ERRA is extending its 2-day Power System Basics for Non-Engineers Training Course with content on Natural Gas.
With adding 2 days on the natural gas component we are walking through participants from production to distribution, presenting the 3 main segments (upstream, midstream and downstream) introducing key engineering concepts, standards of measurements and other relevant topics.
There are a number of educational programs out there covering both the electricity and natural gas sectors but they are predominantly focused on policy or market design aspects. ERRA’s unique 'basics' courses focus on the technical, physical and engineering aspects, which are important to be understood in order for them to be regulated especially for non-engineers.
On May 10 a site visit will be organised for course participants.
Participants might choose to join the electricity OR the natural gas block only but they might decide to sign up for all 5 days (incl. site visit).
This course is eligible for 5 CER credits. More information on the Certified Energy Regulator (CER).
Fakir Huseyin Erdogan has been working for the Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey (EMRA) since 2002. He used to work in the areas of electricity market monitoring, development of legislation, sector analysis and coordination of foreign relations. He serves as Advisor to the EMRA President since February 2019. Before joining to EMRA he worked at different positions in the Ministry of Energy & Natural Resources and the Turkish Electricity Generation & Transmission Corp. Erdogan has B.S degree in nuclear engineering and M.Sc. degree in political sciences.
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Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 52. 1054 Budapest, Hungary
The program is available to classroom and remote participants parallel. Thus, if you cannot travel to Budapest for any reason, you do not need to miss this unique technical learning opportunity, you can sign up for online participation.