Improving performance in unconventionals requires an interdisciplinary approach, allowing geoscientists to share new technologies and lessons learned. The same applies to new technologies in mature fields and in offshore plays.
AAPG’s Fall Education Conference courses, 14 – 18 October, 2013, Houston, Texas, taught by industry experts, give you a broad range knowledge of innovative techniques and new technologies for all your plays including unconventionals, mature fields, and offshore. We will address horizontal drilling, completion, and production.
Great for young professionals, as well as seasoned geoscientists and engineers, the courses help solve issues that have emerged in the last several years as horizontal drilling and production have become widespread.
The courses allow you to mix and match across 4 tracks, and, as always, if you buy a pass for the entire week, you’ll receive a discount. Keep in mind, too, that if you can’t attend each day, you can share your badge with a colleague.
Here are the courses:
Tools and Techniques for Unconventional Assessment and Decision Making William Haskett / Patrick Leach
Geopressure Predictions and Exploration Risk Selim Shaker
Log Analysis of Hydrocarbon-Bearing “Shale” Reservoirs George Asquith
To download a flyer, which includes the registration form, click the link.
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