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The Oxford Princeton Programme Explores the Significance of OPEC in Today’s Oil Market with Complimentary Online Course

Limited-time complimentary access to this on-demand 30-minute online course will offer users an overview of the history, structure, role and future of OPEC.

Oxford, UK (PRWEB) June 22, 2016

Pioneers and market leaders in energy education and training, The Oxford Princeton Programme has released its latest Rapid Response course, The Significance of OPEC in Today’s Oil Market. The oil price decline and recent meetings have intensified speculation on how OPEC and its members will influence the market to safeguard their interests.

“Following the recent 169th OPEC meeting in June, many wonder about the future of the cartel and exactly how much influence they will really have moving forward – not just for their member nations, but also for non-OPEC member nations,” states Clara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. “The demand for this unbiased short course has never been higher as we look to better understand how this cartel might exist in a 21st century economy.”

The Significance of OPEC in Today’s Oil Market considers what role OPEC plays in the global oil market today. Users will learn about how OPEC was formed, and its structure. It will also review what position OPEC has, including how much of the world’s oil reserves and production is controlled by OPEC member countries. Finally, the course will cover how OPEC decisions have impacted oil prices, and the different motivations of OPEC members.

To take advantage of this limited-time complimentary offering, visit and search ‘OPEC’ or click here.

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 customisable programmes for on-site team training, more than 150 public courses in energy hubs globally, and an extensive library of online courses, 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

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