Oxford Management Centre

Risk Management for Oil & Gas

Available dates

Jun 29—Jul 3, 2020
5 days
Houston, Texas, United States
TBD

Disclaimer

Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with Oxford Management Centre.

Full disclaimer.

About the course

This Oxford course will enable delegates to expand their knowledge and understanding of Energy Management and Energy Risks in both their local and global setting. It will give delegates an understanding of energy strategy and planning for the medium and long-term future of energy supply and energy management. Considerations are political and economic issues affecting supply and demand.

Delegates will be introduced to risk management in general and then to risk management in the oil and gas sector. Risks in extraction, production and distribution will be discussed. The course will culminate in the production of an individual toolkit for risk in the delegates' workplace. The toolkit will cover both energy strategy for the oil and gas sector and the management of energy risks in operations.

Seminar Objective

To make delegates aware of:

  • Risk Management in General
  • Energy Risks and Energy Risk Mitigation in the Oil and Gas Industries
  • Local Energy Concerns
  • The Context of their Organization's Energy Risks into the Global Situation
  • Selection and Use of various Risk Management Techniques in their own businesses
  • Preparation and Planning for Energy Risks in their business
  • Oversight and Management of Energy Risks in Operations and Capital Projects

Seminar Outline

  • Set the Context for their Organization's Energy Risks into the Global Situation
  • Understand the Extent and Nature of Energy Fragility and Understanding How to Produce an Energy Risk Strategy for Delegate's Own Businesses
  • Immediate Forward Planning to Manage Risks
  • Specific Industry Day to Day Risks in Extraction, Production and Distribution
  • Energy Failures and Problems
  • Enhanced Risk Understanding
  • Enhanced Energy Risk Management Controls
  • Avoidance of Energy Interruption
  • Mitigation Activities during Energy Interruption
  • Select and Use various Risk Management Techniques in their Own Businesses

Who should attend

This Oxford course is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Those with risk responsibilities
  • Those with Facilities' and Infrastructure responsibilities in businesses
  • Managers with responsibility for future business planning
  • Those engaged in capital projects (which will require additional energy management)

Course reviews