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Developed in 1990, the National Registry of CPE Sponsors is a program offered by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to recognize CPE program sponsors who provide continuing professional education (CPE) programs in accordance with nationally recognized standards. Many State Boards of Accountancy require CPAs to earn required CPE credits through companies approved on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. The names of approved CPE program sponsors are published here on Learning Market. State Boards of Accountancy and their licensees can refer to this listing to identify and select approved learning providers.

Mennta Energy Solutions is deemed to be a qualified continuing education provider and maintains the quality standards required to be a member.

Courses offered by Mennta Energy Solutions (sponsor ID 108314) are approved by CPE at one credit per training hour. To learn more about CPE please visit https://nasba.org/.

 

June 2018 - eNewsletters

The latest June 2018 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

'We are excited to announce the release of our latest FREE Energy Abstract - The Growth of U.S. Crude Exports. Free access is only available until this Friday, June 8, 2018!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE & ACCESS NOW!

The Growth of U.S. Crude Exports (USCE) provides a briefing on booming U.S. crude exports that almost doubled from an annual average of 591 thousand barrels/day in 2016 to 1.12 million barrels/day in 2017 and could exceed 2 million barrels/day by 2019. The abstract discusses why exports took off and where they are headed. Also described is the Gulf Coast infrastructure, the implications on market pricing and prospects for crude exports.

This is a MUST-READ Abstract with:

    Oil prices surging
    Iran nuclear sanctions pending
    OPEC deal uncertainty
    2018 hurricane season fast approaching

The Growth of U.S. Crude Exports (USCE) was developed based on Morningstar Commodities & Energy Research.

These free Energy Abstracts have fast become...'

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UPDATED: 2018 Global Course Offering Catalogue

UPDATED VERSION FOR THE SECOND HALF OF 2018!

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Brand-New Online Course: Introduction to Blockchain

This online training course provides an introduction to blockchain technology. You will learn what blockchain is, how it was originally created for the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, and some of the cryptographic techniques that underpin its unique capabilities. We will see how the technology can be adapted for business use and deployed in energy markets. You will learn about some early blockchain projects in energy markets, explore blockchain’s future potential and consider possible barriers to deployment of blockchain.

There are no pre-requisites for this course and no advance preparation is required.

You will be able to:

  • Know what blockchain is and where the idea comes from
  • Describe the potential benefits of blockchain in a business contextp
  • Point out what makes blockchain different from other database technology
  • Identify why energy markets have strong potential for blockchain development
  • Describe the basic aims of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency
  • Name and describe some of the cryptographic techniques used by Bitcoin
  • Identify ways in which the Bitcoin blockchain is suited and unsuited to business use
  • List some key features of typical business blockchain implementations
  • Identify the main benefits of blockchain technology in energy markets
  • Recognize some example blockchain projects in energy markets
  • Identify some potential barriers to rapid uptake of blockchain in energy markets


Practice exercises and self-assessment quizzes are included to help reinforce key topics introduced throughout the course.

A comprehensive final test will be given at the end of the course.

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May 2018 - eNewsletters

The latest May 2018 editions of The Energy Education Pipeline eNewsletter are now available.

'Mennta Energy Solutions, formerly Mennta Energy Solutions, has been privileged enough to train well over 100,000 of the best and brightest energy professionals in the world through our open-to-the-public, private onsite, and online courses.

After every course, we request feedback on everything – the venue, training materials, instructor, snacks, and so on.  We have gotten a lot of great feedback over the years, but let me share my favorite testimonial of all-time:

"Excellent presentation – the instructor was clearly knowledgeable, delivered at a good pace and the presentation was well illustrated with examples." M.S., ConocoPhillips

I know – it’s a nice pat on the back for us, but it doesn’t really ‘wow’ you.  However, this delegate has unknowingly perfectly encapsulated the three pillars our training is built on:

  1. Providing expert instructors
  2. Carefully crafting optimal presentation delivery
  3. Bringing the content to life with interactive examples

Join us at any of the below upcoming public courses to see for yourself what...'

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