The Industry’s Reserves

Estimation Meeting:

June 20-22, 2017

Houston, TX

Embedding tools, techniques, data and analytics for reliable reserves forecasting that supports internal and external investment

Now in its 7th year, REU Houston has established itself as a core annual gathering in the reservoir engineering calendar for operators and other stakeholders to share strategies, tools and technologies to more reliably forecast and book unconventional reserves.

The downturn has highlighted the importance of gaining a more dependable understanding subsurface assets for unconventional onshore operators in the US. The current conservative investment environment in US shale means that this is key, both in terms of internal resourcing and securing financing for future drilling and completions.

Join leading operators, financiers, industry experts and solution providers this June to learn best practices for technical reservoir estimation.

New for 2017

  1. More operator-led sessions than ever before, with a mix of small, medium and large players who are doing exciting things in reserves estimation
  2. A deep focus on embedding data analytics, visualization and automation tools for more accurate and lower cost forecasting
  3. Reviewing lessons learnt during the downturn and how to position reservoir engineering practices for greater completions and new drilling as investment comes back on line
  4. More interactivity throughout the program, including panel discussions, breakouts and networking sessions to provide more opportunities for speakers to share their knowledge
  5. Dr John Lee will lead this year’s workshop on construction of type wells

Learn more here…

"Congratulations for organizing and implementing such an excellent conference. It was first class and I'd recommend it to anyone interested in Unconventional Reserves or Resources."
Centrica Energy Upstream


"When times get tough focus on fundamentals. Nothing is more fundamental in our business than good investment decisions through high quality resources and reserves evaluations."
Talisman Energy


"This was my first non SPE conference to attend but the information and experience was just as valuable if not more so."
Southwestern Energy

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