Financial Accounting for Petroleum and Methods of Costing


Course Objectives

  • Informing participants about contemporary information and knowledge about the nature of the activity in the oil institutions.
  • Enabling participants to acquire the design skills of accounting systems in oil institutions and how to handle fixed assets, expenses and premiums.
  • Enhancing capacity of participants in how to pre-production accounting treatments.
  • Providing participants with practical experiences and expertise to enable them to improve their performance in accordance with generally accepted international standards.

Who Should Attend?

  • Financial managers in petroleum institutions and their assistants, financial analysts and assistants, financial planning managers, managers of accounting, oversight and audit and chairmen of Oversight and audit committees, financial advisors, and the personnel who are rehabilitated for these positions, and those who wish to develop their skills in Areas.

Course Schedule

Nature and characteristics of activity in oil institutions

  • Production and marketing phases of oil institutions.
  • Characteristics of oil activity.
  • The impact of the characteristics on the design of the accounting system in the oil institutions.

Designing the accounting system in oil institutions and processing of expenses

  • Book collection and documentary collections.
  • Accounting guide, accounting directing.
  • Accounting treatment for search and exploration expenses..
  • Accounting treatment of capital expenditures.

Final accounts and accounting treatments in oil institutions

  • Accounts and final reports in oil production institutions.
  • Accounting treatments for fixed assets in oil institutions.
  • Handling the depreciation premiums.
  • Handling the access premiums.

Accounting for development costs and distribution of common costs

  • Accounting for ways of distributing common costs sharing in oil institutions.
  • Cost centers, cost lists.
  • Accounting for development costs and preparing the drilling cost lists.

Accounting for pre-production costs

  • The total cost method, and the method of successful efforts.
  • The stages of cost-of-production system in oil-producing enterprises.
  • The role of cost-accounting systems in the adoption and rationalization of administrative decisions in oil institutions.
  • Accounting for revenues in oil institutions.
  • Future cash flow lists in oil institutions.
  • Final financial statements in oil institutions.

Administrative and Financial Control in Cases of Financial and administrative Corruption

Course Objectives

  • Familiarizing participants with the concept and causes of administrative corruption and its negative effects on state and private enterprises, on the economy in general, and the development of possible and future solutions to address this serious phenomenon and undertake comprehensive reforms in state and corporate institutions leading to support for financial status of enterprises and companies.
  • Familiarizing participants with the system of activating the strategies of coping plans in the fight against administrative corruption and to address its causes and roots.
  • Increasing the capacity of participants in how to detect indicators of administrative corruption, wasting public money and how to build and implement preventive control systems.
  • Developing the capacity of the participants in the investigating and inquiring the administrative and financial corruption cases.

Who Should Attend?

  • Judges, jurists, lawyers, legal advisors, managers of financial and administrative departments, human resources managers, leaders and staff of the oversight, inspection, planning and follow-up in institutions, companies, candidates for those jobs, and those who wish to develop their skills in the various forms of anti-corruption.

Course Schedule

The concept of administrative and financial corruption

  • Corruption from a general perspective.
  • Administrative corruption and its types in terms of size.
  • Types of administrative corruption in terms of proliferation.
  • Causes and manifestations of corruption and its effects.
  • Direct and indirect economic factors and causes of the phenomenon of corruption.

Elements and forms of administrative and financial corruption

  • Administrative corruption and its illegality.
  • Elements of the crime of administrative and financial corruption.
  • The physical element, the mental element.
  • Images and forms of administrative and financial corruption.
  • The criminal consequence of the Act.

Effects and spread of administrative and financial corruption

  • The causal relationship between the act and the result.
  • Consequences and effects of corruption on society.
  • Criminal Intent.
  • The possibility of proliferation of administrative and financial corruption.
  • Cases of administrative corruption.
  • The effects and repercussions of administrative corruption.
  • Proposals for solutions to address the administrative and financial corruption.
  • Entities seeking to combat administrative and financial corruption.
  • The concepts associated with the phenomenon of corruption s.

Mechanisms to combat administrative and financial corruption

  • Institutional actions against corruption.
  • Practical actions that must be followed to combat corruption.
  • The system of governance and its role in the fight against corruption.
  • Combating corruption from an international perspective.

International organizations to combat corruption

  • International cooperation against corruption.
  • Aspects of public administration most affected by corruption.
  • A global instrument to combat corruption.
  • Transparency International’s opinion against corruption.
  • The outcomes of Bali Conference on promoting integrity and combating corruption.
  • The outcomes of Bali Conference on promoting integrity and combating corruption.
  • The view of the Penal Code and the procedure in administrative and financial corruption.

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