- May 30, 2019 from 8:30am to 12:00pm
Why do the reserve figures for some assets change dramatically? Is there something "shifty" going on when a company carries 3 different reserve figures for an asset? If you are an expert in NI5-101 you will have all these answers, otherwise...
This 1/2 day course, 4 of 4, will explain the importance of accurate reserves reporting and how reserves fit into the economic evaluation of an asset for both internal and external use. Participants will have the opportunity to learn reserve categorization and the basics of an economic evaluation.
The four courses in this program are:
March 14 - Technical & Operations
April 11 - Deep Dive into Crown Royalties
May 9 - Understanding Corporate Documents
May 30 - Interpreting Economic Evaluations (Reserves 101)
While it is advantageous to take all of the courses in the order of presentation, it is not necessary. Participants are encouraged to select the courses that will most benefit their career today and in the near future.
Registration Fee includes beverages and snacks.
Save $50 when you register at least 3 weeks in advance! Prices will increase 3 weeks prior to the course.
Keith Carr has spent nearly four decades working in the oil and gas industry and has been sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm with students for many years, His experience spans many of the technical disciplines including geology, drilling, completion, production engineering and facility design, construction and operation. Keith has worked with both conventional and unconventional resources. in 2006, Keith took on a role as an instructor and continues with this today. One of the courses Keith currently instructs is the 2-day Evaluation of Canadian Oil and Gas Properties for Landmen.
|CAPL Credits:||3 Credits|
|AAPL Credits:||3 Credits|
|Fee:||CAPL Member||$150 plus GST|
|Non-Member||$200 plus GST|
|This course is Complete.|