The oil and gas value chain can be viewed from the exploration, development, production and marketing. The capital and investment costs are usually substantial thus deals are usually shared among many actors. Transportation entails several players, often covering long distances and requiring complex transportation infrastructure. This course covers aspects of the oil and gas supply chain, from exploration and development of hydrocarbon resources to supplying end-users. It emphasizes in identifying opportunities and strategies for value creation within the oil and gas industry.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Oil and gas regulators, economists, oil and gas dealers, environmentalists and officers working in oil and gas oriented institutions.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• Explore physical supply chain processes including oil and gas production, gas processing, shipping and pipeline transportation of oil, gas and LNG, storage and retail distribution;
• Map and understand the roles of the main actors in the oil and gas sector;
• Unpack the main value chain considerations in upstream, midstream and downstream activities;
• Appreciate how value addition and appropriation can be enhanced in the oil and gas sector;
• Identify opportunities and challenges in investing in an oil and gas business.
• Overview of the oil and gas industry;
• Main consumption markets;
• Industry and market participants;
• Enhancing the value of oil and gas resources;
• Oil and gas logistics;
• Regulation of end-user markets;
• Retail and wholesale marketing;
• Overview of petrochemicals markets.