|Code||Start Date||End Date||Location||Cost||Instructor||Register|
|PST0293-201501||Mar 23, 2015||Mar 25, 2015||Bali, Indonesia||SGD 3995||Ahmed Badawy||Register|
|PST0293-201402||Nov 05, 2014||Nov 07, 2014||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||SGD 3995||Ahmed Badawy|
|PST0293-201401||Apr 23, 2014||Apr 25, 2014||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||SGD 3995||Ahmed Badawy|
|PST0293-201301||Dec 02, 2013||Dec 04, 2013||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||SGD 3995||Ahmed Badawy|
This 3-day course will cover the essence of establishing good audit practices for internal, joint venture and production sharing contract audit processes in the oil & gas industry. Participants will benefit through specific understanding and of current industry audit practices, techniques and issues reinforced with real world oil & gas case studies learning and daily exercises.
- Review of oil and gas industry standards – best practices
- Common audit issues on JV Audit
- Cash calling and invoice funding
- How to account for JV billing statements
Production Sharing Contract / accounting
Professionals who are totally new to audit, experienced audit personnels who want to update their auditing techniques, professionals who are involved in internal, Joint Venture, or Product Sharic Contract audits, including:
Participants are expected to bring calculator.
Ahmed Badawy is a corporate financial executive with a US public corporation, leading their global IFRS and US GAAP reporting group. Prior to that and until 2009, Ahmed was a Senior Audit Manager and National IFRS conversion specialist with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Houston, where he worked on multiple international engagements for both public and private companies. He was also the Chairman of the PwC IFRS subject matter experts committee, and a leader within the IFRS core team for the Energy Sector and the Greater Houston market.
His work experience includes financial reporting and audits for SEC-listed and private oil & gas and utility companies under US GAAP and/or IFRS, plus Sarbanes Oxley compliance-related work. He has a technical knowledge of US GAAP, IFRS, and SEC reporting, and also extensive experience in IFRS conversions and in the development of IFRS implementation strategies for US companies (particularly in the Oil & Gas and Utilities industries). Ahmed is also experienced in designing and delivering training courses, and has developed technical materials for a number of energy-related IFRS events. He has coauthored a publication on the impact of transitioning to IFRS for Energy companies. A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the states of New York, California and Texas, Ahmed is also an Egyptian Chartered Accountant.