Records, Contracts and Reserves Course:
(Formation and Property Evalutation Essentials)
Course - Fall, 2017
A basic understanding
of petroleum geology (the foundation of the oil and gas industry) is necessary
to evaluate geological formations, reservoirs and oil and natural gas properties.
Geological terminology is found and / or referenced in essentially all petroleum
industry records, regulations, agreements and contracts. But geology for
the non geologist can be a challenge. Geology is a little understood, somewhat
mysterious scientific field that can be "dry and boring" - but it need not
be. Join GeoHistory for a day long, hands on oil and gas industry training
course that explains geology, formation evaluation and property evaluation
This oil and gas industry training course is designed for:
and gas company non technical staff (legal, land, accounting, IT and
support personnel) and technical staff new to the petroleum industry,
b) oil and gas industry support and financial personnel (petroleum service sector, banking, investment companies, lawyers,
individual or group interested in learning about petroleum geology,
formation evaluation and oil and gas property evaluation in the oil
and gas industry.
During this full day, hands on oil and gas industry training course
i) Learn about rock types and fossils and how they relate to modern
environments like rivers, oceans and coral reefs.
The Rocks, Records
and Reserves Course is a follow up course to the Oil and Gas Essentials
Course. Though not essential, it is recommended that the Oil and Gas
Essentials Course is taken prior to the Rocks, Records and Reserves
ii) Learn about how modern environments are used to understand petroleum reservoirs.
iii) See what rock formations such as the Belly River, Glauconitic and Leduc actually are by
handling rock samples from these formations and viewing them with the aid of a microscope.
iv) Learn well logging essentials - what well logs are, how well
logs tie to the rocks in a well bore and how to interpret well logs.
v) Learn how core, well logs and other technical data are used to evaluate oil and
natural gas reservoirs and properties.
vi) Learn how rock, well log and property evaluation data relates to
and is translated into industry contracts, agreements, records and regulations.
Rocks, Records and Reserves is a CAPLA
Rocks, Records & Reserves Course Participant Comments:
Fantastic course. I learned so much... would recommend it to anyone"
" Fun, interesting and educational."
" Excellent course. Excellent instructor."
" Very educational, entertaining and relevant."
" Engaging, great material, best course I've taken."
" Very commendable and informative... Thank You!"
" Very well thought out, extremely well prepared and superbly well delivered."
" One of the most informative and comprehensive courses I've taken to date. Thanks!!"
"I have been in the oil industry for 27 years …. I thoroughly enjoyed your course! A great day and great material!"
" Excellent - would strongly recommend"
Course Pricing :
First 20 Participants: $565 per person
Next 5 Participants (21 to 25): $535 per person
Participants in excess of 25 : $495 per person
GeoHistory Course Participants: $495 per person
New Course Participants: $565 per person
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