Oct 2018

Vienna Calling: Last-Minute Spots in Our CONFIRMED Courses

Upskill in autumn 2018 to make 2019 your most successful year. Last-minute spots for our autumn courses are still available, but be swift to register! The below courses are *CONFIRMED* and will be held in Vienna, Austria.


Petroleum Systems and Play Analysis (GEO45)
8-12 October 2018 (5 days)
** Last-Minute Spots available! **

Put a winning edge on your basin models and play analyses: Expand your know-how of petroleum system evaluation and become confident in developing plays, leads and prospects. Case studies of global basin types provide valuable insight and will round out your understanding of the topic.

Limited Seats Available – Register Now!


Modern Project Management (MAN33)
15-19 October 2018 (5 days)

Leadership acumen requires acquiring and applying a specific skill set. The good news is that these skills can be learned! Join our highly effective course on Modern Project Management and discover methods that ensure your projects will be successful and delivered on time.

Limited Seats Available – Register Now!


Pore Pressure, Fracture Pressure and Wellbore Stability Management (GEO21)
26-30 November 2018 (5 days)
Wellbore stability is an essential component and of paramount importance to a successful drilling and production operation. In our confirmed course, you will find out how to recognise and handle pore, fracture and overburden stresses, learn about subsurface stresses, and explore how to calculate overburden and fracture pressures. Register now to become adept at wellbore stability management and real-time evaluations of subsurface pressures. Over 40 pertinent topics will be covered during the course.



Petroleum Economics, Business and Decision Making (PBM02)
3-6 December 2018 (4 days)
This course is for you if you are involved in contributing data or information to economic evaluations. Improve your grasp of metrics like NPV, ROI, IRR; uncover sources of uncertainty, and gain the fundamental know-how required to efficiently evaluate projects from an economic perspective. Understand the principles of decision analysis to make sound judgments and learn how to factor in the complexity, risk and uncertainty that come with an E&P environment.