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Minimizing Risk & Uncertainty

The oil and gas market can sometimes prove to be a volatile industry. Things can change very quickly, and sometimes without warning. These changes can leave companies scrambling, unprepared for the shifts in market trends. At least, this much is true for those who choose not to take the necessary steps to minimize risk and uncertainty in the oil and gas business. If you choose to act smartly, you are a company that has decided to take precautions by throughly evaluating and analyzing pre-drill as well as post-drill. As an oil and gas company, it is possible that you might own reservoirs of shale oil, tight oil, or gas. Securing these reservoirs may take time. They can be difficult to locate, and sometimes difficult to obtain. But once you have successfully obtained an oil and gas reserve of some sort, it’s important to try and take the time to set up foundations for possible future obstacles.

Securing these reservoirs isn’t your end point on the journey to a successful oil and gas business. It’s important to take the time to get an oil and gas reserves evaluation so you can be sure that you’re following the strongest path for success. At Rose & Associates, we offer training on how to evaluate these reserves. This training is designed for a number of different potential clients at different points in their careers. It is valuable for those who are looking for an in-depth introduction to reservoirs all the way through thoroughly experienced clients that are looking for exposure to more modern approaches and technologies.

The evaluation course takes place over four or five days of classes. These classes offer a full coverage introduction to the exploration, appraisal and development of tight oil and gas reservoirs. These classes also take the time to teach you how to interpret and identify your data, and to then use this data to make the best decision about your reservoir. If you are interested in signing up for one of these courses, contact us to learn about course dates and the process for joining.


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