All signs point to increasing global gas utilization at
the expense of all other current energy sources. Attend EMI's Natural
Gas Economics 101 and understand the economics that are
driving every aspect and every decision in the natural gas industry.
Some of the areas this course will focus
Upstream Economics for the Natural Gas
Producer (NG value chain, ROI, taxes, capital
Natural Gas Processing Operations and
Transportation (midstream gas sector, treatment stages,
natural gas liquids, safety and disposal issues, pipelines,
regulations, utility pricing).
Economics of Liquefied Natural
Gas (LNG value chain, project Capex & Opex, LNG
pricing mechanisms, evolving trends – exports /
Wholesale Economics from the Seller’s
Perspective (market participants & perspectives,
financial market influences, price mitigation & volume
excursions, seller options).
Wholesale Economics from the Buyer’s
Perspective (buyer decisions, market players, analysis of
supply offers, risk control, budget & market