Prestigous symposium at Greenwich University

Energy, Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Maritime Education and Training, Shipmanagement — By on August 12, 2016 at 11:46 AM
Blake House, one of the buildings at University of Greenwich - Medway Campus

Blake House, one of the buildings at University of Greenwich – Medway Campus

TOFS Symposium – The Oil, Finance & Shipping Symposium, WEDNESDAY 31ST AUGUST, UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH, CHATHAM MARITIME ME4 4TB

In response to the changing nature and complexity of the Global Oil, Gas and Shipping Industries, the recent financial upheaval and 2015 commodities collapse, The University of Greenwich’s Department of Applied Engineering & Management, Faculty of Engineering and Science is holding a 1 day symposium on Wednesday 31st August 2016 on the developments and interlinkages within the oil, finance and shipping industries with particular emphasis upon contemporary issues and current trends in the Global Economy, as well as way forwards.

Leading experts from the International Monetary Fund, University of Kent, Richmond University, London School of Economics, University of Greenwich and Industry will present on the following topics:

Oil and Security; The impact of QE Quantitative Easing on the Global Oil and Shipping Markets; Banking Sector interlinkages with Global Oil and Shipping; Geopolitical Risk Management in Oil Exploration; Real Option Valuation in the Oil Pipeline Installation; Global Energy Governance; New Energy Sources like Hydrates versus Fracking versus Algae Oil; Obsolescence Risk Modelling; Energy, Economic Freedom and Entrepreneurship.

The event is open to executives and managers in the Oil, Gas, Finance and Shipping sectors who want to learn more and update their knowledge, as well as to network. Many attendees have already registered for this prestigious event from as far as the US, Canada and Oman.
Registration [free limited places] is available at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tofs-the-oil-finance-and-shipping-symposium-tickets-25860810380
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT (AEM) FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH: Directly or through Translational Collaborations (TNEs), AEM is one of the two Departments of Engineering at the University of Greenwich responsible for the delivery of programmes and research & consultancy activities in a wide range of areas including Engineering Management, ICT and IT Management, ITMB, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering, Shipping & Marine Engineering, Maritime Security, Product Design, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Solids & Liquids Bulk Handling, Chemical Engineering (under consideration) as well as Business, International Business, Economics and Marketing, Accounting, Systems Management and so on. AEM’s combined student population is in excess of 1,500 at all levels of academic studies making AEM a vibrant department within the Faculty and the University. AEM is located in the Old Naval Base HMS Pembroke, Chatham Maritime, Kent overlooking the Chatham Historic Dockyards where naval vessels such as HMS Victory were once designed well as to network. Many attendees have already registered for this prestigious event from as far as the US, Canada and Oman.
Registration [free limited places] is available at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tofs-the-oil-finance-and-shipping-symposium-tickets-25860810380

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT (AEM) FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF GREENWICH:

Directly or through Translational Collaborations (TNEs), AEM is one of the two Departments of Engineering at the University of Greenwich responsible for the delivery of programmes and research & consultancy activities in a wide range of areas including Engineering Management, ICT and IT Management, ITMB, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering, Shipping & Marine Engineering, Maritime Security, Product Design, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Solids & Liquids Bulk Handling, Chemical Engineering (under consideration) as well as Business, International Business, Economics and Marketing, Accounting, Systems Management and so on. AEM’s combined student population is in excess of 1,500 at all levels of academic studies making AEM a vibrant department within the Faculty and the University. AEM is located in the Old Naval Base HMS Pembroke, Chatham Maritime, Kent overlooking the Chatham Historic Dockyards where naval vessels such as HMS Victory were once designed and built. The Royal School of Military Engineering (RSME) located next to HMS Pembroke is also a key partner to AEM.
AEM, University of Greenwich has launched two new MSc Programmes in Global Oil & Gas Management and Global Shipping Management which combined bring together and provide the skills and technical knowledge to aspiring professionals in these crucially important global markets.

 

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