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Using Analytics to improve / optimise Production
making the best decisions about how to develop a field in a low oil price environment
Aberdeen, 29 Sep 2015
£20  

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Transforming Sub-Surface Interpretation
..…lifting it into the second decade of the 21stC!
Stavanger, 10 Jun 2015
NOK 200 (or free without lunch)  

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Cost Reduction in This Era
What are oil companies doing - and how might it impact you?
London, 05 Jun 2015
£50  

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Transforming Sub-Surface Interpretation
Bringing data and subsurface expertise together to get a better understanding of the subsurface
London, 13 Apr 2015
£50  

EVENT

Transforming Sub-Surface Interpretation
Recent developments in subsurface data acquisition, integration, analysis and visualisation
Aberdeen, 17 Mar 2015
£25  

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Finding Enough Oil & Gas in NW Europe
An expert update on NW Europe E+P potential- offshore, margins and unconventionals
London, 12 Mar 2015
£50 (early bird)  

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Petroleum Geology of the Mediterranean
One day training course
London, 10 Feb 2015
£500  

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Performance Excellence
....remains a challenge in our industry
London, 12 Jun 2014
Free  

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Oil in North West Europe
.......will independence of supply just be a mirage?
London, 23 Jan 2014
Free  

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Russia & the FSU
- plenty of opportunities below ground, plenty of problems above ground!
London, 18 Jun 2013
Free  

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Extending the life of the North Sea - building a CO2 utilisation and storage industry
Make the CCS business work
London, 18 Jan 2012
£100  



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Understanding fractured reservoirs and rocks

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The fact that fractures are common in the subsurface have been known for at least the last century but the practice of treating reservoirs as fractured rock masses has been extremely slow in becoming a standard industry practice, despite that fact that fields with such reservoirs are known from SE Asia, the carbonates of the Middle East and much more recently, the basement West of the Shetlands.