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Oil and Gas Management Accounting

Course Code: OGMA

Dates: 6 Mar - 10 Mar | 22 May - 26 May | 14 Aug - 18 Aug | 23 Oct - 27 Oct

Price: £2950 Plus VAT

Duration: 1 Week /s

Course Objectives:

This course aims to introduce you to the nature and function of management accounting specifically within oil and gas enterprises. It will address various management accounting issues, including budgeting, financial planning, cost control and variance reporting, performance reporting, capital expenditure and project controls, and auditing in the oil and gas industry.

Who Should Attend?

Planners, accounting personnel in the oil and gas industry


Prerequisite Courses

None


Course Overview

Internal reporting and control systems
Management control process and transfer pricing
Management accounting issues in joint venture and production sharing contracts
Joint account and non-operator
Reports to non-operators, national oil companies and regulatory agencies
Cost allocation methodology
Recoverable and non-recoverable costs
Budgeting and financial planning
Operating expenditure control and behaviour
Capital expenditure and control
Depreciation, depletion and amortisation (DD&A)
Typical KPIs utilised in the industry
Standard Oil Accounting Procedures (SOAPs)



Learning Goal

Participants should be able to:
Know the management information requirements of relating to the phases of oil and gas project.
Understand how to design systems to provide information for decision making relating to the phases of oil and gas projects.
Learn the general techniques for evaluating the economic viability of oil and gas projects, as well as determining the economic sensitivity of alternative strategies.
Engage with management accounting standards as obtained in the oil and gas industry.


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