Extend your ATCE experience by adding a training course before or after the conference. Select from more than 20 courses and find a topic to match your learning and professional development needs. SPE works with recognized experts to develop training courses covering a wide range of industry topics. Participants receive 0.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for one-day courses and 1.6 CEUs for two-day courses.

One-day courses are available on October 1, October 2 and October 6 and October 10
Two-day courses are available on October 1-2 and October 6-7

We offer virtual courses and in-person training courses that will be held at the George R Brown Convention center in Houston, Texas

Training courses are not included with the purchase of ATCE conference registration and must be purchased separately. 

 

 

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( June 20 - Sept 1)

Standard Price

( Sept 1 - Oct 2 )

Onsite Price

( Oct 3 - Oct 10 )

1 day course - in-person 550 Member / 750 Nonmember 650 Member / 850 Nonmember 750 Member / 950 Nonmember
1 day course - virtual 200 Member / 300 Nonmember

250 Member / 350 Nonmember

300 Member / 400 Nonmember
2 day course 1000 Member / 1400 Nonmember 1200 Member / 1600 Nonmember 1400 Member / 1800 Nonmember

 

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Pre- Conference Free Webinar Sessions

How to Write a Good Abstract

Date: 27-Sept-22
Duration: 1 day, 09:00AM - 10:30AM CST

Instructor: Terry Palisch

Course Description: In an effort to assist authors submit their best papers to conferences and journals, SPE is offering a free webinar session on how to write an abstract. In this session we will cover basics within the abstract process along with how to effectively construct your abstract for a better chance of acceptance.

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How to Write a Good Technical Paper

Date: 28-Sept-22
Duration: 1 day, 09:00AM - 10:30AM CST

Instructor: Jonathan Wylde

Course Description: SPE is committed to helping authors submit their best possible paper to conferences and journals. This free session will be covering the basic methods on how to write a good technical paper. 

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Pre-Conference Training Courses

Methane Emission Measurement & Mitigation (Virtual)

Date: 2-Oct-22
Duration: 1 day

Instructors: Matthew Buteu, Kristian Martens
Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Production and Operations
Course Description: This course is important so that the senior leaders and technical practitioners can be informed of the immediate actions required, and solutions available, to manage methane emissions. After taking the class you should be able to promote currently available technologies to achieve practical and cost-effective methane mitigation solutions as well as basic Carbon accounting which satisfies the needs of investors or bankers.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1-day course.

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Reservoir Engineering Applications of Advanced Data Analytics and Machine Learning Algorithms

Date: 1-2 October, 2022
Duration: 2 days

Instructor: Ashwin Venkatrama
Disciplines: Data Science and Engineering Analytics | Drilling | Production and Operations | Reservoir
Course Description: We have been collecting large amounts of subsurface data in the E&P industry. The easy access to advanced analytical tools and techniques at great computational speeds has democratized data-driven modeling. The use of these tools and techniques presents a great competitive advantage as we seek to increase recovery and be more efficient as an industry. Take this course to understand how to apply these tools and techniques to subsurface data and equip yourself with skills that is transforming the E&P business in the coming years.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded for each 8 hours taken of the course.

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Fiber-Optic Sensing: Introduction to the Technology and In-Well Sensing Applications

Date: 1-Oct-22
Duration: 1 day

Instructor: Dennis Dria
Disciplines: Completions | Drilling | Production and Operations | Reservoir
Course Description: Fiber-optic sensing and its applications have been in use in the oilfield since the mid-1990’s. However, the technology continues to evolve, enabling new applications and more-robust quantitative interpretations. If you have been thinking about using this technology and would like to learn more, this course is for you.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1-day course.

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Design of Fiber-Optic DTS and DAS Well Installations

Date: 2-Oct-22
Duration: 1 Day

Instructors: Dennis Dri & Bill Shroyer
Disciplines: Production and Operations | Reservoir
Course Description: This course is for completion, production, surveillance, and reservoir engineers who need an introduction to the design of fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing well installations.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1-day course.

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Field Development Economics (Virtual)

Date: 2-Oct-22
Duration: 1 Day

Instructor: Mark Cook 
Discipline: Management
Course Description: This course is for engineers, geoscientists and managers who want to use economic methods for making field development decisions. Service company staff will learn to evaluate the economic benefits their products can offer, and investors will be better able to rank their oil or gas opportunities.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 1-day course.

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The Techniques and Business Aspects of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage and the CO2 Storage Resources Management System (SRMS)

Date: 2-Oct-22
Duration: 1 day

Instructors: Rawdon Seager & Nicholas Fulford
Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Reservoir
Course Description: The SRMS is a powerful management tool that provides a means to classify and characterize storable quantities of carbon dioxide in a manner similar to that provided by the PRMS for oil and gas reserves and resources. This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the principles and guidelines of what is likely to become the global standard for CO2 storage.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs will be awarded for attending this 1-day course.

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Post- Conference Training Courses

Separator Design and Troubleshooting

Date: 6-Oct-22
Duration: 1 Day

Instructors: Robert Chin & Victor Van Asperen
Disciplines: Projects, Facilities, and Construction
Course Description: This course describes different types of separators and scrubbers for a desired performance, how to design, and how to troubleshoot and debottleneck. We focus on gas-liquid separation with emphasis on liquid removal from gas. Discussions will begin with descriptions of two and three phase separators. The course then covers fundamental separator/scrubber design principles including inlet piping and motion effects on performance.  Internals for enhancing separation performance will then be explained. A brief overview of inline and subsea separation will be presented. Troubleshooting and debottlenecking examples of separators and scrubbers will be discussed.

CEUS: 0.8 (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this course. 

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Production Forecasts and Reserves Estimates in Unconventional Resources

Date: 6-7 October, 2022
Duration: 2 Days

Instructor: John Lee
Discipline: Reservoir
Course Description: This course will provide training in production forecasting and reserves estimation for low-permeability resource plays (such as shales) using simple, rapidly applied decline models favored by the industry for routine forecasting. Recommended methodology will be based on fundamental fluid flow theory rather than only on experience with different modeling techniques. The course will conclude with a comparison of decline models and a suggested workflow applicable to a wide variety of models and soundly grounded in fundamentals.

CEUS: 1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this 2-day course.

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Estimation, Classification and Reporting of Reserves and Resources Using PRMS (2018 Update)

Date: 7-Oct-22
Duration: 1 Day

Instructor: Rawdon Seager
Disciplines: Management | Reservoir
Course Description: This course presents the updated 2018 SPE Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS), including an in-depth review of the framework, classification and categorization of volumes. The PRMS is an industry standard approach to classifying petroleum resources used by portfolio managers to support their evaluations and decisions. Participants will gain a solid understanding of this valuable resources management tool. In addition, the course will review the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations.

CEUS: 0.8 CEUs are awarded for this 1-day course.

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Fluid Properties and Phase Equilibria (PVT)

Date: 6-7, Oct-22
Duration: 2 Days

Instructor: Birol Dindoruk
Discipline: Reservoir
Course Description: This (PVT) class will focus on the advanced and key topics of reservoir fluid properties, fundamentals, practical measurements and workflows. In the class, we will emphasize use cases and various examples including modern PVT report reviews as well as the key use-case related elements of equation of states (EOS s) that are often shared in our industry, especially in relation to reservoir models and other tools that use the PVT data. In addition, we will give a broad view of the new developments in all elements of the development cycle, including exploration, reservoir and production management, EOR/IOR and even CO2 sequestration. As the complexity of fluids and the reservoir conditions become more challenging, progress in the computational area is also being made, such as, new EOS models and computational techniques, advanced characterization methods, etc. Therefore, complex fluids and their implications will be inherently part of this class.

CEUS: 1.6 CEUs for attending this 2-day course.

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Applied Statistical Modeling and Data Analytics for Reservoir Performance Analysis

Date: 6-Oct-22
Duration: 1 Day

Instructor: Srikanta Mishra
Disciplines: Data Science and Engineering Analytics | Reservoir
Course Description: 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).

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

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