Online Course English for the Energy Industry

Minimum entry level: Elementary

English for the Energy Industry course description

This live online English for Energy Industry course addresses the language and communication related to a range of activities within the Energy industry such as the processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transportation, and marketing products. In particular, you will learn English vocabulary and terminology linked to the key process, and practise using this language through a range of communication activities with your online native English teacher, including presentations, discussions, technical reading and technical writing.

 

Want to know more about our courses? Read here: Live Online English Lessons: How It Works

Book a FREE Demo English lesson with your level assessment and Individual Study Plan

Have a question? Get in touch, we’re always happy to help!

 

English for the Energy Industry course outcomes

By the end this course you will be able to:

– Discuss Oil and Gas industry case studies
– Build on your skills in presenting technical information in English related to the
Oil and Gas industry
– Increase your confidence when dealing with clients and colleagues in English
– Fast track the development in your overall English language ability

 

English for the Energy Industry course sample syllabus

Introduction to the Energy business:
– Fuels and energy sources
– Types of power plant
– Supplying the customer
– Profile of an energy company
– Regulation of the energy market
– The future of the gas market
Language:
– Telephoning for information
– Expressing opinions and (dis)agreement

Markets and customers:
– Residential, business, and industrial customers
– Supplying an industrial customer
– Breakdown in supply
– Customer choice
– Consumer watchdogs
Language:
– Describing trends, developments, and consequences
– Replying to letters of complaint
– Dealing with a complaint

Protecting the environment:
– Energy saving
– The image of the energy industry
– Technical measures to reduce pollution
– The cost of protecting the environment
– Emissions trading
Language:
– Replying to invitations
– Giving a presentation

The nuclear issue:
– Developments in nuclear power
– The nuclear production process
– Safety and security issues
– Reprocessing and waste disposal
– Arguments for and against nuclear power
– Nuclear fusion
Language:
– Describing a process
– Chairing a meeting

Investment plans:
– Mergers and takeovers
– SWOT analyses
– Financial documents
– Assets, equity, and liabilities
– Coal power plants
– Disinvestment
Language:
– Discussion in a meeting

The future of energy:
– Future production, demand, and supply
– Departments and their functions
– The fuel cell
– The hydrogen economy
– Lack of vision in the energy industry
Language:
– Writing reports

 

You may also be interested in:


General English Course
General Business English course
Business English Writing Skills