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1 A bridge between University and Industry

2 About the ISE: Postgraduate educational institution in energy sector Promoted by Repsol YPF through its Foundation Activities started in 1999 Classes of 2000 to 2006 625 graduates working in more than 35 companies

3 Collaboration with companies (I) Collaboration agreements Participation of 525 professors of 69 companies 35 companies contracted 96 % of the students of the ISE

4 ISE PROFESSORS (1) ISE professors, Retired professors, consultants (2) Iberdrola, REE, Endesa, Unión Fenosa, OMEL (3) HW, Univ. Carlos III, Univ. Autónoma, URJC, etc. (4) CSIC, IESE, ICAI Collaboration with companies (II) COMPANYProfessorsHours Repsol YPF1972.833 ISE (1)42842 Electrics (2)62193 GN, Sedigas, Enagas97781 Universities (3)301.001 Educative Inst. (4)24345 Others73603 TOTAL5256.598

5 Collaborating Institutions Educational Collaborations: Other Institutions: Universities: U. P. de Cartagena UTT U. Rey Juan CarlosU. P. de MadridU. de ValladolidU. C. La Mancha

6 Instituto Superior de la Energía General Activities Master Level Programmes Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Petroleum Refining, Petrochemicals and Gas The Gas Chain Professional Master Programmes Information Systems as a Business Management Tool Energy Law Instrumentation and Process Control Customized Courses

7 Full year courses Master Level Programmes Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, in collaboration with the Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh) Petroleum Refining, Petrochemicals and Gas The Gas Chain, in collaboration with ICAI Duration 11 months (from September to July, 1.500 hours) Language Spanish and English Oil and Gas E&P: only English

8 Venezuela (57) Cuba (4) Mexico (8) T&T (29) Colombia (22) Ecuador (25) Peru (17) Chile (1) Argentina (172) Brazil (12) Sierra Leona (3) Argelia (2) Libya (15) Spain (427) Portugal (5) Bolivia (10) Guatemala (1) Egipt (4) Latin America 44% Europe 53% Instituto Superior de la Energía Marruecos (2) Saudi Arabia (1) Africa and Middle East 3% Students´ nationality 1999-2007: 818 Students El Salvador (1)

9 Students Course 2006-2007 Students´ allocation by master 164 students

10 Student Course 2006-2007 164 students Students´ university degrees Engineers: Chemicals52 Industrial40 Petroleum16 Mines 5 Geophysical 5 Geologists 4 Mechanical 7 Others 7 Graduated in Sciences: Geologists16 Chemical 9 Environmental 1 Geophysical 1 Nautics 1

11 Gender distribution Students Course 2006-2007 164 students

12 Venezuela (28) T&T (?) Colombia (4) Ecuador (6) Peru (3) Argentina (28) Spain (87) Portugal (1) Bolivia (2) Latin America 44% Europe 53% Africa and Middle East 3% Brazil (1) Libya (3) Saudi Arabia (1) Student Course 2006-2007 Students´ nationality: 164 Students

13 Educational model Based on: Case studies analysis Execution of multidisciplinary projects under the guidance of tutors who are experts on the different subjects

14 Teaching Staff National and international energy and petrochemical field professionals Faculty staff from prestigious universities The teaching staff take part in: Definition of the academic programmes Design and application of cases and projects

15 ISE / CTR INSTITUTO SUPERIOR DE LA ENERGÍA CENTRO DE TECNOLOGÍA DE REPSOL YPF

16 Instituto Superior de la Energía

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18 SYNDICATE ROOMS INDIVIDUAL WORKSPACES

19 MSc in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production MSc in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production

20 Structure Basic Overview Block Specialization Block Team Project Block Sep. - DecemberJanuary - AprilMay - July Instituto Superior de la Energía Heriot-Watt University Where?When? Oil and Gas Exploration and Production

21 Basic Overview Block Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Objective To reach a good level of knowledge in all the areas involved in an E&P project (geology, geophysics, drilling, well testing, production, …) Methodology Programme structured in modules Carrying out real case studies Evaluation of the students at the end of each module

22 Specialization Block Objective Go in depth into certain areas of the disciplines involved in E&P projects, according with their university degrees OPTIONS Petroleum Geology Petroleum Geophysics Petroleum Engineering Reservoir Evaluation and Management Oil and Gas Exploration and Production

23 Team Project Block Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Objective To apply the concepts acquired during the previous blocks working in a multidisciplinary team in a project with specific objectives. Methodology Access to a real database of an existing field Using advanced software Tutorial by external consultants Presentation of conclusions and results for each phase of the project

24 MSc in Petroleum Refining, Gas and Marketing MSc in Petroleum Refining, Gas and Marketing

25 Dec. January Februar y March April May June July Nov. October Sept. Production Plan for Refineries Strategic PlanInvestment Project Operation Project October - DecemberJanuary - MarchApril - JuneJune - July General Modules Economic and Managerial Analysis Refining Logistics and Trading Marketing and Commercial Develop. Engineering Technological Development LPG and Natural Gas Modules Projects Self Study Afternoon Morning Petroleum Refining, Gas and Marketing Course Structure

26 Specific Knowledge Areas Crude oil and Products Processes and Auxiliary Services & Utilities in Refining Configurations and Margins in Refining Trading and Sea Transport Planning and Production Control Distribution and Logistics Processes Simulation and Control Plants Operation and Troubleshooting Refining Operations Energy Saving and Conversion Environment, Safety and Quality Maintenance Engineering, Projects Investment and Technological Development Marketing and Special Products Production and Trading Economic and Managerial Analysis Natural Gas Value Chain Petroleum Refining, Gas and Marketing

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28 MSc in Petrochemicals

29 Introduction Engineering and Operation of Petrochemical Plants Petrochemical Products Polymers Petrochemical Business Modules Projects Self Study Afternoon Morning Petrochemicals Course Structure Dec. January Februar y March April May June July Nov. October Sept. Technology Selection Ethyl benzene Plant Investment Project Propylene Oxide Purification Environmental Project Industrial Waster Treatment Simulation Project Low Density Polyethylene and Eva Copolymers Process Sept. - NovemberDecember - MarchApril - JuneJuly

30 Petrochemicals

31 Teaching Staff PARTICIPANT COMPANIES: REPSOL YPF BASF DOW DUPONT GE PLASTICS CEPSA/PETROCEPSA ERT (ARAGONESAS/AISCONDEL) LA SEDA DE BARCELONA PETRESAINTERQUISA BASELL POLIOLEFINAS GRECAT BAYER/LANXESS ANAIP FEIQUE PROPANCHEM ATOFINA

32 MSc in Technology and Management of Energy Companies

33 Objective To reach the technical knowledge and business skills needed to manage a company, in general, and specially, companies related with oil, gas and electricity Structure Two main different blocks: Energy technology and economics General and business economics (directed by the IESE) Technology and Management of Energy Companies

34 Energy technology and economics Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Petroleum Refining and Logistics Natural Gas and LPG Electricity Power Generation Transport and Distribution Electricity Market Technology and Management of Energy Companies

35 General and business economics Analysis of Business Problems Decision Analysis Control Human Behavior and Skills Operations Management Financial Management Commercial Management Information Systems Strategy Economics The Energy Sector and the Market

36 Technology and Management of Energy Companies Course Structure General and Business Economics Analysis of Business Problems Decision Analysis Control Human Behavior and Skills Operations Management Financial Management Commercial Management Information Systems Strategy Economics The Energy Sector and the Market Technology Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Petroleum Refining and Logistics Natural Gas & LPG Electricity Modules Exploration and Production Refining Gas Power Sept. - Nov.Nov. - JanuaryFebr. - MarchApril - May Projects Self Study Afternoon Morning Decem. January February March April May June July Novem. October Sept.. Decision Analysis Business Game June - July

37 ACTIVITY DISTRIBUTION ECONOMICS 30% TECHNOLOGY 70% Technology and Management of Energy Companies

38 MSc in Gas and Electricity

39 Gas and Electricity Course Structure Projects Self Study Afternoon Morning General Industry Overview Introduction to Energy Markets Economy in Energy Companies Natural Gas and Electricity Markets Energy and Environment Natural Gas Supply Gas Transport, LNG, Gas Storage Natural Gas Distribution Natural Gas Utilization Natural Gas Commercialization The Electricity Sector The Electricity Business Modules Decem. January Februar y March April May June July Novem. October Sept.. Combined Cycle Power Plant Gas and Electricity Commerciali- zation Gas Pipelines and Gas Distribution Networks October - JanuaryJanuary - MarchApril - June June - July The Liquefied Natural Gas Chain

40 Gas and Electricity Economy and Management in Gas and Electricity Sectors Modules: General Industry Overview Introduction to Energy Markets Economy in Energy Companies Natural Gas and Electricity Markets Liberalization and Regulation Energy and Environment Gas Modules: Natural Gas Supply Gas Transport, LNG and Gas Storage Natural Gas Distribution Natural Gas Utilization Natural Gas Commercialization Electricity Modules: The Electricity Sector The Electricity Business Course Structure

41 Gas and Electricity

42 Instituto Superior de la Energía Applications: Dead line: 31 March, 2007 On line: www.isenergia.org Selection process From March to June, 2007 Admissions Beginning of July, 2007

43 Instituto Superior de la Energía Instituto Superior de la Energía (ISE) Carretera de Extremadura, Km.18 28931 MÓSTOLES MADRID - SPAIN  +34 91 348 05 40  +34 91 348 05 52 Instituto Superior de la Energía (ISE) Carretera de Extremadura, Km.18 28931 MÓSTOLES MADRID - SPAIN  +34 91 348 05 40  +34 91 348 05 52 For more information and requests: e-mail: seleccion@isenergia.org www.isenergia.org e-mail: seleccion@isenergia.org www.isenergia.org

44 Instituto Superior de la Energía Professional Master Programmes Energy Law Duration: 8 months (November-June) Monday to Thursday. From 17.00 to 20.00 p.m. Information Systems as a Business Management Tool Duration: 5 months (February-June) Thursday 12:00 – 20:00. Fridays 9:00 – 13:30 Instrumentation and Process Control Duration: 10 months (September-June) One week (40 h) per month Aimed towards: Professionals while active

45 Energy Law

46 Objectives Legal analysis of the different activities of the energy companies. Analysis of the petroleum, gas, electricity, Aeolian energy, nuclear and coal markets from diverse legal perspective. Structure Modules Case study MOOT COURT

47 Information Systems as a Business Management Tool

48 Objective The Master program responds to the increasing needs to eliminate the existing barriers between the businesses and systems departments, with contents, round and practical tables that contributes the knowledge and the methodology necessary to conjugate effectively the enterprise visions of the business and technology. Focused to The Master is focused to people in charge of lines of business like commercial areas and staff, that need to acquire the necessary knowledge successfully to apply the technologies and information systems in their area of activity. Information Systems as a Business Management Tool

49 The information systems in the businesses chain of value MODULE II Profitability of the technologies and the information systems MODULE III Technologies and information systems in businesses strategy MODULE IV Managements and Operations MODULE V Applications in Business MODULE VI Introduction to the Information and Communications technologies MODULE I Course Structure Information Systems as a Business Management Tool PRACTICAL CASES

50 Instrumentation and Process Control

51 Objective To supply the theorical and practical knowledge needed for the complete professional development in this area. Focused to The Master is focused to people who work In instrumentation and Process Control area, and also, in Operation, Process, Planification and Engineering areas, among others. Instrumentation and Process Control

52 Methedology Theorical classes given by proffesionals with a long experience. Complete engineering project based on a real plant. Practices with professional equipment and simulators.

53 Advanced process control Process variables measurement MODULE II Final control elements MODULE III Process control & i nstrumentation basic concepts MODULE I Course Structure Instrumentation and Process Control PROJECT MODULE IVMODULE IXMODULE VIMODULE VIIMODULE VIIIMODULE X Safety instrumented systems, startup and maintenance MODULE V Instrument engineering projects management Instruments installation and classificated areas Distributed control systems Common process control schemes Basic Control

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