Oil & Gas Fundamentals for
Conflict Management Professionals

Course Dates

Two Days (14 Credit Hours)

In Alberta so much of our business, including conflict management, can involve the oil and gas industry. This two-day course is for those who are either currently involved or anticipate being involved with oil and gas related negotiations and conflicts and would like to have a better understanding of the industry's technical jargon and how things work in the oil and gas industry both corporately and in the field. The course will cover the fundamentals of the oil and gas industry from land acquisition to drilling, production and pipeline transportation, and identify some areas where there are opportunities for ADR practitioners.

Instructor

David Hill is a seasoned oil and gas technical professional currently practicing as a conflict management specialist through his own company. He also has many years of experience in instructing technical concepts to non-technical participants. 

"Great presentations from the Surface Board and AER representatives. David's instructional time and material were well prepared and delivered. "
         -Bernadette Levesque

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals of oil and gas deposits and how they are developed
  • Learn how the resource is explored for and produced
  • Learn how companies cooperate and compete simultaneously
  • Understand the regulatory process and how it affects the negotiations
  • Learn how to apply conflict management skills to the oil and gas industry

Who Should Take This Course

ADR practitioners wanting to work in the oil and gas sector 

Course Requirements

ADRIA membership is required to take this course.

Learners must have successfully completed National Introductory Mediation (or equivalent training) prior to registering in this program.

This course is 2 days in length; full attendance is required to receive a certificate of course completion.

Course Fees

The fee for this course is $600 plus GST.

Course Materials

A course manual and materials will be provided on the first day of class.

Learning Format

This course uses lecture, guest speakers who are administrators of ADR programs, group discussion of case studies, video clips, and demonstrations.

Program Certificate Credits

Upon successful completion, this course will count as 14 hours of specialized training towards ADRIA's Program Certificate in Conflict Leadership.

ADR Designation Qualification

This course qualifies as 14 hours of specialized training toward a Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) or Chartered Mediator (C.Med) professional designation.

Alberta's association of mediators and arbitrators. 
Your source for ADR information and expertise.

Our main office is located in Edmonton:
Room CE 223A - Ralph King Athletic Centre
Concordia University of Edmonton Campus
7128 Ada Boulevard
Edmonton AB T5B 4E4

Contact Us:

Toll Free: 1-800-232-7214
Edmonton area: (780) 433-4881
Fax: (780) 433-9024
Email: info@adralberta.com

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