Achieve more accurate reserve estimations, optimize well spacing and better predict long term production forecasts.
Through up to date case studies, this year’s Reserve Estimation Unconventional meetings will ensure you are able to overcome the challenge of low quality production data, work towards an industry agreement on the most accurate estimation methodologies, reach parity on estimation results and answer questions over well spacing and optimal completion techniques.
R.E.U annual meetings attracts leaders in the reserve estimation field; a fantastic mix of major and independent E&Ps, academics and innovative solution providers to create a forum for the community to tackle their main reservoir engineering challenges together, year after year.
"Great review of the latest estimation methods. Stirred a lot of thoughts about how we estimate reserves for my unconventional asset."
History of R.E.U
HW has been running R.E.U events since 2011 and now has a global portfolio.
Our flagship meeting takes place in Houston and covers the most advanced techniques and up to date case studies from across the industry from the world's most respected practitioners.
However, we realised that due to the variable properties of different plays and technical advancement - there was a need to provide tailored conferences for different locales. These regional meetings offer the most appliccable and effective techniques for improving reserve estimation accuracy, quantifying recoverable resources and demonstrating economically viable production for the geological properties of the local plays.
“Pleasantly surprised. The depth of the presentations were deeper than at most meetings. Content and discussion dominated.”
Barry Katz, Chevron Fellow, Team Leader - Hydrocarbon Charge, Chevron
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“Congratulations for organising and implementing such an excellent conference and workshops. It was first class and I’d recommend it to anyone who is interested in Unconventional Reserves or Resources.”