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O&G Management Training Course in London

Hosted by Finncap in world class facilities in the heart of the City of London, Angus Warren delivered WBC’s acclaimed  O&G management training course in London in November.  The 3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas was presented to a group that included participants from the U.K., France, Serbia and Nigeria. and from a variety of sectors including financial services, investment banking and media. [Read more…]

KPO Training Course Held in Kazakhstan

WBC delivered Gas, Gas Contracts and Commercial Oil Operations for the Karachaganak Petroleum Operating company in October 2017.  The KPO training course was organised by International Business House*.  The course was held at KPO’s office in Uralsk and was delivered by WBC’s Angus Warren to 12 KPO employees.  The group hailed from diverse functions, with participants from the legal, trading, logistics, marketing, compliance and accounting departments. [Read more…]

Oil and Gas Management and Leadership Course Held in London

This oil and  gas management and leadership event in April was held at the offices of io oil & gas consulting in world class facilities at the Shard London,  Angus Warren delivered WBC’s acclaimed 3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas to a group that included participants from Ukraine, Austria, Angola and the U.K.  and from a variety of sectors including oil companies, a services company and consultants. [Read more…]

3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas in London

Hosted by Finncap in world class facilities in the heart of the City of London,  Angus Warren delivered WBC’s acclaimed 3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas to a group that included participants from the U.K. and Nigeria. and from a variety of sectors including technology, a national oil company, and financial services. [Read more…]

Oil & Gas: To Hell with the Contracts….

The Nigerian government is focussing on PSC and joint venture agreements in its attempts to extract more from Oil & Gas: as part of our occasional series on key management issues in the Oil & Gas industry and the strategic context needed to succeed, we asked Bryan Gundersen, one of the world’s leading lawyers and an associate of WBC, to comment on the governance and legal issues arising from the current Nigerian government initiative.  Bryan’s next course is in Lagos at the end of November. [Read more…]

Oil and Gas Training in Indonesia

Three day oil and gas training course delivered in Jakarta

We welcomed 19 delegates from a Indonesian oil company to a special three day course in Jakarta in August.  Delivered by Colin Marshall, an associate of Warren Business Consulting, the course focused on understanding the key dynamics in the petroleum industry and was based on WBC’s well established “3 Day MBA in Oil and Gas”. [Read more…]

London 3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas

Hosted by Carlingford in world class facilities in the heart of the City of London,  Angus Warren delivered WBC’s acclaimed 3 Day MBA in Oil & Gas to a group that included participants from UAE, Angola and the U.K.  and from a variety of sectors including finance, a government ministry, an oil field services company and consultants. [Read more…]

First Course for WBC in Jakarta

It was a week of firsts:  WBC’s first course in Jakarta and Colin Marshall delivering his first course as a WBC associate.  The 3 Day MBA in Oil and Gas had  attendees from consultancies, oil companies and service companies. The course ran in February at the excellent Park Lane hotel. [Read more…]

Oil and Gas Audit Training Course for TPDC

Staff of Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation, the national oil company of Tanzania, took part in the “Financial Auditing in Oil and Gas” training course in Dar es Salaam in February. Warren Business Consulting’s Geoff Killick presented the programme to build local oil and gas auditing capabilities within 24 of TPDC’s professional staff. [Read more…]

45 years in Exploration & Development: Looking back to look ahead

45 Years in Oil & Gas Exploration Cover imageWhat can you learn from 45 years in exploration & development? What will happen to our industry in the next 45 years?

Our Chairman, David Finlayson, takes a look back over his career to make some predictions for the future. It’s a personal and provocative view with some terrific pointers for those currently building their careers in our industry. At a time of change and short term volatility, it’s incredibly helpful to step back and remind ourselves of the longer term perspective.

David’s view of the industry in 2059 is optimistic – but not encouraging for those who assume business will revert to “normal” after the current crisis. More than ever, it will be important to understand the strategic issues shaping the business in order to be able to adapt – both on a business level but also on a personal career level.

Read the full paper here.

Please share your own views on the future and David’s conclusions:

We are also grateful to our friends at SAMI Consulting, Ridgeway Partners and Castor & Partners for adding their perspectives on leadership and careers in the industry in the future.

 

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