Courses

  • Fully Integrated Overview of the Oil and Gas Industry
    This 5 day course is intended to develop a greater understanding for a wide range of individuals at different levels of seniority in their respective careers targeted at the Oil and Gas industry, covering industry terminology, industry specific accounting, economic modelling and forecasting, financing, corporate and asset valuations, and other practical application tools within the oil and gas industry. This unique development opportunity is offered to those wishing to further enhance their learning and development experience for general interest and career progression in the Oil and Gas industry, appealing to those working in the industry or attempting to enter it. This offering will help both emerging leaders and leaders develop and refine their ability to lead strategically and build more tools to ensure they drive accountability within their respective organizations, as they drive to a more “balanced scorecard” approach to leadership.
  • Economic/Financial Modeling and Financing Course
    This 2 day course is intended to develop a greater understanding with respect to building comprehensive strategic Economic and Financial models that can be used for activities such valuations, assessment of growth strategies, investment decision making purposes, and financings. The course goes into details and in-depth hands on review of a constructed model which can then be used to forecast/predict Project Economics, Pro Forma Financial Statements generation, Sensitivity Analysis with the incorporation of Scenario Probabilities, and key parameters that are used for decision making leading to a “GO”/”NO-GO” decision for investments. The 2 day session also covers the Financing aspect of the Project and the Treasury and related Concepts (i.e.: Debt vs. Equity, Life Cycle of the firm, Fixed vs. Floating rate Debt, Credit Ratings and impact on cost of capital, etc...).
  • Counterparty Risk Assessment
    This 1 day course is intended to develop a greater understanding for a wide range of individuals with respect to conducting a Counterparty Risk Assessment for a wide range of entities. The course goes into details and in-depth hands on analysis of various entities’ financial statements, review of management and management practices, and various other important components that need to be assessed when choosing partners, suppliers, and important decisions such as whether or not to do business with a customer on a secured or unsecured basis. Counterparty Risk Assessment has always been an important tool but became even more important with the 2008 Credit Crisis when numerous counterparties were defaulting.