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The Gas Chain and Growing Domestic Gas Markets

There are considerable training needs at all levels in the developing national gas markets.  We have therefore put together a programme of trainin

Corporate Training Programme

(Five or Ten Days)

Summary

There are considerable training needs at all levels in the developing national gas markets.  We have therefore put together a programme of training courses in the commercial, regulatory and technical aspects of natural gas, to help participants to drive forward the gas market business effectively and competitively.

This is a five-day certificated course on the gas chain and growing domestic gas markets. This course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn about gas regulation, gas engineering and gas marketing.

Course objectives

After completing this course, each student will have an understanding of economic gas regulation and basics of how to regulation the commercial activities of gas enterprises.

Who will benefit?

Government and parastatal officials involved in the regulation of energy or gas enterprises, company executives involved in regulated activities, and operational managers, all of whom deal with regulation or its effects in their daily operational roles.

Previous experience

No previous experience is needed.

Curriculum

1. National gas market

National gas market; National Petroleum and Gas Legislation; Overview of International Gas Markets

2. Gas value chain

Production; LNG; Transportation; Distribution; Storage; Supply and trading

3. Gas properties and characteristics

Chemical properties and characteristics; utilisation and combustion of natural gas

4. The Development of Gas Markets

Regulated; Liberalised; Traded

5. Overview of Gas Regulation

Legal framework; Licences; Price regulation; Access to networks

 6. Gas utilisation

Gas demand load forecasting; Gas demand modelling; Gas sales contracting; Key Supply Side Factors

 7. Supply / Demand matching

Main concepts; Optimisation; Third Party Access (TPA)

8. Project Development

Emerging market structures; Project structures; Economic rents

9. The Main Players and Corporate Strategies

10. Case Studies of Gas Market Developments