Oil and Gas Economics
WhenJul 03, 2014 09:00 AM to
Jul 04, 2014 05:00 PM
Dont miss this essential training course that will help you to create a decision making framework for analysing, interpreting and evaluating the vast economic and risk parameters of oil and gas projects; delivered by experts.
Key Learning Outcomes
Identify the role of project economics in the petroleum industry> Learn the language of project commercial decision making
Discover cash flow and profit analysis techniques
Perform discounted cash-flow economic evaluations
Examine profitability and capital efficiency indicators including:_ Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) analysis_ Finding, lifting and development costs_ Profitability Index, payback time and maximum exposure> Explain screening and ranking techniques> Discover probability, expected monetary value and value of information> Appreciate uncertainty through risk and sensitivity analysis> Explore the differences between additional vs accelerated reserves> Understand the different petroleum fiscal environments
About the Course
Financial considerations for projects and investments are an ever increasing concern. This is especially true as petroleum projects become more complex and costly.
Successful companies work using a decision making framework which includes a strict project progression (or gating) procedure to allow sound financial decisions to be made based upon a rigorous analysis of risk and uncertainty.
It is therefore critical that all key members of the team understand the financial risks involved in business decision making. This training is an excellent primer for professionals outside the financial field as well as a refresher course across a wide range of financial topics for the finance or accounting professional.Development of projects using multidisciplinary teams is a necessity. These professionals will learn terms and concepts that are vital in developing the understanding that is required.
Price: $ 2744.50 AUD
Speakers: Keith Davison, Mark Graham
Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas