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June 2022

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

June 6 8:00 AM - June 9 12:00 PM CDT
$1440.00

INSTRUCTOR: Robert 'Bob' Barba DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM – 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) June 06-09, 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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Principles and Practices of Mud Motor (Live Online)

June 6 8:00 AM - June 7 12:00 PM CDT
$720.00

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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Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage – An Engineering Perspective

June 13 8:00 AM - June 15 5:00 PM CDT
$2775.00

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 7:00 PM - June 16 10:00 PM CDT
$1080.00

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

Energy Transition for Petroleum Professionals (Live Online)

July 11 8:00 AM - July 13 12:00 PM CDT
$2160.00

INSTRUCTOR: D. Nathan Meehan, PhD, PE DISCIPLINE: Engineering, Geoscience COURSE LENGTH: 6 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM - 12:00PM CT (24.0 Hours) July 11-13 & 18-20, 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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Production Forecasting For Low Permeability Reservoirs (Live Online)

July 25 8:00 AM - July 28 12:00 PM CDT
$1440.00

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

PRMS and SEC Reserves and Resources Regulations (Live Online)

August 8 8:00 AM - August 11 12:00 PM CDT
$1440.00

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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October 2022

Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage – A Geological Perspective (Live Online)

October 3 8:00 AM - October 6 12:00 PM CDT
$1440.00

INSTRUCTOR: Stephen A. Sonnenberg, PhD DISCIPLINE: Geoscience, Engineering, Multi-Disciplinary & Introductory COURSE LENGTH: 4 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM – 12:00PM CT (16.0 Hours) October 03-06, 2022 AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online   WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Geologists, geophysicists, engineers who are interested in geologic carbon capture utilization and storage. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will discuss carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) from a geologic perspective. Examples from carbon capture utilization (CCU) including enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects will be shown. Known and…

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Production Forecasting For Low Permeability Reservoirs (Live Online)

October 24 8:00 AM - October 27 12:00 PM CDT
$1440.00

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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November 2022

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

November 14 8:00 AM - November 18 12:00 PM CST
$1800.00

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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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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