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Workshop Overview:

As conventional gas reservoirs decline in production and become more difficult to find, economically producing gas from unconventional reservoirs is the current challenge facing natural gas producers worldwide.  The tremendous in-place resource volumes and long-term production potential of coalbed methane, shale gas, and low permeability tight gas reservoirs are driving technical progress.  This workshop will discuss the critical reservoir parameters important to understand and evaluate unconventional gas reservoirs.   The material is intended for geologists and engineers, but will benefit any industry professional involved with unconventional gas reservoirs.

 Who Should Attend?

  • Managing Directors
  • CEO's
  • COO's
  • Heads of Unconventional Gas
  • VPs and Heads of Exploration and Production
  • Geological Advisors
  • Project Advisors and Managers
  • Heads of Drilling
  • Commercial Managers

 About MHA Petroleum?

www.mhausa.com

 MHA’s highly trained professionals work on a wide variety of complex reservoir management problems in almost every petroleum province throughout the world. The typical MHA professional has 20 to 30 years in the industry and is professionally registered. We utilize a full complement of computer-related tools available for reservoir description and analysis. Our multi-disciplinary reservoir management team provides a fully integrated analysis of reservoir performance.

 About Your Workshop Leader?

 
 
Tim Hower is Chairman of MHA Petroleum Consultants and a co-founder and Director of Bayswater Exploration and Production Company. MHA is an international engineering and geosciences consultancy with 35 employees based in Denver, Colorado and Bakersfield, California. Bayswater is an oil and gas production company with operations in 10 states in the western US. Tim received his BSc and MSc degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Penn State in 1981 and 1983, respectively. He has worked internationally on numerous long-term assignments in the Netherlands, UK, Austria, Germany, New Zealand and Australia. Tim is a recognized industry expert in the evaluation of unconventional gas reservoirs, including shales and coalbed methane. He has authored numerous technical papers and is a co-author of Managing Water-Drive Gas Reservoirs, a textbook published by the Gas Research Institute. Along with his consulting responsibilities, Tim has been directly involved in the development and instruction of technical training courses for the oil and gas industry since 1990. Over the past 20 years, he has taught over 100 industry training courses and workshops worldwide.
 
Prior to joining MHA in 1997, Tim worked for Tenneco Oil Company, CNG Development Company, Intera Petroleum Division, and Enron Oil and Gas Company.   He served as a past Chairman of the Denver SPE section, and has received the SPE Henry Mattson Technical Service Award for innovative contributions in the field of engineering of gas reservoirs. Tim was recently presented with the C. Drew Stahl Distinguished Achievement Award from Penn State University.

 

 

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Introduction

9:30 Reservior Characterization

10:00 Morning Coffee

10:30 Reservoir Performance Evaluation

11:00 Reservoir Assessment and Certification

11:30 Case Studies and Examples

12:00 Discussion Followed by Close of Workshop

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