Upgrading Your Knowledge: Survival Skills

When times are incredibly hectic, it’s easy to think that you’re getting all the training you need in your day-to-day job. After all, aren’t you learning new things every day? 

You may not be aware of it, but there may be gaps in your knowledge.  The Summer Education Conference, to be held in Fort Worth June 6 – 10, 2011 gives you a perfect opportunity to grow and to expand your knowledge and skills base.

Check out the courses and sign up now!

Seismic Geomorphology and Seismic Stratigraphy – Extracting Geologic Insights from 2D and 3D Seismic Data
Henry Posamentier, Chevron, Houston, TX
Fundmentals of Petroleum Geoscience
Stephen L. Bend, The Department of Geology, The University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Creative Petroleum Exploration
Edward Beaumont, Consultant, Tulsa, OK; Douglas Strickland, Jaden Consulting, LLC, Oklahoma City, OK
Computer Mapping For Petroleum Exploration
Hannes Leetaru, Illinois State Geological Survey, Urbana, IL
Using Well Log Analysis For Reservoir Volumetrics
Rick Erickson, Consultant, Tulsa, OK
Hydraulic Fracturing for Geologists
Randy LaFollette, BJ Services, Tomball, TX
Seismic Amplitude Interpretation
Fred Hilterman, Geokinetics Data Processing, Houston, TX
Practical Oil-Field Development: Important Applications of Geology and Petroleum Engineering
Rick Erickson, Consultant, Tulsa, OK
Understanding Seismic Anisotrophy
Leon Thomsen, Delta Geophysics, Houston, TX
Reservoir Engineering for Petroleum Geologists
Richard G. Green, Independent Consultant, California, MO
Fundamentals of Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy
John Holbrook, University of Texas at Arlington, TX
Getting Started in Fluvial Stratigraphy
John Holbrook, University of Texas at Arlington, TX

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