PLAINSBORO, NJ and WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2013) - Pioneers and market leaders in energy education and training, The Oxford Princeton Programme will be training energy professionals on the use, global consumption, demand trends and regulatory forces reshaping the coal industry.
"The energy market is taking a closer-than-ever look at coal -- especially compared to natural gas for electric power generation," says Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO at The Oxford Princeton Programme. "As leaders in our space, it is our mission to monitor such industry trends and deliver timely training solutions to our client base.
On September 11-12, 2013, The Oxford Princeton Programme will launch "The US Coal Market -- Opportunities and Challenges" (http://www.oxfordprinceton.com/component/redevent/details/164.html?highlight=YToxOntpOjA7czo0OiJ1c2NtIjt9) in Washington DC. The course will explore the evolution of coal industry leading to its resurgence in energy sector today. The course will also highlight economic and regulatory pressures within the coal industry and examine the relationship between the natural gas markets and coal. Course delegates will be provided with basic guidelines for identifying emerging coal markets and recognizing the economic, technological and policy changes that may affect the future use of coal.
This highly anticipated course will be led by Dawn Santoianni. An engineering professional with over 20 years' experience in power generation and environmental policy analysis, Dawn has worked extensively on regulatory impact analysis over the last five years. Dawn holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering.
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About The Oxford Princeton Programme
The Oxford Princeton Programme provides the most effective and flexible approach to educating professionals worldwide on the business and trading of energy. With customizable programmes for on-site team training, more than 200 public courses in 23 energy hubs globally, and the most extensive library of web-based courses available 24/7 on www.princetonlive.com, The Oxford Princeton Programme is responsible for training a literal who's who in oil, gas, power and much more. Courses are taught by renowned experts offering dynamic and interactive instruction. With more focus, experience, and depth of industry knowledge, The Oxford Princeton Programme provides today's professionals with the tools and know-how for optimal performance. For more information, log onto www.oxfordprinceton.com.