Petro Tech: PHDWin – Simple Solutions for Evaluating Complex Economics

Speaker David Pacinda
Bio: David Pacinda, the current President at TRC Consultants, LC, graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering. While there, he also took a significant amount of coursework in chemical engineering. David went on to earn his Texas Professional Engineer license in 1993 while working at Somont ...

Bio: David Pacinda, the current President at TRC Consultants, LC, graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering. While there, he also took a significant amount of coursework in chemical engineering. David went on to earn his Texas Professional Engineer license in 1993 while working at Somont Oil Company. He has 26 years of experience of petroleum engineering, in varying aspects including natural gas processing, drilling, completion, and reservoir engineering. While living in the Dallas metro area, David was awarded an adjunct professorship while teaching a continuing education reservoir engineering class at Brookhaven Collage.  He was a founding partner of TRC in 1986, and continues to work for the company and educate the industry on current discounted cash flow and decline curve modelling techniques. TRC’s recent growth into international markets has allowed David to extend his expertise into international PSA modeling. He currently lives with his wife and two children in Austin, TX.

Full Description

A short over view, with specific examples, of how Incremental Benefit Calculations, Group Economic Limits and economic allocations can be used to make more informed decisions.

Organizer Lilly Lee

When?

Tue, Jan. 14, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. America/Chicago

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SHERATON BROOKHOLLOW
3000 North Loop W
Houston, TX 77092
USA

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