Evaluation of Oil and Gas Properties, Reserves, and Production Forecast course provides participants with an understanding of the principles and practices of petroleum reserves and resource evaluation, as well as production forecasting in the oil and gas industry. Participants will learn about the different methods and techniques used for evaluating oil and gas properties and reserves, such as geological and geophysical methods, reservoir engineering, and production analysis. The course covers various topics related to reserves estimation and evaluation, such as classification systems, reserve booking procedures, and reserve reporting standards.
Participants will also learn about production forecasting techniques, including decline curve analysis, material balance methods, and numerical simulation. This course is suitable for engineers, geoscientists, and technical professionals working in the oil and gas industry who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in reserves evaluation and production forecasting.
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