Discovery and Recovery Thinking in Shales
This course begins by summarizing the most important geoscience and engineering aspects of shales and illustrating these with case study posters that will be evaluated by teams. This is followed by a series of lectures and interactive exercises focused on quantifying the range of possible outcomes for your project and making good decisions about whether to continue or exit at each stage gate.
- Identify those geoscience and engineering aspects most critical for success
- Learn how to quantify the range of potential project outcomes
- Be able to apply good decision behavior to the stage gate process
Due to the inherent risks in shale plays, it is critical for practitioners to be able to quantify uncertainty, and estimate the range of risk involve. This course provides insights and tools for appraising and developing shale gas and shale oil opportunities.
Geoscientists, petrophysicists, engineers, and managers who are seeking to improve their effectiveness in exploring, appraising, and developing shale reservoirs.
1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 2-day course.
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Creties Jenkins is a Partner with Rose and Associates specializing in the characterization of unconventional reservoirs. Over the past decade he has conducted integrated studies, project reviews, and resource evaluations for 50+ companies and has taught 100+ industry courses and workshops. He has served as a technical editor, Distinguished Lecturer, and distinguished author for SPE and is a past president of the Energy Minerals Division of AAPG. Jenkins received a MS in Geology and a BS in Geological Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines. He is a registered professional engineer and a registered professional geologist in Texas.