SPE Online Education
Estimated Ultimate Recovery vs Technically Recoverable Resources
A new term, Total Resource Recovery (TRR), is introduced in 2018 PRMS to complement another previously used resource potential related term, Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR). The [presentation/talk/slide show] defines both terms and a new related term, Technical Forecast, to explain their meaning, use and the differences between these terms.
Mr. Sidle is an independent consultant serving training provider PetroSkills, software provider Aucerna and other oil and gas industry clients. His industry experience, including 35 years with Shell Oil Company/Royal Dutch Shell, has primarily been in reservoir engineering and economics with a focus on reserves estimation. Rod is a member of the Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPEE), where he is currently the Chair of the Reserves Definition Committee, and a former member of the Board of Directors. He is also a member of SPE and previously served as SPE Distinguished Lecturer and member of the SPE Oil and Gas Reserves Committee (OGRC). Since retiring from Shell, Rod has worked as a lecturer on project evaluation at Texas A&M University in the Petroleum Engineering Department; a Director of Reserves at Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation; and the Reserves Manager for Sheridan Production Company, a privately funded oil and gas producer. He has co-authored seven SPE papers, primarily on reserves related topics.
.1 CEUs and 1 PDHs offered.
Members : USD 25.00
Non-members : USD 50.00