PRACTICAL GEOMECHANICS TRAINING CLASS
Instructor: Tom Bratton, PhD
Course description: In today’s economy, engineers design and carry out both drilling and completion operations with insight gained from geomechanical simulations. These simulations lead to significant cost reductions and improved hydrocarbon recovery. Thus, geoscientists that support engineering operations need to understand the basics of geomechanical modeling, the workflow, and supporting data in order to influence the engineering and financial decisions that contribute to their organization’s success. The goal of this workshop is to give the geoscientist an overview of this highly leveraged process as well as some practical tools to build the geomechanical models needed for downstream geomechanical and engineering simulations.
COURSE CONTENT - WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This will be one class over 2 days.
Registration Fees: Member $200 and Non-Member $250.
Class starts at 8a - 12p both days.
DATES: January 26 (Tuesday) and January 27 (Wednesday)
Presented via Webinar - Registration Link will be sent a week before class begins.
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