Unconventional Oil and Gas Developments Overview
An In-Person Training Course by Esanda.
In-House sessions are available upon request.
The course provides an overview of the fundamentals of unconventional gas developments in the upstream sector. The areas of shale gas and Coal Bed Methane (CBM), also known as Coal Seam Gas (CSG) will be covered from a lifecycle perspective.
The Course Is Designed For:
- Technical, commercial and management staff that require a high level technical overview of the upstream unconventional industry.
- Personnel within the industry.
- Technical support staff entering the industry.
- Technical staff who want to expand their understanding of the industry.
- Students considering the industry as a career.
Leon Massaras is a Hydraulic Fracturing expert with more than has more than 25 years’ experience in oil field exploration and development. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, USA. He is an International Authority in Drilling Fluids, Well Cementing and Hydraulic Fracturing as he worked in all geographical and reservoir environments throughout the USA, the Netherlands, Italy, the United Kingdom, Greece, Egypt, Angola, Russia and Kazakhstan.
During his long career, Leon has worked for CHEVRON, MOBIL, CONOCO, TEXACO, HALLIBURTON and SCLUMBERGER. He worked as Senior Consultant, Senior Instructor, Drilling Manager, Mud Manager, Drilling Engineer, Cementing Engineer, Reservoir Engineer and Field Engineer (I, II & III).
Leon is an active member in three API committees and he is a member of SPE. He has written numerous papers, publications, and presentations and he has one patent related to Drilling/Reservoir Engineering.
Coal bed (seam) methane
Shale gas wells
Compression infield v centralised
Water supply for fraccing operations
Produced and recycled water
Field Development Planning and Production
Field development planning
Health, Safety and Environment
Field layout considerations
Water usage considerations
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