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March 21, 2019 WTGS Short Course

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Date(s) - 03/21/2019
All Day

Location
Center for Energy and Economic Diversification

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Applied Exploration and Production Geochemistry Short Course

Dan Jarvie, Worldwide Geochemistry

 

Introduction:  Organic geochemistry has been widely used for only the last fifty years, but only widely applied to unconventional plays for the last fifteen years.  There are many published references that are still widely cited that are limited in scope and technology advancements must be added to the classical repertoire of the geoscientist.  In an exploration mode the geoscientist is aiming for assessment of the petroleum system details, whereas in production mode geoscientists and engineers seek to evaluate the reservoir systems(s) and producibility.

Applied Exploration and Production Geochemistry for Geologists, Engineers, and Geoscientists

WTGS Short Course – March 21, 2019

Presented by:    Daniel M Jarvie

UTPB CEED ~ 8am to 5pm

Registration starts at 7:30am ~ Lunch provided

Attendee cost(member):  $200; Attendee cost(non-member):  $250

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You may register by emailing wtgs@wtgs.org, calling the office at 432.683.1573,

or mailing in your registration form to P.O. Box 1595, Midland, TX 79702.

Don’t wait to sign up seating is limited.

Itinerary

Part I.  Introduction                                        Part III.  Detailed Geochemistry

Part II.  Basic Geochemistry                           Part IV.  Production Assessment and Allocation

 

 Registration Form 

 The course will be limited to 100 people and will be held at the Center for Energy and Economic Diversification

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