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Special Training Course: Creating and Defending Shale Reserves in PHDWin

Course Overview

This one-day intensive will cover both state-of-the-art engineering techniques and how to deploy them in PHDwin for maximum efficiency and clarity.  It will cover such topics as:

  • visualization and interpretation of historical data
  • using theory to form forecasts of individual wells
  • treatments of NGLs
  • choosing analogs for decline behavior and areas for type curves
  • creation, documentation and deployment of type curves
  • scheduling and adjusting drilling programs in batch
  • quality control and documentation

Course Materials

Course materials include template for PHDWin and research/documentation on engineering methods for shales. 
Attendees will need to bring their own laptop, PHDWin training license (if needed), and project data. A member of our training staff will work with you after registration to ensure you have access to a PHDWin license for the course.

Recommended For

  • Reserve Engineers
  • Reserve Managers

Additional Course Information

  • Morning refreshments and lunch are included in the cost
  • Cost: $989, billed via invoice after the course concludes
  • Attendees are required to bring their own laptop, PHDWin training license, and project data
  • This course offers only 8 seats per session and will fill quickly

Register for the Midland Session

March 13, 2018
8:30AM – 5PM
TownePlace Suites Midland

Register for the Denver Session

March 20, 2018
8:30AM – 5PM
Embassy Suites Downtown Denver

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