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IHS CBM Training

Generate forecasts for the unique needs of CBM plays

Looking to simplify operations? Want to improve software skills?

The IHS CBM software training course begins with a brief review of the theory involved in coalbed methane reservoir engineering to complement proficiency with the software. Participants are familiarized with the fundamental concepts of coalbed methane. Topics such as coal structure, storage mechanisms and transport mechanisms are covered and differences between coalbed methane reservoirs and conventional reservoirs are highlighted.

Participants then become familiar with the main features of IHS CBM. They are shown various aspects of the software in more depth. To gain hands-on experience, participants are encouraged to follow along with a series of software examples and sample case studies. The examples allow participants to become familiar with the reserve determination, history matching, and gas and liquid forecasting.

Course Details

Length: 1 day, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Who Should Attend: Junior and senior technical personnel looking to gain a brief yet solid understanding of coalbed methane theory and familiarize themselves with IHS CBM for reservoir engineering applications.

Prerequisites: Basic Windows navigation skills

Tuition: $1000.00 CAD/USD. All Canadian courses are subject to GST. This course is available to in-house groups on request. Please contact us to request a quote.

Location: Calgary, Alberta and Houston, Texas training centers

Cancellation Policy: To cancel without penalty, please give notice seven calendar days prior to the start of the course. Without prior notice, you will be charged full tuition.

*Class hours can be used towards APEGA professional development credits.
Topics Covered
  • Langmuir isotherms
  • Gas-in-place and reserve recovery calculations
  • Material balance techniques (King, Seidle, Jensen and Smith)
  • History matching
  • Forecasting gas and liquid production
  • Matrix shrinkage
  • Numerical modeling

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For more information or to register, please contact us at: +1 (403) 770-4646 or register online. Enrollment is on first come, first serve basis.

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