Norman J. Hyne, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
March 18 - 20, 2014
April 15 - 17, 2014
June 3 - 5, 2014
August 19 - 21, 2014
October 7 - 9, 2014
December 2 - 4, 2014
Oklahoma City, OK - Skirvin Hotel
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(increases to $2195 one month prior to course date), includes the textbook “Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Geology, Exploration, Drilling and Production”, course notes, a common rock and mineral kit, a petroleum glossary, a wallet card listing geological times and various map symbols, and four large colored wall charts: 1) Petroleum Basin Map of the United States, 2) Drilling Rig Component Diagram, 3) Well Log Response Chart and 4) Oil and Gas Field Classifier. Daily morning and afternoon refreshments are provided.
Please Note - if paying with a check, please make check payable to University of Tulsa, CESE (applies to this course only)
Special pricing if sending 3 or more persons from the same company - ask for details!
Train your staff! This course is for anyone who could benefit by an overall perspective of petroleum geology, exploration, drilling and production to be more productive in their job. It is a non-technical course, anyone can take this course. There are over 25,000 past participants that have included information technology personnel, managers, accountants, landmen, draftsmen, attorneys, secretaries, clerks, geological and geophysical technicians, investors, petroleum service personnel, petroleum banking and financial ventures personnel, business administrators and executives, human resources personnel, geophysicists without geological training, land personnel, economists and engineers.
In just three days, you will learn the fundamentals and language of petroleum geology, exploration, drilling and production. This understanding will enable you to communicate more efficiently and perform your job more effectively. The course introduces the tools and techniques that geologists and geophysicists use to locate gas and oil, that drillers use to drill the wells and that petroleum engineers use to test and complete the wells and produce the gas and oil. Exercises throughout the course provide practical experience in well log correlation, contouring, interpretation of surface and subsurface, contoured maps, seismic interpretation, well log interpretation, and decline curve analysis. You will learn how to identify the most common rocks and minerals.
In taking this course, you will learn:
This course is extremely well illustrated with PowerPoint presentations and hands-on samples such as a drill bit, Landsat pictures, microfossils and crude oil specimens. Every student that completes this course will receive a certificate with the continuing education units on it. This course is approved continuing education units for landmen and accountants and for attorneys in most states.
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