Addressing New Opportunities in Mature Oil and Gas Fields
This course is an overview of techniques for finding new opportunities, adding value and extending the life of old fields. It provides practical tools to help you screen your fields for additional upside.
Topics include discussion of:
- Rock Typing and Flow unit
- By-Passed Hydrocarbons
- Operating Practices
Why You Should Attend
This course will raise your skill set beyond the basic petroleum engineering and geosciences. You will take away tools that provide you with ways to screen for new opportunities in your fields.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for production engineers, reservoir engineers, geoscientists and managers involved in screening for new opportunities in old fields. Experienced professionals with backgrounds in petroleum engineering and geosciences would benefit the most from this course.
If you would like to discuss and share your experiences with the class, it is advisable to bring relevant material. Laptops are required.
1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for this 2-day course.
All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14 day window will not be refunded. Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.
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We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.
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Arshad Khan is a professional reservoir engineer. He holds BS and MS degrees in Petroleum Engineering from University of California, Berkeley. He has worked for Chevron, been a reservoir engineering consultant to BP and smaller independents Mission Resources and J. M. Huber, worked with Pressler Petroleum Consultants, Randall Dewey, Sproule and Schlumberger IPM group, and worked for Jefferies Investment Banking Energy Group.
He is a registered petroleum engineer in California and an SPE certified petroleum engineer.