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Get a holistic view of CCUS by taking our two live courses together. Save 25% when you bundle! Our Carbon Capture in Practice: Technical Considerations and Cost Analysis course, developed by industry expert Wayne Monnery, will provide a technical overview of carbon capture technologies and their readiness. By combining key cost and technology data with practical implementation insights, this course will prepare you to support your next carbon capture project. This live course is scheduled for Wednesday, November 20, 2024 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. The CCUS Essentials for Energy Leaders course developed by globally recognized CCUS expert Richard Baker will provide discussion around key considerations for carbon utilization and storage. Using major CCUS projects as case studies, you will gain an understanding of the economics and risks associated with choosing and managing reservoirs for carbon storage. This live course is scheduled for Wednesday, November 27, 2024 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry.   Dr. Wayne Monnery has more than 30 years of oil and gas experience, specializing in gas processing (CO2 removal, pipeline hydraulics, separation, dehydration, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery, acid gas injection and refrigeration processes). Currently he is an adjunct professor at the University of Calgary, the Director of technology at SIGIT Academy, and an integrated engineering and solutions provider. Monnery is involved with carbon capture, teaching a course on the surface facilities technology, working as the process SME on a large SAGD carbon capture project and assisting other clients to determine best processing options. He has a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Calgary.   Richard Baker is a globally recognized expert in CCUS with over 37 years of practical experience in reservoir engineering, simulation, EOR and thermal projects. He has worked on hundreds of reservoir characterization/reservoir simulation projects in North America, Russia, Indonesia, South America, North Africa, Middle East and the North Sea. Richard has held senior reservoir engineering positions at both Shell and Husky Oil. In addition to authoring and co-authoring 60+ technical papers, he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Calgary. Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of each live event Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Alberta Directive 56: Secure Licensing Approvals for Pipelines & Facilities provides a high-level overview of the technical requirements when applying to build or operate pipelines and facilities. Taught by three regulatory experts, this course is essential for oil and gas operators navigating regulatory hurdles and seeking to streamline the application process. The live course is scheduled for Tuesday, September 24, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. via ZOOM. EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with one of the three instructors before or after the live event.  Learning Objectives Understand key regulatory requirements that impact licensing of pipelines and facilities Understand the best practices to navigate and secure approvals from the Alberta Energy Regulator Gain valuable insight into the interconnected nature of the AER’s multiple regulatory instruments and learn from case studies Meet your instructors - Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This course was developed by regulatory experts Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank. As former senior leaders at the Alberta Energy Regulator, the teaching team has over 35 years of regulatory expertise and experience within the energy industry. This team will assist stakeholders avoid common mistakes and misconceptions about the regulatory process in order to maximize the efficiency of application approvals. Curriculum 1. What’s new with Directive 56 2. Changes to the Licence section including: Changes to licence terms and extension requests Removal of the “how to” section Licence information updates – when and how to submit them Explanation of submitting spatial data Clarification of Participant Involvement requirements Changes to technical information requirements Changes to the Pipeline Act 3. Technical Requirements 4. General Requirements and Considerations 5. Overall Manual 12 flow changes Pros Cons 6. Factors to be considered before filing an energy development licence application 7. What is Participant Involvement? 8. Ins and outs of the audit process 9. Other considerations, including proliferation  10. What’s next?  Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Alberta Directive 88: Minimize Your Liability and Maximize Your Security Deposit Refund provides guidance on what triggers a Holistic Licensee Assessment and how the Security Collection Framework determines security. Most importantly this course helps you anticipate your company's perceived risk to reduce security deposit requests as well as maximize your security deposit refund.  Learners will become well-versed with the changing regulations under Directive 88 that impact liability, closure and reclamation of all oil and gas wells, pipelines and facilities in Alberta.  You will learn how to avoid common mistakes and misconceptions related to licensee assessments and gain a clear understanding of new regulatory requirements. The blended course format allows learners to begin right away on the seven on-demand modules. In the live session (via Zoom) on Wednesday, October 9, 2024 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT, the instructors will elaborate on the topics and answer questions from learners. EXCLUSIVE OFFER: Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with one of the three instructors before or after the live event.  Learning Objectives Examine what has been updated within AER liability management programs  Assess how Holistic Licensee Assessment and Security Deposits will impact your operations and planning  Assess how the new closure spending targets will affect your business Meet your instructors - Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This course was developed by regulatory experts Mark Taylor, Alanda Allum and Rob Cruickshank. As former senior leaders at the Alberta Energy Regulator, the teaching team has over 35 years of regulatory expertise and experience within the energy industry. This team will assist stakeholders avoid common mistakes and misconceptions about the regulatory process in order to maximize the efficiency of application approvals. Curriculum This regulatory course is offered in a blended format with seven on-demand modules and a live instructor-led session via Zoom on Wednesday, October 9, 2024. On-demand e-learning modules Context for Directive 88 Holistic Licensee Assessment Directive 88 Transfer Process Licensee Management Program Inventory Reduction Program Security Deposits Final thoughts on Directive 88 Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Learners will explore the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and learn how to apply them effectively in practice to drive sustainable development. Through practical examples, videos and case studies, learners will gain a comprehensive understanding of the SDGs and acquire the necessary skills to align their organizations' strategies, projects, and initiatives with these global targets. Learning Objectives Understand the background, interconnectedness and global significance of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) Familiarize yourself with the SDG framework including the structure, components, and specific targets and indicators within the SDGs Integrate SDGs into organizational strategy, mission, and vision, and identify opportunities for aligning organizational goals with the SDGs Analyze case studies and practical examples of organizations effectively implementing SDGs to apply learnings to your own contexts Gain a deeper understanding of how the energy sector is intricately linked to the achievement of various SDGs Course Developers The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists along with the collective data intelligence and analytics capabilities of geoLOGIC systems. Courses are developed alongside engagement with producers, midstream companies, oilfield services, investors, regulators, and ESG reporting agencies. Curriculum Introduction to UN SDGs Navigating the SDG Framework​ Applying SDGs in Organizational Strategy SDGs in the Energy Sector​ Measuring and Monitoring Progress Engaging Stakeholders and Partnerships Additional Information Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Carbon capture is usually the highest cost component of any CCUS project. Project managers, commercial development teams and executives need a full understanding of CCUS to support their CCUS initiatives. Carbon Capture in Practice: Technical Considerations and Cost Analysis presents a detailed and technical overview of the most popular carbon capture technologies including liquid solvent, solid sorbent, membranes, and other emerging techniques.  The course will assess the readiness of these technologies and the most important factors for selection and cost to help with project screening.  The live course is scheduled for Wednesday, November 20, 2024 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. via ZOOM.  Learning Objectives Skills to develop a business case for a carbon capture initiative based on both technical and economic criteria High level understanding of the key carbon capture technologies Understanding of readiness and selection criteria for different carbon capture technologies Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. Meet your instructor - Dr. Wayne Monnery Wayne Monnery has more than 30 years of oil and gas experience, specializing in gas processing (CO2 removal, pipeline hydraulics, separation, dehydration, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery, acid gas injection and refrigeration processes). Monnery is involved with carbon capture, teaching a course on the surface facilities technology, working as the process SME on a large SAGD carbon capture project and assisting other clients to determine best processing options. He has a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Calgary. Curriculum Basics – Carbon Capture Types Carbon Capture Technology Overviews Liquid Solvent Solid Sorbent Membranes Others Technology Readiness Technology Selection/Cost Factors Technology Costs BUNDLE & SAVE: Register for our two-course Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage bundle to gain a complete picture of CCUS for only $600 (a 25% saving). The bundle includes our Carbon Capture in Practice course (above) and the CCUS Essentials course with Richard Baker on November 27, 2024.  Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Project managers, commercial development teams and executives need a full understanding of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) to support their business.  CCUS Essentials for Energy Leaders focuses primarily on the utilization and storage dimensions of CCUS projects. The course explores the economics, key technical workflows, risk management from a subsurface perspective. It blends a reservoir engineering and geoscience technical perspective with a business mindset to outline what makes for a successful project. Participants will learn the key fundamentals required to support CCUS initiatives in their organizations. The live course is scheduled for Wednesday, November 27, 2024 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MT. via ZOOM.  Learning Objectives Skills to develop a business case for a CCUS initiative based on key economic and technical drivers of CCUS projects High level understanding of the key CCUS engineering and geoscience technical workflows Ability to manage the risks for CCUS project including CO2 containment Meet your instructor - Richard Baker Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This CCUS course is developed by Richard Baker.  Richard Baker is a globally recognized expert in CCUS with over 37 years of practical experience in reservoir engineering, simulation, EOR and thermal projects. He has worked on hundreds of reservoir characterization/reservoir simulation projects in North America, Russia, Indonesia, South America, North Africa, Middle East and the North Sea. Richard has held senior reservoir engineering positions at both Shell and Husky Oil. In addition to authoring and co-authoring 60+ technical papers, he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Calgary. Curriculum  Introduction + Overview of CCS/CCUS Economics Costs (Capex/Opex) Where are these CCS projects? (success and technical/economic challenges) General Workflow Criteria for saline aquifers (site selection) Depleted Gas Reservoirs Enhanced Oil Recovery Risk: Measurement, Monitoring and Verification  Key Questions (Learning Objectives) wrap up Conclusions and where to go? BUNDLE & SAVE: Register for our two-course Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage bundle to gain a complete picture of CCUS for only $600 (a 25% saving). The bundle includes our CCUS Essentials course (above) and the Carbon Capture in Practice course with Wayne Monnery on November 20, 2024.  Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the date of the live event Prices are in US dollars We have affordable subscription options for individuals, teams and companies. With a subscription you get unlimited access to our full library of live and e-learning courses. Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

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