MiT PHDWin Fundamentals

Speaker: Juliette Pearson
Speaker Juliette Pearson
Juliette Pearson Juliette is a Petroleum Engineer with 15 years of diverse experience working in both unconventional and conventional gas and oil asset development.   Juliette is working as a contract Sr. Reservoir Engineer for projects in the US and Latin America.  She has worked with several Economic, Decline analysis and ...

Juliette Pearson


Juliette is a Petroleum Engineer with 15 years of diverse experience working in both unconventional and conventional gas and oil asset development.   Juliette is working as a contract Sr. Reservoir Engineer for projects in the US and Latin America.  She has worked with several Economic, Decline analysis and reservoir characterization software including PHDWin, ARIES, Spotfire, RTA, etc.  Juliette has been actively involved in SPE-GCS since she relocated to Houston in 2016.  She leads the SPE GCS Software subcommittee of the Members in Transition Committee and is part of the SPE-GCS Permian Study Group Committee. She was selected to receive the 2017 – 2018 Gulf Coast Section Exemplary Award in May. 


Juliette holds a BS in petroleum engineering from Universidad America in Colombia and a Masters in Petroleum Geology from the University of Cincinnati.  She is a Canadian License Professional Engineer.


Course Topics:


Create Projects
Explore the options available for creating new projects and understand the repercussions of those options. Users will learn about file types that are associated with PHDWin projects, how to set defaults for new projects, and how to change properties for projects after a file has been created.


Importing Data into PHDWin
Users often desire to manage data outside of PHDWin and later import that data for calculation purposes. Users will explore options for importing data into PHDWin as well as learn how to configure and import data from custom sources and data providers.


Setting up Workflow
Learning to navigate in PHDWin is crucial for streamlining work flow. By learning how to choose cases in PHDWin, sort/filter cases, and search for cases, users will be able to work more efficiently with the system.


Basic Data Entry: Using the Case Editor
Understanding how to find data stored for a case in order to either manipulate that data or review it for troubleshooting is necessary for understanding the output calculations performed by PHDWin. Users will learn where to find entered data, how to manually input data, and what settings can be changed for performing calculations for any single case.


Graphing Production Forecasts
Using decline curve analysis in a graphical environment, users can forecast future production for any case. Users will learn the options available for configuring the graphical environment as well as how to forecast production in that environment for any single case.


Mass Editing Data
PHDWin has two mass edit tools that efficiently manipulate settings or data for multiple cases in a project. Users will learn the interface and best practices for using these mass edit tools.


Reporting in PHDWin
Reports provide users with the output of calculations performed by PHDWin. These calculations automatically provide an annual or monthly view of future production as well as cash flow related values (prices, expenses, investments, revenue, etc.) Learn how to produce reports in various styles as well as configure user-friendly options to streamline reporting.


 

Full Description

Registration will be opened once the date is confirmed.

Software training for Members in Transition only.  You must be a professional member of SPE not currently working for an employer to take this class.

No Walkins.

Registration Fee includes lunch.

Software will be distributed in advance for download.

When?

Fri, Jun. 8, 2018
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. US/Central

Where?

SPE GCS Office
10777 Westheimer Road, Suite 1075
Houston, TX 77042

Free parking available in the garage behind the building on floors 4-6.

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