“Essentials of Global Oil & Gas Industry”; The original and the best

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This course has recently been completely updated to ensure that delegates are up to date with all the core technical and commercial detail needed to understand the world of Oil & Gas, and to appreciate what the future might hold in this volatile global industry. Similar Global Oil & Gas Industry essentials courses, in 1-day, 2-day and 3-day formats, have been successfully delivered through various well-known training organisations since 2009 with many hundreds of satisfied delegates. The oil and gas industry is extremely dynamic and many training organisations simply cannot keep pace. At Holmwood Consulting, we have an advantage as we get to work with many of the O&G industry’s global leaders as core business.

Have you ever wondered what the word “Hydrocarbon” or “Petroleum” means or where oil & gas actually come from? Do you understand common Oil & Gas industry terms such as seismic, trap, fishing, farm-out, wire-line, workover, wet gas, stranded gas, Christmas tree, FPSO, EOR, LNG, NGL, LPG, GTL, fracking, drilling mud, and dry hole? This course has recently been completely updated to ensure that delegates are up to date with all the core technical and commercial detail needed to understand the world of Oil & Gas, and to appreciate what the future might hold in this volatile global industry. 

Amazingly by the time you have finished reading this paragraph, the World will have used an olympic-sized swimming pool of oil, and, by the time today ends, the World will have consumed a staggering 92,000,000 barrels of oil (IEA).

Taking only a short time out of your busy schedule, this course gives you the key essentials of the oil industry from exploration through production & refining to company strategies, and the gas industry by way of commercialisation, processing, pipelines, LNG, UGS and downstream.

Want to Understand this complex world of Oil & Gas Industry in just a few days?

This leading 3-day training, described in the O&G Brochure, is available from Holmwood Consulting Limited for open course providers and for in-company delivery on a worldwide basis. Presented by Leigh Bolton, it allows delegates to get to grips with the global Oil and Gas business, in terms of  conventional and unconventional developments, the industry terminology and what the future might hold. Learn how the oil industry works from a technical and commercial perspective and how and why the natural gas business must be viewed differently. This will all be conveyed in an integrated fashion by looking at the “big picture” and keeping the use of industry “jargon” to a minimum but fully explaining the language of the hydrocarbons business through the entire supply and value chains.

This course is instructor-led presented live to groups. Questions and discussion are welcome at any time. It is far more than just a brief introduction to oil & gas but suits everyone from lawyers to focused professionals in one specific area of the business, as well as new entrants seeking to understand this complex and misunderstood industry. You and your colleagues can benefit greatly in just 3 days by gaining an understanding of the key dynamics  that will accelerate your performance with a superior understanding of the Oil & Gas industry.

Increasingly, we have noted a trend to direct contract with us and we are running in-company courses to great benefit for in-house capability building for several key clients around the world, particularly companies who are service companies or who supply equipment to the O&G industry. Please contact us for more information.

 

Some recent feedback comments on these courses:

Very knowledgeable trainer …. explains things in clear and practical terms (Total)

The course was very knowledgeable and informative, with up-to-date information on the industry, making it easy to understand and less technical. (Nexum Petroleum)

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