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2 Mar 2018

2018 SPE YP ANNUAL SKI TRIP

When: Friday March 2 - 4, 2018

Where: Winter Park Resort


SKI SEASON IS HERE! Join us for a fun weekend of skiing, snow mobile tours, and more!

POW SPONSOR: 

SNOW SPONSOR: 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Schedule:

Friday: Ski day - Check into hotel between 4:00 and 6:00 PM, Friday Welcome Happy Hour

Saturday: Ski or Snowmobile day, Dinner & Ski Trip Party with Raffles!

Continental Divide Snowmobile Tour (Driver) - $125
Continental Divide Snowmobile Tour (Passenger) - $60

Tour Length: Approximately 3-Hours
*Please allow 4 Hours total time

Sunday: Ski day, and return to Denver

Sponsorship:

Snow - $500

Pow - $1,000

Gnar- $2,000

Notes:

- Registration prices are per person. 
- All couches are for one person and beds are for two persons to share. 
- If you're interested in having a bedroom for yourself, please purchase two 'Bed' tickets.

6 Mar 2018

CONT. ED. | Re-Fracturing - Candidate Selection and Design

Dates: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 @ 8:00 AM 

Location: Schlumberger Training Room - 1625 Broadway Suite 1300 Denver, CO 80202

Instructor: Carl T. Montgomery - Senior Engineer with NSI Technologies, Inc.

Cost: Member $750, Non-member $850

0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded by SPE-Americas Office for this 2-day course.

Registration Deadline: Monday, February 19, 2018 @ 5:00 PM


Description

If I want to re-frac a well “just because” – maybe I am disappointed in the production – that is most likely a BAD idea. This course discusses how I can go about selecting a candidate (there are no really “good” candidates since having to re-frac indicates original fracs were not adequate) that will benefit from such a workover. Then, what extra considerations are involved in a treatment design.

  • What makes a good (or NOT) re-frac candidate
  • How does depletion affect the re-fracture for good or bad
  • What might be different about re-fracture treatment design

Instructor

Carl T. Montgomery is a Senior Engineer with NSI Technologies, Inc., a petroleum engineering firm in Tulsa. Carl is one of those unique individuals that bring experience from both the service (17 years) and operator (20 years) perspective.  His extensive domestic and international expertise includes propped and acid fracturing, matrix stimulation, geomechanics and well completions.  He has authored chapters in 5 technical books/monographs and 25 technical papers, while receiving 22 patents and numerous industry awards including the prestigious 2006 SPE Drilling and Completions Engineer of the Year Award.

Learning Level

Intermediate (Useful to be familiar with fundamentals of hydraulic fracturing)

Course Length

1 Day

Why Attend?

If you are considering the possibilities of re-fracturing operations, it is critical to understand all the various conditions that must be considered. These include: geomechanics of how production from this and offset wells may have changed in situ stresses, how proppant from the original frac may impact fracture propagation for the re-frac, and understanding specifically what must be accomplished by the re-fracture treatment (make longer fractures, inject stronger proppant to restore kfw, fracture new rock, …).

Who Should Attend

This course is of interest to petroleum engineers involved (directly or indirectly) in candidate selection, design and evaluation of re-fracturing treatments. It would be beneficial for participants to have a basic understanding of hydraulic fracturing and well completion concepts. However, the course is also of interest/value for reservoir engineering and management to understand what potentially can (and cannot) be achieved with re-fracturing.

CEUs

0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for this 1-day course.

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14 day window will not be refunded.  Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.

Training sessions attached to SPE conferences and workshops follow the cancellation policies stated on the event information page.  Please check that page for specific cancellation information.

SPE reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule courses at will.  Notification of changes will be made as quickly as possible; please keep this in mind when arranging travel, as SPE is not responsible for any fees charged for cancelling or changing travel arrangements.

We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.

Full Regional cancellation policies can be found at the “Cancellation Policy” link on the SPE Training Course Catalog page.

14 Mar 2018

YP L&L | Insights from Fiber-Optic Diagnostics

When: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM MDT

Where: Liberty Oilfield Services, LLC.

950 17th Street

Floor 24th

Denver, CO 80202

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!


Insights from Fiber-Optic Diagnostics

Gustavo Ugueto and Paul Huckabee, Shell Exploration and Production

14 Mar 2018

YP Happy Hour

When: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 | 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Stay tuned! More details to come!

19 Mar 2018 REGISTER

RESERVOIR STUDY GROUP | Myths and Misunderstandings of Reservoir Engineering

When: March 19th, 11:30 AM to 12: 30 PM

Where: Halliburton Office - 1125 17th st, Denver CO 80202


Abstract: Myths and Misunderstandings of Reservoir Engineering takes aim at some of the most common and intransigent fallacies, even among reservoir engineers. The wide-ranging discussion addresses concepts like drainage area maps and the concepts of depletion and interference and how they differ between millidarcy and nanodarcy reservoirs. It detours into tilted oil-water contacts before returning to the concepts of transient and boundary-dominated flow, the use of a constant b-factor, the utility of daily production data and how those relate to reserves categories.  Armed with a better fundamental understanding of reservoir dynamics,  engineers and the geologists who work with them are better able to interpret and predict future behaviors


Speaker bio: Dwayne Purvis, P.E.  has spent over two decades in reservoir engineering and executive leadership as a consultant and operator.  He has led or participated in hundreds of field studies and reserve analyses over dozens of basins in the United States and abroad, and he has participated in the sale or acquisition of projects valued from tens of thousands to billions of dollars.

Before starting his own consulting practice in 2015, he served Jetta Operating Company as Reservoir Engineering Manager and Reserves Manager.  Prior roles include founder and Executive Vice President of consulting firm The Strickland Group and partner at Cawley, Gillespie & Associates.

Mr. Purvis has published on issues of reserves, risk analysis and shale reservoirs.  He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas, member of SPEE, AAPG, SEG and a 25-year member of SPE.

21 Mar 2018 REGISTER

GENERAL MEETING | Caveat Emptor in Acquisitions

When: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 11:30 AM

Where: Denver Athletic Club | 1325 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204

For any dietary restrictions please contact denversection@spemail.org

Registration closes at 5 PM on Monday, March 19th

Abstract

Caveat Emptor in Acquisitions (or Ways I've Seen People Get Burned) Tuition in the school of hard knocks is particularly expensive.  Mr. Purvis draws on his long experience as a consultant and manager to tell cautionary and entertaining tales of acquisitions and projects gone wrong, and a few gone right.  Come join this interactive presentation to hear stories about LOE inflated by the costs of car washes and about the guy who had "a reservoir built over his field", as well as other rarities that you may want to avoid.


Bio
Dwayne Purvis, P.E.  has spent over two decades in reservoir engineering and executive leadership as a consultant and operator.  He has led or participated in hundreds of field studies and reserve analyses over dozens of basins in the United States and abroad, and he has participated in the sale or acquisition of projects valued from tens of thousands to billions of dollars.

Before starting his own consulting practice in 2015, he served Jetta Operating Company as Reservoir Engineering Manager and Reserves Manager.  Prior roles include founder and Executive Vice President of consulting firm The Strickland Group and partner at Cawley, Gillespie & Associates.

Mr. Purvis has published on issues of reserves, risk analysis and shale reservoirs.  He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas, member of SPEE, AAPG, SEG and a 25-year member of SPE.

22 Mar 2018

CSM MUDBUG MASQUERADE

When: Thursday, March 22, 2018 | 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Where: Colorado School of Mines | Marquez Hall 206, 1600 Arapahoe St., Golden, CO 80401

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

To register, you need to click on the hyperlink, click on STUACT-STACT, click on Mudbug Masquerade 2018, then fill out your info. 


The Mudbug Masquerade is an annual crawfish boil sponsored by the petroleum-focused student clubs on the Colorado School of Mines campus. This year's event will be organized by CSM's American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE), American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) student chapters.

Registration is open to the public for the first time at $25 for all-you-can-eat crawfish and sides. A cash bar (sponsored by Denver SPE) will also be provided.

22 Mar 2018

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SECTION STUDENT PAPER CONTEST

When: Thursday, March 22, 2018

More details to come!

23 Mar 2018

ROCKY MOUNTAIN STUDENT SYMPOSIUM

When: Friday, March 23 - Saturday, March 24, 2018

More details to come!

29 Mar 2018 REGISTER

EDUCATION TRACK | Artificial Lift - Gas Lift Design and Application

When: Thursday, March 29, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Where: Black Hills Exploration and Production Office | 1515 Wynkoop St. Suite 500, Denver, CO 80202


Description: Artificial Lift - Gas Lift Design and Application class is designed for engineers and anyone interested in optimizing production.  This class is built to better understand when/why gas lift is needed and how its applied to ever changing reservoir issues common to all basins.  Understanding the advantages and challenges of gas lift along with the types of gas lift and how it fits your well.  

Instructor: James Staton, Dover Artificial Lift 

Bio: James Staton has over 20 years in the industry holding various positions from operations manager to Corporate Sales. James is working for Dover Artificial Lift in their Gas lift division where he has shared his practical and technical expertise in gas lift.  James has 10yrs of  Gas Lift experience, design and field operations. James Staton has recently taught short courses at the Colorado School of Mines as well as various Engineering level classes and field training for numerous Oil & Gas Operators in the Denver, CO area, up to North Dakota.   James holds an associate business management degree from USL (University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA) and completing his Bachelor’s at CSU’s Global Online degree program.

11 Apr 2018

YP L&L | Premium Pipe Connections for HPHT horizontal wells

When: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM MDT

Where: Liberty Oilfield Services, LLC.

950 17th Street

24 Floor

Denver, CO 80202

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Presented by: Tenaris

19 Apr 2018

CSM / SPE JOINT SESSION

When:  Thursday, April 19, 2018 | 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Where: Embassy Suites Downtown Denver | 1420 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202

Early registration cost: $40 for members / $50 for non-members. Walk-ins will be $60

That includes dinner and one drink ticket.

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Speaker: Sami Al-Nuaim

Bio: Sami Al-Nuaim has been with Saudi Aramco for 30 years, where he has worked in reservoir engineering, production engineering, research and development, and at the upstream computer center. He currently serves as manager, Petroleum Engineering Application Services, where he has full responsibility for providing technical information technology support to all upstream operations, including exploration, drilling, production, reservoir engineering, and facility design. A current area of focus is reservoir simulation of giga cells and giga models using Saudi Aramco’s GigaPOWERS simulator.

Al-Nuaim has a long history of service to SPE and is currently a member of the SPE Middle East Board of Directors. He has won several local, regional, and international awards, including the SPE Regional Service Award for the Middle East in 2010 and the SPE Distinguished Service Award and SPE Distinguished Member in 2011. He currently serves on the society’s ­DeGolyer, Rand, and McConnell Awards Committee and the 2017 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition Executive Advisory Committee.

He has published a number of technical papers, holds several patents related to well performance, and teaches petroleum engineering at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM). Al-Nuaim serves on the petroleum engineering departments’ advisory boards at KFUPM and King Saud University. He is a key figure in the Saudi and Middle Eastern energy and media sectors, having published more than 300 articles on oil and gas and energy in Saudi newspapers.

Al-Nuaim obtained BS and MS degrees from KFUPM, and a PhD degree from the University of Texas at Austin, all in petroleum engineering. He completed the Wharton Executive Management program at the University of Pennsylvania and the Advanced Asian Business and Culture Program from the Center for Global Business Studies at Pennsylvania State University.

Entree options are as follows:

Vegetarian: Spinach Gnocchi

Pan Seared Lemon Chicken**

Charbroiled Scottish Salmon Filet**

Charbroiled Bone In Pork Chop**

** Denotes Gluten Free Options

 

 

25 Apr 2018 REGISTER

EDUCATION TRACK | Short Overview of Oil and Gas Field Development

When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Where: Liberty Oilfield Services | 950 17th St. Floor 24, Denver, CO 80202


Course Description: More info to come.

Instructors: Jeffrey B. Aldrich & John Seidle

Bios: Jeffrey B. Aldrich is a Partner in MHA Petroleum Consultants, Inc. (MHA) and is a Certified Petroleum Geologist, #6254, by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and a Licensed Professional Geoscientist, #394; He is an active member of the AAPG and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).  He has over thirty years as a practicing petroleum geologist/geophysicist with multiple companies and over twenty years of experience in oil and gas reserve evaluations.  He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geology from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s of Science degree in Geology from Texas A&M University.

John Seidle is a Partner and Senior Reservoir Engineer with MHA Petroleum Consultants LLC in Denver, Colorado.  He has more than thirty-five years of experience in unconventional gas and oil reservoir engineering in domestic and international plays.  His current duties include unconventional reservoir engineering, reserve studies and economic evaluations, unconventional well performance analysis, and serving as an expert witness for litigation and regulatory hearings.  Dr. Seidle is an instructor for industry classes, primarily unconventional reservoirs.  Privileged to work with others on over 29 technical papers, he is the author of “Fundamentals of Coalbed Methane Reservoir Engineering”.  He is editor and chapter author of SPEE Monograph 4, “Estimating Ultimate Recovery of Developed Wells in Low-Permeability Reservoirs”. He received a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado, is a member of SPE, AAPG, and SPEE, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Colorado, Oklahoma, and Wyoming.  Unconventional reservoir experience includes USA, Canada, Australia, China, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Colombia, Mexico, France, UK, Turkey, Poland, Mongolia, Ukraine.

9 May 2018

YP L&L | Applications of Viscosity-Building Friction Reducers as Fracturing Fluids

When: Wednesday, May 9, 2018

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM MDT

Where: Liberty Oilfield Services

950 17th Street

Floor 24th

Denver, CO 80202


Mark Van Domelen, Downhole Chemical Solutions, SPE Distinguished Lecturer

24 May 2018 REGISTER

EDUCATION TRACK | Diagnostic Fracture Injection Test

When: Thursday, May 24, 2018 | 11:00 AM - 2:30 AM

Where: Liberty Oilfield Services | 950 17th St. Floor 24, Denver, CO 80202


Class Description: Since the introduction of the G-function derivative analysis, pre-frac diagnostic injection tests have become a valuable and commonly used technique.  A consistent method of analysis of the G-function, its derivatives, and its relationship to other diagnostic techniques including square-root(time) and log-log plots and their appropriate diagnostic derivatives must be applied to obtain useful results.  Examples are presented to show the application of multiple diagnostic analysis methods, including specialized analyses necessary for tests at the toe of horizontal wells. The goal of the short-course is to provide a method for consistent identification of after-closure flow regimes, an unambiguous fracture closure time and stress, and a reasonable engineering estimate of reservoir flow capacity from the pressure falloff data, without requiring assumptions such as a known reservoir pressure.

Instructor: Robert Barree

Bio: Robert D. Barree is president and principal investigator of Barree & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in stimulation and well performance optimization. Previously Dr. Barree was a Senior Technical Consultant at Marathon's Petroleum Technology Center. His 24 years’ experience at Marathon developed extensive expertise in the areas of well completion, stimulation, numerical simulation, special core analysis, formation damage, rock mechanics, and equipment design.  He has been involved in the development of hydraulic fracture design simulators and fracture diagnostic procedures since 1980 and is the primary author of the fully three-dimensional hydraulic fracture simulator GOHFER.

5 Jun 2018

SUMMER SOCIAL

When: June 5, 2018

More details to follow!

23 Feb 2018

38th ANNUAL SPE RACQUETBALL / HANDBALL TOURNAMENT

When: Friday, February 23, 2018 | 12:00 PM

Where: Denver Athletic Club, 1325 Glenarm Pl.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!


Cost: 

$35 - Members

$20 - Students


Sponsorships:

Platinum - $600

Gold - $450

Silver - $300


Event Contacts

John Arsenault (jarsenault@bayswater.us)

John Berning (john.berning@doverals.com)

Brian Weaver (brian.weaver@libertyfrac.com)

 

22 Feb 2018

SPE Young Professionals + Membership Happy Hour

Happy Hour - Thirsty Lion Gastropub - Union Station
February 22, 2018, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
1605 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202


Join us for drink and appetizers to catch up and network with friends and colleagues. It's on us!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

22 Feb 2018

JOINT COMPLETIONS / RESERVOIR STUDY GROUP | Tying the Data Together: A 4D Look at Geology's Impact

When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 11:30 AM

Where: SLB | 1675 Broadway, 7th Floor, Denver, CO 80202

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Abstract: Tying the Data Together: A 4-Dimensional Look at Geology's Impact on Wellbore Production. Understanding individual horizontal well stage performance and tying in expectations based upon reservoir properties, geophysics, petrophysics, geochemistry and geosteering results, along with stimulation observations is key to both best practices and well design improvements. 

The presentation will illustrate the use of 4D data as an evaluation tool to review drilling, stimulation, geophyics, geology, including petrophysical and geochemistry data. It will provide case studies comparing actual stage tracer production results with pre-completion data, petrophysics and geophysical expectations (from seismic, petrophysical logs, landing zone, etc.). It also provides discussion and a review of correlation between zonal productivity and drilling, stimulation, and production design. Using this knowledge, the operator can amend future well development plans with a greater confidence that the changes made will result in enhanced ultimate hydrocarbon recovery. 

Speaker: Patrick Hayes, TRACERCO

Speaker Bio: 

Patrick has 13 years with Tracerco performing various operational and managerial roles in the upstream and downstream areas. Patrick worked with the upstream, midstream and downstream business units to enhance clients production and help with gaining efficiencies. While working for Tracerco overseas Patrick was responsible for the operations and management of the projects performed in the North Sea, Europe, Middle East, and parts of West Africa.

In the US, Patrick has managed the Subsea and Reservoir unit teams and is now focused on the reservoir business development to work with operators to gain operating efficiency and better exploit reservoirs.

21 Feb 2018

GENERAL MEETING | Using Measured Mechanical Rock Properties to Identify Reservoir Depletion

When: Wednesday February 21, 2018 - 11:30 AM

Where: Denver Athletic Club | 1325 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204

For any dietary restrictions please contact denversection@spemail.org

Registration closes at 5 PM on Monday, February 19th


Abstract: 

With more infill drilling projects occurring, identification of depletion from existing completions will become an important part of the decision making as to whether to drill and/or complete a well.  By applying high resolution mechanical rock properties derived from drill bit vibrations, depletion can be detected from offset wells.  Using this data to normalize drainage volumes to EUR’s, a more predictive process can be implemented to optimized infill drilling and completion programs. 

Bio:

Eric Marshall has 15 years of oil and gas experience.  He received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in December of 2002 and immediately went to work for Halliburton in the Rocky Mountain Region.  During his time with Halliburton, he became an expert in coiled tubing and hydraulic fracturing operations leading him to manage their Pinpoint Stimulation technology out of Houston, TX where he successfully expanded the technology globally. 

In 2007, Eric joined Integrated Petroleum Technologies in Golden, CO as a reservoir and stimulation adviser.  During his 9 years with IPT, he practiced reservoir engineering and completions design, specializing in the economic optimization of field developments.  Eric is currently serving as Vice President of Engineering for Fracture ID where he oversee's the management of data processing and is working with a team focused on helping operators execute look back studies using measured mechanical rock properties, completions and production data to generate a predictive model catered to helping them maximize the value of their assets. 

 

20 Feb 2018

CONT. ED. | Applied Statistical Modeling and Data Analytics for Reservoir Performance and Analysis

Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018 | 8:00 AM

Location: Liberty Oilfield Services 950 17th Street, Floor 24 
Denver, Colorado 80202

Registration Deadline: February 16, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Description

There is a growing trend towards the use of statistical modeling and data analytics for analyzing the performance of petroleum reservoirs.  The goal is to “mine the data” and develop data-driven insights to understand and optimize reservoir response.  The process involves: (1) acquiring and managing data in large volumes, of different varieties, and at high velocities, and (2) using statistical techniques to discover hidden patterns of association and relationships in these large, complex, multivariate datasets.  However, the subject remains a mystery to most petroleum engineers and geoscientists because of the statistics-heavy jargon and the use of complex algorithms.

This workshop will provide an introduction to statistical modeling and data analytics for reservoir performance analysis by focusing on: (a) easy-to-understand descriptions of the commonly-used concepts and techniques, and (b) case studies demonstrating the value-added proposition for these methods. Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops to follow along the exercises in the workshop.  Topics to be covered include:

-Terminology and basic concepts of statistical modeling and data analytics

-Multivariate data reduction and clustering (for finding sub-groups of data that have similar attributes)

-Machine learning for regression and classification (for developing data-driven input-output models from production data as an   alternative to physics-based models)

-Proxy construction using experimental design (for building fast statistical surrogate models of reservoir performance from simulator   outputs for history matching and uncertainty analysis)

-Uncertainty quantification for performance forecasting

 

Learning Level

Introductory to Intermediate

 

Course Length

1 Day

 

Why You Should Attend

As “big data” becomes more common place, it will be necessary to extract as much intelligence from our ever-expanding trove of dynamic data from petroleum reservoir to improve operational efficiencies and make better decisions. This course provides the background to understand and apply fundamental concepts of classical statistics, as well as emerging concepts from data analytics, in the analysis of reservoir performance related datasets.  This will petroleum engineers/geoscientists to efficiently interact with data scientists and develop practical data-driven applications for their assets (without getting lost in the math).

 

Who Should Attend

This course is for designed for petroleum engineers, geoscientists, and managers interested in becoming smart users of statistical modeling and data analytics.

 

CEUs

0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for this 1-day course.

 

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14 day window will not be refunded. Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.

Training sessions attached to SPE conferences and workshops follow the cancellation policies stated on the event information page. Please check that page for specific cancellation information.

SPE reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule courses at will. Notification of changes will be made as quickly as possible; please keep this in mind when arranging travel, as SPE is not responsible for any fees charged for cancelling or changing travel arrangements.

We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.

Full Regional cancellation policies can be found at the “Cancellation Policy” link on the SPE Training Course Catalog page: https://www.spe.org/training/catalog.php.

 

Instructor

Dr. Srikanta Mishra is an Institute Fellow and Chief Scientist (Energy) at Battelle Memorial Institute, the world's largest independent contract R&D organization.  He is responsible for developing and managing a geoscience-oriented technology portfolio related to computational modeling and data analytics for geological carbon storage, shale gas development and improved oil recovery projects.  Dr. Mishra has taught short courses on uncertainty quantification, statistical modeling and data analytics at various professional conferences and client locations in the US, China, Spain, Japan, Finland, Belgium and Switzerland.  He is author of a forthcoming book on statistical modeling and data analytics for the petroleum geosciences to be published by Elsevier, as well as ~200 technical publications.  He holds a PhD degree from Stanford University, an MS degree from University of Texas and a BTech degree from Indian School of Mines – all in Petroleum Engineering.

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