Feb 26, 2020
Want to be a mover and a shaker in the oil and gas industry? As a student in the Energy Asset Management program, you’ll study the business side of the energy industry and learn to handle contracts, leases, regulatory obligations, and accounting tasks. You’ll leave SAIT with the skills you need to confidently enter the high-demand field of energy asset management.
As a student of the program, you will learn about all functions within the industry (including an appreciation for the technical side of the business) and will graduate with relevant skills in administration of the regulatory, financial and contractual compliance workflow pertaining to energy industry assets. As a graduate of this program, you will have career opportunities in the petroleum industry in such areas as mineral land, land contracts, surface land, joint ventures, operations accounting, production accounting, well and facility asset management, as well as within various energy service companies, governments and field operations.
- Graduates of the Energy Asset Management program have an 88% employment rate
- Joint Venture Specialization establish agreements and partnership arrangements
- Mineral Land Management acquire and preserve below-ground rights
- Surface Land Management acquire and preserve above-ground land activity
- Well Asset Management
- Monitor activity, gather information and report to regulatory bodies and partners
- Operations Accounting
- Gather, calculate and report production and financial data
Credentials and Accreditation
After successfully completing this program, graduates will receive a SAIT diploma in Energy Asset Management.
There are no formal accreditation arrangements at this time. Please contact the MacPhail School of Energy for more information.
Students must attain a PGPA and/or a CGPA of 2.0 or better in each semester and pass the necessary prerequisite courses to progress through the program. To qualify for graduation, students must pass all courses, attain a CGPA of 2.0 or better and complete course requirements within the prescribed timelines.
Completion of the following courses or equivalents:
- At least 60% in Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30, or 75% in Math 30-2 or Applied Math 30, AND,
- At least 60% in English Language Arts 30-1 or 75% in English Language Arts 30-2.
- All applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency prior to admission, including students educated in Canada.