Although currently almost half of the energy consumed in the world is supplied by oil and its by-products, their share of the energy market has actually been declining in recent years. Oil is still in high demand in the transportation industry, because alternatives have not yet proven to be as efficient and practical.
The crude oil industry directly affects the day-to-day lives of a wide range of participants: consumers, producers, traders, hedgers, speculators, investors and policymakers. The impact on the economy and on the investment markets make this a critical area of understanding for anyone who invests, whether directly in crude oil or crude oil producing investments, or in any investment affected by changes in the economy.
Who Should Enrol
- This CE course is suitable for investment advisors or wealth managers active in both US and Canadian markets and would like to learn more about the crude oil industry.
- Individuals licensed to sell securities that are subject to Professional Development CE requirements.
- Investors wanting to further their knowledge of this commodity and to learn about the various investment vehicles that have exposure to crude oil.