Venue: Houston

Location: Houston, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 23, 2011 End Date/Time: Aug 24, 2011
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Are you confident that your reserves estimations reflect the volume of the reserves in your unconventional reservoirs?

As unconventional resources become increasingly commercially viable, the challenges associated with estimating reserves only continue to increase. Unfamiliar geology, a lack of historical data to work with, and doubt surrounding the applicability of the Arp’s Decline Curve Model present serious challenges when trying to calculate reserves estimates.

Reserves Estimation for Unconventional Resources, to be held in Houston on 23rd and 24th August, is a chance for you to get the latest technical knowledge on the best ways to overcome these challenges. This meeting will also cover the complexities of the classification system, and issues such as migrating from a probable to a proved reserve. Examine the SEC regulations and how to comply with them, as well as the most up-to-date technological and theoretical advances in the field, such as techniques for efficient reservoir simulation, classifying PUD locations and long-term production forecasting.

A highly technical agenda, a crucially important topic and a line-up of fantastic speakers makes this meeting one that those who work in this field cannot miss.

Why attend?
• Assess the applicability of decline curve analysis and make an informed decision on the numerical versus the empirical model
• Explore more appropriate decline models and semi-analytical forecasting methods with Dr. John Lee
• Review SEC regulations, and the most effective ways for compliance and eliminating confusion around the classification system
• Weigh up probabilistic and deterministic methods and examine the evidence for yourself
• Understand how microseismics can increase the accuracy of your reserves estimations and examine the complex geology of unconventional reservoirs
• Examine the effectiveness of the methods available to help you estimate your reserves, such as reservoir simulation, pressure analysis methods, and use of analog data

Phone: 1 212 537 5898