Friday, 29 January 2010

Time Is Now - Fever Tree (1969)

According to Mobil Cepu Limited, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia, we can expect an increase of 25,000 barrels of oil a day from East Java. Banyuurip borders the Java Sea and is home to the Cepu Oilfield. ExxonMobil seems very confident in the prospects of this oil field as they are estimating 5,000 more barrels a day than the government’s target of 20,000. Exceeding the expectation of the intended production rate has come in response to buyer’s demands. If you are among the group of traders who will be moving this oil or have aspirations to be I encourage proper training. To fulfill your needs, look no farther than just northwest of Banyuurip to Singapore or Malaysia.

Upcoming Oil Trading Workshops in Asia Pacific

International Oil Trading - A Practical Approach to the Legal Issues for Successful Management of Claims and Disputes – 12-14 April 2010 in Singapore

Principles of International Oil Trading – 14-17 April 2010 in Singapore

International Oil Trading - Advanced Techniques and Strategic Price Risk Management – 19-21 April 2010 in Singapore

Energy Value Chain – 10-11 May 2010 in Kuala Lumpur

Oil Trading Orientation – 12-14 May 2010 Oil Trading Orientation in Kuala Lumpur

For the complete 2010 Asia Pacific schedule click here.

For the 2010 global schedule of over 250 courses click here.

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