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Go beyond the basics of hydrogen with this intermediate-level course. We offer an in-depth examination of hydrogen's critical role in the evolving energy landscape, advanced hydrogen technologies and strategies. The course not only covers the pragmatic aspects of hydrogen deployment but also navigates the complex challenges and innovative solutions shaping its future. Learning Objectives Analyze the role of hydrogen in the current energy transition and its contribution to a sustainable energy mix Understand the complexities and strategic steps in building a comprehensive hydrogen value chain Gain in-depth knowledge of hydrogen's physical properties and advanced safety considerations in various applications Examine the processes involved in hydrogen production and the development of robust hydrogen infrastructure Explore the diverse applications of hydrogen in industry, transportation, buildings, and power generation, focusing on practical and innovative uses Evaluate the economic viability and market potential of hydrogen, including an analysis of costs in the hydrogen value chain Understand the policy frameworks and regulations that support hydrogen adoption and critically assess the challenges and limitations facing hydrogen's broader implementation Course Developers     The Evaluate Energy ESG Learning team consists of researchers, oil and gas writers, and e-learning design specialists 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 Efficient Hydrogen Storage and Transport Hydrogen Essentials: Properties and Safety Innovations in Hydrogen Production and Infrastructure Hydrogen: Advanced Uses and Applications The Economics of Hydrogen Energy Challenges and the Future of Hydrogen Technology Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

This introductory Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the CCUS field, encompassing its strategic value, technological advancements, economic implications, policy frameworks, and the challenges it faces. We will identify and describe various technologies within the CCUS value chain and assess the commercial readiness. Learning Objectives Define the concept of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) and its role in climate change mitigation Examine the economics of CCUS projects, including cost factors, challenges and financial barriers Understand the core concepts and technologies related to Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Navigate the policy and regulatory landscape surrounding CCUS implementation Identify and address challenges associated with CCUS projects, both technical and regulatory 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 1. Introduction to the world of CCUS 2. CCUS Technologies 3. CCUS Economics 4. Policy and regulatory measures 5. Challenges and limitations of CCUS Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Developing a set of globally accepted sustainability reporting standards reflects the broader trend in the sustainability reporting. Organizations and stakeholders are seeking alignment among reporting frameworks to reduce complexity and improve the usefulness of sustainability information. Introduction to the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) Standards is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the ISSB and its role in promoting sustainability reporting and disclosure. Learning Objectives Understand the purpose and significance of sustainability reporting and the role of the ISSB in the context of sustainable business practices Become familiar with the key ISSB standards, their structure, content and implementation Understand the benefits of adopting ISSB standards for businesses and stakeholders Gain insight into the process of sustainability reporting and disclosure in alignment with ISSB standards Analyze the implications of ISSB standards for the energy sector 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 Module 1: Introduction to Sustainability  Module 2: Sustainability Reporting Module 3: Introduction to the ISSB  Module 4: Scope of ISSB Standards  Module 5: Overview of IFRS S1 “General Requirements” Standard  Module 6: Overview of IFRS S2 “Specific Climate-Related” Disclosures Standard Module 7: Integrated Reporting  Module 8: Case Study - How an energy company could adopt the ISSB Standards S1 and S2​  Module 9: Future Trends and Developments Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of Canada’s LNG and hydrogen export potential. In addition to learning the fundamentals, learners will evaluate market dynamics, trade strategies, investment considerations and growth opportunities.   Learning Objectives Understand the significance of LNG and hydrogen in the global energy transition and recognize Canada's potential role as exporter Develop an understanding of LNG and hydrogen production processes Evaluate market dynamics, trade strategies, and investment considerations Anticipate future trends and growth opportunities in these evolving energy markets 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 Global Energy Transition Fundamentals of LNG​ Fundamentals of Hydrogen Environmental Impact and Emissions Reduction Canada's Role in LNG and Hydrogen Exports​ Market Dynamics and Trade Strategies​ Regulatory Landscape Future Trends and Outlook Additional Information Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Even best in class operators can have spills and other unexpected environmental issues.  Regulatory Compliance: Get it right, the first time directly helps oil and gas companies prepare for unexpected compliance and enforcement actions. Participants will learn how best to write to energy regulators before and after should things go wrong. Actionable insights will be provided on best practices for compliance assurance activities that can be applied by your team and across your company. Participants will learn about different compliance and enforcement actions and how to achieve the best possible regulatory, operational and business outcomes. The live course is scheduled for Tuesday, October 29, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT. via ZOOM. EXCLUSIVE OFFERS: Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with Erin before or after the live event.  Receive three months free access to Compliance Kiwi’s mandatory notification database when you complete the course.  Learning Objectives Learn how taking a strategic approach to compliance and developing a new compliance-mindset can build trust and create value for your customers, stakeholders, and society at large Apply proactive compliance assurance approaches to reduce response times to regulatory inquires and to achieve the best possible inspection/audit outcomes Create an incident management plan that meets regulatory expectations reducing the likelihood of further compliance action Analyze enforcement decisions to determine if legal standards are met to ensure you achieve the best possible regulatory, operational, and business outcomes Meet your instructor - Erin Maczuga, Compliance Kiwi Our ESG Learning instructors and course developers have a wealth of experience delivering ESG solutions to the global energy industry. This regulatory course is developed by Erin Maczuga. Erin Maczuga is chief compliance officer and founder of Calgary-based Compliance Kiwi. Erin is a former lawyer, and Director, Compliance and Enforcement at the Alberta Energy Regulator. Erin was the original architect of the AER’s Integrated Compliance Assurance Framework and Manual 013: Compliance and Enforcement Program, with close to 15 years of legal and regulatory oil and gas experience. Erin works with clients from the energy sector to provide expert advice on regulatory applications, compliance assurance program design, and regulatory monitoring.  Curriculum Section 1: Understanding the mindset of the energy regulator and revisit how you manage compliance to increase effectiveness, reduce costs, and build trust. Section 2: Voluntary Self Disclosure – How compliance assurance activities can be proactive, preventive, and protective. Section 3: Preparing for a regulatory inspection/audit and how to regain trust when things go wrong. Section 4: How to proactively respond to regulators before the issuance of compliance orders. Section 5: Don’t pay any more than you should when being issued an administrative Monetary Penalty. Section 6: Ensure fairness in regulatory decision making and achieve the best possible outcomes. Additional Information All course materials will be available (for viewing only) to those who register after the live course Prices are in US dollars Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

Regulatory Fundamentals for Acquisitions and Divestitures is designed to guide participants through the regulatory issues related to pre-deal preparation and post-transaction implementation. Attendees will understand how regulatory, ESG, and policy awareness are integral to the business considerations of any A​&​D transaction in the upstream exploration, production or midstream markets. The live course is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 12 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 A comprehensive understanding of the factors that Canadian energy regulators (e.g., AER, CER) will consider in their review of any asset or licensee transfer An awareness of how ESG related considerations can add, or detract, significant value to a transaction An understanding of the key components of a liability management plan that the acquirer will need to develop and implement post-transaction An understanding of requirements for the new Directive: Licensee Life-Cycle Management 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 Module 1: Introduction  Module 2: Pre-deal  Module 3: Making the deal  Module 4: Post-deal  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 Still have questions? Connect with us at esglearning@evaluateenergy.com. Read more

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