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November 22, 2016 Randy Freeborn Reservoir Engineering, Oil and Gas Forecasting, Decline Analysis, Type Curves

Studies have shown that the most common method for creating type wells for use in forecasting wells consistently leads to the overestimation of reserves. It’s time to look at these common errors inherent in the standard way of doing type wells and learn how to avoid them.

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July 25, 2016 Boyd Russell Reservoir Engineering, Oil and Gas Forecasting, Decline Analysis, Type Curves

Demonstrating how evaluators can overcome the deficiencies of deterministic reserves evaluation and improve the accuracy of their reserves reporting through a new method of Statistically Enhanced Decline Analysis (SEDA).

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May 11, 2016 Dr. John Lee Reservoir Engineering, Oil and Gas Forecasting, Decline Analysis

Examining some of the findings of recent work done in the field of decline curve analysis that show the elements needed for accurate forecasting.

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March 30, 2016 Marsha Vigil Cost Control

The most competitive oil and gas companies are using software technology to eliminate waste, identify areas of efficiencies and undertake best practices to better control costs and manage capital expenditures.

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March 14, 2016 Ryan Mohrman Reserves Management, Reserves Evaluation

The idea behind a 10-Minute A&D evaluation is to increase the amount of engineering you can do in a day, rather than data mining. If you can maximize the efficiency in your A&D evaluations, you can get away from being an accountant and get back to being an engineer.

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