Unconventional Natural Gas Institute

Colorado School of Mines
ARMA

ARMA CSM Guest Speaker
Niobrara Field Day
with Dr. Steve Sonnenberg (Colorado School of Mines)
ProTechnics: Chemical Tracers in Oil & Gas
by Claudio Ramos (Corelab-ProTechnics)
Optimizing Well Spacing and Well Performance in the Piceance Basin Niobrara Formation
by Mike Mayerhofer and Leen Weijers (Liberty Oilfield Services)
Life as a Practicing Tight Oil Reservoir Engineer
by Zack Warren (Reservoir Engineering Manager, Great Western Oil and Gas Company)
Improved Completions Efficiency Through Targeted Stimulation
by Josh Ulla (VP of Business Development of Fracture ID)
Experience Using a Novel 45 Degree Transducer to Develop a General Unconventional Shale Geomechanical Model
by Richard Rosen
Fiber Optics in the O&G Business: Introduction, Applications, Challenges and Opportunities
by Mr. Michael Dolan and Dr. Nicholas Rosenau (Shell)
Introduction to North American Unconventional Geochemical Evaluation: Geochemistry and Basin Modeling in Unconventional
by Mr. Michael Dolan and Dr. Nicholas Rosenau
Rock Physics of Unconventional Shale Reservoirs and its Applications
by Dr. Lev Vernik
Characterizing Fractures for Subsurface Fluid Flow
Dr. Thomas Doe
Gas Land
by Mr. Jim Ladlee
Use of Geomechanics in Heavy Oil Recovery
by Dr. David Yale
Fracability Index-More Than Just Calculating Rock Properties
by Mr. Mike Mullen
An Overview of Unconventional Resources
by Mr. Chad Hartman
Hole Cleaning Performance of Gasified Drilling Fluids
by Dr. Reza Ettehadi
Geomechanical challenges in unconventional shale resources
by Dr. David P. Yale
Characterizing Fractures for Subsurface Fluid Flow
Dr. Thomas Doe
Fracability Index-More Than Just Calculating Rock Properties
by Mr. Mike Mullen
An Overview of Unconventional Resources
by Mr. Chad Hartman
Hole Cleaning Performance of Gasified Drilling Fluids
by Dr. Reza Ettehadi
Geomechanical challenges in unconventional shale resources
by Dr. David P. Yale
Characterizing Fractures for Subsurface Fluid Flow
Dr. Thomas Doe
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