Introduction to Type Curves
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for engineering and geoscience professionals involved in oil and gas plays where type curves are used to determine future production and reserves.
To understand the theory behind, creation of, and application of type curves in today’s oil and gas industry, especially as related to unconventional resources.
Using type curves to forecast reserves and production is not a new phenomenon in the oil and gas industry; however, type curves have become a critical tool in the in the evaluations took kit because of the development of shale oil and gas plays as well as the redevelopment of traditional plays through horizontal drilling and multi-stage fracking.
This course is an introduction to the science behind type curves and their evolving use in today’s oil and gas industry. The course will focus on the technical theory behind type curves, including probabilistic reserves determination, when and why type curves should be used, the theory behind multi-segment curves are generated, and some relevant definitions of resources and reserves.
Using real world plays like the Cardium and Montney, this course provides insights into best practices for applying type curves, identifies the challenges to understanding the production story, and how reserves assignments are derived from type curves.
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