The Oxford Princeton Programme Offers Commercial Energy Professionals New Web-based Training Course on Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production
More Than 250 Courses Give Energy Professionals Competitive Edge
PRINCETON, N.J., June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Oxford Princeton Programme (www.oxfordprinceton.com), which provides energy business professionals with world-class commercial education and training on the energy markets, now offers an online course on the fundamentals of and trends in hydrocarbon exploration and production.
"Although we offer over fifty web-based training course titles as industry overviews on various energy markets as well as midstream and downstream topics, this is our first upstream title. Our new hydrocarbon course explains exploration and production in a clear and concise manner and offers perspectives on the future prospects for oil, gas and coal," said Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO of The Oxford Princeton Programme. "Working with our faculty roster of experts actively engaged in the industry, we have developed this course to enhance one's understanding of hydrocarbons – their origins, location and production."
Specifically, the self-paced online Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production course (available at www.princetonlive.com), examines:
- how oil, natural gas and coal were formed
- the geological structures where hydrocarbons are found
- the different methods of exploring for hydrocarbons
- how hydrocarbons are produced, including drilling techniques
- different types of hydrocarbons produced
- the main trends in the production of oil, natural gas and coal
All web-based training courses can be purchased individually for US$195; discounts are available for multiple vouchers or corporate-access purchases and licensing. These self-study courses offer optional narration, interactive quizzes, a final exam, and a certificate of completion. Courses are CPE (North America) and CPD (United Kingdom) accredited.
In order to address the need for professional development in energy commodity trading, Clara Lippert Glenn created the Princeton Energy Programme in 1992 and Princetonlive.com in 1999. She then engineered the merger with The College of Petroleum and Energy Studies in 2000 to form The Oxford Princeton Programme, which has helped thousands of blue-chip companies' energy professionals worldwide develop a competitive edge within the dynamic energy marketplace.
For a full course outline of the Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production course, please log onto www.oxfordprinceton.com (Search: HCEP).
Contact Andrew Infante for more information on this or any of The Oxford Princeton Programme's wide array of training options at (609) 524-1122 or email@example.com
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