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February 2022

Practical Interpretation of Open Hole Logs (Live Online)

February 7 8:00 AM - February 9 5:00 PM CST
$2,160.00 29 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 6 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (24.0 Hours) February 07-09 & 14-16, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of open hole log interpretation. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course requires no prior knowledge of logs or log interpretation. Attendees will learn basic interpretation techniques needed to interpret…

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Managing Mature Oilfields with Capacitance-Resistance Modelling (Live Online)

February 7 8:00 AM - February 10 5:00 PM CST
$1,080.00 29 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Larry W. Lake, PhD and Jerry Jensen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 4 Three-Hour Sessions, 8:00AM - 11:00AM CT (12.0 Hours) February 07-10, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers and geoscientists with a BS degree and with 2 or more years’ experience in managing and/or developing mature oil fields. Students should have basic proficiency in Excel and bring their own laptop. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Developing and managing mature oil fields can have many challenges. Ideally,…

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Depositional Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin (Live Online)

February 14 8:00 AM - February 18 5:00 PM CST
$1,800.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: John W. Snedden, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 10 Two-Hour Sessions, 7:00PM - 9:00PM CT (20.0 Hours) February 14-18 & 21-25, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course has been designed for working geoscientists who wish to develop a thorough understanding of the Gulf of Mexico tectonostratigraphic history, supporting regional and prospect evaluation. Covers basin history and current exploration in the US and Mexico, Mesozoic and Cenozoic. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Gulf of Mexico’s stratigraphic…

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Depositional Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin (Live Online)

February 21 8:00 AM - February 25 5:00 PM CST
$1,800.00 29 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: John W. Snedden, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 10 Two-Hour Sessions, 7:00PM - 9:00PM CT (20.0 Hours) February 14-18 & 21-25, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course has been designed for working geoscientists who wish to develop a thorough understanding of the Gulf of Mexico tectonostratigraphic history, supporting regional and prospect evaluation. Covers basin history and current exploration in the US and Mexico, Mesozoic and Cenozoic. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Gulf of Mexico’s stratigraphic…

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Production Forecasting For Low Permeability Reservoirs (Live Online)

February 28 8:00 AM - March 3 5:00 PM CST
$1,440.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: W. John Lee, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) February 28 - March 03, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, geologists, financial analysts, investors, bankers, or anyone who needs to understand traditional and recent methods to forecast production for low-permeability oil and gas reservoirs. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course summarizes decline curve analysis (DCA), including Arps’ decline models, linear flow models, and other recent decline…

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March 2022

Reservoir Characterization for Mudrock Reservoirs (Live Online)

March 7 8:00 AM - March 9 5:00 PM CST
$2,160.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 6 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (24.0 Hours) March 07-09 & 14-16, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, & engineers who are interested in exploring and developing resources in mudrock formations. The course is intended to be an overview of various successful and unsuccessful mudrock systems. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to mudrock resource plays.  A wide range of…

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Pore Pressure, Fracture Pressure and Well-Bore Stability

March 7 8:00 AM - March 9 5:00 PM CST
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Selim Shaker, PhD DISCIPLINE: Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (March 07-09, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: In-House & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, drilling and reservoir engineers, well log analysts, basin-model specialists, managers, and support staff involved in exploration, development and drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a comprehensive course using the basic models of geology, rock-mechanics and hydrodynamics to predict and appraise subsurface geopressure and, consequently, evaluate your prospect risk pre-and post-drilling. Participants will learn how to calculate…

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Artificial Lift and Real-Time Optimization for Unconventional Assets

March 7 8:00 AM - March 9 5:00 PM CST
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
$2,850.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Rajan N. Chokshi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (March 07-09, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Artificial lift and production personnel responsible for shale fields development and production. Reservoir, completion, drilling and facilities engineers working on shale development. Field and asset supervisors and managers interested in improving performance of their unconventional assets. Anyone interested in learning about artificial lift and unique challenges of unconventional production. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Unlike conventional production, unconventional…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

March 14 8:00 AM - March 18 5:00 PM CDT
Dallas, Texas Training Center Dallas, TX United States
$3,775.00 30 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

March 14 8:00 AM - March 18 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 28 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage – An Engineering Perspective (Live Online)

March 14 8:00 AM - March 18 5:00 PM CDT
$1,800.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Christine Ehlig-Economides, PhD and Dimitrios Hatzignatiou, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 5 Half-Day Sessions, 7:00PM - 11:00PM CT (20.0 Hours) March 14-18, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Petroleum engineers and geoscientists interested or already engaged in methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) capture from industrial and agricultural sources and from the air, CO2 utilization for enhanced oil recovery (EOR), and CO2 storage in depleted reservoirs and saline aquifers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The primary…

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Cement Evaluation and Repair Workshop

March 21 8:00 AM - March 22 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,125.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTORS: William K. "Bill" Ott, PE and James J. Smolen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (March 21-22, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Drilling and completion engineers, field supervisors, petroleum engineers and geologists, company executives and officials, independent producers, field personnel with operating & service companies, production managers and engineers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-day training course will focus on detection of fluid channels, voids and leaks, and their effective repair. Poor cement coverage often leads to production…

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Project Management Professional Exam Prep Course (Live Online)

March 21 8:00 AM - March 24 5:00 PM CDT
$2,880.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Jill Almaguer, PE, MBA, PMP DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 8 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (32.0 Hours) March 21-24 & 28-31, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Any professional who participates in project related work as a stakeholder including project sponsor, project team member or project manager. Anyone who needs the formal education in project management to apply for the Project Management Professional certification exam. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is based on…

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PRMS and SEC Reserves and Resources Regulations (Live Online)

March 28 8:00 AM - March 31 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 29 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: W. John Lee, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) March 28-31, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reserves analysts, geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, and managers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will provide a detailed description of the 2018 PRMS update, including resources classes, categories, and status; resources assessment methods; key changes in the 2018 update (compared to the earlier 2007 PRMS); and navigating in the PRMS document itself.…

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Applied Deep-Water Sedimentology & Stratigraphy

March 28 8:00 AM - April 1 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Jon R. Rotzien, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (March 28 - April 01, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course is designed for employees of all ages primarily interested in siliciclastic sedimentation, stratigraphy and petroleum reservoirs as they pertain to the exploration and development of oil and natural gas. Professionals may be engaged in technical to management positions. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day seminar is designed to provide professionals with a…

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April 2022

Geosteering: Best Practices, Pitfalls & Applied Solutions (Live Online)

April 4 8:00 AM - April 7 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 30 tickets left
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The course will include intermediate-level review of the topics that most often impact the geosteering effort, including best practices that account for the most common sources of difficulty.

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Refrac Candidate Selection, Execution and Performance Evaluation for Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs (Live Online)

April 4 8:00 AM - April 7 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM – 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) April 04-07, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, managers, and geoscientists who want to maximize the probability of success and minimize surprises from a refrac program in unconventional or conventional reservoirs. Particular emphasis is placed on managing primary (parent) - infill (child) frac interactions within a drilling spacing unit to avoid EUR losses and to maximize…

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Applied Drilling Engineering Optimization for Drilling Engineers

April 4 8:00 AM - April 5 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,125.00 29 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (April 04-05, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Topics will include techniques of optimization, basic concepts, different optimization methods, hydraulic optimization, different nozzle selection criteria, diamond and roller cone bit weight on bit, rotary speed drilling optimization, hydraulic optimization with special downhole…

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Carbonate Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy

April 4 8:00 AM - April 8 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Oscar Lopez-Gamundi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (April 04-08, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Designed for geologist, geophysicists, and engineers actively working in the exploration and production of carbonate rocks. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day course covers the basic concepts of carbonate sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy with emphasis on their practical applications for oil and gas exploration, appraisal and production. All concepts are illustrated with examples of outcrop well-log, core and seismic…

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Applied Drillstring Mechanics for Drilling Engineers

April 6 8:00 AM - April 7 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (April 06-07, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors, and pipe manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course provides a comprehensive treatment of drill string design, practices with theoretical underpinnings. Various operational loads and limits discussed will provide more comprehensive view of the…

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Principles and Practices of Mud Motor

April 8 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (April 08, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors mud motor designers and manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is focused on developing an understanding of positive displacement motors, commonly called mud motors. A mud motor is a simple but elegant machine…

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The Practice of Seismic Stratigraphy in Deepwater Settings

April 11 8:00 AM - April 13 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Bradford E. Prather DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 3 Days (April 11-13, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers, supervisors, managers, and technical support staff who are interested in learning the fundamentals of deepwater (turbidite) depositional systems for application to development and exploration. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Play-based exploration as used in the oil industry relies on developing a thorough understanding of the evolution of key sedimentary sequences through time in the form of Gross…

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The Daniel J. Tearpock Geoscience Certification Program (“Geoscience Boot Camp”)

April 18 8:00 AM - July 8 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$43,500.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: SCA Staff DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 60 Days (April 18 - July 08, 2022) CEUS: 23.2 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House  WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This program is recommended for early career geoscientists and engineers who will benefit from a timely and cost-effective means of learning and applying geology, geophysics and engineering fundamentals in order to accelerate their contributions to exploration or development teams working in the upstream oil and gas industry. The program is applicable to cross-discipline technical…

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Basics of the Petroleum Industry

April 18 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$1,450.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Susan Howes, PE, PHR DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (April 18, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Entry level geoscientists and engineers, as well as administrative assistants, clerks, lawyers, landmen, accountants, supervisors and managers. Also for participants coming to the oil industry from other backgrounds or industries. COURSE DESCRIPTION: A MUST course for new hires in the industry as well as non-technical personnel and support staff. Basics of the Petroleum…

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Well Stimulation Workshop: Practical and Applied (Live Online)

April 18 11:00 PM - April 22 3:00 AM CDT
$3,600.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Gerrit Nitters and Leo Roodhart, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 10 Half-Day Sessions, 11:00PM – 3:00AM CT (40.0 Hours) April 18-22 & 25-29, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online  WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Senior technologists and middle management, those involved in development planning, economics and production operations, production chemists, well stimulation specialists and well completions design engineers, in conventional as well as unconventional plays including shale gas, coal bed methane, etc. This includes completion, production, reservoir and drilling…

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Structural Styles in Petroleum Exploration and Production

April 19 8:00 AM - April 22 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,050.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Lansing Taylor, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 4 Days (April 19-22, 2022) CEUS: 3.2 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Exploration and production geologists, geophysicists and engineers who need to develop knowledge in a broad range of global structural styles; understand the structural geometry of trap-forming structures and to apply structural techniques to make improved seismic interpretations, balanced cross sections and structural maps in complex areas. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Structural geology is often the fundamental key to…

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Structural and Sequence Stratigraphic Field Course (Hill Country, TX)

April 23 8:00 AM - April 24 5:00 PM CDT
Texas Hill Country TX United States
$2,250.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Lansing Taylor, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 2 Days (April 23-24, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, managers, and technicians who wish to develop a better understanding of rock formations (structure and stratigraphy) and how they relate to the everyday work in exploration, development, and production. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This field training course focuses on upper Cretaceous carbonates exposed on the Llano uplift. These formations are productive for oil and gas…

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Practical Interpretation of Open Hole Logs

April 25 8:00 AM - April 29 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (April 25-29, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of open hole log interpretation. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course requires no prior knowledge of logs or log interpretation. Attendees will learn basic interpretation techniques needed to interpret open hole well logs. Both quick-look qualitative…

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Maximizing Upstream Oil/Gas Exploitation Value by Leveraging Subsurface Excellence, Innovation & Digitalization (SSXID)

April 25 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$1,450.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Srini Prasad DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (April 25, 2022) AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online     WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Subsurface Managers, and Asset Managers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The class provides an overview of how to maximize value in the upstream oil & gas exploitation space by leveraging subsurface excellence, innovation, and digitalization (SSXID). The subsurface is the foundation of an upstream oil and gas company. The rock and fluid characteristics are key to getting…

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Developing Robust Production Forecasts: Do’s and Don’ts

April 26 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Srini Prasad DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (April 26, 2022) AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir Engineers, Production Engineers, Subsurface Managers, and Asset Managers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Developing and sustaining a production delivery track record of meeting or exceeding expectations is a critical component of ensuring that an upstream oil/gas company is properly valued by the industry and the investment community. Success depends upon creating the right production forecast (and range) and then delivering the…

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May 2022

Applied Drilling Engineering Optimization for Drilling Engineers (Live Online)

May 2 8:00 AM - May 5 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) May 02-05, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Topics will include techniques of optimization, basic concepts, different optimization methods, hydraulic optimization, different nozzle selection criteria, diamond and roller cone bit weight on bit, rotary speed drilling optimization,…

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Sequence Stratigraphy Applied to O&G Exploration

May 2 8:00 AM - May 6 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Oscar Lopez-Gamundi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (May 02-06, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists and engineers actively working in exploration and production: COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day course covers the concepts and practical applications of sequence stratigraphy for oil and gas exploration, appraisal and production. All concepts are illustrated with examples of seismic, well-log, core, and outcrop data. The exercises emphasize the recognition of termination patterns, sequence stratigraphic surfaces…

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The Book Cliffs, Utah: A Case Study In Coastal Sequence Stratigraphy

May 2 8:00 AM - May 6 5:00 PM CDT
Salt Lake City, Utah Training Center Salt Lake City, UT United States
$5,850.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: William Little, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (May 02-06, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course is designed for petroleum geologists, geophysicists, and engineers who have a basic understanding of depositional systems and stratigraphic principles but desire a stronger working knowledge of sequence stratigraphy, based on a hands-­on field experience. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Book Cliffs of Utah have become the premier locality globally for field teaching of sequence stratigraphy. Continuous, well-­exposed and…

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Applied Seismic Interpretation Workshop

May 9 8:00 AM - May 10 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,125.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: James J. Willis, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (May 09-10, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Petroleum geoscientists, petroleum engineers and those interacting with or supporting these professionals in the search for or the exploitation of hydrocarbons. COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this two-day course, we review and apply the basics of seismic interpretation as related to oil and gas exploration, development and production. During the first morning, we review the geophysical principles of…

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Drilling Fluids (Live Online)

May 9 8:00 AM - May 11 5:00 PM CDT
$2,160.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Lee A. Richards, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 6 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (24.0 Hours) May 09-11 & 16-18, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers and well operations personnel who would like to gain greater understanding of drilling fluids, their application and the principles behind fluid treatment. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to improve understanding of drilling fluids and the theory behind fluid treatment and maintenance. Often during operations…

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Energy Transition for Petroleum Professionals (Live Online)

May 9 8:00 AM - May 11 5:00 PM CDT
$2,160.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: D. Nathan Meehan, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 6 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (24.0 Hours) May 09-11 & 16-18, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of the energy transition and how it will affect future oil and gas activities and what the opportunities are to be “part of the solution.” COURSE…

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Applied Contouring Workshop

May 11 8:00 AM - May 13 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Sia Agah DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (May 11-13, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House TESTIMONIAL: “The ‘students’ were very challenged, technically stretched, loved it all, and are now are mentally exhausted (perfect!). None of them will look at a computer generated contour map the same way again! (this is exactly what I wanted). I am very happy with the way it went, and that we were able to offer something of this quality to our staff.” -…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

May 16 8:00 AM - May 20 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Well Control for Drilling Engineers and Senior Rig Personnel

May 23 8:00 AM - May 26 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
$3,375.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Lee A. Richards, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 4 Days (May 23-26, 2022) CEUS: 3.2 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers and senior well operations personnel who would like to gain greater understanding of well control principals that go beyond those taught in commercially offered well control courses. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to break out of the formula driven well control techniques taught by many commercial well control education providers. The courses offered…

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QC Techniques for Reviewing Prospects & Acquisitions

May 23 8:00 AM - May 25 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Shoup DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (May 23-25, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   COURSE DESCRIPTION: Do you want to avoid drilling dry holes? Do you want accurate reserve assessments? Almost all maps generated in a workstation are wrong, sometime significantly so. Reserves estimated from those maps are inaccurate. Prospects drilled on those maps are often dry holes. This course addresses the need for a systematic approach for quickly screening interpretations, maps, and prospects to…

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Cased Hole and Production Log Evaluation

May 23 8:00 AM - May 27 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: James Smolen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (May 23-27, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir and production engineers and geologists, cased hole sales engineers, petrophysicists, log analysts and others involved in maximizing recovery, identifying production problems or planning workover operations. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This comprehensive, up-to-date course covers new and traditional wireline diagnostic techniques for cased wells and emphasizes three major factors. 1.) Evaluation of formation through casing focuses on locating…

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Mapping Seismic Data Workshop

May 23 8:00 AM - May 25 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Alan Cherry DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (May 23-25, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Entry to intermediate level geologists and geophysicists who have some basic experience interpreting seismic data. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a MUST course for new interpreters of 2-D and 3-D seismic data. How do you accurately interpret seismic data? How do you loop-tie seismic data to validate your interpretation? How do you generate fault and horizon maps from seismic data?…

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Basic Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers

May 26 8:00 AM - May 27 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Susan Howes PE PHR DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (May 26-27, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geoscientists, geotechs, engineering techs, landmen, attorneys, financial and accounting managers, support professionals, and other non-technical personnel who require a basic understanding of petroleum engineering. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-day course describes the main aspects of petroleum engineering with the different engineering functions of the petroleum business broken down into a discussion of each discipline,…

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Modern Coastal Systems of Texas Field Course (Galveston, Texas)

May 28 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Galveston Training Center Galveston, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Julia Smith Wellner, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 1 Day (May 28, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Exploration and development geologists, engineers, geophysicists and managers desiring hands-on clastic depositional systems experience. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Sea level has fluctuated across the Texas continental shelf and coastline throughout time. What does this mean for the rivers and coastal deposits of Texas? The processes shaping our rivers and beaches essentially were the same in the past as…

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June 2022

Unconventional Resource Plays – Workshop

June 6 8:00 AM - June 8 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (June 06-08, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers and managers who are exploring for and developing oil and gas fields in unconventional, basin-centered petroleum systems. Basic knowledge of well log evaluation is recommended. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This three-day workshop introduces sound evaluation techniques used in choosing and developing “unconventional resource new ventures.” It combines geology, reservoir engineering,…

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Principles and Practices of Mud Motor (Live Online)

June 6 8:00 AM - June 7 5:00 PM CDT
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INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (8.0 Hours) June 06-07, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors mud motor designers and manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is focused on developing an understanding of positive displacement motors, commonly called mud motors. A mud motor is…

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Introduction to Drilling Engineering

June 6 8:00 AM - June 7 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Lee A. Richards, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (June 06-07, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Entry level drilling engineers, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors (company men), geologists, and other personnel that need to advance their knowledge into the basic theory of oil and gas well drilling and engineering. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course gives students an overview of well drilling and an introduction to the principles that govern…

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Depositional Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin

June 6 8:00 AM - June 8 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: John W. Snedden, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (June 06-08, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course has been designed for working geoscientists who wish to develop a thorough understanding of the Gulf of Mexico tectonostratigraphic history, supporting regional and prospect evaluation. Covers basin history and current exploration in the US and Mexico, Mesozoic and Cenozoic. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Gulf of Mexico’s stratigraphic and structural history underlies and supports one…

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Drilling Fluids

June 8 8:00 AM - June 10 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Lee A. Richards, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (June 08-10, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers and well operations personnel who would like to gain greater understanding of drilling fluids, their application and the principles behind fluid treatment. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to improve understanding of drilling fluids and the theory behind fluid treatment and maintenance. Often during operations drilling engineers and well-site supervisors lack the…

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Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage – An Engineering Perspective

June 13 8:00 AM - June 15 5:00 PM CDT
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INSTRUCTOR: Christine Ehlig-Economides, PhD and Dimitrios Hatzignatiou, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (June 13-15, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Petroleum engineers and geoscientists interested or already engaged in methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) capture from industrial and agricultural sources and from the air, CO2 utilization for enhanced oil recovery (EOR), and CO2 storage in depleted reservoirs and saline aquifers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The primary topics of discussion during this…

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Managing Mature Oilfields with Capacitance-Resistance Modelling (Live Online)

June 13 8:00 AM - June 16 5:00 PM CDT
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INSTRUCTOR: Larry W. Lake, PhD and Jerry Jensen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 4 Three-Hour Sessions, 7:00PM - 10:00PM CT (12.0 Hours) June 13-16, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers and geoscientists with a BS degree and with 2 or more years’ experience in managing and/or developing mature oil fields. Students should have basic proficiency in Excel and bring their own laptop. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Developing and managing mature oil fields can have many challenges. Ideally,…

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July 2022

Pressure Transient Well Test Design and Interpretation

July 11 8:00 AM - July 15 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Christine Ehlig-Economides, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (July 11-15, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers and geoscientists interested in well and reservoir evaluation from well tests and production data.   COURSE DESCRIPTION: This 5-day course will provide a comprehensive view of pressure transient test design and interpretation. The emphasis is on understanding how well and reservoir parameters of practical interest can be quantified from well tests. Well parameters…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

July 18 8:00 AM - July 22 5:00 PM CDT
Kuala Lumpur Training Center Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Shoup DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (July 18-22, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, managers and support staff involved in exploration or development. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation. Mapping techniques, examples and…

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Refrac Candidate Selection, Execution and Performance Evaluation for Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs

July 25 8:00 AM - July 27 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (July 25-27, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, managers, and geoscientists who want to maximize the probability of success and minimize surprises from a refrac program in unconventional or conventional reservoirs. Particular emphasis is placed on managing primary (parent) - infill (child) frac interactions within a drilling spacing unit to avoid EUR losses and to maximize the number of wellbores within…

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Production Forecasting For Low Permeability Reservoirs (Live Online)

July 25 8:00 AM - July 28 5:00 PM CDT
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INSTRUCTOR: W. John Lee, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) July 25-28, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, geologists, financial analysts, investors, bankers, or anyone who needs to understand traditional and recent methods to forecast production for low-permeability oil and gas reservoirs. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course summarizes decline curve analysis (DCA), including Arps’ decline models, linear flow models, and other recent decline analysis approaches. We…

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August 2022

Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

August 1 8:00 AM - August 5 5:00 PM CDT
Denver Training Center Denver, CO United States
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

August 1 8:00 AM - August 5 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Artificial Lift and Production Optimization Solutions

August 1 8:00 AM - August 5 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Rajan N. Chokshi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (August 01-05, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Production engineers and field operators, Reservoir engineers, Completion Engineers, Drilling and facilities engineers working in integrated project teams. Anyone who is interested in learning about selection, design, analysis and optimum operation of artificial lift and related production systems. Project and asset managers interested in expanding their understanding of the effects of artificial lift on the…

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PRMS and SEC Reserves and Resources Regulations (Live Online)

August 8 8:00 AM - August 11 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: W. John Lee, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) August 08-11, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reserves analysts, geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, and managers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will provide a detailed description of the 2018 PRMS update, including resources classes, categories, and status; resources assessment methods; key changes in the 2018 update (compared to the earlier 2007 PRMS); and navigating in the PRMS document itself.…

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Reservoir Management of Unconventional Reservoirs: From Inception to Maturity

August 15 8:00 AM - August 16 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Shah Kabir DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (August 15-16, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir and production engineers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-and-half-day workshop entails a fundamental understanding of well performance with the use of several tools, such as RTA and DCA. Application of DCA emphasizes matching the cumulative- production curve for retaining solution consistency and objectivity. Overall, suitability of these tools for reserves forecasting will be the cornerstone of…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

August 22 8:00 AM - August 26 5:00 PM CDT
Dallas, Texas Training Center Dallas, TX United States
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Carbonate Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy

August 22 8:00 AM - August 26 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Oscar Lopez-Gamundi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (August 22-26, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Designed for geologist, geophysicists, and engineers actively working in the exploration and production of carbonate rocks. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day course covers the basic concepts of carbonate sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy with emphasis on their practical applications for oil and gas exploration, appraisal and production. All concepts are illustrated with examples of outcrop well-log, core and seismic…

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Applied Drilling Engineering Optimization for Drilling Engineers

August 29 8:00 AM - August 30 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (August 29-30, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Topics will include techniques of optimization, basic concepts, different optimization methods, hydraulic optimization, different nozzle selection criteria, diamond and roller cone bit weight on bit, rotary speed drilling optimization, hydraulic optimization with special downhole…

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Principles and Practices of Mud Motor

August 31 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
$1,625.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (August 31, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors mud motor designers and manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is focused on developing an understanding of positive displacement motors, commonly called mud motors. A mud motor is a simple but elegant machine…

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September 2022

Applied Drillstring Mechanics for Drilling Engineers

September 1 8:00 AM - September 2 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (September 01-02, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors, and pipe manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course provides a comprehensive treatment of drill string design, practices with theoretical underpinnings. Various operational loads and limits discussed will provide more comprehensive view of the…

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Predicting Organic Shale Well Performance

September 12 8:00 AM - September 13 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robert "Bob" Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (September 12-13, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, geoscientists, asset managers who want to develop techniques for predicting well performance in organic shale reservoirs by integrating petrophysical analysis with rock properties, production data. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Petrophysical analysis of organic shale reservoirs is more complicated than analysis of conventional reservoirs.  The presence of kerogen in organic shale reservoirs introduces a level of…

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Managing Mature Oilfields with Capacitance-Resistance Modelling

September 12 8:00 AM - September 13 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Larry W. Lake, PhD and Jerry Jensen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (September 12-13, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers and geoscientists with a BS degree and with 2 or more years’ experience in managing and/or developing mature oil fields. Students should have basic proficiency in Excel and bring their own laptop. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Developing and managing mature oil fields can have many challenges. Ideally, a history-matched reservoir simulation model…

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The Daniel J. Tearpock Geoscience Certification Program (“Geoscience Boot Camp”)

September 26 8:00 AM - December 16 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: SCA Staff DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 60 Days (September 26 - December 16, 2022) CEUS: 23.2 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House  WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This program is recommended for early career geoscientists and engineers who will benefit from a timely and cost-effective means of learning and applying geology, geophysics and engineering fundamentals in order to accelerate their contributions to exploration or development teams working in the upstream oil and gas industry. The program is applicable to cross-discipline technical…

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Basics of the Petroleum Industry

September 26 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Susan Howes, PE, PHR DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 1 Day (September 26, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Entry level geoscientists and engineers, as well as administrative assistants, clerks, lawyers, landmen, accountants, supervisors and managers. Also for participants coming to the oil industry from other backgrounds or industries. COURSE DESCRIPTION: A MUST course for new hires in the industry as well as non-technical personnel and support staff. Basics of the Petroleum…

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Structural Styles in Petroleum Exploration and Production

September 27 8:00 AM - September 30 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Lansing Taylor, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 4 Days (September 27-30, 2022) CEUS: 3.2 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Exploration and production geologists, geophysicists and engineers who need to develop knowledge in a broad range of global structural styles; understand the structural geometry of trap-forming structures and to apply structural techniques to make improved seismic interpretations, balanced cross sections and structural maps in complex areas. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Structural geology is often the fundamental key to…

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October 2022

Structural and Sequence Stratigraphic Field Course (Hill Country, TX)

October 1 8:00 AM - October 2 5:00 PM CDT
Texas Hill Country TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Lansing Taylor, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 2 Days (October 01-02, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, managers, and technicians who wish to develop a better understanding of rock formations (structure and stratigraphy) and how they relate to the everyday work in exploration, development, and production. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This field training course focuses on upper Cretaceous carbonates exposed on the Llano uplift. These formations are productive for oil and gas…

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Sequence Stratigraphy Applied to O&G Exploration

October 3 8:00 AM - October 7 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Oscar Lopez-Gamundi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (October 03-07, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists and engineers actively working in exploration and production: COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day course covers the concepts and practical applications of sequence stratigraphy for oil and gas exploration, appraisal and production. All concepts are illustrated with examples of seismic, well-log, core, and outcrop data. The exercises emphasize the recognition of termination patterns, sequence stratigraphic surfaces…

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The Book Cliffs, Utah: A Case Study In Coastal Sequence Stratigraphy

October 3 8:00 AM - October 7 5:00 PM CDT
Salt Lake City, Utah Training Center Salt Lake City, UT United States
$5,850.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: William Little, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (October 03-07, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course is designed for petroleum geologists, geophysicists, and engineers who have a basic understanding of depositional systems and stratigraphic principles but desire a stronger working knowledge of sequence stratigraphy, based on a hands-­on field experience. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Book Cliffs of Utah have become the premier locality globally for field teaching of sequence stratigraphy. Continuous, well-­exposed and…

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Practical Interpretation of Open Hole Logs

October 10 8:00 AM - October 14 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (October 10-14, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of open hole log interpretation. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course requires no prior knowledge of logs or log interpretation. Attendees will learn basic interpretation techniques needed to interpret open hole well logs. Both quick-look qualitative…

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Artificial Lift and Real-Time Optimization for Unconventional Assets

October 10 8:00 AM - October 12 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Rajan N. Chokshi, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (October 10-12, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Artificial lift and production personnel responsible for shale fields development and production. Reservoir, completion, drilling and facilities engineers working on shale development. Field and asset supervisors and managers interested in improving performance of their unconventional assets. Anyone interested in learning about artificial lift and unique challenges of unconventional production. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Unlike conventional production, unconventional…

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Applied Deep-Water Sedimentology & Stratigraphy

October 10 8:00 AM - October 14 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Jon R. Rotzien, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (October 10-14, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course is designed for employees of all ages primarily interested in siliciclastic sedimentation, stratigraphy and petroleum reservoirs as they pertain to the exploration and development of oil and natural gas. Professionals may be engaged in technical to management positions. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This five-day seminar is designed to provide professionals with a modern awareness of…

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Applied Seismic Interpretation Workshop

October 17 8:00 AM - October 18 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: James J. Willis, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (October 17-18, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Petroleum geoscientists, petroleum engineers and those interacting with or supporting these professionals in the search for or the exploitation of hydrocarbons. COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this two-day course, we review and apply the basics of seismic interpretation as related to oil and gas exploration, development and production. During the first morning, we review the geophysical principles of…

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Well Stimulation Workshop: Practical and Applied

October 17 8:00 AM - October 21 5:00 PM CDT
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Gerrit Nitters and Leo Roodhart, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online  WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Senior technologists and middle management, those involved in development planning, economics and production operations, production chemists, well stimulation specialists and well completions design engineers, in conventional as well as unconventional plays including shale gas, coal bed methane, etc. This includes completion, production, reservoir and drilling engineers; economists, asset managers and geologists. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is…

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Depositional Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin

October 17 8:00 AM - October 19 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: John W. Snedden, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (October 17-19, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This course has been designed for working geoscientists who wish to develop a thorough understanding of the Gulf of Mexico tectonostratigraphic history, supporting regional and prospect evaluation. Covers basin history and current exploration in the US and Mexico, Mesozoic and Cenozoic. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Gulf of Mexico’s stratigraphic and structural history underlies and supports one…

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Applied Contouring Workshop

October 19 8:00 AM - October 21 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Sia Agah DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 3 Days (October 19-21, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House TESTIMONIAL: “The ‘students’ were very challenged, technically stretched, loved it all, and are now are mentally exhausted (perfect!). None of them will look at a computer generated contour map the same way again! (this is exactly what I wanted). I am very happy with the way it went, and that we were able to offer something of this quality to our staff.”…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

October 24 8:00 AM - October 28 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Production Forecasting For Low Permeability Reservoirs (Live Online)

October 24 8:00 AM - October 27 5:00 PM CDT
$1,440.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: W. John Lee, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) October 24-27, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, geologists, financial analysts, investors, bankers, or anyone who needs to understand traditional and recent methods to forecast production for low-permeability oil and gas reservoirs. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course summarizes decline curve analysis (DCA), including Arps’ decline models, linear flow models, and other recent decline analysis approaches. We…

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Geosteering: Best Practices, Pitfalls & Applied Solutions

October 31 8:00 AM - November 1 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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Geosteering Class Output

The course will include intermediate-level review of the topics that most often impact the geosteering effort, including best practices that account for the most common sources of difficulty.

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Basic Petroleum Engineering for Non-Engineers

October 31 8:00 AM - November 1 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Susan Howes PE PHR DISCIPLINE: Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (October 31 - November 01, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geoscientists, geotechs, engineering techs, landmen, attorneys, financial and accounting managers, support professionals, and other non-technical personnel who require a basic understanding of petroleum engineering. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-day course describes the main aspects of petroleum engineering with the different engineering functions of the petroleum business broken down into a discussion…

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November 2022

The Practice of Seismic Stratigraphy in Deepwater Settings

November 2 8:00 AM - November 4 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Bradford E. Prather DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 3 Days (November 02-04, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, petroleum engineers, supervisors, managers, and technical support staff who are interested in learning the fundamentals of deepwater (turbidite) depositional systems for application to development and exploration. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Play-based exploration as used in the oil industry relies on developing a thorough understanding of the evolution of key sedimentary sequences through time in the form of Gross…

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Energy Transition for Petroleum Professionals

November 2 8:00 AM - November 4 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$2,775.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: D. Nathan Meehan, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (November 02-04, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Reservoir engineers, petroleum engineers, production engineers, geologists, geophysicists, managers, independent operators, marketing personnel and anyone who needs a practical understanding of the energy transition and how it will affect future oil and gas activities and what the opportunities are to be “part of the solution.” COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed for energy…

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Mapping Seismic Data Workshop

November 2 8:00 AM - November 4 5:00 PM CDT
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Alan Cherry DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (November 02-04, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Entry to intermediate level geologists and geophysicists who have some basic experience interpreting seismic data. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a MUST course for new interpreters of 2-D and 3-D seismic data. How do you accurately interpret seismic data? How do you loop-tie seismic data to validate your interpretation? How do you generate fault and horizon maps from seismic data?…

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Modern Coastal Systems of Texas Field Course (Galveston, Texas)

November 5 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Galveston Training Center Galveston, TX United States
$1,650.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Julia Smith Wellner, PhD DISCIPLINE: Field Courses COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 1 Day (November 05, 2022) CEUS: 0.8 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House  WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Exploration and development geologists, engineers, geophysicists and managers desiring hands-on clastic depositional systems experience. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Sea level has fluctuated across the Texas continental shelf and coastline throughout time. What does this mean for the rivers and coastal deposits of Texas? The processes shaping our rivers and beaches essentially were the same in the past as they…

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Refrac Candidate Selection, Execution and Performance Evaluation for Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs

November 7 8:00 AM - November 8 5:00 PM CST
Midland, Texas Training Center Midland, TX United States
$2,250.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (November 07-08, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, managers, and geoscientists who want to maximize the probability of success and minimize surprises from a refrac program in unconventional or conventional reservoirs. Particular emphasis is placed on managing primary (parent) - infill (child) frac interactions within a drilling spacing unit to avoid EUR losses and to maximize the number of wellbores within…

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Pore Pressure, Fracture Pressure and Well-Bore Stability

November 9 8:00 AM - November 11 5:00 PM CST
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Selim Shaker, PhD DISCIPLINE: Formation Evaluation COURSE LENGTH: 3 Days (November 09-11, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: In-House & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, drilling and reservoir engineers, well log analysts, basin-model specialists, managers, and support staff involved in exploration, development and drilling. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a comprehensive course using the basic models of geology, rock-mechanics and hydrodynamics to predict and appraise subsurface geopressure and, consequently, evaluate your prospect risk pre-and post-drilling. Participants will learn how to calculate…

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

November 14 8:00 AM - November 18 5:00 PM CST
Bakersfield, California Training Center Bakersfield, CA United States
$3,775.00 30 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Cement Evaluation and Repair Workshop

November 14 8:00 AM - November 15 5:00 PM CST
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTORS: William K. "Bill" Ott, PE and James J. Smolen, PhD DISCIPLINE: Engineering COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (November 14-15, 2022) CEUS: 1.6 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Drilling and completion engineers, field supervisors, petroleum engineers and geologists, company executives and officials, independent producers, field personnel with operating & service companies, production managers and engineers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two-day training course will focus on detection of fluid channels, voids and leaks, and their effective repair. Poor cement coverage often leads to production…

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Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage – An Engineering Perspective (Live Online)

November 14 8:00 AM - November 18 5:00 PM CST
$1,800.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Christine Ehlig-Economides, PhD and Dimitrios Hatzignatiou, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 5 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (20.0 Hours) November 14-18, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Petroleum engineers and geoscientists interested or already engaged in methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) capture from industrial and agricultural sources and from the air, CO2 utilization for enhanced oil recovery (EOR), and CO2 storage in depleted reservoirs and saline aquifers. COURSE DESCRIPTION: The primary…

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Unconventional Resource Plays – Workshop

November 16 8:00 AM - November 18 5:00 PM CST
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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INSTRUCTOR: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 3 Days (November 16-18, 2022) CEUS: 2.4 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers and managers who are exploring for and developing oil and gas fields in unconventional, basin-centered petroleum systems. Basic knowledge of well log evaluation is recommended. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This three-day workshop introduces sound evaluation techniques used in choosing and developing “unconventional resource new ventures.” It combines geology, reservoir…

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December 2022

Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

December 5 8:00 AM - December 9 5:00 PM CST
Houston, Texas Training Center, 10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
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$3,550.00 30 tickets left
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Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation.

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping

December 5 8:00 AM - December 9 5:00 PM CST
Singapore Training Center Singapore Malaysia
$4,650.00 30 tickets left

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Shoup DISCIPLINE: Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 5 Days (December 05-09, 2022) CEUS: 4.0 AVAILABILITY: Public & In-House WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, engineers, managers and support staff involved in exploration or development. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Our flagship course covers both fundamental and advanced methods of subsurface mapping that have been used by the most proficient exploration and development geoscientists in the industry, as well as an introduction to some of the more recent advances in interpretation. Mapping techniques, examples and…

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REGISTRATION should be made at least one month before the start of a course. It is recommended that participants register early due to limited seating. However, we will accept paid registrations up to the last business day before the class, provided there are seats available. Registrants will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours of registration and will receive complete venue information two weeks prior to the first day of class.

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