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Length: 1.5 Hours
Who Should Attend: Engineers, Geologists and Technologists who are involved with Nodal Analysis and Production Optimization.
Prerequisites: Students should have an understanding of basic geoscience and engineering principles including reservoir and fluid properties, production data, Wellbore Completions, Nodal Analysis: Rawlings Shellhardt, Vogel. Basic Windows navigation and spreadsheet skills are also recommended.
Tuition: No charge.
Location: Calgary, Alberta 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 $350.00.
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