LNG Mini MBA in Project Development – London

CWC School for Energy have developed this programme with the view to taking a new approach to LNG training that provides our clients with solid skills and techniques to return to their projects with. Having carried out extensive research with our clients globally and with our own experience of LNG project development, we have created an intensive training programme that is different and one that meets the needs of the project development environment. Using a combination of conventional and modern methods of training, make this LNG Mini MBA much more interactive and up-to-date in both content and delivery. 

LNG Mini MBA in Project Development - London

Course Details:
LNG Mini MBA in Project Development
Date: June 9, 2014 – June 20, 2014 all-day
Venue:  London, UK
Contact:  Nazreth Kiflay  +44 20 7978 0007
Course Cost: £6,799 + VAT

By Attending This Course You Will:

  • Receive an electronic tablet with a pre-loaded economic model and used for scenario testing and simulating events along the chain
  • Acquire the tools and techniques to plan, structure and develop LNG projects to FID
  • Analyse LNG project structures, stakeholder inter-relationships, market business models and the commercial agreements involved in the project development phase
  • Understand the Project Management Stage Gate process and how to effectively develop large scale LNG projects

Who Should Attend:

Government Officials, Planning Managers, Business Development Managers, Commercial Managers, Project Managers , Financial Advisers, Legal Advisers, Shipping Advisers, Analysts, Economists.

Skills & Benefits:

  • Analyse, evaluate and compare LNG project structures and market business models
  • Study the key commercial contracts and agreements across the value chain
  • Learn how to use an LNG commercial economic model for scenario testing and as a basis for simulating project negotiations
  • Understand technical and non-technical risk and how these effect project development

Project Simulation

We are using a blended approach applying both conventional methods and new ways of teaching. The course provides a learning experience that uses a combination of learning techniques by encouraging interaction amongst participants. The project simulation follows the development of a real LNG project. Each case study and activity within the project simulation is based on real LNG projects. During the course participants will use business models to complete economic analysis and scenario testing to simulate events and measure consequences in terms of costs and value.

Course Outline

Module 1: Gas & LNG: What, Where, How Much, Why and Who

  •  Case Study: Algeria, Equatorial Guinea, Qatar, Nigeria and the role of LNG

Module 2: Project Structures, Partnerships and Stakeholder Assessment

  • Case Study:  Exercise deconstructing company annual reports and structured analysis of business models on corporate culture, corporate strategies, market exposure, gas supply and financial performance.

Module 3: LNG Business Models Across the Value Chain

  • Case Study: China and Australia
  • Case Study: US, Caribbean distributed power generation upgrades
  • Case Study: Qatar and Qatar Petroleum expansion trains

Module 4: LNG Overview of Commercial Contracts Across the Value Chain

  • Project Simulation: Structuring commercial terms in an SPA and carry out a MSA negotiation

Module 5: Design Engineering – Feed and EPC Contracts and Risk Considerations

  • Group Discussions: Both technical and non-technical risks that have affected a project your have worked on
  • Project Simulation: Assess the risks involved in the development of an LNG Project using a Risk Matricx and Risk Register and present the methods available for you to mitigate these risks

Module 6: A Strategic Study of the LNG Industry

  • Project Simulation: Develop analysis of geopolitical, commercial and technical factors affecting project development using industry case studies
  • Project Simulation:  Use Risk Matrix,  SWOT Charts, Sector Demand Charts and Cost Stack Analysis in a real strategic industry case study

Module 7: LNG Project Economics, Project Risk Analysis and Risk Management

  • Project Simulation:  Economic analysis and scenario testing to simulate events and measure consequences in terms of cost and value

Module 8: LNG: New Trends in Project Financing

  • Case Study: Cheniere and Ichthys Project
  • Project Simulation:  Two groups with commercial project business developers and bankers. Cases need to be  made for project financing and questioning from bankers to establish whether they are prepared to lend

Module 9: LNG Project Management to FID

  • Project Simulation:  In groups participant will use a number of tools and techniques needed to manage and develop LNG projects to FID

Module 10: From Theory to Practice

  • Case Study: Using the skills and knowledge acquired during the course to analyse real project case studies and make an investment decision
  • Project Simulation: Carry out a SWOT analysis on a number of real LNG Projects both successful and unsuccessful

 Application Method:Interested applicants should apply online for this course by clicking the link below:

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