Results of Lagos Training Survey and Winners of TOGY Nigeria 2012

Thank you to all those who took part in the recent survey “The Mini MBA in Oil & Gas”, Lagos, Nigeria.  The response was fantastic and your answers are most helpful as they help us to improve our training offering.  Here is a summary of the results:

Lagos Q1

Q1.  Most people prefer a 5 day course, with 5+ days also being popular.

 

 

 

Lagos Q2

Q2.  The best nonths to hold the training are March to May, and August to October.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lagos Q3

Q3.  The worst months to hold the training are February and December, while August and September are also less popular.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lagos Q4

Q4.  Meanwhile, most people decide to attend a training course within a few months of the course start date.

 

 

 

Q5.  The following suggestions for subjects to be included on the training programme were made:

Petroleum Economics (5); Energy economics; Oil and Gas economics; Fundamentals of Oil & Gas (3); Introduction to basics – Exploration, Development, Production events; Oil & Gas Financing (3); Financing Strategies, options and terms; Financing structures for Oil & Gas Transaction; Oil and Gas Contracts and Agreements (3); Project Management in Oil & Gas/ Energy Industry (2); A-Z of Fiscal Regimes/Terms (2); Oil & Gas Accounting (2); Commodity Pricing; Gas Value Chain; Joint Ventures; Production sharing contracts and Marginal Fields; Oil and Gas Taxation; Health and Safety in Oil & Gas; Alternative energy as challenge to the future of Oil & Gas; Environmental & Social impact of the Oil & Gas business in Nigeria; The future of Oil & Gas in Nigeria; Nigeria’s economic dependence on Oil & Gas revenues; Need for diversification of Nigeria’s Oil Revenues for job creation and further economic growth; Doing business in a developing economy; PIB Impact; The PIB and its benefits to the down stream sector; Procurement of goods and services; Data management; Ethics and Corruption; Asset Valuation; Asset development and management; Decommissioning; Non market issues (Community and government relations); Unitisation; Plan of development; Budgeting; Factors influencing investment in the E&P in Africa; Downstream opportunities in Nigeria; Public participation (Investment) in the petroleum industry; Oil and Gas productions; Oil and Gas Investments Analysis, Appraisal and Decision Making; Local Content, Investment Opportunities for Oil and Gas Production Area Indegenes; Employment opportunities and Skill Gaps in Oil and Gas Industry Today; Upstream and Downstream Financing; Recruiting and retaining needed professional in the Oil & Gas Industry; Impact of Government Regulations on Investment; Differences between Fiscal Regimes and Taxes; Economic implications of the different partnership structures -PSCs, JVs, Farm-ins and Farmouts; Understanding Competence Persons Reports; Project Finance and Economics; Petroleum Law; Working with very difficult boss or subordinate; Setting up a successful team; Managing expectation and providing difficult feedback; Environment Technology; Managing an E&P company; Government relationships; P&L; Supply Chain

The draw for a complimentary copy of “The Oil and Gas Year Book Nigeria 2012” has been made and the lucky winners are:

Obehi Eremiokhale

Joshua Ukoha

Naliba Mamman

Adesuwa Nwokedi

Adekunle King

Gabriel Bigwan

Lawrence Agboola

Chichi Ukiwe

Ladi Daodu

Oyindamola Alonge

Ogiri Agbehi

Samson Omoregie

Aramide Baruwa

Abdouraman Sadou

Ken Umuze

Comments

  1. Olawale Olapegba says:

    In my opinion, a firm’s calendar and budget on training are concluded before the end of the first quarter of that year. I would like to implore WBC to make an early and wide circulation of available O&G classes for necessary budget considerations and approvals by sponsors, especially to business interests that relate to government and regulatory environment.

    Thank you.

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