SPEI: Petroleum Reserves

Speaker John Hodgin
President and member of the Board of Directors Ryder Scott Company, Petroleum Consultants John Hodgin is President and member of the Board of Directors of Ryder Scott Company, Petroleum Consultants. He joined the firm as a geologist in 1977. Prior to his election as President, he had direct responsibility for coordinating ...

President and member of the Board of Directors
Ryder Scott Company, Petroleum Consultants




John Hodgin is President and member of the Board of Directors of Ryder Scott Company, Petroleum Consultants. He joined the firm as a geologist in 1977. Prior to his election as President, he had direct responsibility for coordinating and supervising staff and consulting geologists, geophysicists and petrophysicists of the company in ongoing reservoir evaluation studies worldwide. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a BS in Geology in 1974, he joined Gulf Oil Corporation in New Orleans as a development geologist working offshore Louisiana. Since joining Ryder Scott, he has been responsible for conducting numerous field studies of both domestic and international properties. He is a Certified Petroleum Geologist and a registered Professional Geologist and Engineer in the State of Texas. Hodgin is also a member of AAPG, SPWLA, Houston Geological Society and SPE, and has co-authored several SPE papers on reserves topics.




Full Description

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Description

This course is designed to instruct in the estimation of petroleum reserves under SEC and SPE/WPC reserves definitions guidelines. The course discusses all definitions including latest developments and interpretations presented by the SEC and SPE/WPC. The course covers in detail the requirements that must be met to classify reserves as proved reserves, but also discusses probable and possible reserves classifications. Following a review of reserves definitions the course presents and discusses the main reservoir engineering and geoscience methods that are used to estimate reserves and how reserves definitions affect such estimates. Case examples will be presented to illustrate estimation methods along with typical errors associated with reserves estimates and how to avoid them. In addition, the course covers supplemental estimation techniques such as reservoir simulation and probabilistic methods to estimate reserves and how to properly apply such techniques.

Topics Covered

  • Purpose of Reserves
  • Reserves Studies
  • Reserves Reports
  • Reserves Definitions
  • Petroleum Fluids
  • Resourses vs. Reserves
  • U.S. Reserve Standards
  • Reserve Classification and Status
  • Typical Problems Identified by the SEC
  • International Reserve Standards
  • Reserves Estimation Methods
  • Analogies
  • Volumetric Method
  • Recovery Factors
  • Supplimentary Techiniques
  • Reservoir Simulation
  • Probablisitc Method
  • Special Interest Topics
  • Reserve Audit
  • Quality Control
  • SEC Hot Topics
  • Sarbanes-Oxley

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for industry professionals involved in estimating or filing of petroleum reserves under SEC or SPE/WPC guidelines or any oil or gas professionals interested in gaining a better understanding of the reserves estimating process. Basic knowledge of reserves estimation methods and reserves definitions is desirable, but not required.

CEUs

1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) awarded for this 2-day course.

Cancellation
Policy

A fee equal to 25% of the course fee will be charged for cancellation less than 15 working days before the course begins.  No refunds will be made for cancellations after the course begins.

For more details, please contact us at trainingcourses@spe.org.

 

 

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Organizer Diane Frasier Hallmark

When?

Sat, Apr. 30 - Sun, May. 1, 2011
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. US/Central

Where?

The Holiday Inn Houston, South Loop
8111 Kirby Drive
Houston, Texas 77054
USA

Refund Policy: You must notify the SPE-GCS office of your intent to cancel at least 24 hours prior to the event date to receive a refund. For all refund inquiries, email spe-gcs@spe.org. View our Terms & Conditions for more information.