Lifecycle of Oil and Natural Gas
The Lifecycle of Oil and Natural Gas
Certificate is designed to educate professionals within the energy industry and
those on the periphery, about the complete lifecycle of oil and natural gas
resources. Topics explore everything from geology to accessing land, drilling
and completions, upstream marketing and managing risk. The goal of the course
is to provide a high level of understanding of the multiple processes,
technologies and components used by geologists and engineers to find and
produce fossil fuels, as well as gain a basic understanding of land, financing,
marketing, regulatory requirements and government/public relations.
- Gain a strong understanding of the
multiple processes, technologies, and components used by geologists and
engineers to find and produce fossil fuels.
- Study the relationships between
land, finance, marketing, and governmental and public relations.
- Learn from experts about key areas
such as land and surface issues drilling, upstream marketing, and risk
- Participate in an extensive oil
rig tour and an energy exploration game that challenges you to prepare an
investment strategy, lease land, acquire permits, drill and produce.
Course date and time: The class meets once a week from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on
Thursdays, beginning April 3 to May 8, 2014
Course location: CU Denver Business School Building, Room 3300, 1475 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202
About the course: There are no prerequisites to register. The course includes seven, 3 hour classes plus a drilling rig tour.
Instructor: Lisa Hamil Roy, CPL
Certificate program fee: $1,500 per student
Registration details and deadlines: Register by Monday, March 17, 2014 for the April
course. Limited seats available.
Presented in partnership with the Denver Petroleum Club and Global Energy Management Program at the CU Denver