University of Tulsa CESE: Petroleum Economics Seminar

 

Now, more than ever, petroleum industry personnel need to develop and/or increase their knowledge in basic economic analysis and profitability assessment.
Sign up today for this seminar:

 

BASICS OF PETROLEUM ECONOMICS

Instructed by Mark J. Kaiser

 

March 15-16, 2016 * Houston, TX

October 4-5, 2016 * Denver, CO

 

Course Benefits:

  • Understand the essential elements of how cash flow components are estimated using industry examples
  • Learn the economic criteria for screening and ranking projects
  • Look at field development profiles and cash flow streams
  • Discuss case studies and current events will be used to illustrate the application of the course material
  • Understand the differences in risk and return of conventional and unconventional assets
  • Plus many more (see attached course brochure)

 

 Brochure:

 

The purpose of this seminar is to introduce economic concepts, strategies, and basic tools utilized in the oil and gas industry.  By knowing these, you will make better operational/financial decisions and understand the tradeoffs and risks associated with those decisions.

 

For additional seminar information and/or to sign up for this educational opportunity - go to our website:

                www.cese.utulsa.edu or click here to go directly to the course web page

               

This course has been applied for American Association of Professional Landmen RLP and CPL hours, CLE and CPE hours in many states.  It receives PDHs = 12.5 and CEUs = 1.25

Organizer University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa, Continuing Education for Science & Engineering


                800 S. Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104


                Email:  cese@utulsa.edu


                Phone:  918-631-3088

When?

Tue, Mar. 15 - Wed, Mar. 16, 2016

Where?

Double Tree Hotel - Greenway Plaza
6 Greenway Plaza
Houston, Texas 77046
United States