(EnergyAsia, August 6, Wednesday) — The Oxford Princeton Programme will be holding a workshop on ‘The Synergies of Refining, Trading and Supply’ in Singapore from August 18 to 21.

The course is designed to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the latest business techniques and refining technologies available to the oil supply, trading and refining industries. It will also highlight how the activities of these sectors may be optimised and synergised to maximise overall profitability. 

Through a variety of case studies, delegates will be able to learn the principles of refinery planning and economics as well as the basic principles and techniques involved in trading and supply.

The course will focus on the synergies between these sectors to help companies maximise profitability. Short-term operations and medium-term planning using linear programming and long-term investment decisions will also be addressed. 

Topics covered include supply-demand fundamentals, refinery utilisation, crude oil valuation, tanker markets, refining products, key qualities and overview of processes, oil markets, paper markets, processing deals, the economics of refining processes, refining and supply planning, and project investment.

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