andgovernment officials in the energy institutions, energy strategic logistics managers, energy analysts, government officials, energy Programme Outcomesplanners and investors. Programme Outcomes strategic planners and investors. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: Programme Outcomes • Energy management to market and industrial needs.By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Power industry development By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Energy management leadership strategiesattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Power and electricity market demand and supply management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Power planning and management strategies• Structure of power industry project management techniques • Energy risk management methods • Nigerian power and electricity industry structure. • Risks associated with managing power contracts.• Power procurement and supply chain • Power development policies • Nigerian power contract procurement and supply chain• Power and electricity market demand and supply management •  isks and opportunities associated with managing power and R Key Programme Highlights•  ifferent power and electricity project management processes D Key Programme Highlights electricity businesses and projects in Nigeria. • Power and electricity industry management overview and tools • Project management: principles and practices • Nigerian power and electricity market demand and supply • Power market management economics • Power industry management • Strategic managementKey Programme Highlights • Power and electricity industry economics Key Programme Highlights • Electricity development management• Project management: principles and practices • Power market planning and development • Introduction to Nigerian power and electricity industry • Strategic planning process• Power and electricity management • Power development risk management strategies • Marketing and pricing structure for Nigerian power and electricity• Power and electricity contract management • Power and electricity distribution and supply chain management• Procurement management • Challenges facing the power industry in NigeriaPower Industry Planning and Management Power Project Management Power/Electricity Management Tailored For further details or booking regardingProgramme Overview Programme Overview Training Programme these tailored programmes, please contactThis programme is designed to provide delegates in the power industry This programme is designed to provide delegates in the power industrywith an in-depth understanding of power and electricity industry with an in-depth understanding of power and electricity industry us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: We offer the following:market demand, procurement, production, distribution project management to enable them to become accomplished power • Introduction to Power/Electricity Management enquiries@gtcenegy.comand stakeholder management. industry project and business managers. • Introduction to Electricity Production • Electrical Power Industry ManagementWho Should Attend? Who Should Attend? • Principal of Power Station OperationPower industry business development managers, process and Professionals in the power industry at all levels and in all disciplines, • Electricity Transmission and Distributionproduction engineers, procurement and logistics managers, energy including business development managers, process and production • Electricity Power Project Managementbusiness analysts, government officials in energy institutions, engineers, procurement and logistics managers, business analysts, • Introduction to the Electricity Industryenergy strategic planners and investors. government officials in the energy institutions, energy strategic • Power Plant Performance Management planners and investors. • Electricity GenerationProgramme Outcomes • Electricity Tariff Regulation and ManagementBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomesattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key• Energy management to market and industrial needs attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:• Energy management leadership strategies • Structure of power industry project management techniques• Power planning and management strategies • Power procurement and supply chain• Risks associated with managing power contracts • Power and electricity market demand and supply management •  ifferent power and electricity project management processes DKey Programme Highlights and tools• Power and electricity industry management overview• Planning considerations in power management Key Programme Highlights• Power market planning and economics • Project management: principles and practices• Power and electricity supply chain management • Project planning and implementation• Electricity distribution risk management • Procurement management • Electricity and power project risk management • Procurement management
  • 50 / Sustainability and Renewable Programmes Sustainability and Renewable Programmes / 51SUSTAINABILITY and RENEWABLE SUSTAINABILITY and RENEWABLECorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Renewable Energy Operation Management Sustainable Energy Development Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Managementin Energy Industry Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewProgramme Overview This training programme aims to provide participants with an enhanced This programme aims to provide delegates with an advanced This programme enables delegates to combine technology, science,This programme aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of operation management and structuring of renewable and comprehensive understanding of renewable energy sector economics, forecasting, history and politics with the commercialunderstanding of sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility energy industry. management in the global context. realities of the energy industry, giving an integrated and impartial view(CSR) in the energy industry through exposure to a number of different of the attributes and drawbacks of a range of energy sources.aspects associated with sustainability management, such as energy Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?business studies, cultural studies, economics, engineering, gender This programme is designed to benefit energy professionals concerned This programme is a complementary workshop that will be beneficial Who Should Attend?studies, political science, research methodology, sociology and with sustainability and the renewable energy global market, working to professionals and individuals considering working in the renewable This programme is designed for individuals looking to increase theirurban studies. either directly or indirectly in managing energy projects, as well as energy industry, looking for a consultancy or management job and/or knowledge of managing sustainability in the energy market. financial institutions fund managers, government officials, project those who have to evaluate the benefits of adopting renewable energyWho Should Attend? finance executives, project consultants, government agencies, public technology and policies. Programme OutcomesCommercial managers in the oil and gas industry, geologists and sector managers, potential bidders and scheme promoters. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyengineers, energy consultants, legal practitioners, insurance and risk Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:managers, petroleum and energy government departments, Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Global issues and trends impacting on the energy industrypolicy makers and regulators. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  he use of power generation, energy efficiency, nuclear T attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • The need to develop renewable energy in the global energy context and hydro powerProgramme Outcomes • Overview of the renewable energy project financing •  he environmental impact issues concerning the development of T • Identify different sources of energyBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Alternative energy economic benefits and pitfalls renewable energy projects • Effective and efficient energy management and controllingattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Renewable energy procurement management processes •  istinguish different types of renewable energy: Solar, wind, hydro, D•  dentify problems and challenges facing energy companies in I • Identify future potential in renewable energy and power geo-thermal and gas Key Programme Highlights managing environmental damage •  he political economic issues concerning the development of T • Management fundamentals• Energy production and distribution corporate policies Key Programme Highlights renewable energy projects • Energy management: principles and practice•  ecognise and reconcile the competing demands of corporate policies R • Introduction to renewable energy • Energy efficiency management and stakeholder interests • Energy management economics and finance Key Programme Highlights • Sustainable energy management•  emonstrate the value of CSR in order to better inform D • Operation management in practice • Introduction to energy industry sustainable management • Sustainability in project management decision-making • Energy policy and the environment • Renewable energy resources, policy, politics and regulations • Environmental impacts of energy management • Environmental impact assessmentKey Programme Highlights • Introduction to solar, hydro, wind, wave and tidal energy• Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) • Carbon markets analysis, trading and pricing• Risk, responsibility and accountability• Community and cultural impact on society• Critical approaches to corporate communication• Economic contexts and impactIntroduction to Renewable Energy Management Energy and Sustainability Management Strategic Development and Operation of Renewable Energy Sustainability and Renewable EnergyProgramme Overview Programme Overview Management Tailored Training ProgrammeThis programme aims to provide delegates with an advanced and This programme enables delegates to combine technology, science, Programme Overviewcomprehensive coverage and understanding of renewable energy economics, forecasting, history and politics with the commercial This training programme aims to provide delegates with an enhanced We offer the following:sector management in a global context. realities of the energy industry, giving an integrated and impartial view understanding of operation management and structuring of the • Managing Environmental Responsibilities of the attributes and drawbacks of a range of energy sources. renewable energy industry. • Waste ManagementWho Should Attend? • Renewable Energy EssentialsThis programme is a complementary workshop that will be beneficial Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? • Climate Change and Carbon Managementto professionals and individuals considering working in the renewable This programme is designed for individuals looking to increase their This programme is designed to benefit energy professionals involved • Environmental Pollution and Managementenergy industry, looking for a consultancy or management job and/or knowledge of managing sustainability in the energy market. in sustainability and the renewable energy global market, after working • Environmental Impact in the Energy Industrythose who have to evaluate the benefits of adopting renewable energy either directly or indirectly in managing energy projects, financial • Environmental Sustainability and Green Technologytechnology and policies such as environment impact assessors, auditors, Programme Outcome institutions fund managers, government officials, project finance • Energy Sustainable Strategic Managementmanagers and directors intending to invest in renewable energy By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key executives, project consultants, government agencies, public sector • Impact of Oil Production in the Developing Worldsector activities. attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: managers, potential bidders and scheme promoters. • Offshore Waste Management • Global issues and trends impacting the energy industry • Introduction to Environmental Management System (EMS)Programme Outcomes •  he use of power generation, energy efficiency, nuclear and T Programme Outcomes • Managing Emissions and Greenhouse GasesBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key hydro power By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Understanding the Global Emission Trading Schemeattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  dentify different transportation energies, vehicle designs and I attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  rinciples and Concepts of Management Economics of P•  he need to develop renewable energy in the global energy context T bio-fuels • Overview of the renewable energy project financing Renewable Energy•  nvironmental impact issues concerning the development of E •  onsider the future of renewable sources of energy for C • Alternative energy economic benefits and pitfalls renewable energy projects power generation • Renewable energy procurement management processes•  istinguish different types of renewable energy: solar, wind, hydro, D • Identify future potential in renewable energy and power geo-thermal and gas Key Programme Highlights For further details or booking regarding•  he political economic issues concerning the development of T • Energy management: principles and practice Key Programme Highlights these tailored programmes, please contact renewable energy projects • Renewable energy industry overview • Introduction to renewable energy industry • Low carbon economics us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: • Energy management practice and principlesKey Programme Highlights • Sustainable energy management • Alternative energy industry overview enquiries@gtcenegy.com• Introduction to renewable energy management • Strategic operations management• Renewable energy resources, policy, politics and regulations • Renewable energy development• Introduction to solar, hydro, wind, wave and tidal energy• Conventional and renewable energy consumption and comparisons
  • 52 / Policy, Law and Compliance Programmes Economics and Markets Programmes / 53POLICY, LAW and COMPLIANCE ECONOMICS and MARKETS Energy Economic and Power Market Energy Market Risk Management Energy Contracts, Policy, Law and Compliance Programme Overview Programme Overview Management Tailored Training Programme This programme offers delegates knowledge and understanding of the This programme focuses on providing delegates with the practical skills theoretical underpinnings of the energy and power market corporate and methods needed to improve projects, market management and We offer the following: • ISO 50001: Energy Management economics, challenges, choices and their interaction with financial operating performance across the energy industry. The programme • International Corporate Governance Law for Energy Industry • ISO 16001 :Energy Management International Standards markets enabling delegates to develop communication, problem-solving will enable delegates to develop the ability and knowledge to use world • International Environmental Law • Energy Joint Venture Management and management skills through study and practical knowledge sharing. class project and risk management tools, approaches and techniques • Sustainable Energy Regulation Management • Oil and Gas Production Sharing Agreement to enhance business operational performance. • Emission Trading Market and Regulation • Nigerian Energy Industry Local Content Law Who Should Attend? • Introduction to Oil and Gas International Contract Law • Managing Compliance in Energy Industry Energy industry professionals who wish to develop and enhance their Who Should Attend? • Energy Industry Law and Regulations Compliance skills and knowledge to allow them to analyse and conduct a range Risk managers, planning managers, oil and gas engineers, project • Energy Regulatory Policy and Market Reform of economic and financial management approaches relevant to managers, analysts, commercial managers, economists, government • Managing Petroleum Industry Law and Policy Compliance • Enhancing Natural Resources Law and Policy For further details or booking regarding the energy and power industry. officials, geologists, business advisors, asset managers, Exploration and Production (E&P) managers and product managers. • Energy Law and Policy Compliance Management these tailored programmes, please contact Programme Outcomes • Energy Contract Management us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes • Oil and Gas Policy and Strategic Management • ISO 14001:Environmental Management Standards enquiries@gtcenegy.com attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  ble to develop and implement effective economic plans A attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • ISO 29001:Oil and Gas Management Standards and strategies • A deep understanding of the energy market •  ppreciate the economic and commercial aspects and cost structure A • The latest thinking in managing new energy projects associated with the energy industry and power market • Develop new operation management tools and techniques • Power market management tools and processes • Ability to schedule and manage project resources effectively •  nergy finance and economics management theories and its effect E on the future industry Key Programme Highlights • Introduction to energy market management Key Programme Highlights • Energy trading and risk management • Global energy economics overview • Corporate and financial market • Management economics • Principles of energy derivative and pricing • Power market management and analysis • Risk management In the energy market • Economic analysis of energy investments • Energy markets and principleECONOMICS and MARKETSEconomics of Renewable Energy Low Carbon Energy Economics Energy Trading and Market Management Energy Commodity MarketProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is developed to equip industry professionals with This programme is developed to equip delegates with advanced This programme is designed to equip delegates with the necessary This programme is designed to equip delegates with an overviewthe advanced interdisciplinary skills and knowledge required to plan, interdisciplinary skills and knowledge required to plan, implement, skills in managing energy market demand, derivatives markets and of energy commodity market management, derivative marketsimplement, manage, optimise and evaluate the economic viability of manage, optimise and evaluate the economic viability of renewable trading in an applied context. It also exposes delegates to various and trading in an applied context. It also exposes delegates torenewable energy schemes and projects while taking into account energy schemes and projects while taking into account of economic, dimensions of risk in energy markets and risk management tools. various dimensions of risk in the energy market and management tools.economic, political and societal concerns. political and societal concerns. Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Energy specialists who wish to develop skills in investment analysis Energy specialists who wish to develop skills in investment analysisThis programme is specifically designed for those who plan a This programme is specifically designed for those who plan a and appraisal, government petroleum policies review, formulation and and appraisals, government petroleum policies review, formulation andprofessional or managerial career in the field of operations, logistics professional or managerial career in the field of operations, logistics development, project commissioning, project financing and evaluation. development, project commissioning, project financing and evaluation.or supply chain management, business development analysts and or supply chain management, business development, analysts and/orenvironment consultants in the energy industry. environment consultants in the energy industry. Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyProgramme Outcomes Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Gain in-depth understanding of the energy market • In-depth understanding of energy marketattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  bility to devise and implement effective economic plans A •  ble to devise and implement effective economic plans and strategies A• The risk factors in renewable power projects • The risk factors in renewable power projects and strategies for the industry for the industry•  nalyse the market context, trends and future prospects of different A •  nalyse the market context, trends and future prospects of different A •  evelop comprehensive understanding of energy markets, D •  evelop understanding of energy markets, trading venues and D renewable power solutions renewable power solutions trading venues and trading purposes trading purposes• Carbon trading economics • Carbon trading economics • Energy trading strategies and contract valuation • Energy trading strategies and contract valuationKey Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights• Renewable energy market overview • Overview of low carbon energy economics • Introduction to energy markets • Principles of energy commodity marketing• Renewable energy economics • Principles and concepts of low carbon energy • Energy trading and trading risk • Introduction to energy market management• Global sustainability management • The economics of renewable power projects • Commodity derivatives and trading • Energy trading principles and management• International carbon market • International carbon trading and Impacts • Energy market structures and philosophies • Corporate and financial energy market • Carbon markets analysis, trading and pricing • Fundamental of trading and arbitrage • Commodity derivatives management
  • 54 / Economics and Markets Programmes Logistics and Supply Chain Programmes / 55ECONOMICS and MARKETS Logistics and Supply chain Logistics and Supply chainCarbon Management Economics and Trading Energy Logistics and Supply Chain Management Logistic and Supply Chain Management for Outsourcing and Procurement Management Oil and Gas (Energy Industry)Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is developed to equip delegates with the advanced This programme is designed to provide the necessary expertise to meet Programme Overview Programme Overviewinterdisciplinary skills and knowledge required to plan, implement, future logistics challenges. It will enable delegates to develop effective This programme provide delegates with in-depth understanding and This programme addresses the challenges faced by energymanage, optimise and evaluate the economic viability of renewable procurement plans, processes, policies, systems and procedures. knowledge into the rapidly changing and stimulating world of oil and stakeholders in outsourcing, managing new and existing energyenergy schemes and projects while taking into account of economic, gas distribution and supply chain management. This programme aims contracts and procurement activities. This programme will providepolitical and societal concerns. Who Should Attend? to provide a thorough grounding in the nature of modern logistics delegates with a unique opportunity to benchmark mitigation strategies Energy industry professionals involved in vendor management, operations and management practices of international logistics. with other industry professionals on how to draft, negotiate, andWho Should Attend? outsourcing, procurement and contracting, PMO, supply chain manage contracts, as well as address best practice strategies onThis programme is specifically designed for those who plan and purchasing. Who Should Attend? handling outsourcing indemnity and allocating risk across the industry.a professional or managerial career in the field of operations, Professionals in oil and gas industry including operation, logistics,logistics or supply chain management, business development, Programme Outcomes supply chain and business development managers, contract Who Should Attend?analysts and environment consultants in the energy industry. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key negotiators, business analysts, government officials in energy Energy industry professionals looking to improve their contract attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. negotiation skills and overall commercial performance, legalProgramme Outcomes • The structure of energy procurement management practitioners, insurance and risk managers looking to reduce the legalBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Managing key elements of procurement and supply chain Programme Outcomes and contract risks for their companies, government departments, policyattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  ppropriately identifying and managing the risks associated with A By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key makers and regulators.• The risk factors in renewable power projects managing procurement contracts attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:•  uantify the sensitivity of renewable energy project economics Q • Different types of procurement contracts • The structure of oil and gas distribution management Programme Outcomes and their key variables and risk factors •  anaging key elements of oil and gas procurement and supply chain M By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key•  nalyse the market context, trends and future prospects of different A Key Programme Highlights •  ppropriately identifying and managing the risks and opportunities in A attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: renewable power solutions • Fundamentals of supply chain and logistics management distributing oil and gas products • Develop a good understanding of negotiating energy contracts• Carbon trading economics • Supply chain economics and finance •  il and gas production policies and strategies including contract O • The risks associated with outsourcing services • Energy distribution management negotiations • The challenges in managing procurement activitiesKey Programme Highlights • Energy transportation and logistics • Manage project delays and damages through effective contracting• Renewable energy market overview Key Programme Highlights• Key concepts in understanding renewable energy economics •  ey elements of oil and gas production and distribution management K Key Programme Highlights• The economics of renewable power projects • Procurement management • Energy contract management: principles and practices• International carbon trading • Logistics and operation management • Outsourcing management• Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in energy industry • Oil and gas distribution risk management • Procurement management • The supply and value chain in oil and gas management • Production sharing contracts (PSCs) management LNG Supply Chain Management Petroleum Supply Chain Management Logistics Procurement Management Energy Management Finance, Economics and (Energy Industry) Markets Tailored Training Programme Programme Overview Programme Overview This programme provides delegates with an in-depth understanding This programme will give petroleum, oil and gas professionals Programme Overview and knowledge of the rapidly changing and stimulating world of LNG the opportunity to gain theoretical, technical and commercial This programme addresses the challenges faced by energy We offer the following: distribution and supply chain management. This programme aims to understanding of industry supply chain management. stakeholders in managing new and existing energy contracts and • Energy Project PFI provide a thorough understanding of the nature of modern logistics procurement activities. This programme will provide delegates • Energy Economics and Management operations and management practices of international logistics. Who Should Attend? with a unique opportunity to benchmark mitigation strategies with • Economics of Energy Industry This tailored programme is suitable for oil and gas individuals who seek other industry professionals on how to draft, negotiate and manage • Energy Resources and Commodities Who Should Attend? a greater understanding of the fundamentals in the global oil and gas contracts, as well as address best practice strategies on handling • Global Energy Challenges, Industries and Markets Professionals in LNG, oil and gas industry including operation, business supply chain management. indemnity and allocating risk across the industry. • Introduction to Energy and Petroleum Economics logistics, supply chain and business development managers, contract • Energy Economics and Financial Markets negotiators, business analysts, government officials in energy Programme Outcomes Who Should Attend? • Energy Derivatives Trading institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Energy industry professionals looking to improve their contract • Energy Economics, Consumer Behaviour and Risk Management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: negotiation skills and overall commercial performance, legal • Economics of Energy Efficiency Programme Outcome • Insight into petroleum supply chain management practitioners, insurance and risk managers looking to reduce the legal • Oil and Gas Investment Management By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Petroleum management terminology and contract risks for their companies, government departments, • Financing of Energy Investments attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  nderstand energy production and distribution U policy makers and regulators. • Energy Trading and Settlement • The structure of LNG distribution management management processes •  anaging key elements of LNG procurement M •  ommercial issues underpinning exploration and development C Programme Outcomes and supply chain By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key For further details or booking regarding •  dentifying and managing appropriately the risks and opportunities I Key Programme Highlights attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: these tailored programmes, please contact in distributing oil and gas products • Oil and gas production and distribution management •  evelop a comprehensive understanding of negotiating D • LNG risk management policies and practices • Logistics and supply chain management energy contracts us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: • Supply chain theoretical overview • The risks associated with energy contracts management enquiries@gtcenegy.com Key Programme Highlights • Logistics management • The challenges in managing procurement activities • Introduction to LNG fundamentals • Inventory management • Managing project delays and damages through effective contracting • LNG procurement and supply chain management • Logistics and operation management Key Programme Highlights • LNG distribution risk management • Introduction to logistics procurement management • Energy logistics and procurement • Procurement management: principles and practices • Negotiating and drafting production sharing contracts (PSCs) • Challenges in energy logistics and procurement management
  • 56 / Logistics and Supply Chain Programmes Logistics and Supply Chain Programmes / 57Logistics and Supply chain Logistics and Supply chainEnergy Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy Energy Industry Lean and Six Sigma Processes Logistics and Operation Management Energy Industry Storage and Distribution ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme provide delegates with an in-depth understanding and This programme aims to provide a thorough understanding into the This programme is designed to up-skill delegates, providing the Programme Overviewknowledge into the rapidly changing and stimulating world of energy nature of modern logistics operations, Lean and Six Sigma Processes necessary expertise to meet future logistic challenges.It will enable This programme aims to provide a thorough understanding of thedistribution and supply chain management. This programme aims and management practices of international logistics. delegates to develop effective procurement plans, processes, nature of modern logistic operations and management practice ofto provide a comprehensive understanding of the nature of modern policies, systems and procedures. international logistics, providing the necessary expertise to meetlogistics operations and management practice of international logistics. Who Should Attend? future logistics challenges. Energy industry professionals involved in vendor management, Who Should Attend?Who Should Attend? outsourcing, procurement and contracting, Process Management Energy industry professionals involved in vendor management, Who Should Attend?Professionals in oil and gas industry including operations, logistics, Optimisation (PMO), supply chain and purchasing. outsourcing, procurement and contracting, PMO, supply chain Energy industry professionals involved in vendor management,supply chain and business development managers, contract and purchasing. outsourcing, procurement and contracting, PMO, supply chainnegotiators, business analysts, government officials in energy Programme Outcomes and purchasing.institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme OutcomesProgramme Outcomes • The structure of energy procurement management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  anaging key elements of procurement and the supply chain M • The structure of energy procurement management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  bility to appropriately identify and manage the risks associated with A • Managing key elements of procurement and supply chain • The structure of energy procurement management• The structure of oil and gas distribution management managing procurement contracts. •  ppropriately identifying and managing appropriately the risks A •  anaging key elements of procurement and supply chain M•  anaging key elements of oil and gas procurement and supply chain M • Different types of procurement contracts associated with managing procurement contracts. •  ppropriately identifying and managing the risks associated with A•  bility to appropriately identify and manage the risks and A • Different types of procurement contracts managing procurement contracts. opportunities in distributing oil and gas products Key Programme Highlights • Different types of procurement contracts•  il and gas production policies and strategies including O • Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma processes Key Programme Highlights contract negotiations • Six Sigma as a project management principle and tool • Fundamentals of energy logistic management Key Programme Highlights • Operation management in energy industry • Supply chain economics and finance • Fundamentals of energy logistic managementKey Programme Highlights • Energy project and process management • Energy distribution management • Energy storage and distribution management• Fundamentals of energy strategy • Energy operation management • Energy operation management• Principles of sustainable energy supply chain strategies • Financial management • Risk management in the storage of energy• Supply chain management• Procurement and supply chain management• Logistics and operation managementDistribution and Operation Change Management Production and Outsourcing Management Oil and Gas, LNG Storage, Distribution, For further details or booking regardingProgramme Overview Programme Overview Logistics and Supply Chain Management these tailored programmes, please contactThis programme is designed to up-skill delegates, providing the This programme addresses the challenges faced by energynecessary expertise to meet future logistics challenges. This stakeholders in outsourcing, managing new and existing energy Tailored Training Programme us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us:programme aims to provide a thorough grounding in the nature contracts and procurement activities. This programme will provide enquiries@gtcenegy.comof modern logistics operations and management practice of delegates with a unique opportunity to benchmark mitigation strategies We offer the following:international logistics. with other industry professionals on how to draft, negotiate, and • Six Sigma in the Supply Chain manage contracts, as well as address best practice strategies on • Energy Storage ManagementWho Should Attend? handling outsourcing indemnity and allocating risk across the industry. • Performance Measurement in the Supply ChainEnergy industry professionals involved in vendor management, • Warehouse Managementoutsourcing, procurement and contracting, PMO, supply chain Who Should Attend? • Logistics Outsourcing for the Energy Industryand purchasing. Energy industry professionals looking to improve their contract • Supply Chain Process Management negotiation skills and overall commercial performance, legal • Demand and Inventory ManagementProgramme Outcomes practitioners, insurance and risk managers looking to reduce the legal • Demand Chain ManagementBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key and contract risks for their companies, government departments, • Supply Chain Sustainabilityattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: policy makers and regulators • Energy Distribution and Supply Planning• The structure of energy procurement management • Oil and Gas Distribution Management•  anaging key elements of procurement and supply chain M Programme Outcome • Procurement Contract Management (Energy)•  ppropriately identifying and managing the risks associated A By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key with managing procurement contracts attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:• Different types of procurement contracts •  evelop a comprehensive understanding of negotiating D energy contracts • The risks associated with outsourcing servicesKey Programme Highlights • The challenges in managing procurement activities• Introduction to energy distribution planning and change management • Manage project delays through effective contracting• Distribution operations capabilities• Change management processes Key Programme Highlights• Operation management in the energy industry • Energy contract management: principles and practices• Energy distribution management • Outsourcing management • Procurement management • Production sharing contracts (PSCs) management
  • 58 / HSM Programmes Health and Safety Programmes / 59 Health and Safety LNG Distribution Safety Management Process Safety Management Programme Overview Programme Overview This programme provides delegates with a comprehensive overview This programme is intended to provide awareness of various offshore of the LNG distribution and safety management from upstream safety management processes, risk assessment tools and exploration and production to downstream refining, sales and techniques that are applied by petroleum, gas exploration and marketing. Delegates will gain an overview of processes and technology production organisations. in the LNG chain, case studies and reflections. Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, The programme is specifically designed for those seeking to develop commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and broader knowledge of LNG industry operations, distribution and new management professionals moving into facility operation safety management. and management positions. Programme Outcomes Programme OutcomesTraining Programmes: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:Health Safety • LNG economic, fiscal and project planning •  perations environment risk management in oil and gas industry O •  NG exploration and production processes, techniques and L • The key issues that affect oil production and processing associated risks • ISO 17776 International standards • Natural gas markets challenges and industry mechanism • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment • Gain insights into LNG safety management Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights • Operation risk management: principles and practices • Overview of LNG HSE management system • Managing ISO 17776 International standards in the energy industryEnvironment • Introduction LNG risk and safety management • Process Safety Management 1 and 2 • LNG distribution management • Scope of PSM • LNG exploration and production hazards and risks • Process safety management for LNG industry HSE Management (Oil and Gas) Energy HSE Managementand Security Programme Overview Programme Overview This programme will enable delegates to implement HSE management This programme will enable delegates to develop the ability and system, based on industry best practice. The programme will also knowledge of modern management tools, approaches and techniques provide familiarity with promoting a positive safety culture, accident in managing energy industry health, safety and environment risks. analysis and modern risk management techniques for planning and implementing action plans. Who Should Attend?Management Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, Who Should Attend? commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and new Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, management professionals moving into facility operation and commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and new management positions. management professionals moving into facility operations and management positions. Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  peration environment risk management in energy industry O(HSES) attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • The key challenges that affect energy operations •  emonstrate the role of risk management as the main element of HSE D • ISO 17776 International standards management systems • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment •  nderstand risk management techniques in applying this technique U to their own sphere of activities Key Programme Highlights •  nalyse some principal stages in the accident chain and A • Management for energy industry hazard models • Energy HSE management: principles and practices •  echniques to consistent optimisation of resource allocation for T • ISO 17776 International standards production, maintenance and safety, based on risk and cost-benefit • Energy cycle and challenges • Environment risk management Key Programme HighlightsContents • Oil and gas management: principles and practicesHealth and Safety 59 • Process safety management systemsSecurity and Risk 60 • Oil and gas hazards and risks managementEnvironment 61 • ISO 17776 International standards • Environment risk management
  • 60 / Security and Risk Programmes Environment Programmes / 61SECURITY and RISK ENVIRONMENTEnergy Project Risk Management Energy Industry Operation Risk Management Energy Environment Impact Management Managing Global Energy Environment StandardsProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is intended to give delegates a clear, comprehensive This programme is intended to provide awareness of various production This programme is intended to provide awareness of various production This programme provides practical environmental managementand rigorous knowledge of energy project risk management, the environment risk assessment tools and techniques that are applied environment risk assessment tools and techniques that are applied approaches to ecology, economic and policy development in the supplytools and techniques used to analyse and mitigate associate risks by petroleum, gas exploration and production organisations. by petroleum, gas exploration and production organisations. of energy and best practice in sustainability management.highlighting best practices for devising and executing risk managementstrategies and policies. Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, Oil engineers, business directors, project managers,Who Should Attend? commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and new commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and new commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and newEnergy management specialists, planning managers, oil and gas management professionals moving into facility operation and management professionals moving into facility operation and management professionals moving into facility operational andengineers, project managers, analysts, commercial managers, management positions. management positions. management positions.economists, government officials, geologists, business advisors,asset managers, E&P managers and product managers. Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyProgramme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  peration environment risk management in oil and gas industry O • Operational environment management • Operational environment risk management in oil and gas industryattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  he key issues that affect oil production and process facilities T • The key issues that affect oil production and processing •  he key issues that affect oil production and process facilities T• Fundamental causes and magnitude of energy market risks •  SO 17776 International standards guidance on tools I • n-depth understanding of energy environment management policies I • SO 17776 International standards guidance on tools I• Identifying and managing costs associated to energy risks • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment and regulations • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment•  elect appropriate risk management tools for a range S • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment of  isk exposures r Key Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights•  ecognise best practices for deployment in managing energy R • Petroleum production fundamentals Key Programme Highlights • Carbon management projects risks • ISO 17776 International standards • Energy management fundamentals • Environmental management within organisations • Operation management in action • Environment management policies and regulations • Global waste managementKey Programme Highlights • Risk management • Impact assessment • Energy production and distribution• Project management: principals and practice • Environment impact management • Environment risk management• Risk management fundamentals• Project risk evaluation and management• Energy market risk managementPetroleum Project Risk Management Offshore and Onshore HSE Management Energy Development and Energy and Environmental Management Environmental ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme provides delegates from petroleum, oil and gas This programme will enable delegates to develop the ability and Programme Overview This programme provides a critical approach to theories, techniquesindustry an opportunity to develop and enhance appropriate analytic knowledge to use world class offshore and onshore management This programme enables delegates to explore the social and and methods in energy and environmental management.and planning skills in order to understand financial, project and market tools, approaches and techniques to enhance business operational environmental management aspects of energy development, use,risk management theories and the implications in petroleum industry performance by applying the latest thinking in managing risks. economic benefits, policy and technology development. Who Should Attend?decision-making and policy formulating. Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend? commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and newWho Should Attend? Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, This programme is designed for energy professionals looking to increase management professionals moving into facility operation andPetroleum, oil and gas management specialists, energy planning commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and new their knowledge and awareness of the global renewable energy industry, management positions.managers, oil and gas engineers, project managers, analysts, management professionals moving into facility operation market development and demand management.commercial managers, economists, government officials, geologists, and management positions. Programme Outcomesbusiness advisors, asset managers, E&P managers and petroleum Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyproduct managers. Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Operational environment managementProgramme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  lobal challenges and trends impacting on the energy industry G • The key issues that affect oil production and processingBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Operations environment risk management in oil and gas industry •  he use of power generation, energy efficiency, nuclear and T • n-depth understanding of energy environment management policies Iattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: •  he key challenges that affect oil production and process facilities T hydro power and regulations• The fundamental causes and magnitude of petroleum market risks •  SO 17776 International standards guidance on tools I •  dentify different transportation energies, vehicle designs I •  he relationship between energy systems and sustainable T• dentifying and managing costs associated to petroleum industry risks I • Techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment and bio-fuels development•  electing appropriate risk management tools for a range of S •  onsider the future of renewable sources of energy for C risk exposures Key Programme Highlights power generation Key Programme Highlights•  ecognising best practices for deployment in managing petroleum R • Offshore and onshore management: principles and practices • Carbon management regulation and policy projects risks • Petroleum production fundamentals Key Programme Highlights • Environmental management within organisations • ISO 17776 International standards • Energy management: principles and practice • Renewable energy managementKey Programme Highlights • Environment risk management • Energy development economics • Environmental pollution control• Introduction to project management: principals and practice • Introduction to renewable energy finance• Petroleum industry fundamentals • Sustainable energy management• Petroleum project risk evaluation and management • Sustainability in project management• Risk management and monitoring tools
  • 62 / Environment Programmes Operation Management Programmes / 63ENVIRONMENTManaging Energy Green Policies Environmental Crisis Management (Oil and Gas)Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme provides delegates with green energy theories, This programme provides delegates with management theories,techniques and methods managing energy and environmental techniques and methods in managing oil and gas environmentalstandards. risk and crisis.Who Should Attend? Who Should Attend?Oil engineers, business directors, project managers, Oil engineers, business directors, project managers,commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and commissioning engineers, fund managers, HR managers and newnew management professionals moving into facility operational management professionals moving into facility operation andand management positions. management positions.Programme Outcomes Programme OutcomesBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:• Operational environment management attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Operations environment management Training Programmes: Operation• The key challenges that affect oil production and processing • The key challenges that affect oil production and processing• Energy environment management policies and regulations • Processes for identifying, evaluating and managing significant risk•  he relationship between energy systems and T •  he relationship between energy systems and T sustainable development sustainable developmentKey Programme Highlights Key Programme Highlights• Introductions to green energy policies • Introductions to environmental crisis management• Carbon management regulation and policy • Emergency cycle and environmental disaster management Management• Environmental management within organisations • Emergency risk assessment and analysis• Environmental pollution control • Corporate risk and crisis management • Environmental pollution control (OPM) Health, Safety, Environment and Security (HSES) For further details or booking regarding Management Tailored Training Programme these tailored programmes, please contact us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: We offer the following: • Gas Plant Operators Safety Management enquiries@gtcenegy.com • OPITO Training: Offshore Safety and Operation Standards • ISO 31000 Application of Risk to Management Systems • Gas Plant Emergency Procedures • HSE Project Specific • Plant and Operations Safety Management • Emergency Planning and Business Continuity • Oil and Gas Plant HSE and Risk Management Contents • Environmental Assessment and Management System Management 64 • HSE Management in the Oil and Gas Industry Commissioning and Maintenance 65 • Risk, Safety and Governance in the Energy Industry • Environment Management in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production • Pollution Prevention Management • Waste and Disposal Management • Oil Spillage Management • Environmental Management System (EMS)
  • 64 / System Management Programmes Commissioning and Maintenance Programmes / 65System Management COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCEPower System Operation Management Oil and Gas Processing Management Plant Commissioning Management LNG Commissioning ManagementProgramme Overview Programme Overview Programme Overview Programme OverviewThis programme is designed to provide delegates in the power industry This programme is designed to provide delegates with an This programme will enable delegates to develop the ability and This programme will enable delegates to develop LNG plantwith an in-depth understanding of power and electricity system in-depth understanding of oil and gas production fundamentals, knowledge to ensure a successful transition from the construction commissioning ability and knowledge to ensure a successfuldevelopment and operation management. This programme will help critical production issues and challenges in the rapidly changing mechanical completion phase to final production operation. transition from the construction mechanical completion phaseto develop a clear understanding of the philosophy of modern power oil and gas industry. to final production operation.system operations and the role of energy management systems, their Who Should Attend?design and implementation. Who Should Attend? Oil engineers, project managers, commissioning engineers and Who Should Attend? Professionals in oil and gas industry including business development new management professionals moving into facility operation Oil engineers, project officers, maintenance engineers, projectWho Should Attend? managers, contract negotiators, business analysts, government and management positions. managers, commissioning engineers and new managementThis programme is ideal for professionals in the power industry officials in energy institutions, energy strategic planners and investors. professionals moving into facility operation and management positions.including business development managers, process and production Programme Outcomesengineers and operations and plant managers. Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key Programme Outcomes By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed keyProgramme Outcomes attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Developing and overall commissioning and plant start-up strategy attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following:By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key •  il and gas production and processing management systems O •  anaging issues dealing with the commissioning of electrical, M • Developing overall commissioning and plant start-up strategyattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Managing key elements of oil and gas production instrumentation and utilities systems •  ealing with machinery and equipment specific D• Power system structure •  ppropriately identify and manage the risks and opportunities A •  eveloping an overall commissioning management plan, resource plan D commissioning challenges• Market mechanisms governing power retailing decisions in the oil and gas industry and budget •  anaging issues dealing with the commissioning of electrical, M• Power industry systems infrastructure development demand • Current oil and gas exploitation and marketing issues instrumentation and utilities systems•  isks and opportunities associated with managing power operation R Key Programme Highlights •  eveloping an overall commissioning management plan, resource plan D and distribution Key Programme Highlights • Plant commissioning management and budget • Oil and gas processing management fundamentals • Plant commissioning programs developmentKey Programme Highlights • Oil and gas processing management • Plant commissioning planning and strategy Key Programme Highlights• Introduction to power system operation management • Scope of oil and gas processing • Commissioning management systems • Introduction to LNG commissioning• Power security and risk management • Economics of oil and gas processing management • Managing risks during commissioning • Scope of LNG plant commissioning• Distribution and outage management system • Managing the risks in oil and gas processing • LNG commissioning strategy• Generation management systems and marketing influences • LNG commissioning management• Operation management: principles and practices • LNG plant hook-up and start-up activitiesPiping System Management Production Pre-Commissioning Management Power, Oil and Gas Plant Facility, System Operators, Pre-commissioning, Commissioning,Programme Overview and Engineering Management Tailored Programme Overview Plant Start-up and Maintenance TailoredThis programme provides real-world practical knowledge, foundation This programme will enable delegates to develop the abilitypiping terminology, mathematics, and the underlying concepts and Training Programme and knowledge to ensure a successful transition from and Training Programmeprinciples that determine the performance of piping systems. after mechanical construction completion phases to final We offer the following: production operation. We offer the following:Who Should Attend? • Petroleum Production Management • Commissioning and Start-up ManagementProfessionals in oil and gas industry including business • Plant Operation and Maintenance Who Should Attend? • Oil and gas Plant Operator Fundamentalsdevelopment managers, contract negotiators, business analysts, • Control Systems, Strategies for Plant Performance Oil engineers, project managers, commissioning engineers and new • Petroleum Production Engineeringgovernment officials in energy institutions, energy strategic planners • Plant Operation Management management professionals moving into facility operational and • Offshore Operation and Managementand investors. • Gas and Power Generation Control Systems management positions. • Overview of Plant Process Management • Power Management System (PMS) • Plant Operation and Maintenance ProceduresProgramme Outcomes • An Introduction to Offshore Engineering Programme Outcomes • Plant Maintenance: Construction and CommissioningBy the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Piping Engineering By the end of the programme, delegates will have developed key • Facility Maintenance and Troubleshootingattributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Natural Gas Engineering attributes and will have a greater understanding of the following: • Commissioning Management and Systems•  il and gas production and processing management systems O • Gas Plant Upgrade and Equipment Management • The processes involved with commissioning air and water systems • Oil and Gas Waste Management• Principles of process measurement and controls • Civil Engineering •  eveloping techniques for successful pre-commission cleaning D • Pre/ Commissioning and Operation of LNG plant• Types of processes and process equipment used in piping systems • Electrical System Engineering of pipework • Power Plant Commissioning•  ypes of piping systems and key concepts to understanding T •  eveloping quality-focused processes for managing the handover, D system operation For further details or booking regarding operation and maintenance of building facilities For further details or booking regarding •  nderstanding the key challenges that affect oil production and UKey Programme Highlights these tailored programmes, please contact process facilities these tailored programmes, please contact• Introduction to piping systems and technology us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us: us at + (44) 020 7731 9801 or email us:• Piping standards and regulations enquiries@gtcenegy.com Key Programme Highlights enquiries@gtcenegy.com• Piping engineering and system processes • Introduction to pre-commissioning management• Piping maintenance protocols and management • Production pre-commissioning planning and procedures • Commissioning tracking systems implementation • Quality assurance and control in production processes • Operational safety requirements for production pre-commissioning
  • 66 / GTC Energy: Corporate Social Responsibility GTC Energy: Booking / 67GTC Energy Corporate Social ResponsibilityPromoting environmental sustainability Booking Terms & Conditionsin the energy industry TrainingAt GTC Energy, we are committed to the To do this: Payment Nigeria: By Electronic Transfer fee (unless the programme has beenprinciples of social and environmental •  e continue to recognise and integrate W All programme fees must be paid in Account Name: Global Training previously changed).sustainability in the energy industry. non-financial risks and opportunities full no later than 14 days prior to the Consulting Ltd. Less than 14 days written notice: The full into our decision-making processes. start of the programme (or immediately Bank: National Westminster Bank fee is due. •  e place importance on the W for late bookings). Payments may be Address: 45 Fulham Broadway, development of strategies to address made in alternative local currencies to London, SW6 1AG GTC reserves the right to cancel or climate change that aligns with British Pounds. The rate of conversion to IBAN: GB44 NWBK 6022 1666 1175 42 amend a programme without penalty global solutions. be obtained from your local bank at the SWIFT: NWBK GB 2L or compensation, providing 14 days is •  e educate organisations and W time of payment. Account Number: 66117542 given after notice. Where possible GTC individuals on how to address Sort Code: 60-22-16 will endeavour to provide you with either operational emissions reduction. Your programme is NOT confirmed until an alternative programme/date and or •  e promote efficient energy use and W payment has been received. Nigeria: By bankers draft location and will provide this programme alternate energy development. Drawn in GBP sterling, made payable at the same fee as originally paid •  e promote environmental W GTC will not be responsible for any to Global Training Consulting Ltd. regardless of the published prices. sustainability management financial shortfall if fees are changed and posted to: Should the alternatives not be in emerging economies. from alternative foreign currency. Global Training Consulting, satisfactory you will be entitled to The Point, 210 New Kings Road, a full refund. Certification and Business Tools are London SW6 4NZ dependant upon programme fees being GTC will not be responsible for any losses paid in full, prior to attendance. Transferring programmes incurred due to the cancellation of Attendance on a programme can be a programme, such as flights, Payment details postponed once bookings have been accommodation etc. In the event of GTC will require payments in GBP sterling made. However, intention to postpone a programme being cancelled before the programme commences. must be sent in writing 14 days prior to the start of the programme concerned. Other terms UK: By Electronic Transfer Written notification is required to transfer GTC reserves the right to remove any Account Name: Global Training a booking to another programme. This can delegate from their programme should Consulting Ltd. be applied without charge (if the their behaviour be deemed inappropriate Bank: National Westminster Bank programme fees for both programmes by Global Training Consulting or its Address: 45 Fulham Broadway, are identical). Only one transfer can be partners. This will result in no refund London, SW6 1AG made. Should you transfer a booking to of programme fees or other IBAN: GB44 NWBK 6022 1666 1175 42 an alternative date/location/programme expenditure incurred. SWIFT: NWBK GB 2L and fail to attend or cancel the full fees Account Number: 66117542 are due and no refund can be made. Sort Code: 60-22-16 Cancelling programmes /Late UK: By bankers draft attendance Drawn in GBP sterling, made payable A written notification of cancellation to Global Training Consulting Ltd. should be sent at least 14 days prior and posted to: to the start of the programme, should Global Training Consulting, circumstances prevent the delegate from The Point, 210 New Kings Road, attending the programme concerned. London SW6 4NZ PLEASE NOTE our cancellation fees. 14 days written notice – No cancellation
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