Description

Volume 1: Education and Training for the Oil and Gas Industry:  Case Studies in Partnership and Collaboration highlights, for the first time, 8 powerful case studies in which universities, colleges and training providers are working with oil companies to produce capable, competent people.

This essential companion in our series illustrates not only the carefully researched details of the partnerships and collaborative activities, but also offers commentary on each of the cases from Getenergy’s decade of experience in uniting universities, colleges, training providers and the upstream oil and gas industry on a global basis.

Key Features

  • Edited by Getenergy’s Executive Team which—for more than a decade—has uniquely specialized in mapping and connecting the world of academia and learning with the upstream oil and gas industry through events and workshops around the globe.
  • Detailed research into the key facts surrounding each case with analysis to enable readers to quickly and effectively extract the lessons and apply to a variety of challenges in building oil/gas workforce capacity.
  • Highlights the business lessons for universities, colleges and training providers from collaborative working to support skills projects for major companies where demand is greatest.
  • Includes full colour images and partnership diagrams’ to underscore key concepts
  • Offers a unified and universal case study rating mechanism in which readers can participate on-line to be part of this important and varied community.

Readership

Professional scientists and Engineers working in the Oil and Gas industry. All education policy makers, ministries of labor, ministries of further and higher education, ministries of technical/vocational education and related education NGOs based in or operating in oil or gas producing or significant consuming countries.

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • About Getenergy
  • About the Authors
  • The Case Studies
  • Case Study 1. ENI, Mattei and Boldrini: A Radical Response to the Challenges of Developing International Energy Expertise
    • The Motivation
    • The Context
    • The Solution
    • The Impact
    • What Made the Partnership Successful?
    • The Challenges
    • The Cost
  • Case Study 2. The University of Trinidad and Tobago: A University Designed and Built in Partnership with Industry
    • The Motivation
    • The Context
    • The Solution
    • The Impact
    • What Made the Partnership Successful?
    • The Challenges
    • The Cost
  • Case Study 3. exploHUB: Developing the Next Generation of Energy Explorers
    • The Motivation
    • The Context
    • The Solution
    • The Impact
    • What Made the Partnership Successful?
    • The Challenges
    • The Cost
  • Case Study 4. Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT): A State-Funded Training Facility Built on Industry Partnerships
    • The Motivation
    • The Context
    • The Solution
    • ACEPT Partnership 1: Remote Access Training
    • ACEPT Partnership 2: The Shell FLNG Project
    • ACEPT Partnership 3: Women in Engineering Programme
    • ACEPT Partnership 4: Gorgon Entry Skills Training PROGRAMME
    • The Impact
    • What Made the Partnerships Successful?
    • The Challenges
    • The Cost
  • Case Study 5. Takoradi Polytechnic and the Ghanaian Energy Industry: An Education/Industry Partnership to Build an Energy Workforce for Ghana
    • The Motivation
    • The Context
    • The Solution
    • The Impact
    • What Made the Partnership Successful?
    • The Challenges
    • The Cost
  • Case Study 6. NorTex Petroleum Cluster: An

Details

No. of pages:
144
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2014
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
Electronic ISBN:
9780128009901
Print ISBN:
9780128009628

About the authors

Phil Andrews

Most of Phil’s career has been as an entrepreneur connected to education and training in the upstream oil and gas business. Having graduated from Nottingham University with a degree in politics he was made an Honorary Life Member of the University Union. In 2003, after some travel and a short period working in conferences and publishing, Phil became half of the partnership that founded Getenergy in Aberdeen. He has since been awarded the Livewire Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in London and was runner-up in the UK-wide competition. Under Phil’s leadership, Getenergy’s brand has achieved widespread recognition in the oil and gas and education sectors and more than 40 countries are regularly involved in its meetings, networks and publications. Phil is often asked to speak at international events and is an influential and well-respected international figure in the oil and gas industry who has visited more than 45 countries in support of Getenergy’s activities including Iraq, Libya and Equatorial Guinea. His opinion is increasingly sought by Ministers and their governments in matters connected to developing sustainable economic value through training and education funded by oil and gas activities.

Jim Playfoot

Jim is a consultant, researcher and writer working in the field of education and skills development. He is Founder and Managing Director of the London-based education consultancy White Loop. Jim’s work over the last 10 years has focussed on understanding the dynamic between education and employment, exploring the challenges of how we prepare young people for the twenty-first century and developing new thinking around how education can have real impact on wellbeing and quality of life. Jim’s work is built around a deep understanding of how people learn allied to an ability to engage, analyse and interpret evidence and opinion and produce outputs that are compelling and accessible. He has worked with partners and collaborators in more than 20 countries around the world and is increasingly focussed on exploring the potential for education as a means of promoting development objectives in Africa. In 2011, he was approached by Getenergy Events to become involved in developing their research and intelligence function. In 2014, Jim was part of the team that established Getenergy Intelligence and assumed the role of Managing Director, a position that will see him lead on the authoring of all four of the Getenergy Guides volumes.