Energy Risk Professional Exam Preparations In A Hurry

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

I frequently get questions about the appropriate timing to prepare for the Energy Risk Professional exam. In a perfect scenario, six month would be ideal, as it gives you plenty of time to adequately read the original syllabus, check everything with the ViveraRISK Concept Checkers, and then practice and prepare for the exam with the […]

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How To Make The Most Of The ERP Practice Exam

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

Note: The ERP exam used to contain 180 questions, but as of 2014, GARP has changed to format to 140 questions spread over 8 hours total. The Practice Exam and this article have been accordingly updated to the new format. Solving as many practice questions as possible is the best way to prepare for the […]

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How To Read The Required ERP Material Faster

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

A little less than two months are left until the big day of the ERP exam… I hope all of you are getting through the required reading materials as expected. If you are like me, then you probably underestimated the commitment a great deal. When I took the exam in 2010 I should have started […]

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Addicted To Oil by Thomas L. Friedman

by Admin Energy videos

Thomas L. Friedman, author of “The World Is Flat”, made a documentary for the Discovery Channel about America’s dependence on oil. I find the documentary very informative and timely, even though it was made in 2006. Topics like these are not part of the Energy Risk Professional curriculum, but it is still interesting to apply […]

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A Humorous Look At Oil Drilling, Refining, And Marketing Before Peak Oil

by Admin Energy videos

Even though this video is dated and over-the-top, it actually contains a lot of useful information in a condensed format. Enjoy!

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The Kyoto Protocol In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

The Kyoto Protocol is a somewhat dry topic in the curriculum for the Energy Risk Professional exam. It is still important to understand the basics of the Protocol, the different carbon trading units, joint implementation (JI), and the clean development mechanism (CDM). This article will give a brief overview of all. The Kyoto Protocol is […]

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The Risk of Knowing About the GARP’s ERP Program

by Admin ERP Candidate Stories

Note from Alex: This is a guest post from Richard Jide Adisah. Richard is an ERP candidate in Ghana and writes about his experiences and preparations for the ERP exam. Enjoy! If you are on this blog and reading this post, you probable know all the technical stuff you need to know about the Energy […]

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Work Smarter Not Harder For The ERP Exam

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

The Energy Risk Professional exam is a daunting task without a doubt: Looking at the required reading list alone can make your head spin. When I studied for the ERP I repeatedly wondered what I had gotten myself into. But still, I was happy to pass and in retrospect I believe this is doable for […]

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72 Free Practice Questions For The ERP Exam

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

Studying for the ERP exam demands a lot of organization and self-discipline. Once you have read all the required study material the three most important things for exam success are: Practice Practice Practice In the pdf file below I summarized the questions I found hardest from the ERP practice exam that was available from GARP […]

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The Book: Renewable Energy In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

Renewable energy is a hot topic. Especially since many developed nations have declared to shut down their nuclear plants in favor of renewables. It has long been evident that fossil fuels will not last forever, but in order to compete with them, alternative sources of energy need research and investment to increase their reliability and […]

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