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Oil & Gas Finding Aspects of Hydrodynamics
(How to Use Pressure and Fluids Data in Exploration and Field Development)

4 Day Workshop

INSTRUCTOR: Hugh W. Reid, P.Geol.

NEW INSTRUCTOR: Phil Esslinger, P.Geol.

Background

Oil & Gas Finding Aspects of Hydrodynamics: How to Use Pressure and Fluids Data in Exploration is a 4 day workshop / course. The objective of this course is to show geologists how to use engineering concepts to find oil and gas, and to make use of all the pressure and fluid analysis data that is often lying unused in our files.

The course outline covers everything from data collection and screening to completed maps. In addition, you gain practical experience while completing the class projects that study case histories in western Canada and overseas. In each case a large oil and gas field is 'discovered' using pre-discovery data.

Hydrodynamics workshop, Calgary, Nov. 2000.

Hydrodynamics workshop, Calgary, Nov. 2000.

Comments from Past Participants

"Very helpful for connection of gas pools."

Mark Urban
Talisman Energy, Calgary

"Lots of info but not overdone."

Lori Dwyer, Geologist
ConocoPhillips, Calgary

"Love the 'how to' cookbooks. I am constantly referring back to the material from your courses. Very practical."

Barb Clarke, Geologist
Husky Energy, Calgary

"Will help to evaluate underpressured reservoirs."

Jeremy Burkhardt, Exploitation Eng.
Devon Energy, Calgary

"I plan to use these concepts on a daily basis in work. I wish I'd taken the course earlier."

Marsha Giesen, Geologist
Husky Energy, Calgary

Centurion Energy Co. students tackle a contouring exercise. Sarm El Sheik, Red Sea, Egypt, May 2002.

Centurion Energy Co. students tackle a contouring exercise.
Sharm El Sheik, Red Sea, Egypt, May 2002

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