This understanding of the oil and gas industry will enable you to communicate more efficiently and perform your job more effectively.
You will be introduced to exploration techniques and tools that geologists and geophysicists use, such as correlation, mapping, and seismic.
Dr. Norman J. Hyne, the instructor, will explain the methods used to drill, test, and complete a well, and how the gas and oil are produced.
You will work with samples of geological and engineering materials, plus you will learn to identify common rocks and minerals using various different hands-on methods.
Exercises throughout the course provide practical experience with well correlation, well log interpretation, subsurface map interpretation, and seismic interpretation. You will actually locate where to drill a well on the map you correlated!
This seminar is well illustrated with continuous power points plus hands-on samples including a drill bit, the Wilcox Sandstone, and samples of various crude oils.
BONUS: You will hear stories throughout the program of many famous (and not so famous) oil and gas professionals, which helps bring the industry to life.
*You will see how the processes behind petroleum exploration and production contribute to your company.
*Your newly acquired skill set can immediately be put to work increasing your overall job productivity.
*This program will build your enthusiasm for the petroleum industry and increase your confidence.
*Obtaining a better understanding of the industry will allow you to communicate efficiently with others in your company.
“Excellent course. Learned a ton and was engaged the entire three days.” (Landman, Noble Energy, Inc.)
“This class is a must for anybody that provides any kind of services to petroleum geologists.” (Technology Delivery Analyst, ExxonMobil)
“This course was amazingly informative. I wasn’t expecting to learn as much as I did. Who thought rocks could be so cool?” (Secretary, DOI-BSE)
“Excellent job explaining basic concepts in an entertaining fashion and then showing how knowledge is practically applied to the petroleum industry.” (Threat Analyst, Chevron)
|March 14 – 16, 2017 – Houston, TX (8:15 am – 4:30 pm each day)||Register for this Course|
|October 17 – 19, 2017 – Houston, TX (8:15 am – 4:30 pm each day)||Register for this Course|
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Who Should Attend
Do you need an overall perspective of petroleum exploration, drilling, and production in order to be more productive at your job? If so, this seminar is for you! Past participants have included:
During this three-day seminar, you will learn. . .
Hotel Room Reservations
Both seminars will be held at the Marriott Westchase Hotel, 2900 Briarpark Drive, Houston, TX 77042. To make your room reservations and to receive the University of Tulsa group rate of $159, call: 1-800-452-5110 at least 4 weeks prior to the start date of each course.