“VALUE CHAIN OF THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY: PRODUCTION, TRANSPORTATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF HYDROCARBONS.”
TEACHER: Ing. Franco Armanini
OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE: Provide the necessary technical knowledge to address the different processes that make up the oil and gas industry throughout the value chain. The processes of generation, detection, extraction, capture, storage, treatment, transportation and distribution of gas, refining of oil and obtaining its derivatives are analyzed; from the theoretical and practical aspects. Know how hydrocarbons are generated, their development and their economy. Learn how oil, gas and all its derivatives are commercially valued. The costs of the chain are analyzed, from oil and gas to derivatives products. Provide essential tools to address the problems posed by the sector, in an interdisciplinary manner; promoting effective communication between the different players in the industry. It also provides fundamental knowledge for those who develop research activities. DURATION: The seminar consists of 32 teaching hours.
TO WHOM IT IS DIRECTED: To all the young professionals of the different companies of the oil and gas industry, throughout their value chain, who seek to have a macro knowledge of the oil industry, especially commercial technicians and those who work valuing oil, gas and its derivatives; To all those who need to enter the economy of hydrocarbons; sector officials, teachers and researchers interested in incorporating knowledge about the hydrocarbon industry and its commercialization. It is not a course for commercial technical specialists.
CONTENT OF THE SEMINAR: 1. Value chain of hydrocarbons Generation. You were geological. Rocks Interior of the Earth Exterior of the Earth Sedimentary basins. Carbon cycle. Oil System Organic origin Geological maps. Exploration. Methodologies and technology. Costs Developing. Stages and evaluation. Production and treatment. Gas treatment, uses and storage, LNG. Crude treatment, uses and storage. Transport. Gas, CNG, LPG and LNG. Of the Oil and its derivatives. Refining of oil and its derivatives. Petrochemical and its derivatives. 2. Valorization and quality of oil and gas Segments of the value chain. Upstream, middlestream and downstream. Classification and properties of hydrocarbons. Impurities Technical costs of upstream and downstream. Composition of the price of hydrocarbons. Incoterms. Import and Export Parity.
3. Oil and gas market Uses and trends. Market flows: oil, gas and LNG. Reservations, production and consumption. Actors and characteristics of the market. Infrastructure. Contracts and Raw conditions. References. Raw tracers Negotiations and price range. Market information. Gas. Regulatory frameworks, planning, strategies, prices. Transportation and distribution contracts Transport. Classification. Rates and contracts. Delivery and return.