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Energy Asset Management (EAM) trains students in the business side of the oil and gas industry. Students learn all functions within the industry (including an appreciation for the technical side of the business), and will graduate with relevant skill in the administration of the regulatory, financial, and contractual compliance workflow pertaining to energy industry assets. The Energy Asset Management program focuses on five areas that are involved in the asset management life cycle. Mineral and Surface Land Management Well Asset Management Joint Venture Production Accounting Operations Accounting


Graduate work-ready in only two years Learn from industry-experienced and professionallytrained instructors Be eligible to receive a piece of nearly $200,000 in student awards available strictly for MacPhail School of Energy students, and even more available from SAIT itself Take comfort that your programs curriculum is guided by our partners in industry to ensure that it remains upto-date and relevant Enjoy world-class facilities and the soon-to-becompleted, $400 million Trades & Technology Complex Benefit from the fact that MacPhail School of Energy graduates have a high employment rate and earn the highest starting salaries at SAIT

Two-year program, consisting of four 15-week semesters. Fall start. Full-time study.


The MacPhail School of Energy is the first school of energy in Canada and one of only a handful of energy schools in North America. The MacPhail School of Energy offers a range of energy training programs and applied research for students at all points in their careers. Whether you are just starting-out, looking to make a career change, or want to build on your career experiences, we have a program that will suit your needs. Training is available in all major areas of the energy industry, including petroleum, electrical, chemical, power, instrumentation, chemical engineering, environmental, and energy asset management. The MacPhail School of Energy prepares students to meet the demands of the energy sector through our degree, diploma, certificate and apprenticeship programs, distance and continuing education courses, and corporate training solutions.


After successfully completing this program, graduates will receive a SAIT diploma in Energy Asset Management. The program is approved by Alberta Advanced Education and Technology (AAET).

Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent with at least 50% in the following courses or their equivalents: Pure Math 30, Applied Math 30, or Math 31, English Language Arts 30-1 or English Language Arts 30-2. For complete admission requirements visit

As an Energy Asset Management graduate you can work in the non-technical or business side of the energy industry and deal with contracts, leases, regulatory obligations, and accounting tasks; reporting to partners, management, and government. You will have career opportunities in the petroleum industry, which may involve working for energy service companies, government departments, and in field operations. Types of starting positions may include: Junior Mineral Land Analyst, Junior Field Administrator, Junior Production/Cost/Field Analyst, Junior Surface Land Analyst, Junior Royalty Accountant, Junior Revenue/Royalty Analyst, Junior Joint Interest Analyst, Junior Mineral Fee Title Analyst, and Junior Well/Facility Asset Technician. Energy Asset Management graduates are skilled in problem solving and negotiation, have a high attention to detail, are proficient with a variety of computer applications, and are able to multi-task.

Open House Come to our Open House events in October and February to learn more about this and other programs, to tour our training facilities and meet our instructors. For more information visit Information Sessions Parents and students are welcome to attend a free information session to learn more about this program and career opportunities. Student for a Day Come try out one of our programs for yourself by registering for our Student for a Day program. You will spend a day going to classes, touring the campus, and experiencing what life is like at SAIT. For dates and more information on Information Sessions or Student for a Day, visit and view our Events page.

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To learn more about SAIT: Program details: Student scholarships and awards: Additional resources available at - Career Counselling - Academic Upgrading - English Language Foundations - Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

This program was created with the support of the Centre for Energy Asset Management Studies (CEAMS), an organization established to influence and promote Asset Management skills development within the energy sector. The Centre for Energy Asset Management Studies:


The first graduates of the Energy Asset Management program graduated in 2011. Therefore official employment statistics will not be available until 2012.

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