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Executive Specialized Master in Energy Management

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  • Objectifs
    Energy remains a vital, but elusive issue for whole world. It’s is the most important part of international trade, oil alone being the most important item in world trade. The energy industry is particularly capital intensive. Hence it is an activity characterised by heavy capital investment, long lead times, modest operational costs because of limited employment, but a high turnover and value added per person employed. This underlines the need for a strategic approach to energy issues. The programme is designed so as to give analytical skills and knowledge of current markets, business strategies and regulatory models in both the petroleum and electricity sectors. Moreover, environmental issues have become increasingly important for the energy industry, whether it is the production, the transportation or the use of energy. This is yet another aspect of the relevance of politics for business. All these reasons lead three cooperating schools, ESCP-EAP, the Institut Français de Pétrole (IFP), and BI Norwegian School of Management to offer a new Executive Specialized Master Programme in Energy Management. Situated in France and Norway, some of the world's leading energy producers, the Executive MS in Energy Management gives participants a unique opportunity to learn about a broad range of energy issues in an advanced industrial setting under sophisticated government regulation.
  • Pratiques
    The thesis is an applied research project in consultation with an academic advisor based on a professionally-oriented topic. It is a chance for the student to synthesise learned material through analysis of a particular corporate issue by using clear, detailed argumentation. The thesis marks the culmination of the degree and is orally presented to a committee at the end of the programme. It represents 30 of the total of 75 ECTS credits earned over the year.
  • Dirigé à
    Eligible applicants must hold a master’s-level academic or professional degree earned in fine arts, architecture, engineering, management, public administration, political science, or any other graduate-level degree. This requirement may be waived for applicants with non-traditional backgrounds and those who demonstrate exceptional qualities and skills. In accordance with standards set by the French Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, such applicants must not exceed 30% of admitted students per year. The following degrees in these fields (engineering, management, medecine, architecture, humanities ....) are required for eligibility: - A "Grande Ecole" degree - A Master's degree - A Post-graduate degree - A Bachelor degree with 3 years of work experience - Other degree equivalent to the above
  • Diplôme
    Executive Specialized Master in Energy Management
  • Contenu
    Programme contents 

    The 320 teaching hours will be spread over one year, in four modules of two weeks, 80 hours, each. Time will be divided equally between lectures and guided case work. A special seminar devoted to paper and thesis writing will run through the programme. Modules will be run in Oslo and  Paris

    A general management programme (finance / marketing / strategy / economy is also included). 

    Module I – Oslo

    1.      Energy economics

        - Energy economics, technologies and costsEnergy demand, use and environmental costs
        - The concept of economic rent in energy markets
        - The energy value chain
        - Energy and the environment in economic history
        - Energy Trading and Markets
        - Physical energy markets
        - Futures markets and basics of option
        - Hedging: applied concepts - strategies built on futures and options combinations
        - OTC and exchange traded derivatives
        - Computer simulations

    Module II – Rueil Malmaison

    1 The Oil Business

        - Upstream exploration, development and production
        - Downstream, refining and distribution
        - Transportation

    2        The Gas Business

        - The natural gas chain
        - Natural gas trading and pricing

    3 The Electricity Business

        - The gas and power interface
        - Electricity markets and trading
        - Conventional and new power supplies, including coal and nuclear

    Module III – Oslo

    1. Energy Policy

        - Principles and methods of energy regulation·
        - The principles and methods of energy taxation
        - Energy policy in major countries
        - Energy planning·
        - Energy privatisation

      2. Energy Corporate Strategies

        - Portfolio management, mergers and acquisitions·
        - Alliances and joint ventures
        - Vertical and horizontal integration
        - The internationalisation of the energy business
        -   Financial markets and energy industry restructuring

    Module IV – Paris

    1    Environment and Risks

        - The concept of sustainable development
        - Resources and effects
        - The costs of pollution
        - The CO2 issue, Kyoto and the market
        - The sustainable energy and environmental strategy

    2. Energy Project Management

        - Energy industry risk and capital requirements
        - Energy project analysis
        - Energy company and project financing
        - Managing complex energy projects
        - Public and private sector risk hedging

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