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2 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence                                                                                        ...
4 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence                                                                                        ...
6 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence                                                                                        ...
8 / GTC Energy: Driving Excellence                                                                                        ...
GTC Energy: Training Programmes / 11Energy Training
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GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 23Training Calendar 2013
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GTC Energy brochure 2013

  1. 1. Driving excellenceacross the energy industryin emerging economiesTraining | Consultancy | Operations,Maintenance and Commissioningwww.gtcenergy.com
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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:
  7. 7. GTC Energy: Training Programmes / 11Energy Training
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Energy Consultancy / 15Energy Consultancy
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning / 19Operations, Maintenance and Commissioning
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. GTC Energy: Training Calendar / 23Training Calendar 2013
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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

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