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    Resources and Reserves Evaluation (RILS)

    This course will discuss SPE PRMS guidelines (June 2018 version). SEC regulations will also be summarized by comparing important definitions with PRMS. Resources classification and categorization will be given on a framework along with a guideline for the application of these definitions.

    The course will update G&G and reservoir engineers with the current deterministic and probabilistic reserves  estimation methods.

    Module 1: Introduction

    Module 2: Classifying Petroleum Resources

    Module 3: Classifying Petroleum Resources (Part 2)

    Module 4: Reserves Estimation

    Module 5: Recovery Factors

    Module 6: Reserves Economics

    Module 7:  Before and After Tax Cash Flow (Part 1)

    Module 8: Before and After Tax Cash Flow (Part 2)

    Module 9:  Analogy

    Module 10: Material Balance Analysis

    Module 11: Material Balance Analysis - Gas Reservoirs

    Module 12: Decline Curve Analysis

    Module 13: Advanced Decline Curve Analysis

    Module 14: Deterministic Reserves (Part 1)

    Module 15: Deterministic Reserves (Part 2)

    Module 16: Descriptive Statistics and Probabilistic Reserves

    Module 17: Reserves Workflows

    Module 18: Unconventional Resources Review

    Individuals with both geoscience and engineering backgrounds

    A basic knowledge of reservoir engineering and petroleum geology, along with an Engineering or GeoSciences degree.

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