Comprehensive training courses for your African downstream energy activities.


CITAC training courses will equip you with the necessary competencies and practical solutions you need to gain a full understanding of the African downstream market, improve your performance and reduce your risks.

Choose from a wide range of courses for the downstream industry covering trading, operations, finance, supply chain, LNG, shipping and more.

Held throughout Africa, all our training courses are led by highly experienced trainers, who are all leaders in their respective fields.

LPG : Investment Appraisal Workshops

CITAC’s Interactive Workshop will be run in French in Abidjan – Dates to be confirmed  More information 

 

Solving Oil Product Supply Chain Challenges

Dates to be confirmed.

This four day course will cover and discuss the following topics:

  • Assessment of the Market
    – International & African market developments
    – A focus on African oil product supply & demand
    – Oil market infrastructure in Africa
    – Key market players & strategies in Africa
    – Most common supply chains
  • Supply Chain Strength
    – Supply & demand balancing
    – Volume vs margin
    – Demand planning
    – Inventory optimisation
    – Knowing your costs, capacity and capability
    – Risk assessment
    – Scheduling and replenishment planning
    – Profitability analysis
  • Supply Planning – Product Sourcing
    – Manufacturing : How each product is made / Key product specs & what in influences them
    – Introduction to refinery margins
    – Imports: pricing and freight : Price references, base quotes & value of premia-discounts / Pricing mechanisms / Introduction to world scale, premia & shipping freight
    – Imports:  contractual terms / CIF, CFR, FOB, DET / Title risk / Demurage / Quality & Quantity
    – Optimal Sourcing
  • Sales and Operations Planning
    – Purpose & value
    – Key process ingredients
    – Ownership & stakeholders
    – Key activities
    – Design & work flow
    – IT and information sharing
    – Metrics & KPIs
    – Linkage to business & strategic planning
    – Roll up to global S&OP
  • Strategic Impact
    – Supply chain SWOT
    – Competitor analysis
    – Customer value proposition
    – Portfolio concept
  • Case Study/Simulation
    – Gap analysis
    – Building a benefits case

Your Course Consultant: Bruce Hutchison, Business and Training consultant

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