The aim of this training course is to raise your knowledge and understanding of international E&P finance and accounting to an intermediate level. This is achieved by in-depth examination of international practices and current developments across a broad range of relevant topics. You are encouraged to challenge existing methods as a basis for reviewing procedures and introducing improvements in your own work place.
Course Duration: 10 modules of max. 2 hours each, delivered over 5 days The first session will run for 2½ hours to allow for introductions, subsequent sessions will be 2 hours long. Each day will consist of 2 sessions (1 morning/1 afternoon) with a break of 10 minutes during each of the sessions, time will be allowed for questions and discussions.
Course Level: Skill Instructor: Matilde Giulianelli or Robert Hockley
Designed for you, if you are...
Working in finance and have a good foundation knowledge in exploration and production accounting
We recommend that, to derive maximum benefit from this course, you first attend our predecessor Level 1 course.
How we build your confidence
The course content has been designed to be delivered via a ‘Live’ Remote Instructor-Led platform. It is a highly participative course using a combination of instruction, group discussions and practical examples and exercises to ensure attendees absorb both the theory and the practical application of the topics.
"Instructor was very good - above average, with great energy to present all relevant info." - Deputy GM at NIS
“A course which is relevant to any oil and gas professional who wants to expand their knowledge of the oil & gas industry. A very experienced trainer, who understands the industry well.” - BG Kenya
“I have been waiting for a course like this one for a long time now and it will change my daily work a lot and my view on the decisions that I have to make every day. I would love to help set up something like this course in Morocco to help others to understand the business.” - Kosmos Energy
"I have been auditing O&G companies for the last 13 years but never quite understood certain difficult terminologies and calculations. The training course covered these all and I really appreciate it." - KPMG