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Intro to Energy Trading for the Non-Trader
Credits: CPE: 8 DTN: 3

Improve your trading knowledge and understand risk management solutions and what makes a successful energy trading program.

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Intro to Shale Gas and Tight Oil
Credits: CPE: 13 DTN: 6

Gain a solid grasp on the fundamentals of the recent radical success of the Unconventional Revolution with its dramatic increase in shale gas and tight oil production/reserves changing the global energy market forever.

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Introduction to Energy Trading & Hedging
Credits: CPE: 12 DTN: 6

Get an insider’s understanding of energy trading and hedging that will demystify the nuances and quirks of trading in the energy market.

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Introduction to Liquefied Natural Gas
Credits: CPE: 11 DTN: 6

Understand the global dynamics of natural gas and its burgeoning transport via the LNG value chain, including market implications and technological developments.

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Introduction to Petroleum Geology
Credits: CPE: 11 DTN: 6

Get a firm grip on petroleum geology principles, concepts, technology and terminology with this comprehensive introduction to the dynamics of exploring and developing both conventional and unconventional plays for oil and gas reservoirs.

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Introduction to Petroleum Hedging
Credits: CPE: 8 DTN: 3

This course will simplify and remove the mystery surrounding petroleum hedging. You’ll get a practical understanding of petroleum hedging and price risk management and how it can benefit your company.

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Midstream Oil and Gas Fundamentals
Credits: CPE: 14 DTN: 6

The midstream sector is changing worldwide and most dramatically in North America. Take this course and get a working knowledge of oil and gas gathering, processing, pipelines and storage facilities, as well as the history, evolution and forward trends of these business areas.

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Natural Gas Economics 101
Credits: CPE: 10 DTN: 6

Understand the factors that sustain the price of natural gas in the upstream and every facet of the downstream, including pipelines, utilities, regulators and consumers in North America.

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