Oil field workshop at MSU takes geoscience to the next level
A one-day seminar geared toward oil-industry geoscientists will take place April 22, as Minot State University continues its effort to offer educational opportunities for learners of all ages.
In conjunction with the Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, MSUís Center for Extended Learning will host the workshop to offer a basic understanding of completion and stimulation techniques for geologists from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Conference Center.
Jennifer Miskimins, the instructor from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, will educate attendees on a variety of topics from a multidisciplinary viewpoint, to facilitate the input of geological and petrophysical components into completion and stimulation operations. The design of wells, from casing schematics through initial stimulation, will also be covered.
The fee for the completions and stimulation workshop is $195. The price includes lunch, refreshments and course notes. You are encouraged to register by April 15. Attendees will earn Professional Development Hours through the Colorado School of Mines. If you are interested in more information or would like to register for the class, contact Amy Woodbeck, MSU CELís professional and community education coordinator, 701-858-3989 or Mary Carr, director of the Rocky Mountain Region PTTC, 303-273-3107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.