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October 2017 - eNewsletters

The latest October 2017 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"As you’ve probably noticed over the past two years, we have been regularly offering short courses called Energy Abstracts.  The response from the thousands of professionals who have taken them has been overwhelmingly positive.  If you are not familiar with our Energy Abstracts, this is not your typical free presentation where helpful information is woven into a sales pitch.  After just a few days of complimentary access, we confidently add them to our library right next to our celebrated instructor-led titles and full-length online courses for USD74.99.  While that is already a tremendous value, it gets even better with our new..."

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New Online Course! Smaller Gas Field Development Options

This course will provide an overview of the challenges associated with the development of smaller gas fields where large-scale development routes such as long-distance pipeline or LNG are not viable. Various technologies that can be used to develop such fields will be identified and information on the technical maturity of these technologies will be provided, along with economic and commercial data.

There are no pre-requisites for this course and there is no advance preparation required.

You will learn to:

  • Identify options for monetizing smaller gas resources
  • Compare the technical characteristics of numerous monetization options
  • Identify key risks of each gas monetization option
  • Recognize ongoing trends in technology development

Practice exercises and self-assessment quizzes are included to help reinforce key topics introduced throughout the course.

A comprehensive final test will be given at the end of the course.

Click here to learn more!

September 2017 - eNewsletters

The latest September 2017 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

"In the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, the response and support from the world has been overwhelming.  I am sure many of you reading this have either donated money, supplies or your time to the relief efforts.  As a Houston-resident with a platform like this newsletter, I want to say thank you on behalf of everyone here!  If you haven’t had a chance to help yet or want to learn a little more about my flood story, read the short article we posted on our website last week – HELP hoUSton.

After an event like this, it’s important to regain a sense of normalcy.  Many of my friends in Houston have returned to work this week in an effort to move forward.  For me that entails..."

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HELP hoUSton

HarveyThe devastating scenes from Hurricane Harvey in the Greater South East Texas area have been global news over the past week.  High water, helpless animals and newly homeless people captured the attention and hearts of everyone.  However, even the endless news coverage cannot do the magnitude of the destruction justice.  I know – I spent the better part of a week swimming through flood water, assisting in evacuations, being evacuated by boat, and tirelessly working towards finding a dry place to rest.

As the water recedes and the news crews move on, the people of Houston and the surrounding areas need the world’s attention more than ever.  People like me (pictured right) are no longer wading through flood water, but rather rummaging through destruction to start the rebuild.  NOW is the time for the global energy community to rally behind their friends, colleagues and even competitors in Houston to contribute to the healing process!

I am happy to announce that The Oxford Princeton Programme is doing their very best to rebuild the city that has been a gracious host to our events for decades.  First, we are literally putting boots on the ground.  Our CEO & President, Clara Lippert Glenn, is providing me the flexibility to spend time away from work to help the community.  Therefore, if you are reading this and need help with anything flood related in the Houston area please email me at ainfante@oxfordprinceton.com.  I will do my very best to come help!

Next, we will be giving away free online training courses (valued at 210USD) to anyone who donates at least 100USD to one of the following Houston-based charities that will be vital to the community going forward:  Houston Food Bank & Houston Humane Society.  Simply email me a copy of your donation receipt and I will personally pass along your free course.  You will be able to choose from any of our over 90 course titles on www.oxfordprincetonlive.com!

GIVE.LEARN.HELP hoUSton.

Best,

Andrew Infante  l  Vice President Global Marketing
The Oxford Princeton Programme
ainfante@oxfordprinceton.com

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