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2018 Energy Efficiency Global Forum (EE Global 2018)
May21-22, 2018| Copenhagen, Denmark

EE Global Forum 2018, being held May 21-22 at UN City and Odd Fellow Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark, is the leading international energy efficiency event, drawing hundreds of energy efficiency influencers for two days of unparalleled discussion at its Plenary and Executive Dialogue sessions, and best-in-class networking aimed at driving actionable plans for the next generation of energy efficiency.
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www.eeglobalforum.org

emc
June 20-21, 2018
Washington State Convention Center
Seattle, WA
www.energyevent.com

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Attending WEEC?
CIET will be running its valuable RETScreen Expert training course in Charlotte! RETScreen Expert Training (held in conjunction with WEEC)
October 15-17, 2018 | Charlotte, NC
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October 17-19, 2018
Charlotte Convention Center
Charlotte, NC
www.energycongress.com


November 13-14, 2018
13th Annual SAEEC Conference & Expo
Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, South Africa
www.saee.org.za


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March 20-21, 2019
Hynes Convention Center
Boston, MA
www.globalconevent.com

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ENGAGE INVEST EXPLOIT - Premier Technology Investor Showcase, Edinburgh

McEwan Hall, Bristo Square, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG, United Kingdom

Thursday, April 19, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, April 19, 2018 11:30 PM

Aside from the stunning scenery and breathtaking historical setting, Scotland is where ideas become legends. You could say pioneering innovation is in Scotland's soul; we have been exporting talent and innovation around the world for centuries, from the telephone and television to penicillin and Dolly the Sheep.

Our population may be small but it packs a punch with two billion dollar companies in FanDuel and Skyscanner emerging from just one square mile of Edinburgh. Scotland has the talent and the networks to deliver big so come and see it for yourself. You won't be disappointed.

AT EIE YOU WILL:

- Network with fellow investors and entrepreneurs

- Meet 60 pitching companies seeking investment

- Hear from industry thought leaders

WHAT DOES EIE LOOK LIKE?

--- Wednesday 18th April 2018 ---

EIE is all about making connections and building your pipeline.

Investors are invited to attend an exclusive drinks reception aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia the evening before the conference. Here you will have the opportunity to build relationships with local investors and explore syndicate possibilities.

Entrepreneurs and corporate guests alike can start networking over a drink or two whilst taking in the sights of the historical city centre on our pub trail.

--- Thursday 19th April 2018 ---

Over the course of the conference day EIE18 will showcase 60 high growth, data-driven innovative tech companies pitching for seed, to series A, funding. Companies are pre-selected from the following sectors:

Satellites And Space Tech AI And Data Science Internet of Things Energy, Climate And Cleantech Digital Health And Medtech Fintech And Cybersecurity Creative Design And Mediatech Robotics And Autonomy Smart Cities And Mobility

This year's keynotes will be delivered by pioneers of the tech and investment world; Dame Stehpanie Shirley and Eileen Burbidge MBE.

The conference will culminate at the spectacular National Museum of Scotland where conversations can continue over dinner.

URL: Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/177177-1?pid=1567

Prices: Early Bird Investor (expires 31/12/17): GBP 195 Early Bird Business Guest (expires 31/12/17): GBP 190 Early Bird Start Up (expires 31/12/17): GBP 70

Speakers: Dame Stephanie Shirley, Eileen Burbidge MBE

Time: 8:00 am to 11:30 pm

Catagory: Conferences, Business And Economics, Business, Startups

Contact:    Ronnie Johnston
ronnie@informatics-ventures.com
+44 (0) 131 650 9979

For more information, click here.

Energy Efficiency in Your Community

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Thursday, April 19, 2018 10:00 AM - Thursday, April 19, 2018 4:30 PM

Community Energy England and Carbon Coop have joined forces to bring you a full day of workshops and presentations from industry experts and practitioners in energy efficiency and domestic retrofit.

Contact:    Jon Hall
communityenergyengland@gmail.com
0114 312 2248

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

Houston, TX

Friday, April 20, 2018 12:00 AM

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

2018 Succession Planning Event

The AMA Atlanta Executive Conference Center

Saturday, April 21, 2018 12:00 AM - Sunday, April 22, 2018 12:00 AM

This year’s Succession Planning Event will showcase interactive workshops and sessions that will enable you to overcome succession planning challenges and create programs that will not only influence current employee behavior, retention, and development but will make you more attractive to the right candidates and hires, resulting in a talent pool of high performers and future leaders.

Contact:    Kristel Robinson
info@the-tma.org
888.339.9599 ext. 501

For more information, click here.



Singapore, Singapore

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Tuesday, April 24, 2018 12:00 AM

This course provides an introduction to the trading of physical crude oil. Delegates will gain an understanding of the knowledge possessed by a physical crude oil trader and the steps involved in negotiating a physical crude oil transaction. In addition, delegates will be given an overview of crude oil quality, vessel and pipeline transportation, and the terminology associated with this facet of the petroleum industry. Energy futures contracts and over the counter instruments are also covered in this course offering. There are periodic quizzes and a trading game in the course, and these reinforce the course material.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Prerequisites: As this is an introductory course, there are no prerequisites.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Understanding the International Petrochemicals Business - Technology, Markets and Economics

Oxford, UK

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM

The organic chemical industry centres on the relationships between raw materials, intermediates, end products and applications. Basic to these relationships are chemical reactions, and fundamental to the total business is economics. To be able to work successfully within this complex industry requires a combination of practical experience with an understanding of chemistry, markets and economics. The course offers an organised overview of the industry that is essential for the successful operations within it. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required.

What you will learn: Insight into the "broad picture" Understanding of the concepts the industry has evolved Understanding of the economics of the industry The refining-petrochemical interface and the origin of the industry-s seven basic raw materials Understanding of the value chains that flow from the seven basic raw materials Who the major players are and their role in the massive restructuring the industry is undergoing

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

European Gas and Power Trading

London, UK

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM

This three-day, highly interactive, workshop is designed to provide an introductory overview of the way natural gas and electricity are traded within Europe. Delegates will learn the general principles of how gas and power markets work and how trading is carried out in the various different types of market – spot and forward, exchange- based and OTC. They will also get an idea of what a trader's job involves through competitive team trading simulations and other hands-on exercises that focus on different aspects of trading and risk management.

Topics explored include:

Basic trading concepts: Fundamentals of gas Power and emissions markets Market analysis Gas and power trading instruments Trading strategies including arbitrage and the use of gas storage Mechanics of trading on exchanges, in auctions and through bilateral contracts Principles of risk measurement, management and hedging Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimised.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

International Oil Trading and Pricing

London, UK

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Thursday, April 26, 2018 12:00 AM

This course covers the basic principles of oil trading and the markets. Through a variety of specific exercises, delegates will learn the techniques involved in trading and how to address day-to-day problems.

The course focuses on the key markets, pricing and the mechanisms involved in trading. Aspects of the various exposures encountered in trading are covered together with hedging and price risk management techniques. Syndicate exercises will address each skill required. Over the course, syndicate groups will manage their own company positions in live trading situations.

It is recommended that delegates should have attended "International Oil Supply, Transportation, Refining and Trading" (SP1) or have working knowledge of all of the subjects covered in that course.

What you will learn: Comprehend the Brent Market and its influence on international pricing Position management with hedging tools The structure of purchase/sales contracts including exposures and transaction costs Price risk management Developing successful trading strategies The use of trading instruments to capture the market Use of Freight Forwards to manage freight risk Working the arbitrage Trading structured positions and live markets

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course your employees will understand:

A full understanding of the international oil markets, the market drivers and principal players, and the factors in price formation for crude and products. Knowledge of a full range of trading techniques; in depth understanding of price exposure and the various instruments which can be used for dealing with price, credit and shipping risk. The opportunity for practical application of the knowledge gained through specially designed exercises, and trading on the live markets. A detailed appreciation of contract terms and conditions, together with the opportunity to negotiate and work with other delegates from a large range of organisations and cultures. Recourse to the knowledge and experience of a world-class faculty and visiting lecturers.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Oil Trading Orientation

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM

This three-day workshop is ideal for non-traders wishing to know more about the world of oil trading, or for delegates who are at the very beginning of an oil trading career. Delegates will learn the terminology and key building blocks of knowledge for crude oil and petroleum product trading. They will also receive a first-hand perspective of what a trader's job involves, through competitive team trading simulations focusing on different aspects of trading and risk management. Topics explored include crude oil quality, product refining, blending and specifications, market fundamentals, technical analysis, key trading strategies, pricing mechanisms, derivatives trading, risk management and the mechanics of trading and operations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of the North American Electric Power Industry

Houston, TX

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM

Deregulation of the electricity marketplace continues to be a controversial topic. During this period of historic and rapid change, there is much to learn. Let this programme be your first step. This one-day event is a combination of presentation and trading simulations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module

This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Upon completion of this course, your employees will understand: The basics of electricity and how it differs from other physical energy commodities The fundamentals of generating electricity and various types of generation technologies How power is traded: qualities, quantities, time increments and the difference between physical and financial power The characteristics of participants in the power markets The characteristics of major North American power markets Deregulation in the electricity industry The concepts behind power pools, ISOs and RTOs The differences between energy-only and capacity markets The essential components of the transmission system and how it operates, including the uses of and different types of ancillary services How and why the power market is converging with the natural gas market How to unbundle power, including spark spreads and heat rate trading.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Understanding the International Petrochemicals Business - Technology, Markets and Economics

Oxford, UK

Monday, April 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM

The organic chemical industry centres on the relationships between raw materials, intermediates, end products and applications. Basic to these relationships are chemical reactions, and fundamental to the total business is economics. To be able to work successfully within this complex industry requires a combination of practical experience with an understanding of chemistry, markets and economics. The course offers an organised overview of the industry that is essential for the successful operations within it. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required.

What you will learn: Insight into the "broad picture" Understanding of the concepts the industry has evolved Understanding of the economics of the industry The refining-petrochemical interface and the origin of the industry-s seven basic raw materials Understanding of the value chains that flow from the seven basic raw materials Who the major players are and their role in the massive restructuring the industry is undergoing

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Argus Marpol Strategy Summit

The Houstonian Hotel, Resort and Spa, 111 North Post Oak Lane, Houston, 77024, United States

Monday, April 23, 2018 3:00 PM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 3:00 PM

The fuels markets continue to be a major focus of discussion with looming uncertainty and opportunity. The IMO MARPOL regulations have been outlined for over a year now, but there are still huge questions on how this will affect the markets. What will compliance look like? How will regulations be enforced? What will the penalties be?

Attend the Argus Marpol Strategy Summit to hear insight and innovative strategies addressing these pressing issues and discover how to manage these changing market dynamics.

Join us in Houston this April to:

- Gain a comprehensive overview of the global markets

- Hear experts focus in on new regulations, related changes in demand, refinery economics and more

- Network and exchange ideas with over 200 delegates from the fuels sector

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/190331-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Pre-registration (until February 23): USD 1395

Early registration (February 24 to March 23): USD 1595

Standard registration (March 24 to April 22) : USD 1795

Onsite registration (March 23-25): USD 1995

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Contact:    Bel Cevallos
bel.cevallos@argusmedia.com
713 360 7566

For more information, click here.

North American Natural Gas Physical & Financial Fundamentals

Houston, TX

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 12:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM

This two-day course is designed to introduce delegates to the functionality of the natural gas industry, transportation, storage, trading and hedging. Discussion includes physical natural gas beginning with exploration and concluding with the delivery to the burner-tip. It will provide an understanding of the role of pipelines in the natural gas industry and a broad insight to the dynamics that impact the economic decisions facing industry participants. It covers the physical aspects of commodity markets and natural gas as a commodity, discusses the influence of shale gas, defines trading and hedging, presents the main types of contracts for natural gas trading and hedging, defines and discusses natural gas volatility, gives examples of primary types of natural gas trading, and discusses integrated portfolio management for hedging and trading.

Delegates will interact with the material through a series of group quizzes and simulations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive an online voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Prerequisites As this is an introductory course, there are no prerequisites.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

10th Annual MENA New Energy Summit

Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira, P.O. Box 5588, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Uniting every utility, developer and EPC company, MENA New Energy is the leader in driving forwards strategic, profit driven and technical engagement.

Win tenders: Assess the latest pipeline of PPAs and FITs in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan and more

Project finance: Review the latest initiatives to reach financial close in MENA's leading projects including DEWA IV, KSA round I and II, Sweihan, NOOR and more

CSP market renaissance: Assess the future timelines for DEWA's 200 MW CSP plant and review which nations will aim to deploy more CSP off the back of UAE's success

PV utility and non-utility markets: Learn of the commercial opportunities for utility scale as well as rooftop, distributed generation, hybrids and other non-utility applications

Driving wind developments: Minismise the risk profiles for wind at development and construction stages – with case studies from Morroco, Egypt, Jordan, Oman and KSA

Energy storage's future in MENA: Assess how leading governments will assess the cost/benefit of energy storage to best generate and distribute electricity Uniting every utility, developer and EPC company, MENA New Energy is the leader in driving forwards strategic, profit driven and technical engagement.

Win tenders: Assess the latest pipeline of PPAs and FITs in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan and more

Project finance: Review the latest initiatives to reach financial close in MENA's leading projects including DEWA IV, KSA round I and II, Sweihan, NOOR and more

CSP market renaissance: Assess the future timelines for DEWA's 200 MW CSP plant and review which nations will aim to deploy more CSP off the back of UAE's success

PV utility and non-utility markets: Learn of the commercial opportunities for utility scale as well as rooftop, distributed generation, hybrids and other non-utility applications

Driving wind developments: Minismise the risk profiles for wind at development and construction stages – with case studies from Morroco, Egypt, Jordan, Oman and KSA

Energy storage's future in MENA: Assess how leading governments will assess the cost/benefit of energy storage to best generate and distribute electricity

Price: Economy: USD 1500 Business: USD 1700

Speakers: ACWA Power, ENGIE, MASEN, DEWA, ADWEA

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Renewable Energies | Solar

Contact:    Paul Soskin
paul@newenergyupdate.com
02073757503

For more information, click here.

10th Annual MENA New Energy Summit 2018

Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira, P.O. Box 5588, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Uniting every utility, developer and EPC company, MENA New Energy is the leader in driving forwards strategic, profit driven and technical engagement.

Win tenders: Assess the latest pipeline of PPAs and FITs in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan and more

Project finance: Review the latest initiatives to reach financial close in MENA's leading projects including DEWA IV, KSA round I and II, Sweihan, NOOR and more

CSP market renaissance: Assess the future timelines for DEWA's 200 MW CSP plant and review which nations will aim to deploy more CSP off the back of UAE's success

PV utility and non-utility markets: Learn of the commercial opportunities for utility scale as well as rooftop, distributed generation, hybrids and other non-utility applications

Driving wind developments: Minismise the risk profiles for wind at development and construction stages – with case studies from Morroco, Egypt, Jordan, Oman and KSA

Energy storage's future in MENA: Assess how leading governments will assess the cost/benefit of energy storage to best generate and distribute electricity

Price: Economy: USD 1500 Business: USD 1700

Speakers: ACWA Power, ENGIE, MASEN, DEWA, ADWEA

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Renewable Energies | Solar

Contact:    Paul Soskin
paul@newenergyupdate.com
02073757503

For more information, click here.

LEAP HR: Oil and Gas Conference, Houston 2018

Hotel Derek, 2525 West Loop S, Houston, TX, 77027, United States

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:00 PM

LEAP HR: Oil and Gas is a rare opportunity for people leaders from across the industry to find out how to build a more agile workforce, and achieve peak organizational performance. Discover how to accelerate new approaches to flexible work, recharge a resilient organization, and determine what your Oil and Gas workforce of tomorrow really looks like.

Join over 100 people leaders in Oil and Gas to find out:

- How are the most admired Oil and Gas firms reshaping their people strategy to build a more robust culture and recharge a resilient workforce in this turbulent industry?
- What new HR initiatives are helping agile organizations to accelerate new approaches to flexible work?
- And how are both onshore and offshore organizations rethinking how to lead leaner organizations into a new Oil and Gas future?

With new speakers and fresh case studies, LEAP HR: Oil and Gas 2018 remains the unique opportunity for senior people leaders in this industry to really challenge and get creative around how we do HR in Oil and Gas.

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/177534-0?pid=1567
Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/177534-2?pid=1567


Prices:
Conference + 2 Workshops: USD 1997
Conference + Workshop: USD 1798
Conference Only: USD 1599
Workshop only (each): USD 299

Speakers: Bill Johnson - Chief Transformation Officer - DCP Midstream, Uwem Ukpong - Chief Integration Officer - Baker Hughes - a GE Company, Harry Elsinga - Chief Human Resources Officer - Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Tamara Bray - Chief Human Resources Officer - DCP Midstream, Travis Fitts - Chief Administrative Officer and SVP Human Resources - Sidewinder Drilling, James Tastard - Chief Human Resources Officer - Geokinetics, Teresa Fairbrook - Chief Human Resources Officer - Pioneer Jenny McCauley - Senior Vice President, Administration - Southwestern Energy, Mahesh Puducheri - Global Vice President of Human Resources - Halliburton, Julie Holmes - Vice President Human Resources - Next Era Energy, Agnes Johansen - Vice President People and Leadership - Statoil, Corinna Carbone - Vice President Human Resources, Organization and Services - Eni Petroleum, Kirk Ginn - Vice President Human Resources - Atlas Sand, Maria Martinez - Vice President Human Resources - Murphy Oil, Chuck Heaton - Vice President Human Resources - Technip FMC, Trina Rauscher-Cooper - Vice President Human Resources - Vallourec, Jason Anderson - Vice President Human Resources - Rowan Companies, Wesley Vestal - Vice President Talent Development - KBR, Dynisha Klugh - Director of Learning Technologies and Development - Nalco Champion, Orlando White - Training and Development Leader - MODEC International, Linda Stuit - KellyOCG - Vice President Global Solutions, Jeff French - Senior Area Vice President - Arthur J. Gallagher and Co. Michelle L. Maldonado - American Public University System - Associate Vice President, Susan McClure - Vice President Talent Management - Right Management Sandy Asch - Best-selling Author and Organizational Resilience Thought Leader Bob Newhouse - Former Chief Talent Officer - Noble Corporation

Contact:    Charlotte Harrison
info@hansonwade.com
+1 713 554 8380

For more information, click here.

MENA New Energy [MENASol], Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira, P.O. Box 5588, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Expand your Middle East & North Africa (MENA) renewable energy portfolio. Win Tenders, Achieve Financial Close & Develop Profitable Projects

Uniting every utility, developer and EPC company, MENA New Energy is the leader in driving forwards strategic, profit driven and technical engagement.

Win tenders:
Assess the latest pipeline of PPAs and FITs in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Algeria, Tunisia, UAE, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan & more

Project finance:
Review the latest initiatives to reach financial close in MENA's leading projects including DEWA IV, KSA round I and II, Sweihan, NOOR & more

CSP market renaissance:
Assess the future timelines for DEWA's 200 MW CSP plant & review which nations will aim to deploy more CSP off the back of UAE's success

PV utility & non-utility markets:
Learn of the commercial opportunities for utility scale as well as rooftop, distributed generation, hybrids and other non-utility applications

Driving wind developments:
Minismise the risk profiles for wind at development and construction stages - with case studies from Morroco, Egypt, Jordan, Oman and KSA

Energy storage's future in MENA:
Assess how leading governments will assess the cost/benefit of energy storage to best generate and distribute electricity

This event is for Photovoltaic [PV], Concentrated Solar Power [CSP], Wind Energy and Energy Storage companies who are interested, or already involved, in the booming renewable power market in the MENA region. Drawing Energy Ministers from the key countries and CEOs, Managing Directors, Vice Presidents and Management from major stakeholders across the entire value chain, this event is one not to miss if you are involved in the planning, development, design and construction of new power plants in emerging markets

Price
Economy: 1500
Business: 1700

Speakers: ACWA Power, ENGIE, MASEN, DEWA, ADWEA

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Renewable Energies | Solar
Sub-Categories: Exhibitions

Contact:    Paul Soskin
paul@newenergyupdate.com
02073757503

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 AM - Thursday, April 26, 2018 12:00 AM

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this programme. This is an entry-level course where we purposely keep everything in non- technical terms!

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Smart Water Systems

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, 97 Cromwell Road, London, SW7 4DN, United Kingdom

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, April 26, 2018 5:00 PM

SMi is delighted to announce the return of the 7th Annual Smart Water Systems Conference, which will be held in London on the 25th and 26th April 2018.

As well as discussing key drivers responsible for rapid market growth, Smart Water Systems 2018 will address the increasingly large role that data and information plays in the water management industry and analyse various data strategies and the demand for real-time information. This conference will take a focused look into evolving smart technology and digital developments in the water industry, from the views of regulators, utility companies and solution providers. Concerns about data management security and data protection will also be addressed, with guidance on managing 'big' data and data-collection techniques.

PLUS! Don't miss our exclusive talks surrounding topics such as water treatment, water cycle optimisation and customer engagement programmes, presented by leading industry experts to successfully help you drive efficiency and increase your knowledge of smart water.

Featured speakers will include:

David Black, Senior Director of Water 2020, Ofwat Andrew Tucker, Water Efficiency and Affordability Manager, Thames Water

Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation, Anglian Water Service Limited

Ben Earl, Water Efficiency Manager, Southern Water

Bob Stear, Head of Innovation, Severn Trent Water

Gary Smith, Head of Integrated Management Systems and Asset Information, Welsh Water

Martin Jackson, Head of IS Strategy and Enterprise Architecture, Northumbrian Water

Jeremy Heath, Innovation Manager, Sutton and East Surrey Water Plc

Kevin Murray, Metering Technology and Solutions Specialist, Irish Water

Jan Gooijer, Innovation Manager, Vitens N.V

Kristian Rokkjaer, Head of Product Management, Water Systems, Kamstrup A/S

Peter Yolles, Founder and Chief Policy Officer, WaterSmart Software

Visit http://www.smart-water-systems.com

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Water

Price:

Conference + workshop: GBP 2098,

Conference Only: GBP 1499

Contact:    Teri Arri
tarri@smi-online.co.uk
4402078276000

For more information, click here.

Argus Asian Solid Fuels 2018

TBC, Mumbai, India

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, April 26, 2018 5:00 PM

Argus has rebranded its annual Asian petroleum coke conference to the Argus Asian Solid Fuels conference to better address market changes. The event will be held on 25-26 April in Mumbai, India.

There have been many regulatory changes for solid fuel consumption in importing countries this year. In response to the changing landscape of petroleum coke and coal we are expanding our programme to better capture the needs of participants.

Join us for two full days of discussion and presentations as we explore the redefined petroleum coke and coal landscape in 2018.

URL:

Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/177813-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Early bird rate: USD 1400,

Standard rate: USD 1800

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Contact:    Josephine Pulvera
josephine.pulvera@argusmedia.com
64969932

For more information, click here.

The Oil and Gas Value Chain

Houston, TX

Thursday, April 26, 2018 12:00 AM

This one-day workshop provides an introduction to all aspects of the oil and gas supply chain, from exploration and development of hydrocarbon resources to supplying end- users. The emphasis is on identifying opportunities and strategies for value creation within the industry, including infrastructure investment, physical supply chain operations and commercial trading activities. The course explores physical supply chain processes including oil and gas production, gas processing, shipping and pipeline transportation of oil, gas and LNG, storage and retail distribution. It also considers the commercial and regulatory arrangements for oil and gas trading and end- user supply.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

Singapore, Singapore

Friday, April 27, 2018 12:00 AM

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

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Argus Mexico Fuel Markets Summit

Four Seasons Hotel Mexico City, Paseo de la Reforma 500, Mexico City, 06600, Mexico

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 7:00 AM - Wednesday, May 9, 2018 2:00 PM

Join the best networking opportunity in Mexico delivered by the leading intelligence provider in the region.

The Mexican Energy Reform provides unprecedented opportunity for fuel marketer, distributors, infrastructure developers and end-users to benefit from this rapidly changing landscape. The Argus Mexico Fuel Markets Summit, taking place May 8-9 in Mexico City, will help market participants from across the supply chain understand how the market is developing and how to profit from changes.

This conference will be delivered in a Spanish/English format with simultaneous translation available.

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/200720-1?pid=1567

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas

Price:

Pre-Registration (until March 16th): USD 1095,

Early Registration (March 17th-April 13th): USD 1395,

Standard Registration (After April 13th): USD 1595

Contact:    Bel Cevallos
bel.cevallos@argusmedia.com
7133607566

For more information, click here.

Gas and Power Hedging and Risk Management for Utilities

Portland, OR

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 12:00 AM - Thursday, May 10, 2018 12:00 AM

The principal aim of this course is to expose delegates, to comprehensive training on gas and power hedging and risk management for utilities in an applied context.

The course will enable participants to gain a practical working knowledge of gas and power markets, their main players and common traded instruments. Delegates will gain a practical understanding of the various dimensions of risk for utilities active in gas and power markets and the various tools to manage and transfer those risks.

We will present new approaches to hedge energy exposures with derivatives as well as useful techniques to unbundle gas and power structures in long term contracts and physical assets. Particular emphasis is placed on the use of derivatives as well as physical assets and contracts to manage price, credit, volumetric, and operations risk.

Pre-requisites The Pre-Study Course will focus on the following topics.

Basic Knowledge of Power Markets Good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Delegates will receive a pre-course reading package reviewing the main Excel functionality that will be used during the course Basic knowledge of physical transactions and derivatives. Knowledge of basic Physical sales and purchases, forward, futures, options. Please note: a laptop and Excel version 2007 or later is required in order to engage in market data.

Course Methodology And Materials This course is highly interactive, and we encourage delegate participation and group discussions.

Numerous case studies are presented throughout the courses, with particular emphasis on the interpretation and use of trading and risk management concepts introduced in real-life examples.

Delegates will make presentations to the group and conduct numerous individual and group exercises.

Trading Simulation

The trading simulation will provide an opportunity for delegates to use the main hedging instruments as well as take advantage of market views as a response to changes in power market conditions. Delegates will execute their own trading strategy and will calculate and monitor their own P/L, adjust their hedge book, as well as keep positions within limits such as volumetric, stop losses, VaR and Stress tests.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Understanding the Global Lubricants Business - Regional Markets, Economic Issues and Profitability

Oxford, UK

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - Friday, May 11, 2018

The lubricants business is a uniquely high profit segment of the downstream. There are many opportunities for existing players to grow their businesses and profits and for new entrants to join, but it is a highly competitive business environment. Traditional models of generating revenue through product sales are gradually being eroded, and companies need to be more innovative about creating new revenue streams. The businesses that succeed will be those whose employees understand their markets and customers in depth, develop a clear strategy, and execute it effectively and consistently.

This newly designed three day course will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the global lubricants business:

The course is an introduction to the worldwide lubricants business: market structures, participants, distribution channels, dynamics & trends, economics. The course will focus on automotive (consumer and commercial) and industrial lubricants – and examine customer and distribution channel differences between mature and developing markets. Marine and aviation lubricants markets will also be covered, but in less detail. End market applications and quality issues for the major lubricants products will be covered. The entire lubricants supply chain from base oil refining through to end user marketing to a wide range of customers will be covered – including the value chain economics and how profit is distributed across different sectors of the industry. There will be a strong emphasis on understanding both sides of the market: the demand side of lubricants markets (both consumer (B2C) and business lubricants (B2B) markets) and the supply side (base oil manufacturing), as well as how pricing and supply economics link the two sides. The course will use a range of presentations, case studies, interactive exercises and discussions to enable delegates to understand how the lubricants business works and the potential impact of technical and economic trends on regional and global markets. Presentation material will be designed to be concise and impactful, recognising that participants will benefit most if they are engaged and involved throughout the three days. Delegates will be able to identify where profitable opportunities can be found for their own companies and have confidence to make strategic business decisions.

Managers Return on Investment- Upon completion of this course your delegates will:

Understand how the global lubricants business works: for the structure of different regional and lubricant product markets and also for economics (sales revenues and profits). Understand the major long term trends impacting the lubricants business and be able to anticipate future profitable opportunities. Contribute additional value to the business through being able to relate their own role and responsibilities to the lubricants value chain, enabling them to be more effective, seek out profit enhancing opportunities and have the confidence to take strategic decisions. For those in professional roles outside the lubricants business (eg financial, legal, planning, etc), they will understand much of the terminology and jargon of the industry. Case studies and short exercises will be included in the programme to provide opportunities to interact with the information presented and to develop a deeper understanding of how to use the knowledge for delegates’ own benefit.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Argus West Africa LPG

Movenpick Ambassador Hotel Accra, Independence Avenue, Accra, Ghana

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 10, 2018 4:00 PM

West Africa LPG 2018 is endorsed by the Ministry of Energy, Ghana, and is the only event in the region organised by a world leader in LPG benchmarking and price reporting.

Join us at the first event in the region to provide a strong foundation on which to promote LPG as a modern, clean and convenient fuel for all. The inaugural Argus West Africa LPG conference will take place in Accra, Ghana, on 9 - 10 May 2018.

Hear about recent success stories in:

Developing new LPG infrastructure

Transportation routes and storage

Regulatory initiatives and policies

Safety standards in distribution

Use of LPG

Emerging technologies and much more...

You can meet decision makers from shipping and logistics companies, LPG suppliers, regulators, trading houses, integrated energy companies, marketing and distribution services, as well as exhibitors from all over the world for a showcase of the latest in LPG technology and services.

Types of companies:

LPG suppliers

Shipping and logistics

Cylinder suppliers

Equipment and accessory suppliers

Integrated energy companies

Trading houses

Marketing and distribution companies

Sample of job titles:

CEO, President, Managing Director

Heads of LPG

Business Development and Commercial Director

Regional Director and Head of Africa/ EMEA

Trader, Trading Manager

Sales and Export Director

Visit www.argusmedia.com/west-africa-lpg to find out more

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/211067-0?pid=1567

Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/211067-2?pid=1567

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/211067-3?pid=1567

Prices:

Early Bird (expires Friday 23 March) : USD 1699,

Standard Rate: USD 1899

Speakers: Mohammed Amin Adam, Alhassan Tampuli, Ben Asante, Dayo Adeshina, Henry Akwaboah, Betty Ugona, Kingsley Sarpong, Michael Kelly, Dimenji Edwards, Musonda Chipalo, Emmanuel Kotei, Mustapha Fasinro, Senyo Kwasi Hosi, Azeez Ganiyu, Hassan Omotunde, Felix Azumah

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas

Contact:    Tomas Bavington
tomas.bavington@argusmedia.com
+4402071991615

For more information, click here.

SPE Workshop: Coiled Tubing Intervention—What is Next?

Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq, 105 Zallaq Highway,Building 2015, Block 1055, Zallaq, Manama 555, Bahrain

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:00 PM

The workshop will provide an open space for coiled tubing equipment and manufactures, as well as downhole tools providers to share their latest advancements, it will also cover the areas of coiled tubing stimulations and extended reach interventions by sharing cases studies in the region, and will bring an interesting discussions into more niche applications as coiled tubing drilling, artificial lift, and production enhancement with coiled tubing, as well as production enhancement interventions.

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/209443-1?pid=1567

Prices:

SPE Members, before 25 March 2018: USD 1000 Nonmembers, before 25 March 2018: USD 1200 SPE Members, after 25 March 2018: USD 1200 Nonmembers, after 25 March 2018: USD 1400

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Contact:    Miyadeh Al Ramathany
mramathany@spe.org
0097144575866

For more information, click here.

SPE Workshop: Unconventionals in the Middle East

Sofitel Bahrain Zallaq, 105 Zallaq Highway,Building 2015, Block 1055, Zallaq, Manama, 555, Bahrain

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 10, 2018 6:00 PM

In light of the successful developments of unconventional reservoirs in the US, and as the era of easy oil and gas production is rapidly moving towards its inevitable end, the oil-reliable Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries have no choice but to start paying closer attention to the potential of unconventional reservoir in the area.

Several MENA countries have already taken the lead and started exploring the potential of unconventional reservoirs, a trend that is expected to increase in the near future and to spread to all other MENA countries.

This workshop will provide a platform for experts to present and share case histories, innovations and technologies citing challenges and opportunities faced while exploring for and producing unconventional prospects.

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/209452-1?pid=1567

Prices:

SPE Member : USD 1200

Nonmember: USD 1400

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Oil And Gas

Contact:    Miyadeh Al Ramathany
mramathany@spe.org
0097144575866

For more information, click here.

Energy Risk USA 2018 | Houston

JW Marriott Houston, 5150 Westheimer Road, Houston, 77056, United States

Monday, May 14, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:50 PM

Now in its 22nd year, Energy Risk USA returns to Houston with an agenda highlighting the biggest trends in the industry with particular focus on topics revolving around the impact of new global and domestic regulations, the use of new technology and data science in trading and risk management and endless industry disrupters that are changing energy markets as we know them.

Every year, the event attracts over 200 professionals in energy risk management and trading from across the country and beyond to discuss opportunities and issues the industry is facing. With many new developments in the industry, Energy Risk USA promises to be an exciting platform for insightful debates and exchanging ideas among key industry players!

URLs:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/209672-0?pid=1567

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/209672-1?pid=1567

Price:

Prices starting from: USD 1099

Speakers: Rostin Behnam, Michael Enger, Jerry Jeske, Ike Gibbs, Jay Matson, Liza Abad, Krystal Joscelyne, Freddy Cardozo, Thomas McAndrew, Michael Haigh

Contact:    Infopro- Digital
us.events@risk.net
+4402073169000

For more information, click here.

International LPG Trading and Pricing - Supply, Shipping Contracts and Risk Management

Oxford, UK

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 12:00 AM - Friday, May 18, 2018 12:00 AM

This course aims to provide a thorough understanding of the international supply and economic factors affecting LPG marketing and trading. Presented in association with Richardson Lawrie Associates - a maritime economics and business consulting firm with extensive global practice in chemicals trade, shipping and transportation economics. The course will analyse "workshop style", the international production and consumption outlook, pricing fundamentals, logistical needs and the available tools for price risk management.

Please note: a laptop and up-to-date version of Office would be an advantage in order to engage in market data; however it is not essential.

What You Will Learn: Regional LPG production developments and the economic and political factors affecting LPG trading and marketing The key role of shipping and terminals and alternative product trading strategies The different forms of sale and purchase contracts and charter parties The techniques of LPG trading, hedging and price risk management

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

The HERS Associate & Taking the Performance Path

Atlanta, GA

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 8:30 AM - Tuesday, May 15, 2018 4:30 PM

This full day, three-part live course reviews Building Science principles as they relate to the Performance Path option in the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). This course will introduce RESNET and the HERS Index, and relate the principles of building science as they apply to HERS. Explore the ERI/HERS Index as a tool to successfully design and build houses that meet code using the ERI/Performance Path to compliance, while also meeting the minimum prescriptive requirements of the current IECC enforced and/or adopted in the region. Participants will learn about the strategies and tools used by HERS Raters to perform analysis of a house to produce a HERS Index Score. The last part of the session will be spent reviewing energy rating software that is most often used by HERS professionals, and manipulating various construction assemblies to see the effect of HERS Index scores.

Contact:    Jill Lindman
jill@eeba.org
952-881-1098

For more information, click here.

Energy Council - 2018 Gas-to-Power Africa Congress

Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 5:00 PM

The Energy Council's 3rd Gas-to-Power Africa Congress will once again see over 300 senior executives from along the gas and power value chains, including Governments, Regulators, Upstream EandPs, Transport, Off takers, Developers, Utilities, EPC Companies, Financiers and Investors come together to discuss the future of Natural Gas and LNG as sources of energy and enabler on the continent.

Taking place once again in conjunction with Africa Utility Week, one of the world's leading energy events which welcomed over 7400 attendees over three days in 2017, the Congress will explore gas pricing and the opportunities related to allocating supply between LNG exports and domestic power markets, developing bankable commercial frameworks, overcoming gas transportation infrastructure challenges and ensuring the competitiveness of domestic resources in a global market.

Hear the latest on South Africa and Morocco's Gas-to-Power Programs as well as Nigeria’s Roadmap for Power Sector Reform and get an overview of projects and opportunities in Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Senegal and Tanzania. If you have a big announcement and are part of the gas ecosystem powering African development, we want to hear from you.

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/199384-1?pid=1567

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/199384-2?pid=1567

Prices:

Early Bird (before 31 March): USD 1600

Standard Price: USD 2000

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Energy

Contact:    Pippa Brown
pippa.brown@energycouncil.com
+27 21 001 3883

For more information, click here.

Transport, Storage, and Disposal of Radioactive Materials

Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, Greater London, W1B 1NT, United Kingdom

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, May 17, 2018 5:00 PM

This event will provide an international forum for designers, operators, research organisations and regulators from around the world share their expertise on successes and challenges, plus an excellent place to renew and develop professional and business contacts. As with previous conferences in this series, the event will be complemented by an exhibition in which suppliers of relevant products and services are invited to participate.

This year we received a record number of entries, each with notable quality. The extensive programme is now available at http://www.ramtransport2018.com/programme/

Prices:

Student: GBP 250.0

Nuclear Institute Member: GBP 650.0

Non-member: GBP 740.0

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment

Contact:    Nuclear Institute
a.sipolis@nuclearinst.com
020 3475 4702

For more information, click here.

OandM and Lifecycle Management Strategies for CCGT Power Plants 2018, UK

The Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, Hill Street, Birmingham, B5 4EW, United Kingdom

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 12:30 PM - Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:00 PM

This open and interactive event will bring you a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of current CCGT operations and maintenance strategies. With international speakers joining from across the CCGT landscape, you can enjoy technical deep-dive sessions, best practice benchmarking discussions and plenty of opportunity for networking.

Event Format

The event kicks off with a half-day workshop on 15 May: The New Gas Turbine Service Paradigm. Focusing solely on service and maintenance of gas turbines, this workshops gives attendees a unique learning environment.

During the two main conference days, you will hear real life, operationally focused case studies from ESB International, Marchwood Power Ltd., Saudi Electricity Company, Sloecentrale, Uniper and more.

There will also be roundtable discussions, QandA panel sessions, multiple networking breaks, a drinks reception and evening dinner at the close of day one. You will have plenty of opportunity for undiluted face-to-face interaction with your peers and industry gurus.

Key Topics to be Covered Include:

• Implementing a capable and modern CCGT maintenance strategy

• CCGT fleet optimisation

• Priming your gas turbine fleet for sustained operational excellence

• Mothballing, preservation and return to operation

• Electrical and mechanical Balance of Plant (BoP) requirements and considerations

Benefits of Attending

1. Become a member of a growing CCGT community to make lasting and valuable connections to cement future knowledge

2. Have your specific technical questions answered directly by the experts to be confident in the knowledge you take back to your business

3. Learn from others’ experiences and get advice on working to industry best practice

4. Hear real life case studies from end-users and plant operators, helping you to not only benchmark your own operations but also to avoid their mistakes and replicate their achievements

Find out more, download the brochure and register: www.tacook.com/ccgt

URL:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/207598-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Power Plant Owners and Operators - Pre-Conference Workshop: GBP 350,

Power Plant Owners and Operators - Early Bird Main Conference Fee: GBP 999,

Power Plant Owners and Operators - Standard Main Conference Fee: GBP 1099,

Service Providers and Consultancies - Pre-Conference Workshop: GBP 350,

Service Providers and Consultancies - Early Bird Main Conference Fee: GBP 1099,

Service Providers and Consultancies - Standard Main Conference Fee: GBP 1299

Speakers: Ansaldo Energia, Uniper, Sloecentrale, Marchwood Power Ltd., Gas Natural Fenosa Generacion, Liberty Special Markets, InterGen, Siemens, PKN Orlen, Distran, Saudi Electricity Company, ESB International, Unipro Russia, PW Power Systems, FOGALE nanotech

Contact:    Thomas Chapell
info@tacook.com
+4401212003810

For more information, click here.

Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Technology

Oxford, UK

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Friday, May 18, 2018

This course provides a thorough introduction to gasoline and diesel fuel technology and how fuel specifications are evolving to meet vehicle and environmental needs. It combines broad overviews of the background and future trends with sufficient technical detail for those actively involved with today's specification issues.

Presentations cover fundamentals of fuel combustion in gasoline and diesel engines, and how vehicles are evolving to provide lower emissions and fuel consumption: fuel specifications, their purpose and how they are developed; the tests used to measure fuel properties and how specifications are changing driven by vehicle developments and regulatory pressures including biofuels: an overview of refining processes, and the use of additives. The future outlook for alternative vehicles and fuels, as well as conventional vehicle developments will also be addressed.

Please note: a laptop and up-to-date version of Office would be an advantage in order to engage in market data; however it is not essential.

What you will learn: Gasoline and diesel fuel performance in the engine including their effects on exhaust emissions. How specifications and other regulations are developed and used to define fuel performance. How fuels are refined and blended to meet fuel specifications including the use of additives. Environmental issues and how vehicles and fuels are changing to respond to these, including the practicalities of using biofuels in gasoline and diesel. How vehicles and fuels are expected to evolve in the future.

Manager’s Return on Investment- Upon completion of this course your employees will understand:

The importance of fuel specifications, their limitations and how to ensure that fuel is 'fit for purpose' in the market. How specifications are set and current challenges to produce new test procedures and limit values. An overview of how gasoline and diesel are produced including a simple blending exercise. Fundamentals of engine operation and exhaust emissions, and the importance of fuels in maintaining good operation. Future vehicle developments that will drive the choice and specifications of future fuels. How environmental pressures drive specification changes and the regulation and practicalities of biofuels in gasoline and diesel fuels. How additives can be used to meet specifications and differentiate fuels in the market.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

CEM The 13th International Conference and Exhibition on Emission Monitoring

Novotel Budapest City, Alkotas u 63, Budapest, 1123, Hungary

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 8:00 AM - Friday, May 18, 2018 6:00 PM

An International Conference and Exhibition for Process Operators, Regulators and Environmental managers who need to Monitor Emissions to Air. The CEM events started in 1997, they attract visitors and delegates from around the world who share experiences, network and gain useful information on the latest measurement techniques, regulation and future monitoring requirements. Running alongside the Conference is a focused International exhibition of CEM equipment and service providers.

Price:

625: EUR 625

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment

Contact:    Marcus Pattison
marcus@iet-pub.com
01727 858840

For more information, click here.

Principles of Tanker Ownership, Chartering, Operations, Laytime and Demurrage

London, UK

Monday, May 21, 2018 - Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Making sound business decisions concerning tanker ownership, chartering, operations and coverage strategies demands a good understanding of key issues and their potential impact. This basic course covers the crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals and gas transportation sectors. This course also examines the important economic, financial, contractual, environmental and legislative issues when evaluating contract options, chartering and investment strategies, logistics and operating tactics.

This course will also provide practical understanding and instruction in the complexities of laytime and demurrage and in so doing, de-mystify them. Emphasis is placed on how to avoid potential problems from the outset, how to limit risk and exposure and ultimately save money through the efficient handling of claims and avoidance of costly legal proceedings. The course highlights differences between major charter parties and the problems encountered between shipping and oil sales contracts.

Case studies and practical sessions provide delegates with hands-on experience of decision making in this area. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required. This is a three day course.

What you will learn: To understand key issues facing players in today’s energy shipping markets To use worldscale, calculate freight costs, undertake voyage estimate, and time charter conversions To understand the dynamics of the tanker chartering, sale and purchase markets, how to analyze the trends and assess investment risk, as well as how tankers are financed The characteristics and driving forces that determine developments in the specialist gas and chemicals carrier markets Factors determining oil company transportation coverage strategies and tanker owners’ chartering policies To appreciate the important insights into how technical factors and the increasingly stringent rules governing vessel operations, safety and pollution prevention impact commercial decisions The essential elements of a voyage charter party and the differences in owners’ and charters’ obligations under different forms of charter The process of tanker chartering and the role of the broker How the bunker fuel markets work and how bunkering strategies can be developed To identify important insights in the commercial and technical management of a tanker fleet Clear understanding of all of the contractual terms and clauses relating to laytime and demurrage How the same issues may be handled differently between the main charter parties (for example, ASBATankvoy, Shellvoy, Bpvoy) How to calculate used laytime and demurrage incurred The experience of working with a group of energy and shipping industry executives, having a range of experiences, from a variety of organizations around the world

Manager’s Return on Investment- Upon completion of this course your employees will be able to:

Evaluate the options available for oil, LPG and bulk liquid chemicals transportation Calculate shipping requirements Estimate freight rates for potential business Develop coverage strategies to minimize risks and exploit opportunities in the liquid bulk shipping markets Participate in the preparation for, and the conduct of, charter party negotiations Understand the commercial risks associated with laytime and demurrage in shipping charter parties and oil sales/supply agreements and the problems of ensuring compatibility between the two contracts Clarify some of the most important issues surrounding laytime and demurrage Help improve the efficiency and speed of claims handling to the benefit of the parties concerned

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Value-at-Risk: The Basics and Beyond

Houston, TX

Monday, May 21, 2018

Value-at-Risk is the new benchmark for measuring and controlling market risk. Premier trading and marketing companies around the world use Value-at-Risk to maximize profit opportunities and minimize costly positioning mistakes. This one day programme teaches the important aspects of this risk management tool.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive an online voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Pre-requisites Fundamentals of Energy Futures, Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options, and Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets or equivalent experience.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Argus Latin America LNG Summit

Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel and Resort, Avenida Av. Niemeyer, 121 - Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Monday, May 21, 2018 7:00 AM - Tuesday, May 22, 2018 7:00 PM

Key reasons to attend the Argus Latin America LNG Summit

Examine: Infrastructure, policy and investment challenges with insight from active LNG market participants to help you thrive in 2018 and beyond

Discover: Latin America’s supply and demand outlook, trading flows and emerging pricing hubs that will impact the gas market globally

Explore: Ground-breaking technology and equipment showcasing innovative products and services in the exhibition area

Meet: Members of the government, suppliers and importers of LNG, natural gas end-users, LNG shipowners, technology providers, financial institutions

Url:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/177229-1?pid=1567

Price Pre-registration: USD 1095 Early registration: USD 1395 Standard registration: USD 1695

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Contact:    Bel Cevallos
bel.cevallos@argusmedia.com
713-360-7566

For more information, click here.

Front to Back Office: Trading Controls and Best Practices

Houston, TX

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

This fascinating and interactive workshop will give delegates a thorough understanding of best practice controls to be applied in commodity trading activities. Delegates are encouraged to think about the controls processes applied in their own operations, through interactive group case studies, in order to minimize the chances of similar expensive trading mistakes. Recent trading "failures" will be analyzed.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Manager’s Return on Investment- Upon completion of this course, your employees will understand:

The sources of best practices for energy trading and risk management Roles and responsibilities of the front, middle, and back offices The key types of risks which need to be controlled Various types of limits, and control mechanisms and approaches, for managing and controlling a variety of risks The process for establishing and maintaining a best practice-compliant risk management operation and related control structure Details of recent and important controls failures, including how and why Regulatory requirements for trading controls and compliance

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Argus Rio Crude Conference

Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel and Resort, Avenida Av. Niemeyer, 121 - Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, 22450-220, Brazil

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 7:00 AM - Thursday, May 24, 2018 5:00 PM

The Argus Rio Crude Conference is the only crude trading event focusing on the production and distribution of Latin American crude where operators can share their experiences and understand price complexities, logistical constraints and commercial considerations for bringing Latin American supply to market. The conference goes behind the headlines to bring you timely market information on how to navigate volatility and capitalize on Latin America’s growth opportunity.

Key reasons to attend:

Join more than 200 senior oil market participants to network and do business at the premier commercial crude trading event in Latin America

Navigate market volatility and understand how to position your business to survive and thrive

Learn about key producing regions and where crude demand is growing

Understand how the bidding rounds will play out for Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador and others

Learn how Latin American barrels compete with the US and Canada

URL: Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/177295-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Pre-registration: USD 1195

Early registration: USD 1495

Standard registration: USD 1695

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas | Natural Gas

Contact:    Bel Cevallos
bel.cevallos@argusmedia.com
713 360 7566

For more information, click here.

Risk Measurement, Modelling and Controls

Houston, TX

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

This course offers in-depth coverage of systems requirements, credit risk management best practices, risk and performance measurement, and a strong focus on capital adequacy issues. Subject areas covered include recent developments in regulatory and legal compliance, and ethics. Delegates will analyze case studies to explore examples of control inadequacies leading to liquidity crises, market manipulation and misuse of leverage.

Includes Online Pre-study Module

This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

9th Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference Europe 2018

Old Trafford, Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA, United Kingdom

Thursday, May 24, 2018 8:00 AM - Friday, May 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Presentations from 30+ senior level decision makers, over 200 of your peers and over 30 exhibitors showcasing the latest and most innovative developments within the decommissioning and waste management industry.

Here's what you can expect from the event in 2018:

•Discover how to implement efficient strategy development and cost planning within changing regulatory frameworks and how improved relationships with regulators will facilitate your operations

•Hear case studies on successful decommissioning projects and the latest developments in waste management solutions across the globe to share in the industry's lessons learnt

•See how innovation is driving change in the industry and where this can help reduce risk, cost and delays while enhancing total project control

•Gain an insight into the latest developments in spent fuel and waste management, and how these will impact your choice of waste solution

Learn from international bodies how best to establish yourself in an international market and which factors will be key to building a presence abroad

•Discover how to implement efficient decommissioning and waste management strategies and cost planning within changing regulatory frameworks

•Hear case studies of successful decommissioning projects and the latest developments in waste management solutions from across the globe

•Understand how innovation is driving industry change, through new technologies such as robotics, VR and digital twin, and where this can help reduce risk, cost and delays while enhancing total project control

•Gain an insight into the latest developments on interim and long- term waste management solutions to ensure you're up to date with the next steps for safely managing disposal

•Learn from international players on how best to establish yourself in a new decommissioning market and which factors are key to building a business abroad

Prices:

Platinum Pass: GBP 1295,

Gold Pass: USD 1195

Speakers: Joseph Bacou, Vladimir Michal, Martyn Jenkins, William Roberts, Jorg Viermann, Mika Pohjonen

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment

Contact:    Louis Thomas
lthomas@nuclearenergyinsider.com
+4402073757246

For more information, click here.

9th Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference Europe 2018

Old Trafford, Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA, United Kingdom

Thursday, May 24, 2018 8:00 AM - Friday, May 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Presentations from 30+ senior level decision makers, over 200 of your peers and over 30 exhibitors showcasing the latest and most innovative developments within the decommissioning and waste management industry. Here's what you can expect from the event in 2018: •Discover how to implement efficient strategy development and cost planning within changing regulatory frameworks and how improved relationships with regulators will facilitate your operations •Hear case studies on successful decommissioning projects and the latest developments in waste management solutions across the globe to share in the industry's lessons learnt •See how innovation is driving change in the industry and where this can help reduce risk, cost and delays while enhancing total project control •Gain an insight into the latest developments in spent fuel and waste management, and how these will impact your choice of waste solution Learn from international bodies how best to establish yourself in an international market and which factors will be key to building a presence abroad •Discover how to implement efficient decommissioning and waste management strategies and cost planning within changing regulatory frameworks •Hear case studies of successful decommissioning projects and the latest developments in waste management solutions from across the globe •Understand how innovation is driving industry change, through new technologies such as robotics, VR and digital twin, and where this can help reduce risk, cost and delays while enhancing total project control •Gain an insight into the latest developments on interim and long-term waste management solutions to ensure you're up to date with the next steps for safely managing disposal •Learn from international players on how best to establish yourself in a new decommissioning market and which factors are key to building a business abroad

Prices: Platinum Pass: GBP 1295, Gold Pass: USD 1195

Speakers: Joseph Bacou, Vladimir Michal, Martyn Jenkins, William Roberts, Jorg Viermann, Mika Pohjonen

Contact:    Louis Thomas
lthomas@nuclearenergyinsider.com
+4402073757246

For more information, click here.

Argus Latin America Motor Fuels Conference

Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel and Resort, Avenida Av. Niemeyer, 121 - Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Thursday, May 24, 2018 3:00 PM - Friday, May 25, 2018 5:00 PM

Latin American motor fuels markets are more dynamic than ever before. Restructuring at Petrobras, market reforms in Mexico and Brazil and a new, protectionist US administration create massive uncertainty – and opportunity. Join us to hear a detailed analysis of the market outlook for gasoline, diesel, ethanol and biodiesel in the region.

Located in the charming city of Rio de Janeiro and covering a broad range of topics about all areas of clean and renewable fuels in Latin America, the conference offers participants a unique opportunity to gain a better understanding of the industry while conducting business with other peers.

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/177298-1?pid=1567

Prices:
Pre-registration: USD 1195
Early registration: USD 1495
Standard registration: USD 1695

 

Category: Conferences / Energy and Environment / Oil and Gas / Natural Gas

Contact:    Bel Cevallos
bel.cevallos@argusmedia.com
713.360.7566

For more information, click here.

Biofilms 8 Conference

Aarhus University, Nordre Ringgade 1, Aarhus C, 8000, Denmark

Sunday, May 27, 2018 8:00 AM - Tuesday, May 29, 2018 2:30 PM

Biofilms 8 is the 8th conference in a series that cover the topic of bacterial biofilms in the broadest sense. The conference focus is on the basic scientific question of how biofilms form, grow and interact with their surroundings.
Biofilms 8 attracts researchers from the natural sciences, engineering, and health science to exchange their research on how biofilms develop, how they interact with their surroundings, and how they can be controlled in a natural, industrial, or clinical setting. The conference is renowned for its broad and non-clinical scope, and has brought together the top biofilm researchers from Europe, North America and Asia ever second year since it was launched by Prof. Hans-Curt Flemming in Vienna in 2003. The conference alternates with the conference "Eurobiofilms" which is also held every second year, and which caters more for researchers that focus on pathogenic biofilms.

URL:
Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/189975-1?pid=1567

Prices:
Early bird fee: DKK 2600
Students fee: DKK 1900

Speakers: Vaughn Cooper, Nicola Stanley-Wall, Kevin Foster, Romain Briandet, Henny van der Mei, Joan Geoghegan, Ross Carlson, Lars DIetrich

Category: Conferences / Science, Health and Medicine / Biology

Contact:    Lea Bernard
lmb@cap-partner.eu
+4570200305

For more information, click here.

Trading Operations Practice

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - Friday, June 1, 2018

This course provides the detailed practices and techniques involved in trading operations in today’s international crude and product markets. It has been designed for front, middle and back office personnel who need a detailed insight into trading operations best practice and emphasises the factors which have impact on corporate profitability and risk. It will also appeal to personnel who have recently joined a trading group of an oil company, investment bank or commodity trading company. Much of the work will be carried out in syndicate groups where teams will simulate real in- company practice, working with other delegates drawn from a wide background of disciplines in the industry.

The course commences with the progress of a trade, and the formation of a contract and moves on to the elements flowing from this that require operations management, including chartering, nomination, documentation and claims.

Each area is discussed in detail and topics such the relevant quality and specifications of actively traded product groups, the logistics of managing pipeline and storage deals and appointment of inspectors are also covered.

The course also highlights critical areas of exposure in oil trading operations and ways to avoid or mitigate problems.

What You Will Learn: The progress of a trade Basic terminology of tankers and freight Key operational clauses in a contract and areas of exposure Price reporting and pricing clauses Chartering processes and shipping operations Nomination procedures Overview of refining and quality Blending operations Laytime and demurrage Documentation instructions Managing letters of credit Pipeline and storage deal operations Measurement of quantity and quality Cargo insurance, losses & mitigation

Managers Return on Investment- By attending this course, your employee will have gained the following:

A full understanding of the operational practices involved in the international oil supply and trading arena. “Hands-on” practice in operations problem solving including: freight calculations, contract and credit clause preparation, nomination, documentation, claims, pipelines, storage deal management and terminalling. An appreciation of the contractual relationship between traders and the responsibilities that flow to the operations personnel from this. An introduction to the legal obligations and exposures that are involved in oil and shipping operations and approaches to mitigating problems Recourse to a world-class faculty, experienced in operations and trading, and with significant expert witness experience in court disputes involving international trading and transportation The opportunity to interact and work together with other delegates from a large range of organisations and cultures.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Data Driven Drilling & Production 2018

Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria, 2001 Post Oak Blvd, Houston 77056, United States

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, May 31, 2018 5:00 PM

The oil & gas industry's number one meeting point for digital drilling and production. Bringing together 400+ senior level attendees, the 2018 event will be unmissable.

The Data Driven Drilling & Production Conference is the oil & gas industry's only event to bring together major and independent operators, leading service providers, tech giants and innovative start-ups to drive the future of digital upstream operations.

Conference snapshot:

- 400+ senior level attendees
- 50+ expert speakers
- 30 exhibition stands with the latest tech
- Brand new 'live' technology showcase
- Exclusive operator dashboard demos
- Keynote plenary session feat. industry VIPs
- Data Driven Drilling Track
- Data Driven Production Track

Brand new highlights for 2018 include:

- Data Driven Drilling: For the first time, Upstream Intelligence is partnering with SPE's DSATS (Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section) to deliver a day-long session on drilling automation, robotics, technology and much more!

- From Wellhead to Retail: Hear how multinational oil companies are implementing system integration across upstream, midstream and downstream operations to streamline costs and increase efficiency

- Protect your Assets from External Threats: As the digital oil field becomes a reality, so does the threat of cyberattacks. Join a first-of-a-kind workshop on how you can protect your assets from cyber threats, held alongside the Data Driven Drilling & Production Conference

This event is unmissable for anyone working in upstream digital operations.

URLs:
Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/168545-1
Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/168545-2

Price
Super Early Bird - Gold Pass (expires March 9, 2018): USD 1595
Super Early Bird - Platinum Pass (expires March 9, 2018): USD 1795
Early Bird - Gold Pass (expires April 6, 2018): USD 1795
Early Bird - Platinum Pass (expires April 6, 2018): USD 1995
Last Chance - Gold Pass (expires May 4, 2018): USD 1995
Last Chance - Platinum Pass (expires May 4, 2018): USD 2195
Full Price - Gold Pass: USD 2195
Full Price - Platinum Pass: USD 2395

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas
Sub-Categories: Conferences | Engineering & Technology

Contact:    Louis Vye
lvye@upstreamintel.com
+4402074224313

For more information, click here.

The HERS Associate & Taking the Performance Path

Raleigh, NC

Thursday, May 31, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, May 31, 2018 4:30 PM

This full day, three-part live course reviews Building Science principles as they relate to the Performance Path option in the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). This course will introduce RESNET and the HERS Index, and relate the principles of building science as they apply to HERS. Explore the ERI/HERS Index as a tool to successfully design and build houses that meet code using the ERI/Performance Path to compliance, while also meeting the minimum prescriptive requirements of the current IECC enforced and/or adopted in the region. Participants will learn about the strategies and tools used by HERS Raters to perform analysis of a house to produce a HERS Index Score. The last part of the session will be spent reviewing energy rating software that is most often used by HERS professionals, and manipulating various construction assemblies to see the effect of HERS Index scores.

Contact:    Jill Lindman
jill@eeba.org
952-881-1098

For more information, click here.

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International Oil Trading - Advanced Techniques and Strategic Price Risk Management

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, June 4, 2018 - Wednesday, June 6, 2018

This course covers the advanced trading techniques applicable to the management of price risk in international oil trading. Through a variety of case studies, delegates will learn the techniques involved in trading and how to address day-to-day problems of managing the price risk associated with the role of producer, refinery or consumer with an integrated trading position. Much of the work will be carried out in syndicate groups where delegates will learn to develop and manage trading strategies designed to maximise corporate profitability and reduce exposure to losses arising from the price fluctuations. It is recommended that delegates should either have attended TR0 or TR1 or have a strong working knowledge of the subjects covered in these courses.

After reviewing the background of supply, refining and transportation, the course focuses on the key markets, pricing and the mechanisms involved in trading. Aspects of the various exposures encountered in trading are covered. Advanced trading instruments of swaps, CFDs and options are presented in detail, both from a theoretical and practical point of view, giving the delegates an insight into the application of these instruments in the development and management of a successful trading strategy. Syndicate exercises will address each skill required, providing the delegate with the essential tools and knowledge to successfully manage the price and accompanying risks of their strategy. Additionally, during the week, in a continuous theme case study, each syndicate group will manage their own company positions of equity production, refining supply, product disposal and speculative trading, identifying the pricing risk of new positions and reacting to changing market prices which simulate a live situation.

Not sure if you have the appropriate experience? Click here to test yourself on the knowledge necessary for this course.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Oil Trading Orientation

Houston, TX

Monday, June 4, 2018 - Wednesday, June 6, 2018

This three-day workshop is ideal for non-traders wishing to know more about the world of oil trading, or for delegates who are at the very beginning of an oil trading career. Delegates will learn the terminology and key building blocks of knowledge for crude oil and petroleum product trading. They will also receive a first- hand perspective of what a trader's job involves, through competitive team trading simulations focusing on different aspects of trading and risk management. Topics explored include crude oil quality, product refining, blending and specifications, market fundamentals, technical analysis, key trading strategies, pricing mechanisms, derivatives trading, risk management and the mechanics of trading and operations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of the LNG Value Chain

Oxford, UK

Monday, June 4, 2018 - Wednesday, June 6, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the LNG value chain from upstream supply, liquefaction, shipping and regasification of LNG into downstream markets. The course is designed for new entrants to the LNG business or for those with some knowledge of the business wishing to broaden their understanding of the complete value chain. Those without prior knowledge of the LNG business may wish to familiarise themselves through the pre-study web based course.

After learning the fundamentals about LNG, the course covers the liquefaction process and LNG plants, shipping and regasification terminals with a focus on what happens along the value chain. This is followed by an understanding of the commercial issues affecting LNG projects, the players and the various drivers affecting the development of LNG projects. Key aspects such as project development, timescales and the range of Agreements and their integration will be covered. The course then moves on to the global LNG supply sources, markets and trading and the factors affecting the growth of the LNG business.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

SPE Workshop Petrophysics XXI

New Peterhof Hotel, 34 Avenue St. Petersburg, Peterhof 198510, Russia.

Monday, June 4, 2018 9:00 AM - Tuesday, June 5, 2018 5:00 PM

SPE Workshop on Petrophysics will cover digital and machine technologies. Participants will have an opportunity to share their experience on digital analysis and petrophysical smart tools development.

This year the SPE Workshop on Petrophysics will cover digital and machine technologies. The participants will have an opportunity to share their experience on digital analysis and petrophysical smart tools development for timesaving, analysis efficiency improvement, big heterogeneous data management and saving time for decision making, a generalization of results and development of new approaches to the interpretation of complex reservoirs and hard-to-recover reserves evaluation.

The following topics are to be discussed:
- Innovative Methods of Core Analysis.
- Complex Reservoirs Evaluation.
- Interpretation of Special Production Logging Methods.
- Production Logging Data Interpretation in Horizontal Wells.
- Rock Physics and Geomechanics. Projects.
- Modern Production Logging Methods: Reservoir Management and Well Integrity Study.

The workshop will also include such topics as:

- LECTURE "Laboratory "Digital core" Integrated Products for Oil and Gas Industry", V. Shklover, Systems for Microscopy and Analysis (Skolkovo).

- LECTURE "Information Architecture of Modern Petrophysical Service", S. Polushkin, Salym Petroleum Development.

The technical programme will be split into the following sessions:

SESSION 1: Automation and digitalization of petrophysics problems.
SESSION 2: Advanced methods of core sampling and core analysis.
SESSION 3: Complex petrophysical projects.
SESSION 4: Complex and unconventional reservoirs/ Special well logging techniques.
SESSION 5: Rock physics and geomechanics.
SESSION 6: Production logging.

POSTER SESSION.

SPE and the programme committee invites you to participate in this workshop:

Topics Submission Deadline is 2 May 2018.
Registration Deadline is 21 May 2018.

Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Classes, Courses & Workshops.

Sub-Categories:
Conferences | Energy & Environment | Energy,
Conferences | Energy & Environment | Energy | Hydrocarbons.

Artists / Speakers: V. Shklover, Systems for Microscopy and Analysis (Skolkovo), S. Polushkin, Salym Petroleum Development.

URLs:
Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/218834-1?pid=1567
Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/218834-3?pid=1567

Prices:
SPE Member: RUB 43660.0,
SPE Nonmember: RUB 47200.0.

Contact:    Events Team
lkhalmuradova@spe.org
+74952680454

For more information, click here.

Advanced Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Houston, TX

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 - Wednesday, June 6, 2018

This highly applied and practical course is designed for energy risk practitioners interested in enhancing their knowledge of best practices in valuation, hedging and risk management of derivatives portfolios.

Delegates are introduced to the most commonly used derivatives pricing models in energy trading organizations such as closed-form solutions and Monte Carlo simulation. The main price processes for energy risk analysis such as Geometric Brownian Motion and Mean-reverting models are illustrated with pricing and risk analysis examples.

The course builds on the concepts introduced in DPH1 and DPH2 and explores advanced strategies used to price, hedge and manage the risk of derivatives in leading energy trading organizations. Delegates learn about the practical applications of the models and strategies from the point of view of users of those models, not the quantitative developers.

Advanced market risk management topics such as marginal VaR analysis, backtesting VaR models and Extreme Value Theory (EVT) as well as risk risk metrics such as Earnings at Risk (EaR), Cash Flow at Risk (CFaR) and Economic Capital are covered with practical examples. Several case studies illustrate how to set an effective system of risk limits and risk-adjusted performance measurement.

DPH3 also covers best practices in counterparty risk management. Metrics such as Potential Future Exposure (PFE) and Credit Valuation Adjustments (CVA) are introduced in the context of contract valuation and risk charges.

This highly interactive workshop uses current case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce the concepts presented in the lectures.

Recommended prerequisites: DPH1, DPH2

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Oil and Gas Council, Africa Assembly, Paris 2018

The Westin Paris - Vendôme, 3 Rue de Castiglione, Paris, 75001, France

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 8:00 AM - Wednesday, June 6, 2018 5:00 PM

Africa's Largest Oil and Gas, Finance and Investment Event.

The Africa Assembly is recognised as the region’s most influential corporate development, strategy, finance and investment gathering. It is a catalyst for the growth and development of the African energy industry as it provides a platform for key players to analyse the changes and evolution of the sector.

The Africa Assembly provides unrivalled networking, bringing together more than 800 senior industry executives, from EandP C-level executives, to key representatives from NOCs, Ministries and local regulators. This year’s Assembly will focus on highlighting the many opportunities in the African energy industry and discuss the strategies needed to bring it into the next stage of development.

Conference highlights include:

• A prominent speaker line-up

More than 60 top-level executives from across the oil and gas industry will join us at this year's Assembly, including insights from IOCs and leading mid- and small-cap companies

• An agenda focused on:

A. Identifying and discussing new corporate development and investment opportunities across the African energy landscape B. Effective business strategies and practices in the context of the recovering oil price C. Exploring ways to access capital markets and the active investment community D. The latest updates from across the continent's EandP hotspots

• Regional spotlights including: Egypt, Senegal, Mozambique and Nigeria

• 20 hours of networking: Aimed to develop and strengthen new and existing relationships

• The Africa Awards and Dinner An evening celebrating the African continent's industry pioneers.

Please get in touch - For Sponsorship, Exhibition, Speaker or Delegate enquiries!

URLs:

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/218831-0?pid=1567

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/218831-2?pid=1567

Prices: Super Early Bird Prices From: GBP 1795.0 Early Bird Prices From: GBP 2195.0 Standard Prices From: GBP 2395.0

Speakers: Jasper Peijs, Vice President, Exploration, Africa, BP, Jonathan Peachey, VP Portfolio and New Business, Global Exploration, Shell, Jayne Baird, Vice President Africa and Atlantic Margins Exploration, Woodside Energy, Phil Birch, Exploration Director, Impact Oil and Gas, Angus McCoss, Exploration Director, Tullow Oil, Jeremy Asher, Chairman and CEO, Tower Resources, Gerry Sheehan, Exploration Director, T5 Oil and Gas, Diederick Bax, NBD and Commercial Manager Africa, Shell International Exploration and Production, Dr. Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO, Dana Gas, Jalel Smaoui, Director of International Operations, ETAP, Peder Bratt, Managing Director, Warburg Pincus, Diakaria Koulibaly, CEO, ONAP, Joseph Medou, Exploration Director, Petrosen, Ade Adeloa, Head of MandA, Standard Chartered Bank, Adeola Ogunsemi, CFO, Oando Energy Resources, Olivier Mussat, Chief Investment Officer, Global Oil and Gas, IFC, Xavier Venereau, Head of Producers, IST Marketing and Origination, BP IST, Manoj Narender Madnani, CEO, DSA Investment

Contact:    Samantha Boustred
samantha.boustred@oilcouncil.com
+27210013885

For more information, click here.

Oil and Gas Council, Africa Assembly, Paris 2018

The Westin Paris - Vendôme, 3 Rue de Castiglione, Paris, 75001, France

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 8:00 AM - Wednesday, June 6, 2018 5:00 PM

Africa's Largest Oil and Gas, Finance and Investment Event.

The Africa Assembly is recognised as the region’s most influential corporate development, strategy, finance and investment gathering. It is a catalyst for the growth and development of the African energy industry as it provides a platform for key players to analyse the changes and evolution of the sector.

The Africa Assembly provides unrivalled networking, bringing together more than 800 senior industry executives, from EandP C-level executives, to key representatives from NOCs, Ministries and local regulators. This year’s Assembly will focus on highlighting the many opportunities in the African energy industry and discuss the strategies needed to bring it into the next stage of development.

Conference highlights include:

• A prominent speaker line-up

More than 60 top-level executives from across the oil and gas industry will join us at this year's Assembly, including insights from IOCs and leading mid- and small-cap companies

• An agenda focused on:

A. Identifying and discussing new corporate development and investment opportunities across the African energy landscape B. Effective business strategies and practices in the context of the recovering oil price C. Exploring ways to access capital markets and the active investment community D. The latest updates from across the continent's EandP hotspots

• Regional spotlights including: Egypt, Senegal, Mozambique and Nigeria

• 20 hours of networking: Aimed to develop and strengthen new and existing relationships

• The Africa Awards and Dinner An evening celebrating the African continent's industry pioneers.

Please get in touch - For Sponsorship, Exhibition, Speaker or Delegate enquiries!

URLs:

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/218831-0?pid=1567

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/218831-2?pid=1567

Prices: Super Early Bird Prices From: GBP 1795.0 Early Bird Prices From: GBP 2195.0 Standard Prices From: GBP 2395.0

Speakers: Jasper Peijs, Vice President, Exploration, Africa, BP, Jonathan Peachey, VP Portfolio and New Business, Global Exploration, Shell, Jayne Baird, Vice President Africa and Atlantic Margins Exploration, Woodside Energy, Phil Birch, Exploration Director, Impact Oil and Gas, Angus McCoss, Exploration Director, Tullow Oil, Jeremy Asher, Chairman and CEO, Tower Resources, Gerry Sheehan, Exploration Director, T5 Oil and Gas, Diederick Bax, NBD and Commercial Manager Africa, Shell International Exploration and Production, Dr. Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO, Dana Gas, Jalel Smaoui, Director of International Operations, ETAP, Peder Bratt, Managing Director, Warburg Pincus, Diakaria Koulibaly, CEO, ONAP, Joseph Medou, Exploration Director, Petrosen, Ade Adeloa, Head of MandA, Standard Chartered Bank, Adeola Ogunsemi, CFO, Oando Energy Resources, Olivier Mussat, Chief Investment Officer, Global Oil and Gas, IFC, Xavier Venereau, Head of Producers, IST Marketing and Origination, BP IST, Manoj Narender Madnani, CEO, DSA Investment

Contact:    Samantha Boustred
samantha.boustred@oilcouncil.com
+27210013885

For more information, click here.

Ecwatech Water Exhibition and Forum

VDNH, 75 Pavilion, Prospect Mira, 119, Moscow, Russia

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 10:00 AM - Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:00 PM

Ecwatech is the leading exhibition and forum in water and wastewater industry in Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe.

It showcases all the range of equipment and services for rational utilization, recovery and protection of water resources, water conditioning, industry and public water supply, wastewater treatment, construction and operation of pipeline systems, water bottling and other water industry issues.

Ecwatech is a comprehensive professional event which unites an impressive industry exhibition showcasing advanced technology as well as a high representative business congress for discussing industry challenges.

2016 essentials: 10 069 visitors and 474 exhibitors from 27 countries.

Products and Services: chemicals and other substances for wastewater treatment control and measuring devices, automation emergency prevention and localization engineering and consulting ground water prospecting and extraction materials, machinery, mechanisms and equipment for construction, repair and operation networks other services for water sector profile public media water amelioration water bottling and bottled waters water disposal water monitoring water quality control water resources protection, conservation and management water shows, forums, exhibitions water supply waterworks

Show Areas: NO-DIG Moscow: trenchless technologies of construction and repair of engineering communications CityPipe : piping systems for municipal infrastructure: construction, diagnostics, repair and operation BW Show: water bottling

Price: Shell scheme: EUR 275, Raw space: EUR 230

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment

Contact:    Olga Martynova
martynova@ecwatech.ru
4952255986

For more information, click here.

CRU Ryan's Notes Ferroalloys Europe 2018

InterContinental Dusseldorf, Konigsallee 59, 40215, Dusseldorf, Germany

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, June 7, 2018 6:00 PM

CRU Ryan's Notes Ferroalloys Europe conference takes place on 6-7 June 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany. This mid-year conference provides an excellent opportunity for the industry to meet and network.

Ideally located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, where there is a high concentration of ferroalloy companies, steel mills, service centres and consumers, this event gives you the chance to gain insight into the outlook for the markets through 2018 and beyond, and reinforce existing, and build new, relationships in just three days.

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/212383-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Until 13th April (rate includes VAT): EUR 952

14th April-11th May (rate includes VAT): EUR 1011.50

12th May onwards (rate includes VAT): EUR 1171

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Mining

Contact:    Hayley Ward
hayley.ward@crugroup.com
02079032236

For more information, click here.

Argus Biomass Asia 2018

TBC, Singapore

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:00 PM

Asian biomass markets are continuing to grow and play an increasingly important role within the international biomass industry. Argus Biomass Asia returns in 2018 with exciting debates and presentations on new opportunities for wood pellet and oil palm biomass projects and trading alongside technology improvements to enhance efficiencies in production and supply chain management.

What's new for 2018

1. Increased focus on oil palm biomass as the next growth sector:

All eyes are on Malaysia and Indonesia as we see an increase in production of palm kernel shell (PKS) by the regions' oil palm mills and an upward price trend on PKS. We have created more sessions where you can learn about new market developments while networking with those dedicated to the oil palm biomass market.

2. Case studies on new biomass power generation projects in southeast Asia:

Hear about these new projects and how they can potentially compete with exports to South Korea, Japan and China. There will be a focus on their sourcing strategies, logistical challenges and operation, and regulatory and bankability issues.

3. Making networking more strategic, structured and focused:

One of the key factors of a successful event experience - networking - is often left to the chance of random encounters. We are changing the game and creating new networking settings where you will have the opportunity to meet delegates with a similar interest.

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/179795-0?pid=1567

Prices:

Early bird rate: USD 1200

Standard rate: USD 1600

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Energy

Contact:    Josephin Pulvera
josephine.pulvera@argusmedia.com
64969932

For more information, click here.

LNG Contracts Across the Value Chain

Oxford, UK

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - Friday, June 8, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the LNG contracts from upstream supply, liquefaction, shipping and regasification of LNG. The course is designed for LNG professionals involved in commercial, business development and other activities requiring an in depth knowledge of LNG Agreements. The focus is on the integrated nature of the LNG value chain and the implications for the various contractual arrangements.

What Will You Learn?

What is involved in developing an LNG project The LNG value chain and the investments required The processes involved in the value chain and their commercial impact The different technologies and their commercial impact How a regasification terminal operates How an LNG project is developed Commercial issues impacting LNG projects across the value chain The main Agreements in an LNG project and how they are structured and progressed In depth analysis of the main agreements (GSA/gas transportation/LNG SPA) The main Shipping/Charter Agreements and their implications LNG receiving terminal arrangements The economic impact of the commercial terms in the main agreements Financing structures and lender requirements A global view of LNG supplies by region Where the key LNG markets are and their characteristics How LNG is priced and regional differences The specialised nature of LNG trading The differences between trading oil and LNG Short term vs long term trading Future trends in LNG

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Real Options and Simulation in Energy Markets

Houston, TX

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - Friday, June 8, 2018

This course is an advanced course for energy practitioners interested in enhancing their applied knowledge of best practices in valuation, hedging and risk management of long term contracts and physical assets. This highly interactive workshop uses practical case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce the concepts presented in the lectures.

The course introduces the models and strategies used to value, hedge and manage the risk of derivatives and physical assets in leading energy trading organizations. Delegates learn about the practical applications of the models and strategies from the point of view of the users of those models, not the quantitative developers.

The course explores the embedded optionality and trading strategies to optimize storage, transportation (ground and marine) assets and long term contracts in gas, power and oil markets. Cross commodity spread strategies are explored in the context of power generation and oil refinery operations. The course also covers the valuation, hedging and optimization of natural gas, LNG and refined product storage strategies in contango and backwardated markets.

Delegates learn how to apply Monte Carlo simulation (stochastic forward curve models, Least-Squares Monte Carlo) and binomial/trinomial trees for physical asset valuation and hedging. Case studies show how to incorporate operational constraints in the analysis.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

US Offshore Wind 2018 Conference and Exhibition

Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston, 02116, United States

Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:00 AM - Friday, June 8, 2018 1:00 PM

Major developers, EPC's and service companies involved in offshore wind, oil and gas and other adjacent markets will attend the USOW18 to network, do business and secure market share as the US offshore wind industry expands further into commercial fruition.

The conference program is a result of in-depth research and analysis with offshore wind developers, EPC's and supply chain experts to ensure you leave with a detailed business plan for the US offshore wind market.

URLs:
Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/166790-1
Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/166790-2

Prices:
Standard: USD 1099
Executive: USD 1299

Speakers: ill White, Paul M. Rich, David Rowland, Michael Olsen, Jim Lanard, Stephanie McClellan, Doug Pfeister, Andy Geissbuehler, Michelle Davies, Tom Sexton, Gerhard Winklmeier

Category: Conferences / Energy and Environment / Renewable Energies

Contact:    Adam minkley
adam@newenergyupdate.com
02073757239

For more information, click here.

US Offshore Wind 2018

Boston Park Plaza Hotel, 50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston 02116, United States

Thursday, June 7, 2018 7:00 AM - Friday, June 8, 2018 3:30 PM

Join 1000+ senior wind executives and 45+ exhibitors at the 3rd US Offshore 2018 conference and exhibition to secure business in the US offshore wind industry.

Major developers, EPC's and service companies involved in offshore wind, oil and gas and other adjacent markets will attend the USOW18 to network, do business and secure market share as the US offshore wind industry expands further into commercial fruition.

The conference program is a result of in-depth research and analysis with offshore wind developers, EPC's and supply chain experts to ensure you leave with a detailed business plan for the US offshore wind market.

URLs:
Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/166790-1?pid=1567
Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/166790-2?pid=1567

Price
Standard : USD 1099
Executive: USD 1299

Speakers: ill White, Paul M. Rich, David Rowland, Michael Olsen, Jim Lanard, Stephanie McClellan, Doug Pfeister, Andy Geissbuehler, Michelle Davies, Tom Sexton, Gerhard Winklmeier

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Renewable Energies

Contact:    Adam minkley
adam@newenergyupdate.com
02073757239

For more information, click here.

Petroleum Pioneers: Northern Europe 2018

Clarion Hotel Air, Utsolaarmen 16, Sola 4055, Norway

Thursday, June 7, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:00 PM

Northern Europe 2018 builds on the success of our annual North Sea conference held in London, and emulates both the senior speaker line-up and in depth strategic content.

Following the 2014 oil price crash, companies have had to make significant changes to remain profitable. With the recovery in the market, now is an opportune time to review the potential for exploration, collaboration in the supply chain and the future of the energy market across Europe. Join us to discover insight into what the future holds for Oil & Gas in the coming years.

Key Reasons to Attend:

• Hear a keynote opening address from Statoil on cultivating a profile fit for the future, in Norway and beyond • Meet and engage with key influencers in the supply chain in our panel discussion with MOL Norge, Energy Ventures and more • Gain insights from the key players in the Northern Europe market with c-suite representatives from Lundin Petroleum and Faroe Petroleum • Catch up on major developments in the region, from exploring and developing fields to managing the supply chain • Explore the success at the Frosk exploration well with a case study from Aker BP • Get an update from Maersk Oil on the largest offshore investment redevelopment project - the Tyra gas field • Develop a greater understanding of the changing market structure

Tickets:

Price Standard full price: GBP 995.0 Operator*: GBP 795.0

Speakers: Lundin Petroleum, Maersk Oil, Statoil, Aker BP, Faroe Petroleum, MOL Norge, Azinor Catalyst, Concedo ASA

Thursday June 07, 2018 at 9:00 am (ends Thursday June 07, 2018 at 5:00 pm)

Venue details Clarion Hotel Air Utsolaarmen 16, Sola 4055, Norway

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Energy

Contact:    Louie Damp
events@marketforce.eu.com
02076083222

For more information, click here.

Petroleum Pioneers: Northern Europe 2018

Clarion Hotel Air, Utsolaarmen 16, Sola 4055, Norway

Thursday, June 7, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, June 7, 2018 5:00 PM

Northern Europe 2018 builds on the success of our annual North Sea conference held in London, and emulates both the senior speaker line-up and in depth strategic content.

Following the 2014 oil price crash, companies have had to make significant changes to remain profitable. With the recovery in the market, now is an opportune time to review the potential for exploration, collaboration in the supply chain and the future of the energy market across Europe.
Join us to discover insight into what the future holds for Oil & Gas in the coming years.

Key Reasons to Attend:

• Hear a keynote opening address from Statoil on cultivating a profile fit for the future, in Norway and beyond
• Meet and engage with key influencers in the supply chain in our panel discussion with MOL Norge, Energy Ventures and more
• Gain insights from the key players in the Northern Europe market with c-suite representatives from Lundin Petroleum and Faroe Petroleum
• Catch up on major developments in the region, from exploring and developing fields to managing the supply chain
• Explore the success at the Frosk exploration well with a case study from Aker BP
• Get an update from Maersk Oil on the largest offshore investment redevelopment project - the Tyra gas field
• Develop a greater understanding of the changing market structure

Price
Standard full price: GBP 995.0
Operator*: GBP 795.0

Speakers: Lundin Petroleum, Maersk Oil, Statoil, Aker BP, Faroe Petroleum, MOL Norge, Azinor Catalyst, Concedo ASA

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Energy

Contact:    Louie Damp
events@marketforce.eu.com
02076083222

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Energy Futures

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, June 11, 2018

This highly interactive workshop is a great introduction to exchange traded futures contracts. Delegates will leave with an in-depth knowledge of futures contracts and markets - specifically those related to energy. This introductory one-day course includes a trading simulation and a comprehensive review at the end.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations

Philadelphia, PA

Monday, June 11, 2018 - Tuesday, June 12, 2018

This course provides an introduction to the trading of physical crude oil. Delegates will gain an understanding of the knowledge possessed by a physical crude oil trader and the steps involved in negotiating a physical crude oil transaction. In addition, delegates will be given an overview of crude oil quality, vessel and pipeline transportation, and the terminology associated with this facet of the petroleum industry. Energy futures contracts and over the counter instruments are also covered in this course offering. There are periodic quizzes and a trading game in the course, and these reinforce the course material.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

EAGE Annual 2018 – 80th EAGE Conference and Exhibition

Bella Center Copenhagen, Center Boulevard 5, Denmark, DK - 2300, Denmark

Monday, June 11, 2018 8:00 PM - Thursday, June 14, 2018 11:00 PM

The EAGE Annual 2018, the 80th EAGE Conference and Exhibition, is the biggest event organized by EAGE. The event focusses on oral and e-Poster presentations and exhibiting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering.

EAGE has included the SPE EUROPEC event to create an extensive, multidisciplinary technical programme that reflects the scientific research disciplines within EAGE. Submissions on geology are particularly encouraged to extend the focus of the traditionally strong technical programme. A full list of topics and guidelines, the submission process and other relevant information will be available late July 2017. The call for extended abstracts will open on 1 October 2017.

EAGE's annual event attracts over 6,000+ industry leaders and energy professionals to explore the newest technologies, state of the art products and innovative services. EAGE offers a 3,5 day opportunity for your company to showcase your services, technologies, launch new products and heighten brand awareness. Take part in the exhibition and sponsor programme of EAGE Annual 2018 and reach thousands of geoscientists and engineers. Sign up for the World's Largest Geoscience Event!

To complement the event, EAGE will organize a social programme that offers culture, hospitality and gastronomy in original surrounding. Entertainment for delegates and family members will be part of the programme, including an icebreaker reception, a spectacular conference evening and a family member's tour.

The EAGE Annual 2018 offers an extensive student programme with activities such as the Laurie Dake Challenge 2018, workshops, a motivational speech, the Geo-Quiz, the Networking Café and more. Students also have the opportunity to submit their abstract before 15 January 2018.

For more information, please visit the website.

Price:
Registration opens on 1 December 2017: EUR 0.

Contact:    EAGE .
communications@eage.org
31889955055

For more information, click here.

North American Natural Gas Physical & Financial Fundamentals

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - Wednesday, June 13, 2018

This two-day course is designed to introduce delegates to the functionality of the natural gas industry, transportation, storage, trading and hedging. Discussion includes physical natural gas beginning with exploration and concluding with the delivery to the burner-tip. It will provide an understanding of the role of pipelines in the natural gas industry and a broad insight to the dynamics that impact the economic decisions facing industry participants. It covers the physical aspects of commodity markets and natural gas as a commodity, discusses the influence of shale gas, defines trading and hedging, presents the main types of contracts for natural gas trading and hedging, defines and discusses natural gas volatility, gives examples of primary types of natural gas trading, and discusses integrated portfolio management for hedging and trading.

Delegates will interact with the material through a series of group quizzes and simulations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive an online voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Bunker Supply, Demand, Pricing & Operations

London, UK

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The bunker industry has become increasing challenging for all players. Residual fuel supplies are in decline as more and more of the oil barrel is cracked to produce lighter transportation fuels at a time when demand is rising again with the slow recovery in the global economy. The quality of bunker supplies has become an increasing issue and the lowering of sulphur limits in Emission Control Areas, effective 1 January 2015 will present an additional challenge to ship operators. Future pricing of bunker fuels also looks less certain following the decline in oil prices in the second half of 2014 raising the risks to both buyers and sellers.

This is an intensive two day course covering bunker fuel demand and supply, pricing, physical and paper trading, legislation, blending and testing for quality. Presentations by a team of experienced industry experts are combined with an exercise and case study as part of the training experience.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options

Singapore, Singapore

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

This course allows delegates to experience this fascinating and complex field first hand. Long thought as a difficult topic, options are broken down so they are fully understood. This full day workshop covers everything from premium valuation to advanced trading strategies on exchange traded options, specifically those related to energy commodities including oil, gas and electricity. You will gain even more valuable insights through our unique trading simulation and comprehensive review at the end of the day.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Plant Management Forum, Birmingham, 2018

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Holliday Street, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, B1 1HH, United Kingdom

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 8:30 AM - Wednesday, June 13, 2018 4:00 PM

Enjoy industry case studies from high profile international asset-intensive organisations including, BASF, EDF Energy, E.ON, GSK, Heineken, Mondelez, Sanofi, Statoil, Toyota, Veolia, British Steel and more. Plant Management Forum will provide a unique platform to discuss, uncover, benchmark and exchange the best practices for your plant operation.

Event Topics

- Strategies and priorities for managing plant performance, efficiency and safety - Ensuring results through people - managing and maximising your workforce - Developing plant management KPIs - Monitoring continuous improvement and embedding this within your workforce culture - Building a winning plant maintenance strategy - The impact of digital technology on plant efficiency and profitability - Data overload! Dealing with vast and complex data sets

5 reasons you should attend:

1. Utilize the excellent opportunities for cross-industry learning, with presentations and content sourced across a wide variety of industries including BASF, EDF Energy, GSK, Mondelez, Statoil and many others.

2. Meet with high-level senior plant management professionals at the only peer-to-peer learning and networking event for asset-centric industries.

3. Engage in technical and interactive sessions, including Q&A sessions, panel discussions, roundtables and innovative plenary sessions - work with the collective knowledge of the group to remedy your plant issues and share with others.

4. Take away focused and detailed operational and strategic industry insight, that can be applied straight into your plant operation.

5. Build your personal Plant Management network; connect and build long-term working relationships with your peers throughout the conference and by joining us on the first evening for an enjoyable drinks reception!

For all conference updates And interesting, informative content, please join our LinkedIn Group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12071453

URL: Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/207136-1?pid=1567

Prices: Early Bird Conference Fee: GBP 1099 Standard Conference Fee: GBP 1199 Early Bird Vendor Ticket: GBP 1250 Standard Vendor Ticket: GBP 1399

Speakers: BASF, E.ON, EDF Energy, Heineken, Mondelez, Sanofi, Statoil, T.A. Cook Consultants, Toyota, Veolia, British Steel

Catagory: Conferences, Engineering And Technology

Contact:    Thomas Chapell
t.chapell@tacook.com
441212003810

For more information, click here.

Plant Management Forum, Birmingham, 2018

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Holliday Street, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, B1 1HH, United Kingdom

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 8:30 AM - Wednesday, June 13, 2018 4:00 PM

Enjoy industry case studies from high profile international asset- intensive organisations including, BASF, EDF Energy, E.ON, GSK, Heineken, Mondelez, Sanofi, Statoil, Toyota, Veolia, British Steel and more. Plant Management Forum will provide a unique platform to discuss, uncover, benchmark and exchange the best practices for your plant operation.

Event Topics

- Strategies and priorities for managing plant performance, efficiency and safety

- Ensuring results through people - managing and maximising your workforce

- Developing plant management KPIs

- Monitoring continuous improvement and embedding this within your workforce culture

- Building a winning plant maintenance strategy

- The impact of digital technology on plant efficiency and profitability

- Data overload! Dealing with vast and complex data sets

5 reasons you should attend:

1. Utilize the excellent opportunities for cross-industry learning, with presentations and content sourced across a wide variety of industries including BASF, EDF Energy, GSK, Mondelez, Statoil and many others.

2. Meet with high-level senior plant management professionals at the only peer-to-peer learning and networking event for asset-centric industries.

3. Engage in technical and interactive sessions, including Q&A sessions, panel discussions, roundtables and innovative plenary sessions - work with the collective knowledge of the group to remedy your plant issues and share with others.

4. Take away focused and detailed operational and strategic industry insight, that can be applied straight into your plant operation.

5. Build your personal Plant Management network; connect and build long-term working relationships with your peers throughout the conference and by joining us on the first evening for an enjoyable drinks reception!

For all conference updates And interesting, informative content, please join our LinkedIn Group here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12071453

URL:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/207136-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Early Bird Conference Fee: GBP 1099

Standard Conference Fee: GBP 1199

Early Bird Vendor Ticket: GBP 1250

Standard Vendor Ticket: GBP 1399

Speakers: BASF, E.ON, EDF Energy, Heineken, Mondelez, Sanofi, Statoil, T.A. Cook Consultants, Toyota, Veolia, British Steel

Catagory: Conferences, Engineering And Technology

Contact:    Thomas Chapell
t.chapell@tacook.com
441212003810

For more information, click here.

Argus Rare Earths Asia 2018

TBA, Guangzhou, China

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:00 PM

Argus rare Earths Asia 2018 will feature large-scale participation from global rare earths producers all the way to end product manufacturers especially from the permanent magnet sector. This will also be a great platform for stakeholders in the rare earths industry to congregate and discuss these upcoming trends and challenges not to mention connecting investors with decision makers in the rare earths sector.

This conference will address the following - - The impact of Belt and Road initiative to global rare earths market - To what extend will China's environmental and mining policies impact global rare earth supply? - Will US policies on boosting and securing rare earths production be sufficient to threaten China? - What are the true drivers of future rare earths markets, in light of rapidly evolving technological advancements across the globe? - Future outlook of electric vehicle and permanent magnet industry - Trends in new rare earths applications

Price: Standard Conference Fee: USD 1800

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Mining

Contact:    Kiara Zhong
kiara.zhong@argusmedia.com
6564969926

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Philadelphia, PA

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 - Thursday, June 14, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 - Thursday, June 14, 2018

Understanding and identifying how to limit price risk exposure is a complex task. This two-day course will provide attendees with a forum to maximize hedging efficiencies and limit price risk exposure. Delegates will build a portfolio of industry techniques for managing price risk in today's volatile energy markets.

Includes Online Pre-study Module

This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

Philadelphia, PA

Friday, June 15, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

London, UK

Monday, June 18, 2018 12:00 AM - Tuesday, June 19, 2018 12:00 AM

This two-day course provides an overview of energy derivatives and physical markets as well as the main instruments traded in those markets. We will explore the main differences between physical and paper transactions as well as the pros and cons of exchange-traded vs. OTC products. We will show how to trade and understand the use of futures, forwards and swaps to mitigate market risk. The course will also provide an overview of option contracts and hedging and speculation strategies using options and simple structures. This applied course will also cover strategic and tactical issues for alternative hedging strategies used by producers and end-users. We also review the relevant accounting rules for valuation and hedge accounting such as IAS 39/IFRS9.

The topics covered in DPH1 and DPH2 can assist delegates preparing for GARP’s Energy Risk Professional (ERP) exam.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

SPE International Oilfield Corrosion Conference and Exhibition

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), Exhibition Ave, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL, United Kingdom

Monday, June 18, 2018 1:00 PM - Tuesday, June 19, 2018 5:00 PM

The SPE International Oilfield Corrosion Conference and Exhibition, themed Asset Integrity Management in an Age of Uncertainty, will address both familiar and new challenges that come with the wide spectrum of requirements for effective corrosion management throughout an asset's lifecycle.

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/207585-1?pid=1567

Prices:

SPE Member: GBP 500

Non-member: GBP 585

Onsite: GBP 635

Student: GBP 240

Speakers: Mohsen Achour, ConocoPhillips Co, Ismenia Alvarez, Apache North Sea, Oystein Birketveit, Schlumberger, Neil Bretherton, Multi-Chem A Halliburton Service, Ole-Erich Haas, Axess Group, Boris Fergg, DEA Dave Hillis, Total, Andrew MacDonald, REDA Oilfi eld UK, Ejaz Muhammad, Plant Integrity Management, Mike Richardson, Spirit Energy, Erling Skavas, DNV GL Group, Torben Lund Skovhus, VIA University College, Geert van der Kraan, Dow Chemical Company

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Oil And Gas

Contact:    Admin
formslondon@spe.org
+44 (0) 20 7299 3300

For more information, click here.

8th Annual REU Houston

Hilton Houston Post Oak, 2001 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, 77056, United States

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, June 21, 2018 5:00 PM

We're moving into an exciting phase in the application of unconventional reserves estimation tools and techniques. However the lack of long-term production history means there are still huge challenges to overcome in order to reliably forecast and book reserves.

The 8th Annual REU Houston Conference brings together 120+ reservoir engineering, corporate reserves, finance and asset leaders, to share practical tools for improving field development decision-making and ensuring reserves reporting falls within the boundaries required by the SEC and investors.

In addition to the main program, the pre-conference workshop day will give you a deep dive into production forecasting and reserves estimation in shale reservoirs with multi-phase flow.

Why attend?

- The only focused annual meeting for reservoir engineering and corporate reserves teams to focus on unconventional reserves estimation

- Gain a full 360° view on practical strategies and tools for improving the appraisal, forecasting and bankability of reserves

- An operator-led program with actual use cases and interactive panels to give you hands on strategic and technical know-how to implement in your own organization

Early booking and group registration discounts are available. Register with your colleagues to maximize the practical and actionable insights to take back to your company and implement immediately. Email info@hansonwade.com to enquire about discounts.

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/206437-1?pid=1567

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/206437-2?pid=1567

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas

Price:

Oil and Gas Operators - Standard Rate/ Full Access Pass: USD 2898,

Oil and Gas Operators - Standard Rate/ Conference Only: USD 2099,

Solution Providers - Standard Rate/ Full Access Pass: USD 3998,

Solution Providers - Standard Rate/ Conference Only Pass: USD 2699

Speakers: Ron Harrell (Ryder Scott), Matt Parsons (Hunt Oil Company), Dr John Lee (Texas AandM University), Hoss Belyadi (EQT Corporation), Richard Cao (Shell), Sabrina Cheng (Shell Canada), Jim Shuss (PDC Energy), Ace Alexander (Constellation Energy), David Fulford (Apache Corporation) and Many More

Contact:    Customer Services
info@hansonwade.com
17135548380

For more information, click here.

SPE Workshop: Well Integrity in Mature Fields - Challenges and Perspectives

JW Marriott Bucharest, Calea 13 Septembrie 90, Bucharest 050726, Romania.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 8:30 AM - Wednesday, June 20, 2018 3:30 PM

Hear industry practitioners share and discuss challenges, best practice, and technological advances on well integrity issues.

The workshop is about sharing knowledge and experience of the use of technologies for well integrity issues over the full life cycle, including fixing sustained casing pressures to rework, re-use or rigless abandonment of wells, and the assessment methods deployed to manage well integrity barriers and their perceived risk.

Top Reasons to Attend:

* Come and talk about well integrity in the oldest and earliest established oil and gas market in Europe and arguably the world.

* Romania, an oil-producing country since 1857, is the ideal place to review relevant well integrity strategies for mature oil fields in the digital era.

* Romania is a world-class example of the oldest oilfield in the world with oldest recorded oil production.

* Learn from industry leaders about how to maintain well integrity in old assets.

* Understand the role of data in delivering well integrity assurance.

* Better understand the importance of human factors in well integrity decision making.

Category: Classes / Courses | Professional Training | Classes, Courses & Workshops.

Sub-Categories: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas.

Artists / Speakers: Gordon McMillan, OMV Petrom; Vincent Stephane, Well Control & Integrity; Alexandru Dragomir, OMV Petrom; Theo Rijper, Seal-Tite International; Mike Billingham, Wood plc; Felicia Cirstian, OMV Petrom; Simon Copping, Wood; Gordon Duncan, PetroEdge Asia; Paul Hopmans, TNO; George Galloway, IWCF; Vincent Stephane, Well Control & Integrity; Gordon Duncan, PetroEdge Asia; Stevan Malogajski, OMV Petrom.

Booking:  https://go.evvnt.com/209106-0?pid=1567

Prices:
Non-members: GBP 700,
SPE members: GBP 600.

Contact:    Katie Dunn
kdunn@spe.org
020 7299 3300

For more information, click here.

Argus LPG and Petrochemical Feedstocks Korea 2018

TBC, Seoul, Korea (South)

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, June 20, 2018 5:00 PM

Asia continues to be the main driver of growth, with major LPG producers expecting northeast Asian petrochemical producers to drive demand. But a key concern in Asia is whether there will be sufficient supplies at affordable prices. The two-day conference will look at the bright spots globally, how buyers and sellers are adjusting their commercial strategies to navigate through this new competitive landscape.

Whether experienced or new to the market, Argus LPG and Petrochemical Feedstocks Korea 2018 will offer the information and networking opportunities to facilitate your business objectives in 2018 and 2019.

Key themes

Overview of global and Asia-Pacific LPG markets

Asia's developing petrochemical industry - Feedstock supply security

Supply outlook - LPG versus naphtha

New drivers for Asia-Pacific demand

New opportunities and challenges in shipping and bunkering

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/211952-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Inaugural Promotion: USD 1200

Early bird rate: USD 1600

Standard rate: USD 1800

Speakers: Nguyen Van Thanh, Director General, Vinachemia, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Thomas Oberthur, Director, Southeast Asia Programme, International Plant Nutrition Institute, Kyaw Kyaw Win, Professor and Head; Department of Agronomy, Myanmar's Yezin Agricultural University, Trinh Khac Quang, President, Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences (VAAS), Yap Chin An, Senior Research Officer, Malaysian Pepper Board, Andreas Pacholski, Senior Specialist, Research and Development, Eurochem

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Oil And Gas

Contact:    Josephine Pulvera
josephine.pulvera@argusmedia.com
64969932

For more information, click here.

Global Offshore Wind Manchester June 2018

Manchester Central Convention Complex, Windmill Street, Petersfield, Manchester, M2 3GX, United Kingdom

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, June 20, 2018 5:00 PM

Rise with offshore wind – an industry with global ambition to power nations.

We’re bringing together project developers, manufacturers, financiers, ports, supply chain companies, technical experts and more to discuss progress and the substantial opportunity offshore wind represents for UK companies, and the global industry.

– Get the latest updates – Discover future opportunities – Hear about lessons learnt – Highlight how you can contribute

Attendees will benefit from the opportunity to connect with all offshore wind players in one location, learn about current progress and opportunities, and get insight into future trends and policy needs for the sector.

Features include: – Partnering service for 1:1 meetings – Exclusive market intelligence reports – World-class conference programme – Demo Zone and Innovation Theatre

RenewableUK association events are made by the industry, for the industry. Our unique blend of knowledge and networking will power your business.

Price Prices not yet confirmed: GBP 0

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Renewable Energies

Contact:    David Moyle
David.Moyle@renewableuk.com
02079013000

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Oil Storage

London, UK

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed as an introduction to the fundamentals of oil storage. The course reviews the different types of oil storage, technical issues and strategic storage requirements. Delegates will learn about the major storage operators, key worldwide storage hubs and storage market trends. We’ll also cover the use of storage and economics, including pricing and valuing of storage and hedging material in storage.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Intermediate Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

London, UK

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - Thursday, June 21, 2018

The course covers advanced instruments for basis risk management such as basis swaps and options and the use of correlation and regression to identify and measure basis risks. Case studies show to hedge in illiquid markets using proxy hedges.

The use of option strategies, exotic options and structured products is shown in an applied context, with emphasis on pros and cons vs. other hedging instruments. A new module covers how to perform Profit and Loss Attribution for Linear and Non-Linear Derivatives, includes several case studies. The main option “Greeks’ (Delta, Gamma, Vega and Theta) are presented using practical exercises.

The course also provides an overview of energy price behavior, and applied probability and statistics using Excel exercises with hands-on calculations. After introducing the building blocks of risk analysis, we estimate volatilities, correlations and calculate Value at Risk and other risk metrics.

The course concludes by providing in-depth applications of market risk management of energy portfolios, with particular emphasis on VaR, Stress Tests and Backtesting. Delegates conduct hands-on calculations for variance- covariance, Monte Carlo and Historical Simulation VaR for energy portfolios.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

SPE International Oilfield Scale Conference and Exhibition

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), Exhibition Ave, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL, United Kingdom

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, June 21, 2018 5:00 PM

The SPE International Oilfield Scale Conference and Exhibition has long been recognised as the industry's foremost specialist scale forum. It provides an ideal platform for industry and academic experts to share experiences in managing the challenges manifesting in your region. This leading two-day event creates opportunities for discussing and sharing new experiences in all aspects of handling oilfield scale and is designed for industry professionals involved or interested in formation, removal, inhibition, and management of oilfield scale.

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/207597-1?pid=1567

Price SPE Member: GBP 560 Non-member: GBP 645

Speakers: Hamad Al-Saiari, Saudi Aramco Salima Baraka- Lokmane, Total Stuart Brice, Maersk Oil Ping Chen, Halliburton Stephanie Edmunds, Solvay UK Hua Guan, OneSubsea Stephan Hatscher, Wintershall Stephen Heath, Baker Hughes, a GE Company Michael Jensen, Hess Amy Kan, Rice University Marija Kilibarda, Aker BP Ji-Young Lee, Shell Haiping Lu, Baker Hughes, a GE Company Eric Mackay, Heriot-Watt University Eugenia Marinou, Lloyd's Register Ross McCartney, Oilfi eld Water Services Anne Neville, University of Leeds Gill Ross, Chrysaor Olav Selle, Statoil Caroline Simpson, Scaled Solutions Eyvind Sørhaug, Repsol Exploration Norge Wei Wei, Chevron Helen Williams, Nalco Champion Jonathan Wylde, Clariant Oil Services Ying Xu, Conocophilips

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Contact:    Admin Admin
formslondon@spe.org
+4402072993300

For more information, click here.

Front to Back Office: Trading Controls and Best Practices

London, UK

Thursday, June 21, 2018

This fascinating and interactive workshop will give delegates a thorough understanding of best practice controls to be applied in commodity trading activities. Delegates are encouraged to think about the controls processes applied in their own operations, through interactive group case studies, in order to minimize the chances of similar expensive trading mistakes. Recent trading "failures" will be analyzed.

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course, your employees will understand:

The sources of best practices for energy trading and risk management Roles and responsibilities of the front, middle, and back offices The key types of risks which need to be controlled Various types of limits, and control mechanisms and approaches, for managing and controlling a variety of risks The process for establishing and maintaining a best practice-compliant risk management operation and related control structure Details of recent and important controls failures, including how and why Regulatory requirements for trading controls and compliance

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

27th World Gas Conference 2018

Walter E. Washington Convention Centre (WEWCC), 801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC, 20001, United States

Monday, June 25, 2018 8:00 AM - Friday, June 29, 2018 5:00 PM

The 27th World Gas Conference is the largest and most high-profile global gas conference and exhibition.

From June 25-29, 2018, Washington DC is expected to host 12,000 attendees, 500 speakers and 350 exhibitors representing more than 600 companies from 100 countries.

Presented by the International Gas Union (IGU) and run since 1931, the World Gas Conference has 85 years of experience of bringing the gas industry together and delivers excellent insight. It creates exceptional business and learning opportunities, outstanding networking, and promises great return-on-investment.

The program benefits from the unrivaled expertise of more than 1,000 industry specialists representing 30 countries of the IGU's 11 committees and two task forces. During the three year period they work together to prepare a program that is unique amongst other global gas events featuring 500 speakers and designed to attract 4,000 conference delegates. The program will address the most up-to-date business critical issues facing the global gas industry.

The 12,000+ attendees of the gas industry are made up of policy makers, influential leaders, buyers and sellers, industry and technical experts, customers, NGOs, media, members of the financial community, and others.

It is the first time ever that the World Gas Conference will be held in a country that is both the largest producer and consumer of natural gas. WGC was last held in the USA in 1988, and it will likely be decades before it is held in the USA again.

For further information, please contact Victoria J. Jolly at vjolly@thecwcgroup.com or on +44 20 7978 0019.

Read more at wgc2018.com

URLs: Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-1 Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-2 Custom: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-3 Twitter: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-4 Custom: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-5 Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/74583-6

Price: Early Bird Delegate Rate: USD 3500 Delegate Rate: USD 4000

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment

Contact:    Victoria Jolly
vjolly@thecwcgroup.com
+44 20 7978 0019

For more information, click here.

Electric Utility Cost Estimating 2018 Conference New Orleans, Louisiana

Ace Hotel New Orleans, 600 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA, 70130, United States

Monday, June 25, 2018 8:00 AM - Wednesday, June 27, 2018 5:00 PM

Efficient, Accurate Cost Estimating

The estimating process for electric utility projects is being disrupted by technology, data and changes to organizational structure. More than ever Utilities, Engineers and Contractors need to come together to benchmark strategies, share best practices and forge stronger relationships.

Electric Utility Cost Estimating 2018 will explore how project teams are improving their conceptual estimating, forecasting, bidding, and use of data and new software.

You'll learn about every step from setting up an estimating team, improving scope and leveraging historical data, through to submitting quality bids and reducing risk.

If your work involves estimating of any electric utility project from generation and transmission through to substations and distribution, then ensure this event is in your diary today. We'll see you in New Orleans!

5 Things You'll Learn at This Conference: -Understand Utility Perspectives- Hear from speakers with decades of collective electric utility experience, including from the utilities themselves, to get targeted and practical advice that will align with your own project challenges.

-Reduce Risk- Discover how to balance contingencies with competitiveness, identify subsurface risks and optimize use of risk registers.

-Foster Communication and Transparency- Explore the ways that stakeholders are better integrating and sharing information to bring companies onto the same page and procure more fair and accurate costs.

-Evaluate Tools and Technologies- Gain insight and exposure to the most efficient solutions on the market that better collect, manage and leverage data to streamline estimating practices.

-Build a Skilled Team of Project Estimators- Get on board with industry leaders who have experience establishing and maintaining skilled dedicated estimating teams.

URLs:

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/203795-1?pid=1567

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/203795-2?pid=1567

Price:

Full Access Pass: USD 2198,

Conference Only: USD 1899

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Electricity

Speakers: Jammie Simonds, Reeyna Daniel, Jeff Spence, Jackie Becker, David Reinemann, Kurt Traub, Todd Hunt, Mani Amini, Alex Vermoer, Trey Childers, Geoff Zeiss, Vishal Patel, Steve Meidinger, Jeff Albright, Tim Franklin, Matt Thompson, Eric Lucas, Glenn Fox

Contact:    Nicole Moy
info@hansonwade.com
17135548380

For more information, click here.

Energy Risk Europe 2018 | London

The Waldorf Hilton Hotel London, Aldwych,London,WC2B 4DD, UK

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 8:00 AM - Tuesday, June 26, 2018 4:50 PM

Energy Risk will host the 21st annual Energy Risk Europe conference in London on Tuesday 26 June 2018. This flagship summit is the must attend event for senior energy risk managers, traders and compliance officers from across Europe who wish to learn about the latest techniques for measuring, modelling, and managing risk and hear how the industry is finding solutions to the regulatory challenges impacting businesses trading in the energy markets.

A packed programme will feature CRO's, compliance heads and traders from leading European utilities and energy trading firms as well top regulatory officials overseeing these markets. Through in-depth panel discussions, keynote addresses, case studies and roundtables we will address the key industry challenges and provide fresh market insights.

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/209843-0?pid=1567

Price Prices start from: GBP 599

Speakers: Jasper Jorritsma, Dr. Andreas Schuler, Henrik Specht, Tobias Sperr, Aviv Handler

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Energy

Contact:    Infopro-Digital Infopro-Digital
alice.eades@infopro-digital.com
+4402073169043

For more information, click here.

Future of Utilities: Smart Metering Update 2018

Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BG, United Kingdom

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, June 27, 2018 5:00 PM

Why Attend?

• Stay on top of the SMIP's progress with exclusive insights from SSE, Co-Operative Energy, and OVO Energy

• Benefit from the opportunity to immerse yourself in a roundtable discussion about how to foster consumer engagement in the rollout

• Hear how smart metering data is transforming the industry with case studies on Octopus Agile and Peer2Peer energy trading

• Take advantage of almost three hours of networking opportunities throughout the day

• Don't miss out on crucial updates from the DCC and Smart EnergyGB

"Insightful, confidence building, but realistic about the challenges." - Director of Metering, SSE

Prices:

Standard full price: GBP 995.0,

Energy Suppliers*: GBP 695.0

Speakers: DCC, Smart Energy GB, SSE, Octopus Energy, OVO Energy, Co-operative Energy, EDF Energy, Powerpeers

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Utilities

Contact:    Adam Fallis
events@marketforce.eu.com
02076083222

For more information, click here.

July 2018 Back to Top
The Gas Chain Concept - Industry Structure, Economics, and Pricing

Oxford, UK

Monday, July 2, 2018 - Wednesday, July 4, 2018

This three-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of the "gas chain," a thorough understanding of which is essential for anyone associated with the natural gas business. The result is an understanding of the interdependence of each phase of the gas business and the implications of this for the commercial organisation, finance, operation and structure to commercialise gas reserves.

What you will learn: The organisation of the natural gas industry: the gas chain Production, transportation and supply factors Economics of natural gas production Pricing concepts and marketing Government involvement: regulation, control and competition Formal presentations will be supplemented by Exercises/Case Study focusing on the economics of gas supply and demand

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Oil, Petrochemicals and Gas Shipping

London, UK

Monday, July 9, 2018

Shipping affects several aspects of a commodity including its marketing, supply, pricing, competition tactics and trading opportunities. Contracts can be complex, the legal and commercial implications profound. This one-day course provides insights into who is responsible for what, economic choices, common terminology, freight contracts and negotiations.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Energy Futures

Houston, TX

Monday, July 16, 2018

This highly interactive workshop is a great introduction to exchange traded futures contracts. Delegates will leave with an in-depth knowledge of futures contracts and markets - specifically those related to energy. This introductory one-day course includes a trading simulation and a comprehensive review at the end.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options

Houston, TX

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

This course allows delegates to experience this fascinating and complex field first hand. Long thought as a difficult topic, options are broken down so they are fully understood. This full day workshop covers everything from premium valuation to advanced trading strategies on exchange traded options, specifically those related to energy commodities including oil, gas and electricity. You will gain even more valuable insights through our unique trading simulation and comprehensive review at the end of the day.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets

Houston, TX

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - Thursday, July 19, 2018

Understanding and identifying how to limit price risk exposure is a complex task. This two-day course will provide attendees with a forum to maximize hedging efficiencies and limit price risk exposure. Delegates will build a portfolio of industry techniques for managing price risk in today's volatile energy markets.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets

Houston, TX

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - Thursday, July 19, 2018

Understanding and identifying how to limit price risk exposure is a complex task. This two-day course will provide attendees with a forum to maximize hedging efficiencies and limit price risk exposure. Delegates will build a portfolio of industry techniques for managing price risk in today's volatile energy markets.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Principles of Tanker Ownership, Chartering, Operations, Laytime and Demurrage

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - Friday, July 20, 2018

Making sound business decisions concerning tanker ownership, chartering, operations and coverage strategies demands a good understanding of key issues and their potential impact. This basic course covers the crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals and gas transportation sectors. This course also examines the important economic, financial, contractual, environmental and legislative issues when evaluating contract options, chartering and investment strategies, logistics and operating tactics.

This course will also provide practical understanding and instruction in the complexities of laytime and demurrage and in so doing, de-mystify them. Emphasis is placed on how to avoid potential problems from the outset, how to limit risk and exposure and ultimately save money through the efficient handling of claims and avoidance of costly legal proceedings. The course highlights differences between major charter parties and the problems encountered between shipping and oil sales contracts.

Case studies and practical sessions provide delegates with hands-on experience of decision making in this area. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required. This is a three day course.

What you will learn: To understand key issues facing players in today’s energy shipping markets To use worldscale, calculate freight costs, undertake voyage estimate, and time charter conversions To understand the dynamics of the tanker chartering, sale and purchase markets, how to analyze the trends and assess investment risk, as well as how tankers are financed The characteristics and driving forces that determine developments in the specialist gas and chemicals carrier markets Factors determining oil company transportation coverage strategies and tanker owners’ chartering policies To appreciate the important insights into how technical factors and the increasingly stringent rules governing vessel operations, safety and pollution prevention impact commercial decisions The essential elements of a voyage charter party and the differences in owners’ and charters’ obligations under different forms of charter The process of tanker chartering and the role of the broker How the bunker fuel markets work and how bunkering strategies can be developed To identify important insights in the commercial and technical management of a tanker fleet Clear understanding of all of the contractual terms and clauses relating to laytime and demurrage How the same issues may be handled differently between the main charter parties (for example, ASBATankvoy, Shellvoy, Bpvoy) How to calculate used laytime and demurrage incurred The experience of working with a group of energy and shipping industry executives, having a range of experiences, from a variety of organizations around the world

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course your employees will be able to:

Evaluate the options available for oil, LPG and bulk liquid chemicals transportation Calculate shipping requirements Estimate freight rates for potential business Develop coverage strategies to minimize risks and exploit opportunities in the liquid bulk shipping markets Participate in the preparation for, and the conduct of, charter party negotiations Understand the commercial risks associated with laytime and demurrage in shipping charter parties and oil sales/supply agreements and the problems of ensuring compatibility between the two contracts Clarify some of the most important issues surrounding laytime and demurrage Help improve the efficiency and speed of claims handling to the benefit of the parties concerned

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Disruptive Sustainability Technologies Conference

TBC, Silicon Valley, CA, 94027, United States

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 8:00 AM - Wednesday, July 18, 2018 6:00 PM

Disruptive Sustainability Technologies convenes public company executives (innovation, strategy, leadership, change management, sustainability and other relevant titles), mergers and acquisition experts, academics and futurists for a look out at the horizon on how sustainability technologies may disrupt business models as companies move toward a new way of creating value.

This day long discussion will examine major trends in sustainability technology and how they are likely to drive unprecedented changes inside multinational companies.

Format will take place in a series of moderated panels, along with interactive breakout sessions, and ample networking time throughout the day. Participants will take away knowledge on how to engage disruptive events and technologies proactively and how to best leverage them for greater success.

Engage with public company management, thought leaders, futurists and change agents on what to expect in disruptive sustainability technologies.

Discover the impact of disruptive technologies on long term value and plan for ways to innovate through change, merger/acquisition or growth.

Apply the latest practices in how to build company resilience by successfully moving through disruptions caused by sustainability technologies.

For Sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jake Hendrickson: jhendrickson@skytopstrategies.com, (347) 790-1745

Booking https://go.evvnt.com/177573-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Early Rate #1: expires Mar 15: USD 695

Early Rate #2 Mar 16-Mar 28: USD 995

Full Rate: USD 1295

Category: Conferences | Engineering & Technology | Research & Innovation

Speakers: Susan Beverly | Senior Director of Sustainability - Abbott | Chicago - IL, Hank Boerner | Chairman & Chief Executive Officer - Governance & Accountability Institute Inc. | New York - NY, Joe Verrengia | Global Director Corporate Social Responsibility - Arrow Electronics Inc. | Denver - CO

Contact:    David Brown
dbrown@skytopstrategies.com
+12014283818

For more information, click here.

Architectural And Environmental Design (AED) Conference

Netherlands

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 10:00 AM - Friday, July 20, 2018 5:00 PM

The Architectural and Environmental Design (AED) is created to be a platform for all early career researchers, practitioners and students from all around the world, helping them to share ideas, and to expand networks for scholars.

AED is an international conference that focuses on Sustainability and how it is approached by Architectural and Environmental Designs. AED engages with real life problems that affect the buildings on all scales, cities, and environment where it also discusses the built environment, and the factors that assist in shaping the built environment and how it affects our lives and our activities. IEREK for International Experts for Research Enrichment and Knowledge Exchange welcomes the abstract submissions to our Early Career conference.

This conference will give early career researchers the chance to socialize, collaborate and communicate with others working in Architecture and Environmental Design. The conference will bring together participants to present and discuss their work and ideas in a welcoming interactive environment. Participants will receive feedback, new ideas, and will learn how to decisively develop their profiles to help with their career advancements, and with the chance of getting their papers.

Contact:    ahmed sami
ahmed.sami@ierek.com
00201027233310

For more information, click here.

LNG Shipping: The Centre of Global Gas Supplies Harmonising the Upstream, Downstream and Mid Stream

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, July 23, 2018 - Wednesday, July 25, 2018

The LNG shipping sector has also been evolving rapidly in recent years in response to accelerated growth in the international gas markets and - as in other parts of the LNG supply chain - technological innovation is seen as the means of optimising costs and increasing cargo outturn. New players have entered the LNG shipping business and the LNG industry is increasingly looking for more flexible shipping arrangements. Larger ships, innovative ship designs, new containment and propulsion systems have been developed while safety and environmental factors remain foremost considerations in the construction and operation of these vessels.

This intensive three-day course is designed to take participants through all of the commercial, technical, operating, legislative and legal issues affecting the shipment of LNG from export to import terminal. This is accomplished through a combination of presentations, exercises and case studies under the direction of a team of expert speakers with practical experience of the LNG industry and shipping. The aim is to give participants the ability to assess opportunities and manage operational and commercial risks in LNG shipping.

This course on LNG shipping is presented in the context of the overall LNG supply chain:

How commercial shipping arrangements sit among the range of other agreements which exist between LNG producers, liquefaction parties, terminal operators; How the shipping contract overlaps with GSA’s, SPA’s and import/export agreements; The commercial, technical, regulatory, financial, legal and security risks that extend along the supply chain and which require the harmonization with the shipping sector; Managing and optimising risk along the supply chain. LNG transportation accounts for 10% to 30% of total LNG supply chain costs from upstream gas production through to terminalling and regasification on the import side. It is central, both figuratively and physically, to the LNG supply chain and the safe, efficient execution of LNG supply contracts.

Please note: a laptop and up-to-date version of Office would be an advantage in order to engage in market data; however it is not essential.

What You Will Learn:

The key drivers for LNG shipping The development of the LNG carrier fleet, the outlook for the market and key players Vessel operating costs and the determination of freight rates Choices over the design of LNG carriers Calculating vessel requirements The impact of sales agreement terms on shipping Shipping contracts and charter parties LNG marine terminal operation

Manager’s Return on Investment Upon completion of this course your employees will be able to:

Identify and monitor the key drivers in the LNG shipping market Understand the impact of key vessel design parameters on the calculation of shipping requirements for the individual projects Prepare voyage estimates and calculate fright rates for potential business Develop coverage strategies to minimize risks and exploit opportunities in the LNG shipping markets Recognise the key clauses in shipping contract and charter parties and the impact of sales agreements on shipping Understand the key aspects of terminal operations

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

August 2018 Back to Top
Summer NAPE

George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, Texas, 77010, United States

Wednesday, August 15, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, August 16, 2018 6:00 PM

For the upstream oil and gas industry, NAPE is where deals happen. The annual Summer NAPE expo in Houston is a networking event that brings together all industry disciplines; draws in decision-makers; focuses its participation on prospect generators; and hosts companies of all sizes, from small independents to majors. More intimate than NAPE Summit, this show is a "must attend" event to network with the people and players who have firsthand knowledge of the opportunities and prospects throughout the area.

The event begins with a half day Business Conference and luncheon followed by 1.5 days of networking and deal making on the expo floor.

Exhibit registration includes access to the expo floor, 2 networking socials, a lunch buffet and entry to the Summer Sweepstakes.

For Exhibitor pricing and information, contact exhibit@napeexpo.com.

For Sponsorship opportunities, contact sponsorships@napeexpo.com.

Join us as we continue to celebrate NAPE's 25th Anniversary in August 2018!

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/208736-0?pid=1567

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas

Price:

NAPE Exhibits Registration starts at: USD 260,

NAPE Business Conference Registration starts at: USD 340,

NAPE Exhibits and Business Conference Combo Registration starts at: USD 555

Speaker: Daniel Rice

Contact:    NAPE Team
info@napeexpo.com
8178477700

For more information, click here.

10th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition 2018 (PV Guangzhou 2018)

China Import and Export Fair Complex

Thursday, August 16, 2018 9:00 AM - Saturday, August 18, 2018 2:00 PM

Known as the largest and most influential solar photovoltaic exhibition in South China , PV Guangzhou 2017 attracted about 300 worldwide exhibitors like LONGi, SAJ, CSG, YINGLI SOLAR, GINLONG, INVT, ALLGRAND BATTERY, REILLE, AVOLT, TAODING NETWORK, SOFARSOLAR, GOODWE, GROWATT, MOSO, SRNE, TOPRAY, AMERISOLAR, OSAKA VACUUM, 304 INDUSTRIAL PARK, etc. PV Guangzhou 2018 is expected to cover 40,000 sqm, with 600 quality exhibitiors showcasing products like pv modules, inverters, solar cells, solar lighting, solar heaters, solar chargers, tracking systems, off-grid systems, cable, brackets, solar power generating systems, detecting & control systems, raw material, etc.

Contact:    Mandy Tsang
mandyt_1@163.com
0082 29037372

For more information, click here.

10th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition 2018 (PV Guangzhou 2018)

China Import and Export Fair Complex

Thursday, August 16, 2018 9:00 AM - Saturday, August 18, 2018 2:00 PM

Known as the largest and most influential solar photovoltaic exhibition in South China , PV Guangzhou 2017 attracted about 300 worldwide exhibitors like LONGi, SAJ, CSG, YINGLI SOLAR, GINLONG, INVT, ALLGRAND BATTERY, REILLE, AVOLT, TAODING NETWORK, SOFARSOLAR, GOODWE, GROWATT, MOSO, SRNE, TOPRAY, AMERISOLAR, OSAKA VACUUM, 304 INDUSTRIAL PARK, etc. PV Guangzhou 2018 is expected to cover 40,000 sqm, with 600 quality exhibitiors showcasing products like pv modules, inverters, solar cells, solar lighting, solar heaters, solar chargers, tracking systems, off-grid systems, cable, brackets, solar power generating systems, detecting & control systems, raw material, etc.

Contact:    Mandy Tsang
mandyt_1@163.com
0086 20 29037372 / 0086 15918775956

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Energy Futures

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Monday, August 20, 2018

This highly interactive workshop is a great introduction to exchange traded futures contracts. Delegates will leave with an in-depth knowledge of futures contracts and markets - specifically those related to energy. This introductory one-day course includes a trading simulation and a comprehensive review at the end.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Options I - Fundamentals of Energy Options

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

This course allows delegates to experience this fascinating and complex field first hand. Long thought as a difficult topic, options are broken down so they are fully understood. This full day workshop covers everything from premium valuation to advanced trading strategies on exchange traded options, specifically those related to energy commodities including oil, gas and electricity. You will gain even more valuable insights through our unique trading simulation and comprehensive review at the end of the day.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Hedging in Energy Markets

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 - Thursday, August 23, 2018

Understanding and identifying how to limit price risk exposure is a complex task. This two-day course will provide attendees with a forum to maximize hedging efficiencies and limit price risk exposure. Delegates will build a portfolio of industry techniques for managing price risk in today's volatile energy markets.

Includes Online Pre-study Module

This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Oil Trading Orientation

Stavanger, Norway

Wednesday, August 29, 2018 - Friday, August 31, 2018

Oil Trading Orientation is a three-day instructor-led course presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This workshop is ideal for non-traders wishing to know more about the world of oil trading, or for delegates who are at the very beginning of an oil trading. Delegates will learn the terminology and key building blocks of knowledge for crude oil and petroleum product trading. They will also receive a first-hand perspective of what a trader's job involves, through competitive team trading simulations focusing on different aspects of trading and risk management. Topics explored include crude oil quality, product refining, blending and specifications, market fundamentals, technical analysis, key trading strategies, pricing mechanisms, derivatives trading, risk management and the mechanics of trading and operations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

September 2018 Back to Top
ECMOR XVI

World Trade Center, Edif. Este, Moll de Barcelona, s/n, Barcelona, 08039, Spain

Monday, September 3, 2018 8:00 PM - Thursday, September 6, 2018 11:00 PM

The ECMOR conferences started in Cambridge over 24 years ago and through a sequence of meetings in major European centres, continue a tradition of combining high-quality mathematical science with engineering applications. Researchers and engineers from industry, government and academia meet in an informal atmosphere to focus on key technical and mathematical challenges facing the oil industry. We invite all applied mathematicians and geoscientists to contribute to the technical programme, to share results, experiences and new ideas during the ECMOR conference.

To complement the conference, an icebreaker reception will be organized as well as a conference dinner at a special location. All registered family members will also be invited to join the family member’s tour. Keep a close eye on our website to check the most up-to-date information about the social programme of ECMOR XVI.

The Call for Abstracts opens on 15 September 2017 and closes on 31 January 2018. For more information on submitting your abstract, please refer to the ECMOR XVI website.

Price Registration opens on 1 March 2018: EUR 0

Contact:    EAGE EAGE
communications@eage.org
+31889955055

For more information, click here.

ECMOR XVI: 16th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery 2018

World Trade Center, Edif. Este, Moll de Barcelona, s/n, Barcelona 08039, Spain

Monday, September 3, 2018 8:00 PM - Thursday, September 6, 2018 11:00 PM

The ECMOR conference gathers applied mathematicians and geoscience engineers to focus on recent advances in geological and reservoir modelling. Next edition will be 3-6 September in Barcelona, Spain.

The ECMOR conferences started in Cambridge over 24 years ago and through a sequence of meetings in major European centres, continue a tradition of combining high-quality mathematical science with engineering applications. Researchers and engineers from industry, government and academia meet
in an informal atmosphere to focus on key technical and mathematical challenges facing the oil industry.
We invite all applied mathematicians and geoscientists to contribute to the technical programme, to share results, experiences and new ideas during the ECMOR conference.

To complement the conference, an icebreaker reception will be organized as well as a conference dinner at a special location. All registered family members will also be invited to join the family member’s tour. Keep a close eye on our website to check the most up-to-date information about the social programme of ECMOR XVI.

The Call for Abstracts opens on 15 September 2017 and closes on 31 January 2018. For more information on submitting your abstract, please refer to the ECMOR XVI website.

ECMOR XVI offers excellent sponsoring opportunities to create high visibility. For more information about sponsoring, please refer to the ‘Sponsor Guide’ on the conference website or contact us at sponsoring@eage.org.

Price
Registration opens on 1 March 2018: EUR 0

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas

Contact:    Events team
ecmor@eage.org
+31 889955055

For more information, click here.

Aviation Fuels: Supply, Trading and Risk Management

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, September 5, 2018 - Friday, September 7, 2018

This three-day workshop provides an overview of the supply, trading and risk management of the aviation fuels market. The course covers the key building blocks of knowledge for anyone needing to understand the jet fuel and aviation gasoline markets. Topics explored include the basics of aviation fuel production and refining processes, aviation fuels quality and specifications, market fundamentals of supply and demand, jet fuel trading, pricing mechanisms and the management of price risk. Delegates will get the chance to participate in industry case studies and trading and hedging simulations.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

The Oil and Gas Value Chain

London, UK

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

This one-day workshop provides an introduction to all aspects of the oil and gas supply chain, from exploration and development of hydrocarbon resources to supplying end- users. The emphasis is on identifying opportunities and strategies for value creation within the industry, including infrastructure investment, physical supply chain operations and commercial trading activities. The course explores physical supply chain processes including oil and gas production, gas processing, shipping and pipeline transportation of oil, gas and LNG, storage and retail distribution. It also considers the commercial and regulatory arrangements for oil and gas trading and end- user supply.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

The Coal and Electricity Value Chain

London, UK

Thursday, September 6, 2018

This one-day workshop provides an introduction to all aspects of the coal and electricity supply chains, from the discovery and mining of coal to the supply of electricity to end-users. The emphasis is on identifying opportunities and strategies for value creation within the coal and electric power industries, including infrastructure investment, physical supply chain operations and commercial trading activities. The course explores physical supply chain processes including the mining, processing and transportation of coal, generation and transmission of electricity and end-use of both coal and electric power. It also considers the commercial and regulatory arrangements for coal trading and for electricity trading and end-user supply.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Near Surface Geoscience Conference and Exhibition 2018

Alfandega Porto Congress Centre, Porto, Portugal

Sunday, September 9, 2018 8:00 AM - Thursday, September 13, 2018 8:00 PM

EAGE's Near Surface Geoscience Conference and Exhibition 2018 in Porto, Portugal (9-13 September) is a truly multi- disciplinary geophysics event. It bring together the 24th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, the 3rd Applied Shallow Marine Geophysics Conference, the 2nd Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration and Mining and a world class exhibition of companies working in mining, energy production and other geophysical fields. It is the essential European meeting for all academics and professionals working in the near surface geoscience field, comprising three meticulous technical programmes and wonderful networking opportunities on our 300m2 exhibition floor.

Join us in Porto, where you can also take part in expert workshops, short courses, field trips and fascinating field demonstrations, where exhibitors will have the opportunity to demonstrate their new technology and innovative solutions at a nearby location.

Hosted in the stunning Alfândega Porto Congress Centre, EAGE's Near Surface 2018 is the perfect opportunity for researchers in any of our three topics to present on their latest work. Calls for abstracts for all three conferences are open until 15 April 2018. Further details can be found at www.nearsurfacegeoscience2018.org.

Exhibition space can be booked by interested geoscience related companies at a special reduced early rate before 1 March 2018 by contacting exhibition@eage.org. It is also possible to expand your exposure to the wider near surface community by becoming a sponsor to the Near Surface 2018. For more information, contact exhibition@eage.org or refer to www.nearsurfacegeoscience2018.org.

General registration open 1 April 2018!

Price: Conference and Exhibition full registration: Members: EUR 495

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Geology

Contact:    EAGE .
ehs@eage.org
+31 88 995 5055

For more information, click here.

International Oil Supply, Transportation, Refining and Trading

London, UK

Monday, September 10, 2018 - Thursday, September 13, 2018

International Oil Supply, Transportation, Refining and Trading (SP1) has been the premier course of its kind for over 30 years by continually evolving and carefully adapting to meet current industry needs. With that experience, we are pleased to respond to market demand and offer a four-day condensed version of this classic week long course. Delegates will garner the knowledge generations of oil professionals before them have relied on while meeting the current demands for less time out of the office and efficient travel spend.

This course provides an overview of the oil supply chain - crude oil from source to refinery, processing, trading and the onwards movement of oil products. It is designed for new or recent entrants to the oil industry, and is also ideal for use as part of an induction programme or for bringing those transferring disciplines up to speed. Through the medium of a series of progressive, specific exercises, delegates will address day-to-day problems in order to understand the relevant commercial driving forces in this area.

After learning about the fundamentals, delegates will cover the valuation of crude oil. Ocean tanker transport and freight will be explored together with an overview of terminals and pipelines. The structure of a refinery will be explained in the context of the need to produce marketable products. Key aspects of product quality will be covered together with the major refining processes needed to achieve them. The course moves on to cover oil markets and pricing, oil trading contracts, and an introductory guide to paper markets and hedging using futures.

32 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits awarded for this course. Authorised by The Law Society of England and Wales.

What you will learn: How to value crude oil based on product market prices How to evaluate spot tanker freight costs How to evaluate crude netbacks and refining margins and alternative crude breakevens How tankers are chartered How spot oil purchase/sale contracts are structured How a refinery is structured The significance of non-tanker logistics - pipelines, storage, rail and road Key points on product quality; how key specifications are met Fundamental economic drivers of the supply chain How the international crude oil and products markets are priced Futures markets: characteristics and use The basic use of hedging within a trading environment

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course your employees will have:

A full understanding of each element in the oil supply chain – transportation of crude, refining, transportation of products, pipelines, storage, trading and sales – and the economics of each stage. “Hands-on” practice in key calculations used in supply and trading, including freight using Worldscale, GPW & netback, refining margins, crude and product pricing mechanisms and logistics costs. An appreciation of the interrelationship between crude quality, refinery processes, blending and product market quality requirements. An introduction to international oil pricing and the use of paper instruments for handling risk management. Recourse to the knowledge and experience of a world-class faculty and visiting lecturers; and the opportunity to interact and work together with other delegates from a large range of organisations and cultures.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Introduction to Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Houston, TX

Monday, September 10, 2018 - Tuesday, September 11, 2018

This two-day course provides an overview of energy derivatives and physical markets as well as the main instruments traded in those markets. We will explore the main differences between physical and paper transactions as well as the pros and cons of exchange-traded vs. OTC products. We will show how to trade and understand the use of futures, forwards and swaps to mitigate market risk. The course will also provide an overview of option contracts and hedging and speculation strategies using options and simple structures. This applied course will also cover strategic and tactical issues for alternative hedging strategies used by producers and end-users. We also review the relevant accounting rules for valuation and hedge accounting such as IAS 39/IFRS9.

The topics covered in DPH1 and DPH2 can assist delegates preparing for GARP’s Energy Risk Professional (ERP) exam.

Recommended preparation courses: Fundamentals of Futures, Fundamentals of Options, Front to Back Office: Trading Controls and Best Practices

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

LPG - Supply, Economics, Markets and International Trading

London, UK

Monday, September 10, 2018 - Wednesday, September 12, 2018

LPG: The valuable by-product, a fuel with a wide range of end uses and petrochemical feedstock. This course provides an intensive, wide-ranging knowledge- based decision support workshop for business professionals operating in the world of LPG. The course is heavily case study oriented with opportunities to work on value chains through alternative business strategies and disposal options, assessing market values, shipping economics and a trading simulation game. This is a decision support workshop bringing together issues critical to today's LPG supply chain. It is held in association with Richardson Lawrie Associates Ltd with a highly qualified team of presenters

Please note: a laptop and up-to-date version of Office would be an advantage in order to engage in market data; however it is not essential.

What you will learn: Market fundamentals - where does LPG sit within the oil and gas sector Price determinants - do chemicals still provide the price floor? The effect of new supply sources and pricing structures on international trade Trading methods, contractual practices Shipping contracts and economics - where does it fit and what influences rate developments

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, September 10, 2018 - Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations is a two-day instructor-led course presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This course provides an introduction to the trading of physical crude oil. Delegates will gain an understanding of the knowledge possessed by a physical crude oil trader and the steps involved in negotiating a physical crude oil transaction. In addition, delegates will be given an overview of crude oil quality, vessel and pipeline transportation, and the terminology associated with this facet of the petroleum industry. Energy futures contracts and over the counter instruments are also covered in this course offering. There are periodic quizzes and a trading game in the course, and these reinforce the course material.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - Thursday, September 13, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Intermediate Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Houston, TX

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - Thursday, September 13, 2018

The course covers advanced instruments for basis risk management such as basis swaps and options and the use of correlation and regression to identify and measure basis risks. Case studies show to hedge in illiquid markets using proxy hedges.

The use of option strategies, exotic options and structured products is shown in an applied context, with emphasis on pros and cons vs. other hedging instruments. A new module covers how to perform Profit and Loss Attribution for Linear and Non-Linear Derivatives, includes several case studies. The main option “Greeks’ (Delta, Gamma, Vega and Theta) are presented using practical exercises.

The course also provides an overview of energy price behavior, and applied probability and statistics using Excel exercises with hands-on calculations. After introducing the building blocks of risk analysis, we estimate volatilities, correlations and calculate Value at Risk and other risk metrics.

The course concludes by providing in-depth applications of market risk management of energy portfolios, with particular emphasis on VaR, Stress Tests and Backtesting. Delegates conduct hands-on calculations for variance- covariance, Monte Carlo and Historical Simulation VaR for energy portfolios.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

ICSD 2018 : 6th International Conference on Sustainable Development, 12 - 13 September 2018 Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 9:00 AM - Wednesday, September 12, 2018 7:45 PM

European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with CIT University will organize the 6th ICSD 2018 Rome, Italy in the days:Wednesday 12 to Thursday 13 September,2018

The 6th ICSD 2018.will be an excellent opportunity to share your ideas and research findings relevant to the Sustainability Science,through the European network of academics Papers will be published in EJSD Journal(Thompson Reuters) and Proceedings.

The Conference theme is: "Creating a unified foundation for the Sustainable Development: research, practice and education".

Read more: https://ecsdev.org/index.php/conference

Contact:    Diamantina Allushaj
conference@ecsdev.org
+39 0692933214

For more information, click here.

Coal Association of Canada National Conference, Vancouver 2018

Westin Bayshore Vancouver, 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver, V6G 2V4, Canada

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 3:00 PM - Friday, September 14, 2018 2:00 PM

With a theme centred on Canada's Coal Industry: Driving Global Growth, the CAC conference is where the Canadian and international coal industry gathers each year. Industry leaders and experts offer delegates insights into the Canadian and international coal industry. Stay ahead of the curve by learning about the latest developments and trends in the coal industry and make business connections that will last long after the conference is over.

In addition to our first-class presentations and panels, our social and networking events give delegates a chance to get re-acquainted with industry colleagues and forge new relationships throughout the duration of the conference.

We are pleased to be partnered with the Western Canadian Coal Society for this year's technical program taking place on Wednesday, September 12th. Hear from the industry's technical experts on a variety of topics.

We have scheduled numerous networking opportunities, including the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, September 12th and our annual presentation of the 2018 Coal Association of Canada's Award of Distinction at the Awards Reception on Thursday, September 13. These events are not to be missed!

It's clear, the return on investment is solid and the value can't be matched. Delegates leave with insight and connections that can be put to work in their business right away.

Who attends the conference?

The conference attracts a diverse group of delegates from across Canada and around the world representing the broad spectrum of the coal industry. Here is just a sample of some of the groups represented at our conference each year:

- coal companies (exploration, development and production)

- coal transporters (rail and trucking)

- ports and terminals

- equipment manufacturers

- suppliers of goods and services

- Canadian governments (federal, provincial and municipal)

For sponsorship enquiries, please contact the Coal Association of Canada or see our conference website at www.coal2018.ca!

URL:

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/214420-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Full Conference Registration - Non-Member: CAD 1350.0

Full Conference Registration - Member: CAD 1150.0

Single Day - Non-Member: CAD 600.0

Single Day - Member: CAD 500.0

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Mining

Contact:    Coal Association of Canada
info@coal.ca
17807579488

For more information, click here.

10th Argus Americas Crude Summit

Hilton Americas, 1600 Lamar Street, Houston, 77010, United States

Thursday, September 13, 2018 7:00 AM - Saturday, September 15, 2018 1:00 PM

The Argus Americas Crude Summit will bring you unmatched insight on the future of the global crude markets and networking with senior executives from across the entire crude supply chain including oil majors, refiners, midstream and infrastructure organizations, financial institutions and many others.

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Oil and Gas

Prices:

Pre-Registration Discount (Now-October 27th): USD 1695.00

Early Registration Discount (October 28th-December 15th): USD 1995.00

Standard Registration (After December 15th): USD 2295.00

Onsite Registration: USD 2495.00

Industry Dinner: USD 185.00

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/136463-0

Contact:    Umer Qureshi
umer.qureshi@argusmedia.com
7139680000

For more information, click here.

Credit, Liquidity and Counterparty Risk Management in Energy Trading

Houston, TX

Friday, September 14, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of credit, liquidity and counterparty risk management in energy trading.

We will explore how to identify, quantify and mitigate credit and counterparty risk from derivatives and long term contracts. Case studies will illustrate the interaction of market, credit and funding liquidity risk with numerous examples from energy market participants. The course will also cover the critical components to establish sound liquidity and credit risk management policies and procedures.

Delegates will conduct hands-on exercises to implement credit and liquidity risk metrics such as Potential Future Collateral (PFC) and counterparty potential future exposure (PFE), as well as Credit Valuation Adjustments (CVA) in fair value calculations.

The course will also introduce applications of various counterparty risk mitigation tools such ISDA agreements, with emphasis on the Credit Support Annex (CSA) and collateral implications. Netting, guarantees, and credit derivatives will also be covered.

This highly interactive workshop uses up-to-date practical case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce and consolidate the concepts presented in the lectures.

Objectives:

Explore the various dimensions of liquidity and counterparty risk in the energy sector Understand key netting and collateral clauses in ISDA agreements How to perform Counterparty Valuation Adjustments (CVA) for energy derivatives Use of credit mitigation tools such as netting, collateral and credit derivatives in the energy sector Learn how to structure an internal rating system for derivatives counterparties Become familiar with simulation-based approaches to calculate potential future collateral (PFC), potential future exposure (PFE) and other risk metrics using Excel Understand how to set up a limit structure based on Current Exposures as well as Potential future exposures against various counterparties How to aggregate counterparty exposures using netting and collateral terms to provide a single unified view Set up effective credit and liquidity risk management policies and procedures for credit risk management including reserves and credit risk charges. Learn how ratings, indicators, and bond and CDS spreads price default risk Understand the impact of new OTC Derivatives regulations on liquidity and counterparty risk

Recent Updates and Case Studies:

Impact of European regulations on credit and liquidity risk: EMIR, REMIT and MiFID II Analysis of OW Bunker and Dynamic Oil Trading (Singapore) bankruptcy Credit default swap and bond market assessment of Glencore bankruptcy risk Defaults by oil and gas E&P firms and shipping companies in 2015 Credit Valuation Adjustments by leading energy firms

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

Singapore, Singapore

Friday, September 14, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

International Oil Trading – A Practical Approach to the Legal Issues for Successful Management of Claims and Disputes

London, UK

Monday, September 17, 2018 - Thursday, September 20, 2018

This course covers areas of dispute that may arise in the performance of international shipping and trading contracts. Using a mixture of current practice supported by legal interpretation and precedent, delegates will learn to avoid many of the pitfalls that may occur. Real case studies and exercises will provide hands-on experience to enable delegates to draft, interpret and operate oil trading contracts to minimise the risk of dispute. An on-going case study will simulate events taking place in an arbitration.

What you will learn: How to draft and interpret an oil contract and charter party terms How to review and amend documents and letters of credit and documents How to understand the responsibilities involved in contract performance/nomination How to identify and react to a breach of contract How to assess and present quantity and quality claims How to assess and present demurrage claims How insurance is affected ? the need to mitigate How to manage and successfully resolve disputes

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Monday, September 17, 2018 - Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations is a two-day instructor-led course presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This course provides an introduction to the trading of physical crude oil. Delegates will gain an understanding of the knowledge possessed by a physical crude oil trader and the steps involved in negotiating a physical crude oil transaction. In addition, delegates will be given an overview of crude oil quality, vessel and pipeline transportation, and the terminology associated with this facet of the petroleum industry. Energy futures contracts and over the counter instruments are also covered in this course offering. There are periodic quizzes and a trading game in the course, and these reinforce the course material.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

ECWATECH-2018

Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 10:00 AM - Thursday, September 27, 2018 5:00 PM

Ecwatech is the leading exhibition & forum in water and wastewater industry in Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe.

It showcases all the range of equipment and services for rational utilization, recovery and protection of water resources, water conditioning, industry and public water supply, wastewater treatment, construction and operation of pipeline systems, water bottling and other water industry issues.

Ecwatech is a comprehensive professional event which unites an impressive industry exhibition showcasing advanced technology as well as a high representative business congress for discussing industry challenges.

2016 essentials: 10 069 visitors and 474 exhibitors, including 158 international, 27 countries; 161 first time exhibitors; 6 national pavilions;10 272 sq. m (net); 10 071 visitors; 1689 supporting events delegates.

Products & Services: - chemicals and other substances for wastewater treatment - control and measuring devices, automation - emergency prevention and localization - engineering and consulting - ground water prospecting and extraction - materials, machinery, mechanisms and equipment for construction, repair and operation - networks - other services for water sector - profile public media - water amelioration - water bottling and bottled waters - water disposal - water monitoring - water quality control - water resources protection, conservation and management - water shows, forums, exhibitions - water supply - waterworks

Show Areas: - NO-DIG Moscow: trenchless technologies of construction and repair of engineering communications - CityPipe : piping systems for municipal infrastructure: construction, diagnostics, repair and operation - BW Show: water bottling

Price Shell scheme: EUR 275 Raw space: EUR 230

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Water

Contact:    Olga Martynova
martynova@ecwatech.ru
+7(495)2255986

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

London, UK

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Thursday, September 27, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

RPG 2018 – Renewable Power Generation

DTU, Lyngby, Copenhagen, Denmark

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - Thursday, September 27, 2018

Present your new Renewable Power Generation research in Denmark, a country at the forefront of renewables engineering. Located in one of the world’s leading renewables research centres, we can promise you a conference like no other!

Conference location

RPG 2018 is an exciting opportunity to present your new research in a location that is leading the way in global renewable power.

The Center for Electric Power and Energy (CEE) at DTU is a leading research centre in integration of renewables into power systems. CEE manages the world class experiment platform for research and development of renewables integration – PowerLabDK.

Why submit a paper?

Successful authors receive a presentation slot in the conference programme, and the chance to get your name and ideas in front of the 200 renewable power engineers expected to attend. There are also substantial publication benefits on offer, including:

• Publication in the conference proceedings and the IET Digital Library • Indexed on IET Inspec • Submitted to IEEE Xplore and Ei Compendex

The best conference papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work for a Special Issue of the IET Renewable Power Generation Journal.

Key themes of the conference

• Wind technology • PV systems technology • Other renewable energy sources • Grid integration • IT and automation integration • Market integration • Alternative ways for integration

Visit www.theiet.org/rpg to see the full technical scope and submit your abstract by 8 December 2017.

Contact:    Frederick Kwesi
fkwesi@theiet.org
+44 (0) 1438 761 430

For more information, click here.

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Aviation Fuels: Supply, Trading and Risk Management

London, UK

Monday, October 1, 2018 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018

This three-day workshop provides an overview of the supply, trading and risk management of the aviation fuels market. The course covers the key building blocks of knowledge for anyone needing to understand the jet fuel and aviation gasoline markets. Topics explored include the basics of aviation fuel production and refining processes, aviation fuels quality and specifications, market fundamentals of supply and demand, jet fuel trading, pricing mechanisms and the management of price risk. Delegates will get the chance to participate in industry case studies and trading and hedging simulations.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

International Gas Contracts - Commercial Factors and Negotiations

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 1, 2018 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018

This three-day course will give you a deeper understanding of the contractual issues as well as risks and how to mitigate them. It will also help to reduce the time (and money) spent on negotiations. The main focus of the course will be on large pipeline international sales and purchase agreements but it will also include their relationship to other contracts in the pipeline gas chain. In particular, it will consider how the risks and contractual provisions change as the contracting parties change along the gas chain from gas field to end-users such as electric power generators, chemical and fertilizer plant.

Using a case study, participants will be able to practice their negotiation skills and knowledge gained from the course as well as test their understanding of the contractual issues involved.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Principles of Tanker Ownership, Chartering, Operations, Laytime and Demurrage

London, UK

Monday, October 1, 2018 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Making sound business decisions concerning tanker ownership, chartering, operations and coverage strategies demands a good understanding of key issues and their potential impact. This basic course covers the crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals and gas transportation sectors. This course also examines the important economic, financial, contractual, environmental and legislative issues when evaluating contract options, chartering and investment strategies, logistics and operating tactics.

This course will also provide practical understanding and instruction in the complexities of laytime and demurrage and in so doing, de-mystify them. Emphasis is placed on how to avoid potential problems from the outset, how to limit risk and exposure and ultimately save money through the efficient handling of claims and avoidance of costly legal proceedings. The course highlights differences between major charter parties and the problems encountered between shipping and oil sales contracts.

Case studies and practical sessions provide delegates with hands-on experience of decision making in this area. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required. This is a three day course.

What you will learn: To understand key issues facing players in today’s energy shipping markets To use worldscale, calculate freight costs, undertake voyage estimate, and time charter conversions To understand the dynamics of the tanker chartering, sale and purchase markets, how to analyze the trends and assess investment risk, as well as how tankers are financed The characteristics and driving forces that determine developments in the specialist gas and chemicals carrier markets Factors determining oil company transportation coverage strategies and tanker owners’ chartering policies To appreciate the important insights into how technical factors and the increasingly stringent rules governing vessel operations, safety and pollution prevention impact commercial decisions The essential elements of a voyage charter party and the differences in owners’ and charters’ obligations under different forms of charter The process of tanker chartering and the role of the broker How the bunker fuel markets work and how bunkering strategies can be developed To identify important insights in the commercial and technical management of a tanker fleet Clear understanding of all of the contractual terms and clauses relating to laytime and demurrage How the same issues may be handled differently between the main charter parties (for example, ASBATankvoy, Shellvoy, Bpvoy) How to calculate used laytime and demurrage incurred The experience of working with a group of energy and shipping industry executives, having a range of experiences, from a variety of organizations around the world

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course your employees will be able to:

Evaluate the options available for oil, LPG and bulk liquid chemicals transportation Calculate shipping requirements Estimate freight rates for potential business Develop coverage strategies to minimize risks and exploit opportunities in the liquid bulk shipping markets Participate in the preparation for, and the conduct of, charter party negotiations Understand the commercial risks associated with laytime and demurrage in shipping charter parties and oil sales/supply agreements and the problems of ensuring compatibility between the two contracts Clarify some of the most important issues surrounding laytime and demurrage Help improve the efficiency and speed of claims handling to the benefit of the parties concerned

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Miami, Florida

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - Thursday, October 4, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Intermediate Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, October 8, 2018 - Tuesday, October 9, 2018

The course covers advanced instruments for basis risk management such as basis swaps and options and the use of correlation and regression to identify and measure basis risks. Case studies show to hedge in illiquid markets using proxy hedges.

The use of option strategies, exotic options and structured products is shown in an applied context, with emphasis on pros and cons vs. other hedging instruments. A new module covers how to perform Profit and Loss Attribution for Linear and Non-Linear Derivatives, includes several case studies. The main option “Greeks’ (Delta, Gamma, Vega and Theta) are presented using practical exercises.

The course also provides an overview of energy price behavior, and applied probability and statistics using Excel exercises with hands-on calculations. After introducing the building blocks of risk analysis, we estimate volatilities, correlations and calculate Value at Risk and other risk metrics.

The course concludes by providing in-depth applications of market risk management of energy portfolios, with particular emphasis on VaR, Stress Tests and Backtesting. Delegates conduct hands-on calculations for variance- covariance, Monte Carlo and Historical Simulation VaR for energy portfolios.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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International Oil Trading and Pricing

London, UK

Monday, October 8, 2018 - Thursday, October 11, 2018

This course covers the basic principles of oil trading and the markets. Through a variety of specific exercises, delegates will learn the techniques involved in trading and how to address day-to-day problems.

The course focuses on the key markets, pricing and the mechanisms involved in trading. Aspects of the various exposures encountered in trading are covered together with hedging and price risk management techniques. Syndicate exercises will address each skill required. Over the course, syndicate groups will manage their own company positions in live trading situations.

It is recommended that delegates should have attended "International Oil Supply, Transportation, Refining and Trading" (SP1) or have working knowledge of all of the subjects covered in that course.

What you will learn: Comprehend the Brent Market and its influence on international pricing Position management with hedging tools The structure of purchase/sales contracts including exposures and transaction costs Price risk management Developing successful trading strategies The use of trading instruments to capture the market Use of Freight Forwards to manage freight risk Working the arbitrage Trading structured positions and live markets

Manager’s Return on Investment: Upon completion of this course your employees will understand:

A full understanding of the international oil markets, the market drivers and principal players, and the factors in price formation for crude and products. Knowledge of a full range of trading techniques; in depth understanding of price exposure and the various instruments which can be used for dealing with price, credit and shipping risk. The opportunity for practical application of the knowledge gained through specially designed exercises, and trading on the live markets. A detailed appreciation of contract terms and conditions, together with the opportunity to negotiate and work with other delegates from a large range of organisations and cultures. Recourse to the knowledge and experience of a world-class faculty and visiting lecturers.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Tanker Ownership and Chartering - Advanced Strategies and Risk Management

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 8, 2018 - Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Building on the knowledge gained in "Tanker Ownership, Chartering and Operations" (TD2), this three-day course offers delegates a more in-depth exploration of contracts and pricing issues surrounding the tanker industry. The course focuses on the implementation of tactics and practical strategies for enhancing commercial returns and business performance in tanker transportation - both from charterers' and owners' perspectives. It looks at how commercial risks may be hedged using freight futures or by entering into period charter agreements. Negotiating techniques and the key elements of contracts of affreightment are examined and discussed. A legal workshop provides a series of case studies designed to highlight some of the more common events impacting on commercial operations.

The course also looks at how companies have looked to improve their competitive positions through benchmarking and the development of tanker pools. In a high oil price environment, delegates learn how to improve voyage economics through optimising bunkering strategies.

The course emphasises sound commercial practice, drawing on the working knowledge and experience of the various industry speakers. Case studies and practical sessions provide delegates with hands-on experience of decision making in this area. While not essential it would be preferable for participants to have already attended "Tanker Ownership, Chartering and Operations" (TD2).

Presented in association with Richardson Lawrie Associates (RLA) - a maritime economics and business consulting firm with an extensive global practice in oil, gas and chemicals transportation. Together with Mennta Energy Solutions, RLA has been presenting training programmes for many years around the world.

There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required.

Please note: a laptop and up-to-date version of Office would be an advantage in order to engage in market data; however it is not essential.

What you will learn: Understanding of the key issues facing players in today’s oil tanker markets and how companies are responding Risk management through the futures and period charter markets Successful contract negotiating Strategies for improving operating returns Some key decisions from cases in maritime law

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Advanced Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - Thursday, October 11, 2018

This highly applied and practical course is designed for energy risk practitioners interested in enhancing their knowledge of best practices in valuation, hedging and risk management of derivatives portfolios.

Delegates are introduced to the most commonly used derivatives pricing models in energy trading organizations such as closed-form solutions and Monte Carlo simulation. The main price processes for energy risk analysis such as Geometric Brownian Motion and Mean-reverting models are illustrated with pricing and risk analysis examples.

The course builds on the concepts introduced in DPH1 and DPH2 and explores advanced strategies used to price, hedge and manage the risk of derivatives in leading energy trading organizations. Delegates learn about the practical applications of the models and strategies from the point of view of users of those models, not the quantitative developers.

Advanced market risk management topics such as marginal VaR analysis, backtesting VaR models and Extreme Value Theory (EVT) as well as risk risk metrics such as Earnings at Risk (EaR), Cash Flow at Risk (CFaR) and Economic Capital are covered with practical examples. Several case studies illustrate how to set an effective system of risk limits and risk-adjusted performance measurement.

DPH3 also covers best practices in counterparty risk management. Metrics such as Potential Future Exposure (PFE) and Credit Valuation Adjustments (CVA) are introduced in the context of contract valuation and risk charges.

This highly interactive workshop uses current case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce the concepts presented in the lectures.

Recommended prerequisites: DPH1, DPH2

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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International Gas Contracts - Commercial Factors and Negotiations

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - Friday, October 12, 2018

This three-day course will give you a deeper understanding of the contractual issues as well as risks and how to mitigate them. It will also help to reduce the time (and money) spent on negotiations. The main focus of the course will be on large pipeline international sales and purchase agreements but it will also include their relationship to other contracts in the pipeline gas chain. In particular, it will consider how the risks and contractual provisions change as the contracting parties change along the gas chain from gas field to end-users such as electric power generators, chemical and fertilizer plant.

Using a case study, participants will be able to practice their negotiation skills and knowledge gained from the course as well as test their understanding of the contractual issues involved.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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LME 3-day Introductory Course

TBC, London, SE1 7PB, United Kingdom

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 9:00 AM - Friday, October 12, 2018 5:00 PM

This 3-day introductory course is designed to help you understand how the London Metal Exchange operates. You will start off by learning how these services can add value to your business before covering the procedures and terminology of physical trading. We will finish off by ensuring you walk away with a good knowledge of non- ferrous metals futures and metals options and the management of price risk on the LME.

This course is ideal for: - miners - producers - smelters - refiners and recyclers - brokers - bankers - financiers - treasurers - CFOs - controllers and financial risk advisors - traders and merchants - fabricators and end users

Price: 3 day: GBP 1800

Category: Exhibitions | Business & Economics | Metal & Minerals

Artists / Speakers: Emma Jenkins

Contact:    Customer Service
customerservice@euromoneylearningsolutions.com
02077798543

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Credit, Liquidity and Counterparty Risk Management in Energy Trading

Singapore, Singapore

Friday, October 12, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of credit, liquidity and counterparty risk management in energy trading.

We will explore how to identify, quantify and mitigate credit and counterparty risk from derivatives and long term contracts. Case studies will illustrate the interaction of market, credit and funding liquidity risk with numerous examples from energy market participants. The course will also cover the critical components to establish sound liquidity and credit risk management policies and procedures.

Delegates will conduct hands-on exercises to implement credit and liquidity risk metrics such as Potential Future Collateral (PFC) and counterparty potential future exposure (PFE), as well as Credit Valuation Adjustments (CVA) in fair value calculations.

The course will also introduce applications of various counterparty risk mitigation tools such ISDA agreements, with emphasis on the Credit Support Annex (CSA) and collateral implications. Netting, guarantees, and credit derivatives will also be covered.

This highly interactive workshop uses up-to-date practical case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce and consolidate the concepts presented in the lectures.

Objectives:

Explore the various dimensions of liquidity and counterparty risk in the energy sector Understand key netting and collateral clauses in ISDA agreements How to perform Counterparty Valuation Adjustments (CVA) for energy derivatives Use of credit mitigation tools such as netting, collateral and credit derivatives in the energy sector Learn how to structure an internal rating system for derivatives counterparties Become familiar with simulation-based approaches to calculate potential future collateral (PFC), potential future exposure (PFE) and other risk metrics using Excel Understand how to set up a limit structure based on Current Exposures as well as Potential future exposures against various counterparties How to aggregate counterparty exposures using netting and collateral terms to provide a single unified view Set up effective credit and liquidity risk management policies and procedures for credit risk management including reserves and credit risk charges. Learn how ratings, indicators, and bond and CDS spreads price default risk Understand the impact of new OTC Derivatives regulations on liquidity and counterparty risk

Recent Updates and Case Studies: Impact of European regulations on credit and liquidity risk: EMIR, REMIT and MiFID II Analysis of OW Bunker and Dynamic Oil Trading (Singapore) bankruptcy Credit default swap and bond market assessment of Glencore bankruptcy risk Defaults by oil and gas E&P firms and shipping companies in 2015 Credit Valuation Adjustments by leading energy firms

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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SEG 88th Annual Meeting

Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA, 92802, United States

Sunday, October 14, 2018 8:00 PM - Friday, October 19, 2018 11:00 PM

SEG's 2018 Annual Meeting will be hosted in Anaheim, Ca. For information on exhibiting visit: http://seg.org/Annual- Meeting-2017/Exhibit/Exhibit-at-SEG-Anaheim-2018

Price Registration passes: USD 0

Contact:    SEG Events
meetings@seg.org
19184975500

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The Society of Exploration Geophysicists 88th Annual Meeting

Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA 92802, United States

Sunday, October 14, 2018 8:00 PM - Friday, October 19, 2018 11:00 PM

Society of Exploration Geophysicists is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing high-quality educational, networking, and professional development resources to 27,000+ members globally.

Geoscientists from more than 70 countries across the globe will connect in Anaheim to discuss the common threads of geophysics shared among numerous disciplines, including unconventionals, high-performance computing, near surface, seismicity, geohazards, deep water, Circum-Pacific, and more. SEG 2018 is your must-attend information exchange and networking event!

SEG's 2018 Annual Meeting will be hosted in Anaheim, Ca. For information on exhibiting visit: http://seg.org/Annual-Meeting-2017/Exhibit/Exhibit-at-SEG-Anaheim-2018

Price
Registration passes: 0

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Geology
Sub-Categories: Conferences | Energy & Environment

Contact:    SEG Events
meetings@seg.org
1 (918) 497-5500

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European Gas and Power Trading

London, UK

Monday, October 15, 2018 - Wednesday, October 17, 2018

This three-day, highly interactive, workshop is designed to provide an introductory overview of the way natural gas and electricity are traded within Europe. Delegates will learn the general principles of how gas and power markets work and how trading is carried out in the various different types of market – spot and forward, exchange-based and OTC. They will also get an idea of what a trader's job involves through competitive team trading simulations and other hands-on exercises that focus on different aspects of trading and risk management.

Topics explored include:

Basic trading concepts Fundamentals of gas Power and emissions markets Market analysis Gas and power trading instruments Trading strategies including arbitrage and the use of gas storage Mechanics of trading on exchanges, in auctions and through bilateral contracts Principles of risk measurement, management and hedging

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimised.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations

Houston, TX

Monday, October 15, 2018 - Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Overview of Physical Crude Oil Trading and Operations is a two-day instructor-led course presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This course provides an introduction to the trading of physical crude oil. Delegates will gain an understanding of the knowledge possessed by a physical crude oil trader and the steps involved in negotiating a physical crude oil transaction. In addition, delegates will be given an overview of crude oil quality, vessel and pipeline transportation, and the terminology associated with this facet of the petroleum industry. Energy futures contracts and over the counter instruments are also covered in this course offering. There are periodic quizzes and a trading game in the course, and these reinforce the course material.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Overview of the LNG Value Chain

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, October 15, 2018 - Wednesday, October 17, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the LNG value chain from upstream supply, liquefaction, shipping and regasification of LNG into downstream markets. The course is designed for new entrants to the LNG business or for those with some knowledge of the business wishing to broaden their understanding of the complete value chain. Those without prior knowledge of the LNG business may wish to familiarise themselves through the pre-study web based course.

After learning the fundamentals about LNG, the course covers the liquefaction process and LNG plants, shipping and regasification terminals with a focus on what happens along the value chain. This is followed by an understanding of the commercial issues affecting LNG projects, the players and the various drivers affecting the development of LNG projects. Key aspects such as project development, timescales and the range of Agreements and their integration will be covered. The course then moves on to the global LNG supply sources, markets and trading and the factors affecting the growth of the LNG business.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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The Petrochemicals Market: Conquering Commercial and Technical Challenges

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 15, 2018 - Tuesday, October 16, 2018

The course begins with an overview of the Petrochemical Industry and progresses to a detailed examination of the key elements involved in petrochemical markets, production and processes. Aspects of sustainability, environmental impact and future industry direction and developments will also be explored. Special topics will be addressed including a case study on a global petrochemical market and an overview of industrial catalysts used in petrochemistry. Upon completion of this program the participants will have a better understanding of the commercial, economic and technical aspects of the petrochemicals markets, and the most important and relevant process chemistry that is integral to this industry.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference

Holiday Inn Sokolniki, 24 Rusakovskaya St., Moscow, 107014, Russia

Monday, October 15, 2018 8:00 AM - Wednesday, October 17, 2018 6:00 PM

The SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference, one of the largest Russian oil and gas events, is known for bringing together global industry leaders, including experts from operating and service companies, universities, and research institutes, as well as young professionals, and students. Since its inception in 2006, the SPE Russian Petroleum Technical Conference has grown in strength. The event is gaining significance among industry professionals through the unique opportunity it provides to exchange experiences and ideas in a non-profit, non-competitive environment, and to establish business contacts with regional and international colleagues.

URL:

Website: https://go.evvnt.com/208723-1?pid=1567

Prices:

SPE Nonmember (subject to change): RUB 44250,

SPE Member (subject to change): RUB 38940

Category: Conferences, Energy and Environment, Oil and Gas.

Contact:    Events Team
mberezinskaya@spe.org
79263294551

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Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Houston, TX

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - Thursday, October 18, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module: This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

Houston, TX

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - Thursday, October 18, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Avere E-Mobility Conference 2018, Brussels

Square Brussels Meetings Center, rue Monts de Arts, Brussels, 1000, Belgium

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, October 18, 2018 4:30 PM

On October 17 and 18, Brussels will host the Avere E-mobility Conference 2018, which will present the current state of affairs in the field of Electromobility, as well as a perspective on the future including policy making and industrial and scientific developments.

The conferences and presentations will be inspirational, demonstrating best practices and visionary approaches by countries, cities and companies.

Science, business and government are working together at every level - to accelerate the growth of electric drive and to capitalise on its economic opportunities.

During the AEC conference, we will develop a shared vision of a European future for e-mobility.

For sponsorship/exhibition opportunites please get in touch.

URL: Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/178902-1?pid=1567

Prices: Participation starts from: EUR 420 NGO's starts from: EUR 275 Students starts from: EUR 275

Speakers: Bert Witkamp - Project Manager EAFO - AVERE, Christina Bu - Secretary General Norwegian EV Association, Dorothee Coucharriere- International Public Affairs Director - Blue Solutions Bollore, Franck Rieck - MSc, Reasearch Professor, Future Mobility, Rotterdam University, Greg Archer - Director Clean Vehicles Transport And Environment, Dr. Jan Tytgat - Director Government Affairs EU-Benelux, Prof. Joeri Van Mierlo - Head of MOBI-VUB, Dr. Lorenzo Grande - Technology Analyst, Rami Syvari - Head of International Sales And Business Development Fortum Charge And Drive, Maros Sefcovic - Vice-President EU Commission

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment

Contact:    Stefania Tomasso
aec-conference@aimgroup.eu
003227228233

For more information, click here.

Avere E-Mobility Conference 2018, Brussels

Square Brussels Meetings Center, rue Monts de Arts, Brussels, 1000, Belgium

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 8:30 AM - Thursday, October 18, 2018 4:30 PM

On October 17 and 18, Brussels will host the Avere E- mobility Conference 2018, which will present the current state of affairs in the field of Electromobility, as well as a perspective on the future including policy making and industrial and scientific developments.

The conferences and presentations will be inspirational, demonstrating best practices and visionary approaches by countries, cities and companies.

Science, business and government are working together at every level - to accelerate the growth of electric drive and to capitalise on its economic opportunities.

During the AEC conference, we will develop a shared vision of a European future for e-mobility.

For sponsorship/exhibition opportunities please get in touch.

Prices: Participation starts from: EUR 420 NGO's starts from: EUR 275 Students starts from: EUR 275

Tickets https://go.evvnt.com/178902-1?pid=1567

Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment

Speakers: Bert Witkamp - Project Manager EAFO - AVERE, Christina Bu - Secretary General Norwegian EV Association, Dorothee Coucharriere- International Public Affairs Director - Blue Solutions Bollore, Franck Rieck - MSc, Reasearch Professor, Future Mobility, Rotterdam University, Greg Archer - Director Clean Vehicles Transport And Environment, Dr. Jan Tytgat - Director Government Affairs EU-Benelux, Prof. Joeri Van Mierlo - Head of MOBI-VUB, Dr. Lorenzo Grande - Technology Analyst, Rami Syvari - Head of International Sales And Business Development Fortum Charge And Drive, Maros Sefcovic - Vice-President EU Commission

Contact:    Stefania Tomasso
aec-conference@aimgroup.eu
003227228233

For more information, click here.

LNG Contracts Across the Value Chain

Singapore, Singapore

Thursday, October 18, 2018 - Friday, October 19, 2018

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the LNG contracts from upstream supply, liquefaction, shipping and regasification of LNG. The course is designed for LNG professionals involved in commercial, business development and other activities requiring an in depth knowledge of LNG Agreements. The focus is on the integrated nature of the LNG value chain and the implications for the various contractual arrangements.

What Will You Learn?

What is involved in developing an LNG project The LNG value chain and the investments required The processes involved in the value chain and their commercial impact The different technologies and their commercial impact How a regasification terminal operates How an LNG project is developed Commercial issues impacting LNG projects across the value chain The main Agreements in an LNG project and how they are structured and progressed In depth analysis of the main agreements (GSA/gas transportation/LNG SPA) The main Shipping/Charter Agreements and their implications LNG receiving terminal arrangements The economic impact of the commercial terms in the main agreements Financing structures and lender requirements A global view of LNG supplies by region Where the key LNG markets are and their characteristics How LNG is priced and regional differences The specialised nature of LNG trading The differences between trading oil and LNG Short term vs long term trading Future trends in LNG

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

Houston, TX

Friday, October 19, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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North American Natural Gas Physical & Financial Fundamentals

New York City, New York

Monday, October 22, 2018 - Tuesday, October 23, 2018

This two-day course is designed to introduce delegates to the functionality of the natural gas industry, transportation, storage, trading and hedging. Discussion includes physical natural gas beginning with exploration and concluding with the delivery to the burner-tip. It will provide an understanding of the role of pipelines in the natural gas industry and a broad insight to the dynamics that impact the economic decisions facing industry participants. It covers the physical aspects of commodity markets and natural gas as a commodity, discusses the influence of shale gas, defines trading and hedging, presents the main types of contracts for natural gas trading and hedging, defines and discusses natural gas volatility, gives examples of primary types of natural gas trading, and discusses integrated portfolio management for hedging and trading.

Delegates will interact with the material through a series of group quizzes and simulations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive an online voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Downstream Sales & Marketing

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 22, 2018 - Wednesday, October 24, 2018

This three-day course provides an overview of the sales and marketing of downstream oil products to end user customers (consumers – B2C markets and businesses – B2B markets). There are real opportunities for oil marketers to grow their businesses and profits. But, in a highly competitive environment, the marketers who succeed will be those who really understand their customers and markets and then act strategically.

The course will enable delegates to create a differentiated marketing strategy that is appropriate for their respective businesses. It will provide practical tools and ideas to help implement strategy as well as build profitable business from selling refined oil products (covering the full range of transportation fuels, industrial fuels, lubricants and bitumen).

By means of a range of presentations, case studies, exercises and discussions, delegates will consider practical issues and learn how to develop their own marketing strategies and tactics to add value to their organisations. No previous experience of sales and marketing is required or assumed.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Introduction to Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Monday, October 22, 2018 - Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Introduction to Derivatives Markets, Hedging, and Risk Management is a two-day instructor-led program presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This training course provides an overview of energy derivatives and physical markets as well as the main instruments traded in those markets. We will explore the main differences between physical and paper transactions as well as the pros and cons of exchange-traded vs. OTC products. We will show delegates how to trade and understand the use of futures, forwards and swaps to mitigate market risk. The course will also provide an overview of option contracts and hedging and speculation strategies using options and simple structures. This applied course will also cover strategic and tactical issues for alternative hedging strategies used by producers and end-users. We also review the relevant accounting rules for valuation and hedge accounting such as IAS 39/IFRS9.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Realising the Potential of Natural Gas: A Guide to the Markets and Utilisation

Dubai, UAE

Monday, October 22, 2018 - Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Over the span of three days, this compelling course will provide an introduction to the development of natural gas resources as well as spotlight the challenges and opportunities involved in bringing the world’s fastest growing fossil fuel from reservoir to consumer. Currently, low energy prices worldwide are challenging the natural gas industry’s best and brightest participants to extract the maximum value from their resources through ‘monetising every molecule’ and avoiding stranded gas. This course will put you on the path to success by providing the foundational insight to assess and optimise project development options. Then we will focus on what practical considerations must be taken into account to find, develop and monetise natural gas resources by a variety of methods including:

Pipelines Gas to power LNG GTL Gas-based petrochemicals

Through a series of real-life case studies and interactive team exercises, attendees will be immersed in the material to ensure comprehension. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

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Global Engineering Congress London October 2018

Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA, United Kingdom

Monday, October 22, 2018 9:00 AM - Friday, October 26, 2018 5:00 PM

In October 2018, the World Federation of Engineering Organisations and ICE will hold the first Global Engineering Congress, an ambitious effort to agree a worldwide response to deliver the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

The world urgently needs to take action on climate change, and engineers have a vital role to play delivering clean water, sustainable energy and a connected world.

The congress represents a unique gathering of the worldwide community, led by ICE, the World Federation of Engineering Organisations, American Society of Civil Engineers, Canadian Society of Civil Engineers and the European Council of Civil Engineers.

Offering five full days of multi-streamed content, 3,000 engineers will hear and discuss practical ways to deliver the goals and improve the lives of millions of people.

Taking place in London, the event falls within ICE's bicentenary year, the 50th anniversary of WFEO and UK Government's Year of Engineering. It is an unprecedented opportunity to bring the global community together and agree steps to creating a future proof world.

Prices:

5 day ticket: GBP 500,

3 day ticket: GBP 375,

1 day ticket: GBP 150

Speakers: Nick Baveystock, Oliver Loebel, Danielle Gaillard Picher, Kristian Ruby, Gong Ke, Susan Freeman-Greene, Pradeep Chaturvedi, Wu Qidi, Lee Yee Cheong, Michael Auer, Jeanette Southwood, Alain Bentejac, Yashin Brijmohan, Tony Marjoram, Kathryn Johnson, Pratarp Singh, Zainab Al Gharashi, Marlene Kanga, Hartwig Schaefer, Prof. Lord Robert Mair

Category: Conferences, Engineering and Technology

Contact:    ICE Events Team
events@ice.org.uk
+4402076652226

For more information, click here.

Offshore Energy Exhibition And Conference 2018

Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 22, Amsterdam, 1078 GZ, Netherlands

Monday, October 22, 2018 11:00 AM - Wednesday, October 24, 2018 11:00 PM

OEEC attracts a global audience of more than 12,145 offshore energy industry professionals. The three-day event, features an exhibition where over 570 companies will showcase their products and services. The accompanying conference addresses current and future issues in the offshore industry.

With the industry in transition OEEC offers offshore energy professionals the ideal meeting place to network, discuss and learn about the future of energy.

OEEC 2018 will take place at Amsterdam RAI on (22), 23 And 24 October 2018

URLs:

Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/213625-1?pid=1567

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/213625-2?pid=1567

Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/213625-3?pid=1567

Price:

Exhibition visit: EUR 0

Catagory: Conferences, Energy And Environment, Oil And Gas, Natural Gas

Contact:    Philip Mulder
pmu@navingo.com
+31 (0)10 209 2674

For more information, click here.

Intermediate Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - Thursday, October 25, 2018

The course covers advanced instruments for basis risk management such as basis swaps and options and the use of correlation and regression to identify and measure basis risks. Case studies show to hedge in illiquid markets using proxy hedges.

The use of option strategies, exotic options and structured products is shown in an applied context, with emphasis on pros and cons vs. other hedging instruments. A new module covers how to perform Profit and Loss Attribution for Linear and Non-Linear Derivatives, includes several case studies. The main option “Greeks’ (Delta, Gamma, Vega and Theta) are presented using practical exercises.

The course also provides an overview of energy price behavior, and applied probability and statistics using Excel exercises with hands-on calculations. After introducing the building blocks of risk analysis, we estimate volatilities, correlations and calculate Value at Risk and other risk metrics.

The course concludes by providing in-depth applications of market risk management of energy portfolios, with particular emphasis on VaR, Stress Tests and Backtesting. Delegates conduct hands-on calculations for variance- covariance, Monte Carlo and Historical Simulation VaR for energy portfolios.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Oil Trading Orientation

Geneva, Switzerland

Monday, October 29, 2018 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Oil Trading Orientation is a three-day instructor-led course presented by the energy training experts at Mennta Energy Solutions. This workshop is ideal for non-traders wishing to know more about the world of oil trading, or for delegates who are at the very beginning of an oil trading. Delegates will learn the terminology and key building blocks of knowledge for crude oil and petroleum product trading. They will also receive a first-hand perspective of what a trader's job involves, through competitive team trading simulations focusing on different aspects of trading and risk management. Topics explored include crude oil quality, product refining, blending and specifications, market fundamentals, technical analysis, key trading strategies, pricing mechanisms, derivatives trading, risk management and the mechanics of trading and operations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Olefins and Polyolefins: Feedstocks, Markets and Economics

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 29, 2018 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018

This three-day workshop focuses on the commercial, economic and technical aspects of the entire olefin and polyolefin value chain and associated petrochemicals markets. Delegates will be guided from feedstocks, such as crude oil, through olefinic feedstock processing and polymer manufacturing all the way to the finished products as they are used in the end markets. The costs and economics of producing the basic olefins and polymers are covered with consideration of the implications on marketing and economics. Historical and future industry direction and developments will be explored to provide real-life context. Fundamental process chemistry integral to the industry will be discussed as well.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Olefins and Polyolefins: Feedstocks, Markets and Economics

Oxford, UK

Monday, October 29, 2018 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018

This three-day workshop focuses on the commercial, economic and technical aspects of the entire olefin and polyolefin value chain and associated petrochemicals markets. Delegates will be guided from feedstocks, such as crude oil, through olefinic feedstock processing and polymer manufacturing all the way to the finished products as they are used in the end markets. The costs and economics of producing the basic olefins and polymers are covered with consideration of the implications on marketing and economics. Historical and future industry direction and developments will be explored to provide real-life context. Fundamental process chemistry integral to the industry will be discussed as well.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

November 2018 Back to Top
International EV Batteries 2018

Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, London, TW2 7BA, United Kingdom

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 8:30 AM - Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5:00 PM

Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators.

Benefit from the unique opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing vehicle range, enhancing performance and improving battery durability. Hear about the latest developments in charging technologies, materials, thermal management and battery management systems.

URL:

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/213674-1?pid=1567

Prices:

Member / Member, Supporting organisation: GBP 399,

Non-member: GBP 599,

Full-time Student / Retired: GBP 299

Category: Conferences, Engineering and Technology, Cars and Vehicles

Contact:    Vinh Trinh
v_trinh@imeche.org
+4402079731291

For more information, click here.

AQE Air Quality and Emission Conference and Exhibition November 2018

Telford International Exhibition Centre, St.Quentin Gate, Telford, TF3 4JH, United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, November 22, 2018 5:00 PM

AQE The 10th International Conference and Exhibition on Air Quality and Air Emissions Monitoring. The show is for environmental managers, process operators, environmental regulators and environmental health professionals across all industries.
Visitors and delegates will be able to meet and network with regulators and technology providers to discuss compliance issues as well as compare products,technology and prices. Visitors and delegates will find products and services relating to Emission Monitoring, Data Aquisition, Dioxin,Ambient,Fugitive and Odour Monitoring, MCerts Fence Line, Manual Stack and Workplace monitoring.
Entry to the exhibition and workshops is free to all preregistered visitors, there is a charge of £75 per day for conference places.

Visitors and delegates to AQE will also have free access to WWEM The Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Exhibition" which will be taking place in the next door Hall.

Price:
standard: GBP 0.0

Contact:    Marcus Pattison
marcus@iet-pub.com
01727 858840

For more information, click here.

WWEM Water and Wastewater Monitoring Conference and Exhibition November 2018

Telford International Exhibition Centre, St.Quentin Gate, Telford, TF3 4JH, United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 9:00 AM - Thursday, November 22, 2018 5:00 PM

The 8th International Conference and Exhibition on Water,Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring. Visitors and Delegates to WWEM will be process operators, plant managers, laboratory Scientists and environmental managers from across all industries including the food and beverage industry, utilities, petrochemical, chemical, manufacturing and contract laboratories.

Visitors and delegates to WWEM will be able to network with environmental regulators, attend over 80 free technical workshops compare technologies, products and prices with over 140 exhibiting companies . Visitors to WWEM will also be given free entry to AQE "The Air Quality and Emissions Exhibition" which will be running at the same time in the next door exhibition Hall.

Price:

Standard: GBP 0.0

Category: Exhibitions, Energy and Environment

Contact:    Marcus Pattison
marcus@iet-pub.com
01727858840

For more information, click here.

Oil Trading Orientation

Singapore, Singapore

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - Friday, November 30, 2018

This three-day workshop is ideal for non-traders wishing to know more about the world of oil trading, or for delegates who are at the very beginning of an oil trading career. Delegates will learn the terminology and key building blocks of knowledge for crude oil and petroleum product trading. They will also receive a first-hand perspective of what a trader's job involves, through competitive team trading simulations focusing on different aspects of trading and risk management. Topics explored include crude oil quality, product refining, blending and specifications, market fundamentals, technical analysis, key trading strategies, pricing mechanisms, derivatives trading, risk management and the mechanics of trading and operations.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

December 2018 Back to Top
Mastering Oil Trading Concepts

Singapore, Singapore

Monday, December 3, 2018 - Wednesday, December 5, 2018

This three-day workshop is designed to follow the popular Oil Trading Orientation (OTO) course. Mastering Oil Trading Concepts (OTO2) builds on the basics learned to extend your understanding of the complex world of oil trading and take your skills to a higher level.

Topics explored during the course include crude oil valuation and selection, products valuation, blending and trading, pricing mechanisms and methodologies, practicalities of hedging and futures trading advanced trading and financial engineering, forward curves and market structure, trading controls, ethics and compliance.

A key element of the course is that you get the chance to put the knowledge learned into practice through a series of fast-paced, educational and enjoyable team trading simulations. These exercises are designed to reinforce and extend your learning from the class.

Please note: a laptop and Excel version 2007 or later is required in order to engage in market data.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

The Synergies of Refining, Trading and Supply

London, UK

Monday, December 3, 2018 - Thursday, December 6, 2018

This advanced course is designed to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the latest business techniques and refining technologies available to the oil supply, trading and refining industries, and highlights how the activities of these sectors may be optimised and synergised to maximise overall profitability. Through a variety of case studies, delegates will learn the principles of refinery planning and economics along with basic principles and techniques involved in trading and supply. Delegates will focus on the synergies between these sectors to maximise corporate profitability. Short- term operations and medium-term planning using linear programming and long-term investment decisions are addressed. It is recommended that delegates should have attended SP1 or have working knowledge of the subjects covered in that course. There are no pre-requisites for this course, nor is any advanced preparation required.

Please take note of the number of training days listed in the schedule,as it varies by location.

What you will learn: The influence of the world energy outlook on refining economics Selection of the optimum crude slate Using the trading market to maximise refining profitability The economics and technologies of refining Effective planning and optimisation of the refinery operation Supply, refining and distribution optimisation in a multiple refinery scenario Capturing added value by blending Processing - the commercial opportunities Adding value within the logistical chain Economic analysis of supply/refining Project investment evaluation Locking in the return of capital invested Measuring refinery performance Confronting the future of the refining industry - strategies and constraints

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Advanced Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Risk Management

London, UK

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - Wednesday, December 5, 2018

This highly applied and practical course is designed for energy risk practitioners interested in enhancing their knowledge of best practices in valuation, hedging and risk management of derivatives portfolios.

Delegates are introduced to the most commonly used derivatives pricing models in energy trading organizations such as closed-form solutions and Monte Carlo simulation. The main price processes for energy risk analysis such as Geometric Brownian Motion and Mean-reverting models are illustrated with pricing and risk analysis examples.

The course builds on the concepts introduced in DPH1 and DPH2 and explores advanced strategies used to price, hedge and manage the risk of derivatives in leading energy trading organizations. Delegates learn about the practical applications of the models and strategies from the point of view of users of those models, not the quantitative developers.

Advanced market risk management topics such as marginal VaR analysis, backtesting VaR models and Extreme Value Theory (EVT) as well as risk risk metrics such as Earnings at Risk (EaR), Cash Flow at Risk (CFaR) and Economic Capital are covered with practical examples. Several case studies illustrate how to set an effective system of risk limits and risk-adjusted performance measurement.

DPH3 also covers best practices in counterparty risk management. Metrics such as Potential Future Exposure (PFE) and Credit Valuation Adjustments (CVA) are introduced in the context of contract valuation and risk charges.

This highly interactive workshop uses current case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce the concepts presented in the lectures.

Recommended prerequisites: DPH1, DPH2

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining - A Non-Technical Introduction

New York City, New York

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - Thursday, December 6, 2018

You don't need an engineering degree to understand the fundamentals of petroleum refining! This exciting programme is designed to introduce non-technical oil industry members to the fascinating field of petroleum refining. Learn how a refinery works and how refinery operations affect global oil and product prices.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this programme. This is an entry-level course where we purposely keep everything in non-technical terms!

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Oil Storage

London, UK

Thursday, December 6, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed as an introduction to the fundamentals of oil storage. The course reviews the different types of oil storage, technical issues and strategic storage requirements. Delegates will learn about the major storage operators, key worldwide storage hubs and storage market trends. We’ll also cover the use of storage and economics, including pricing and valuing of storage and hedging material in storage.

Includes Online Pre-study Module This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Real Options and Simulation in Energy Markets

London

Thursday, December 6, 2018

This course is an advanced course for energy practitioners interested in enhancing their applied knowledge of best practices in valuation, hedging and risk management of long term contracts and physical assets. This highly interactive workshop uses practical case studies, Excel exercises and group discussions to reinforce the concepts presented in the lectures.

The course introduces the models and strategies used to value, hedge and manage the risk of derivatives and physical assets in leading energy trading organizations. Delegates learn about the practical applications of the models and strategies from the point of view of the users of those models, not the quantitative developers.

The course explores the embedded optionality and trading strategies to optimize storage, transportation (ground and marine) assets and long term contracts in gas, power and oil markets. Cross commodity spread strategies are explored in the context of power generation and oil refinery operations. The course also covers the valuation, hedging and optimization of natural gas, LNG and refined product storage strategies in contango and backwardated markets.

Delegates learn how to apply Monte Carlo simulation (stochastic forward curve models, Least-Squares Monte Carlo) and binomial/trinomial trees for physical asset valuation and hedging. Case studies show how to incorporate operational constraints in the analysis.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

Fundamentals of Refinery Economics and Blending

New York City, New York

Friday, December 7, 2018

This one-day workshop is designed to follow on from our popular Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining course, by focusing on the topics of refinery economics and blending. The course reviews the fundamentals of refining planning and optimisation, and delegates will learn what affects refinery profitability, how margins are calculated and the trends in refining and product demand. We’ll also cover product specifications, blending and valuation.

Contact:    Ayesha Varshney
avarshney@mennta.com
6096136511

For more information, click here.

February 2019 Back to Top
Aquatherm Moscow 2019

Crocus Expo, Mezhdunarodnaya 16, P.O. box 92, Moscow, 143402, Russia

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 10:00 AM - Friday, February 15, 2019 4:00 PM

Aquatherm Moscow is the largest specialised international b2b exhibition of domestic and industrial equipment for heating, water supply, engineering, plumbing and climate control, pools, saunas and spas in Russia and CIS. The benchmark event connects producers and brand representatives from all over the globe with an impressive target audience of over 27 thousand trade, engineering design and installation, construction, property management and operation companies to boost their business, generate new leads, meet partners and match demand for effective products and technologies, exchange best practices and learn actual market trends. The ?1 event in the Aquatherm brand portfolio, the Moscow show creates a two-decade success story of promoting and sourcing brands in one of the world’s largest HVAC and Water technologies market!

Urls:

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-1?pid=1567 Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-1?pid=1567 Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-3?pid=1567 Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-4?pid=1567 Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-5?pid=1567 Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-7?pid=1567 MobileApp: https://go.evvnt.com/216900-8?pid=1567

Price Exhibiting. General exposition. Not equipped space, 1 sqm: EUR 405.0 Exhibiting. General exposition. Standard shell scheme, 1 sqm: EUR 80.0 Exhibitor Registration fee: EUR 735.0 Visitor ticket, with promo code: EUR 0.0 Visitor ticket, onsite, without promo code: EUR 7.5 Visitor ticket, online, without promo code: EUR 3.0 Exhibiting. Section "World of Water and Spa". Not equipped space, 1 sqm: EUR 390.0 Exhibiting. Section "World of Water and Spa". Standard shell scheme, 1 sqm: EUR 80.0

Category: Exhibitions | Engineering and Technology

Contact:    Pavel Moshnyaga
aquatherm@reedexpo.ru
+79262110929

For more information, click here.

June 2019 Back to Top
WasteTech-2019

Crocus Expo, Mezhdunarodnaya 16, P.O. box 92, 65th km of Moscow City Ring road, Krasnogorsk, Moscow, 143402, Russia

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 9:30 AM - Thursday, June 6, 2019 6:00 PM

WasteTech (Waste and environmental Technology) exhibition and congress has become well-known to everyone engaged in waste treatment, environmental protection and renewable energy both in Russia and worldwide, especially in CIS and Baltic countries. The first show WasteTech that was held in Moscow in September 1999 had just 340 sq. m of exhibition space with 40 exhibitors. At the very beginning WasteTech was focused exclusively on solid waste issues. The forthcoming show will cover the full range of topics: waste management and recycling, wastewater treatment, renewable energy, air quality, reclamation of contaminated sites, industrial cleaning, improvement of territories, labor safety.

As a result, WasteTech exhibition and congress has become the main forum for waste management, recycling, renewable energy and environmental technologies in Russia and CIS.

WasteTech-2017 Facts&Figures

- 207 exhibitors including 74 international companies - 3955 sq. m of exhibition space - 5236 visitors

WasteTech also includes two specialised expositions (brands): - ScrapExpo - ferrous and non-ferrous metal - scrap recycling; - REnergo - renewable energy and will take place in parallel with the annual exhibition and conference CityPipe "Piping Systems for Municipal Infrastructure: Construction, Diagnostics, Repair and Operation"

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Environment

Prices:

Visitors: EUR 0,

Registration fee for 1 exhibitor: EUR 450,

indoor space (min. stand size depends on booth construction type): EUR 240,

space for service vehicles (min. space size 50 sq. m): EUR 145

URLs:

Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-1

Twitter: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-2

Contact:    Pavel Demin
pavel.demin@reedexpo.ru
+74959376861 ext. 185

For more information, click here.

WasteTech-2019

Crocus Expo, Mezhdunarodnaya 16, P.O. box 92, 65th km of Moscow City Ring road, Krasnogorsk, Moscow, 143402, Russia

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 9:30 AM - Thursday, June 6, 2019 6:00 PM

WasteTech (Waste and environmental Technology) exhibition and congress has become well-known to everyone engaged in waste treatment, environmental protection and renewable energy both in Russia and worldwide, especially in CIS and Baltic countries. The first show WasteTech that was held in Moscow in September 1999 had just 340 sq. m of exhibition space with 40 exhibitors. At the very beginning WasteTech was focused exclusively on solid waste issues. The forthcoming show will cover the full range of topics: waste management and recycling, wastewater treatment, renewable energy, air quality, reclamation of contaminated sites, industrial cleaning, improvement of territories, labor safety.

As a result, WasteTech exhibition and congress has become the main forum for waste management, recycling, renewable energy and environmental technologies in Russia and CIS.

WasteTech-2017 Facts&Figures

- 207 exhibitors including 74 international companies - 3955 sq. m of exhibition space - 5236 visitors

WasteTech also includes two specialised expositions (brands): - ScrapExpo - ferrous and non-ferrous metal - scrap recycling; - REnergo - renewable energy and will take place in parallel with the annual exhibition and conference CityPipe "Piping Systems for Municipal Infrastructure: Construction, Diagnostics, Repair and Operation"

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Environment

Prices:

Visitors: EUR 0 Registration fee for 1 exhibitor: EUR 450 indoor space (min. stand size depends on booth construction type): EUR 240 space for service vehicles (min. space size 50 sq. m): USD 145

URLs:

Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-1 Twitter: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-2

Contact:    Pavel Demin
pavel.demin@reedexpo.ru
+74959376861 ext. 185

For more information, click here.

WasteTech-2019

Crocus Expo, Mezhdunarodnaya 16, P.O. box 92, 65th km of Moscow City Ring road, Krasnogorsk, Moscow, 143402, Russia

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 9:30 AM - Thursday, June 6, 2019 6:00 PM

WasteTech (Waste and environmental Technology) exhibition and congress has become well-known to everyone engaged in waste treatment, environmental protection and renewable energy both in Russia and worldwide, especially in CIS and Baltic countries. The first show WasteTech that was held in Moscow in September 1999 had just 340 sq. m of exhibition space with 40 exhibitors. At the very beginning WasteTech was focused exclusively on solid waste issues. The forthcoming show will cover the full range of topics: waste management and recycling, wastewater treatment, renewable energy, air quality, reclamation of contaminated sites, industrial cleaning, improvement of territories, labor safety.

As a result, WasteTech exhibition and congress has become the main forum for waste management, recycling, renewable energy and environmental technologies in Russia and CIS.

WasteTech-2017 Facts&Figures

- 207 exhibitors including 74 international companies - 3955 sq. m of exhibition space - 5236 visitors

WasteTech also includes two specialised expositions (brands): - ScrapExpo - ferrous and non-ferrous metal - scrap recycling; - REnergo - renewable energy and will take place in parallel with the annual exhibition and conference CityPipe "Piping Systems for Municipal Infrastructure: Construction, Diagnostics, Repair and Operation"

Category: Conferences | Energy and Environment | Environment

Prices:

Visitors: EUR 0

Registration fee for 1 exhibitor: EUR 450

indoor space (min. stand size depends on booth construction type): EUR 240

space for service vehicles (min. space size 50 sq. m): USD 145

URLs:

Facebook: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-1

Twitter: https://go.evvnt.com/134985-2

Contact:    Pavel Demin
pavel.demin@reedexpo.ru
+74959376861 ext. 185

For more information, click here.

March 2047 Back to Top
Fundamentals of the Petroleum Industry

Atlanta, GA

Friday, March 8, 2047 12:00 AM

This comprehensive course takes a detailed look at the entire petroleum complex, focusing on the operational details of the upstream, midstream, and downstream. Follow crude oil from the point of production through the formulation of gasoline and diesel products. Ask your most basic questions as we focus on the who, what, where, when and how of the industry. Terms, jargon and concepts common to industry experts will be made clear with our ground-up approach that brings insight to the novice as well as to veterans looking for an expanded or refreshed view of the business.

Contact:    Energy Management Institute
info@emi.org
(888) 871-1207

For more information, click here.