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June 6th, 2007

The Oxford Princeton Programme Announces Global Debut Of Oil Blending And Biofuels Courses In Singapore

Abstract:
The Oxford Princeton Programme, the world�s leading provider of training solutions to the energy, commodities and derivatives industries, is adding two new courses to its 2007 course schedule:

* Biofuels - A Key Renewable Energy Option (BIO1)
27 - 29 August 2007, Singapore

* Oil Blending- Petroleum Products Quality; Management, Control and Adjustment (BL1)
19 -21 November 2007, Singapore

"The Oxford Princeton Programme is committed to introducing courses that are relevant and timely in an industry seeking alternative green energy resources as well as techniques to improving the quality of fuel," says Clara Lippert, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. "We are committed to offering the most comprehensive, cutting-edge curriculum possible."

Both courses, debuting in Singapore, will be led by Mr. Ray Hogger, a renowned expert in fuel quality and technical contracts as well as in fuel additives, including innovative nanotechnology products and biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.

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