March 27, 2007


Description

Forecasting production in many unconventional gas reservoirs can be a complex procedure because many conventional techniques are difficult to apply. In these unconventional reservoirs, which include tight gas, gas from shales, and coalbed methane, volumetric methods, material balance methods, and conventional decline curve analysis can be difficult to implement. This one-day course will discuss methods that have the potential to overcome some of these difficulties, including advanced decline curve analysis, production data analysis, analytical simulation, and use of “fit-to-purpose” type curves.
No refunds one week prior to the event.

This class will provide 8 Continuing Education credit hours
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Featured Speakers

Speaker Dr. John Lee
Professor of Petroleum Engineering Texas A&M; University W. John Lee holds the Peterson Endowed Chair and is Professor of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is also director of the Halliburton Center for Unconventional Resources in the Crisman Institute for Petroleum Research at A&M. He has written three textbooks …

Professor of Petroleum Engineering
Texas A&M University

W. John Lee holds the Peterson Endowed Chair and is Professor of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is also director of the Halliburton Center for Unconventional Resources in the Crisman Institute for Petroleum Research at A&M. He has written three textbooks published by SPE, including books on well testing and gas reservoir engineering. He is a former board member of SPE and has received a number of awards from the society.


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Organizer

Nami Southern


Date and Time

Tue, March 27, 2007

8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Main Event, Shenandoah

19441 Interstate-45 (Exit 77, Northbound feeder, behind Salt Grass restaurant)
Woodlands, TX 77385
USA