Date(s) - August 31,2014 - September 04,2014
J.W. Marriott Hotel
A 5-day intensive and practical programme covering everything you need to know in oil and gas lending best practices, featuring 3–individually bookable modules.
John has over 20 years banking experience in the oil and gas sector. The trainer has an Honours BA degree from University of Toronto. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant at KPMG in Canada and Ireland before moving into Banking, where he has held key positions at BMO Nesbitt Burns, GMAC Commercial Finance, West LB and Bank of Scotland.
By attending this highly interactive and practical 5-day training school you will:
Gain a better understanding of oil and gas markets and how oil and gas projects are financed
Gain a better understanding of the current trends in energy project finance
Review the technical evaluations of upstream and downstream projects
Understand how the technical issues of energy projects are translated into financial and credit risks
Understand the finer aspects of financial modelling by identifying and quantifying the major risks that impact a project’s cash flow generation capabilities
Gain a better understanding of credit structuring techniques, so as to effectively mitigate the credit risks of an energy project
Review the finer aspects of legal documentation, with legal documentation techniques and tips to help you properly reflect a credit structure in the legal contract
Featuring 3–individually bookable modules:
Upstream development & production
Mid-stream pipelines & LNG projects
Downstream oil refineries & petrochemical plants
Including: 16 key industry case studies to improve your understanding
Course background & methodology
The course will enable participants with skills to identify and analyse prospective borrowers, structure credit facilities, and prepare credit applications for formal presentation and approval by bank credit committees. These skills can be used by the origination teams and credit teams of lenders and to support organisations which run or sponsor projects.
Each section will be covered briefly as a module in a traditional class style, and the real learning experience will be found in the exercises within each module. Suggested solutions to each exercise will be provided and discussed. Supporting materials will be available for further in-depth learning.
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