The online Energy Asset Management (EAM) trains students in the business side of the oil and gas industry. Students learn all functions within the industry (including an appreciation for the technical side of the business), and will graduate with relevant skill in the administration of the regulatory, financial, and contractual compliance workflow pertaining to energy industry assets.
The program focuses on five areas that are involved in the asset management life cycle:
- Mineral Land Management;
- Surface Land Management;
- Well and Facilities Asset Management;
- Joint Venture;
- and Operations Accounting.
After successfully completing this program, graduates will receive a SAIT diploma in Energy Asset Management. To learn more about the program and what our grads do, click here.
As an Energy Asset Management graduate you can work in the non-technical or business side of the energy industry and deal with contracts, leases, regulatory obligations, and accounting tasks; reporting to partners, management, and government. You will have career opportunities in the petroleum industry, which may involve working for energy service companies, government departments, and in field operations.
- Entry-level analyst positions in non-technical or business side of the energy industry in mineral land
- Land Contracts
- Surface Land
- Joint Ventures
- Operations Accounting
- Production Accounting
- Well and Facility Asset Management
- Governments and Field Operations
Energy Asset Management graduates are skilled in problem solving and negotiation, have a high attention to detail, are proficient with a variety of computer applications, and are able to multi-task.
This program was created with the support of the Centre for Energy Asset Management Studies (CEAMS), an organization established to influence and promote Asset Management skills development within the energy sector.
Completion of the following courses or equivalents:
- At least 60% in Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30, or 75% in Math 30-2 or Applied Math 30, AND,
- At least 60% in English Language Arts 30-1 or 75% in English Language Arts 30-2.
- All applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency prior to admission, including students educated in Canada.
There is an additional admission criterion for the program. Click here for more information.
Applications must be accepted into the program in order to be eligible to receive Energy Asset Management diploma. Click here to apply online. Please select "Energy Asset Management - Distance Education" on your application form.
The following courses are required for the Energy Asset Management diploma program. For program inquiries please contact email@example.com:
|COURSE NAME||COURSE CODE||OFFERED||PREREQUISTES|
|Professional Communication and Presentation Skills||COMM-256||Classroom or Online|
|EAM - Business Law||BLAW-205||Classroom or Online|
|Energy Accounting||ACCT-352||Classroom or Online|
|EAM Pre Acquisition & Acquisition||EAMG-250||Classroom or Online|
|Overview of EAM and Energy Industry||EAMG-210||Classroom or Online|
|Professional Communication Skills II||COMM-266||Classroom or Online||COMM-256|
|EAM Drilling & Completion||EAMG-255||Classroom or Online||EAMG-210|
|Energy Agreements||EAMG-220||Classroom or Online||EAMG-250|
|Operations Accounting||EAMG-230||Classroom or Online||ACCT-352|
|EAM Software Application||DATA-240||Classroom or Online||EAMG-210|
|Economics||ECON-302||Classroom or Online|
|EAM Maintenance||EAMG-300||Classroom or Online||EAMG-220|
|EAM Production Facilities||EAMG-306||Classroom or Online||EAMG-255|
|EAM Production||EAMG-350||Classroom or Online||EAMG-255|
|EAM Project Management||PROJ-399||Classroom or Online||EAMG-255|
|Organizational Behaviour||MNGT-250||Classroom or Online|
|Financial Decision Making||FNCE-360||Classroom or Online|
|EAM Abandonment and Relinquishment||EAMG-355||Classroom or Online||EAMG-300, EAMG-306|
|Oil & Gas Marketing||MKTG-301||Classroom or Online||EAMG-302|
|EAM Capstone||EAMG-360||Classroom or Online||EAMG-300, EAMG-305, PROJ-399|