The British Academy for Training and Development offers Short Professional Diploma in Gas and Oil Management, which is designed to suit anyone interested in developing leadership and strategic thinking skills within the complex and rapidly evolving oil and gas industry. On the importance of developing strategies and linking them to the objectives of maximizing wealth within the context of the oil and gas industry. The main controller of the future. The global oil and gas industry is also undergoing drastic changes due to international pricing competition, changing industry dynamics, depreciation of infrastructure assets, in addition to the need to stop operating equipment in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. Through this training program, participants will be able to familiarize themselves with the foundations of the oil industry profession and gas.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
Workers in the oil and gas industry.
All interested in obtaining an overview or understanding of the basics of oil and gas and its operations.
Contractors working in the industry.
Anyone who is non-technical and works in the industry and seeks a better and expanded understanding of operations.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
Structuring the lifecycle of the oil and gas industry and a comprehensive understanding of how the industry operates from upstream to downstream
Knowledge of how oil is formed, found, recovered, extracted, processed, transported, and sold
Description of terminology and functions including installation, production facilities and/onshore and offshore operations and support requirements
Explain oil and gas operations and identify the challenges associated with them, as well as the various monitoring systems and equipment control
Do a study on why the industry is classified as an industry with high standards in risk security
Ability to appreciate and understand each component of the program - oil and gas industry, leadership, and strategic thinking
Knowledge of the basic frameworks of strategic planning.
Ability to set priorities in relation to continuing professional development
Introduction to Oil and Gas Management
Ground Operations Scope
Naval Operations Scope
Global Market Outlook: Energy Needs and Statistics
Oil and gas properties
Accumulation of oil and gas
Exploration and production equipment
Wild production operations
Offshore Production Operations
Requirements for equipment and land and marine uses
Risks and upstream exploration activities
Health and safety
Obtaining exploration rights
Oil and gas exploration
Fluid cutting and drilling
Drilling from the bottom support units
Drilling floating units
Drilling rigs and land units
Mobile Offshore Drilling Units
Directional drilling and horizontal drilling
Stream midstream, downstream and shutdown
Storage and its importance
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
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