Shale Gas Technical Course
This course is an introduction to the technical components related to North American shale gas resources and their future development.
- Category: Technical
- Length: 2 days
- Primary Instructor: Cameron Six P.Eng.
This 2-day course is an introduction to the technical components related to North American shale gas resources and their future development. By the end of this course, participants will be able to fully understand the exploration and exploitation strategies employed by industry to develop these resources. The course lecture material is supported by an asset life cycle case study.
The material in the course is designed for engineers, land professionals, accountants, technologists, business development, finance and anyone who wants to understand the process of producing, developing and evaluating shale gas resources and reserves.
- Characterization of shale gas plays
- Technical factors related to gas in place and ultimate recovery
- North American shale gas plays
- Assigning reserves and resources
- Resource play case study
Cameron Six P.Eng.
Alec Kovaltchouk P.Geo.
Vice President, Geoscience
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