Petroleum Land Business Extension Certificate
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Location: Lincoln Park Campus, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW
|PETROLEUM LAND BUSINESS|
|The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach||•||•||• |
|Ethics and Fiduciary Duties||•||•|| |
|Strategic Thinking for Land Business|| || ||•|
|Surface Rights and Regulations Overview||•|| ||•|
|Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview||•||•||•|
|Economics and Petroleum Asset Evaluation||•|| || |
|Land Agreements||•||•|| |
|Land Negotiations||•||•|| |
|Case Studies in Land Business||•||•|| |
|*You may choose to complete courses at your own pace; see the Program Planning Guide (below) for certificate completion options. |
Please note: Not all courses are offered every semester.
|Fall schedule and registration available in June. Winter schedule and registration available in November. Spring/Summer schedule and registration available in March.|
Program Planning Guide
Not sure when to take your courses? Consult our Program Planning Guide here.
Developed in association with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL), this specialized certificate is an ideal gateway for jobs in the petroleum industry. Explore the technical, legal and business aspects of the petroleum industry and build skills in negotiations and strategic thinking.
Earning Your Extension Certificate
Complete the 11 required courses (255 hours).
The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach
From exploration to production, this course introduces the petroleum industry, its terminology and applications in land administration.
Note: CAPPA Level 1 may be taken instead. Online course must be completed within dates below.
|Subject code: XPLA 20001||45 Hours. Fee: $545|
|CRN 50297||Online||May 1-Jun. 28|| || |
Delve into the legal aspects of land ownership in Alberta. Learn the fundamental principles of land titles and property law while gaining a deeper understanding of industry practices.
|Subject code: XPLA 20006||24 Hours. Fee: $275|
|CRN 50336||8 classes||Jun. 4-27||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Tue., Thu.|
Explore contract law and common agreements used in the petroleum industry. Follow industry best practices while learning the fundamental principles of land contracts.
|Subject code: XPLA 20007||21 Hours. Fee: $275 |
|CRN 50337||7 classes||May 7-28||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Tue., Thu.|
Ethics and Fiduciary Duties
Gain an understanding of land-related ethical issues and decision-making. Explore common issues in ethics, and fiduciary duties using actual business examples and court decisions.
|Subject code: XPLA 10003||This course is not offered this semester.|
Strategic Thinking for Land Business
Examine the importance of strategic thinking in land negotiation. Learn techniques for formulating strategies and applying them to business situations.
|Subject code: XPLA 10002||15 Hours. Fee: $275|
|CRN 50661||5 classes||May 7-Jun. 4||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Tue.|
Surface Rights and Regulations Overview
Examine how the surface land department works, the ins-and-outs of regulatory bodies, and the land process from exploration to site abandonment.
Prerequisites: The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach, Land Concepts
|Subject code: XPLA 10004||24 Hours. Fee: $275|
|CRN 30931||8 classes||Apr. 8-May 2||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Mon., Thu.|
Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview
Explore the principle features, standard clauses, formalities of completion and execution, and termination of freehold and crown mineral leases while examining common regulatory and legal issues.
Prerequisite: The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach
|Subject code: XPLA 10005||27 Hours. Fee: $275|
|CRN 50660||9 classes||May 6-Jun. 5||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Mon., Wed.|
Examine the structures and contractual obligations of common exploration agreements, joint operating agreements and unit agreements.
Prerequisites: Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview.
Course materials: Available for purchase at the BookStore.
| Subject code: XPLA 20300||This course is not offered this semester.|
Review explorations, land and joint agreements, identify problems in contracts, justify interests and draft special clauses. Learn about farm-in, farm-out, pooling and disposition negotiations.
Prerequisite: Land Agreements
Course materials: Available for purchase at the BookStore
|Subject code: XPLA 20200||This course is not offered this semester.|
Economics and Petroleum Asset Evaluation
Apply economic principles and risk analysis to structure and evaluate land deals while exploring alternative value measurement methods.
Prerequisite: Strategic Thinking for Land Business, Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview
|Subject code: XPLA 10006||This course is not offered this semester.|
Case Studies in Land Business NEW!
Practise the skills gained in previous courses as you work through real-life examples of common tasks in land business. Subject code: XPLA 20021.
Prerequisite: Previous 10 Petroleum Land Business courses.
|Subject code: XPLA 20021||30 Hours. Fee: $545 |
|CRN 50625||10 classes||Apr. 25-Jun. 27||6:30-9:30 p.m.||Thu.|
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