|Code||Start Date||End Date||Location||Cost||Instructor||Register|
|PST0247-201501||05 Oct 2015||09 Oct 2015||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||SGD 5995||Steve Hennings||Register|
|PST0247-201401||21 Apr 2014||25 Apr 2014||Bali, Indonesia||SGD 5995||Steve Hennings|
|PST0247||23 Sep 2013||27 Sep 2013||Bandung, Indonesia||SGD 5995||Steve Hennings|
This 5-day course is designed for technical professionals involved in evaluating or developing unconventional gas reservoirs. Unconventional reservoirs represent the largest gas resource in the world and in the past few years they became the major source of natural gas production in North America. As a result, unconventional reservoirs are now receiving a tremendous amount of attention from various countries, oil & gas companies, and investors. Almost all of the university and industry training is directed at conventional reservoirs and so many professionals in the industry are eager to gain a better understanding of the unique terms and concepts involved in evaluating and developing unconventional reservoirs.
The first three days of the course will focus primarily on gas development from Coal (CBM, CSG, CSM) and the final two days will focus on developing Shale Gas. In addition, the evaluation methods for Shale Gas combine methods from Coal, Oil and Tight reservoir development and so attendees will also gain a good understanding of a variety of different ongoing plays and the methods applied to each type of unconventional reservoir.
Class examples are planned for each day and so attendees will need to bring either a laptop or calculator to solve simple equations. The case studies and class examples will present the steps to determining; resource volumes, maximum allowable investments, recovery factors, specific well locations, appropriate hydraulic frac size, and reserve volumes for unconventional reservoirs. The data for the example problems will come from actual development projects, primarily those where the instructor has been involved, to help illustrate the quality and types of data usually available for evaluation.
Attendees are assumed to have a reasonably good understanding of terms and methods applied in the development of conventional oil and gas fields as the course will focus on those items that are fairly unique to unconventional reservoirs.
- Has over 30 years of field and reservoir experience in a large number of basins, covering every phase of development
- Principal Consulting Engineer of Source Rock Engineering
- Expert all phases of Coalbed Methane and Coal Mine Methane development and on reviving Mature Oil and Gas fields
- Teach public Shale Gas and CBM courses for the international Society of Petroleum Engineers
Steve Hennings is the Principal Consulting Engineer for Source Rock Engineering in Littleton, Colorado. He has over 30 years of field and reservoir experience in a large number of basins, covering every phase of development. His focus for the past decade has been on coal gas, coal mine methane and shale gas development.
He has been involved in technical evaluations of development and exploration prospects in all over the world.
Steve Hennings is Unconventional Gas Manager based in Colorado, USA. He is a registered professional engineer and holds degrees in Petroleum Engineering and in Finance. Steve has 30 years of industry experience that have included various field, office and research center assignments covering every phase of oil and gas exploration and development. His focus for the past nine years has been on Coal Gas, Coal Mine Methane and Shale Gas development in Canada, Australia, China, Indonesia, India, Turkey and the United States. During the past four years Steve has conducted private and public Coalbed Methane and Shale Gas workshops in nine countries. The courses have focused on various primary topics including drilling, completions, testing, computer simulation, operations, reservoir engineering and development fundamentals. In 2008 he was awarded the prestigious annual Stefanko Award from the Society of Mining Engineers for his technical contributions.
Shell, ConocoPhilips, Cimarex Energy, Mitsui Oil Exploration, Encana, Energen, Mountain Fuel Resources, New Standard Energy, NFR Energy, Rio Tinto, Terrawest Energy, WestSide Corporation,