SPE Online Education
Overview of ISO 27916 Standard as an alternative to EPA GHGRT Subpart RR0.15 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 05/07/2019 at 10:30 AM (EDT)
This webinar will present context of the development of the ISO Standard 27916 and how it compares to and may be used as an alternative to GHGRP Subpart RR.
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Commercial vs Economic1 credit offered
With the 2018 update to PRMS, the evolution of this important document continues with clarifications of existing terms and concepts as well as introductions of new terms. One constant has been the requirement of “commerciality” as an element of reserves. To ensure PRMS users distinguish “commercial” from “economic”, this online training course explains both terms. Also, related terms, like “economic limit”, are explained along with some FAQs on economic topics.
Estimated Ultimate Recovery vs Technically Recoverable Resources1 credit offered
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.
PRMS Examples2 new product(s) added recently
The PRMS provides a framework for classifying and categorizing hydrocarbon resources. Understanding the PRMS and correctly applying the concepts can sometimes be challenging. In this series, examples are presented to illustrate proper interpretations of principles, terms, and concepts. New examples will be added as they are developed and produced.
Module 3: Formation Mechanical Properties and Geometry Effects0.15 credits offered
The focus of this webinar will be on defining the issues and the critical role that formation mechanical properties and strength and structural geometry have on the geomechanics of oilfield applications.
Introduction to Petroleum Geomechanics: A Three Part Series
This three-part webinar series is focused on introducing the basics of geomechanics and geomechanics services to a wide audience - from service approvers (management), to engineers and scientists who might be called upon to support and evaluate the value of geomechanics efforts but who do not have specific training in geomechanics. While presented as a three-part series, the webinars are laid out in a fashion from more general to more technical.