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Description: This 5 day course integrates the 3 day Principles of Hydraulic Fracturing class with hands-on GOHFER software training to create a robust learning environment. Discussion topics are woven in with software training for a better understanding of the fundamentals of hydraulic fracturing and the fracturing design process. The course is geared toward engineering and geosciences professionals but all disciplines involved or related to the fracturing process can benefit. The primary focus of this course is on fracture stimulation design for tight gas and unconventional reservoirs. However, the topics covered apply generally to stimulation of all reservoirs, including moderate to high permeability systems, and soft-rock applications.
Returning Attendee? – If you have already taken either the 3 or 5 day GOHFER course and would like to attend the course again, we are offering the repeat course at ½ price!
Student? – If you are a full time student at a university or college studying in the petroleum industry and are interested in attending either the 3 or 5 day GOHFER course, and if space is available once all paying customers have registered, you may register and attend free of charge.
Instructors: Dr. Robert Barree / Mr. Kevin Svatek / Mr. Andy Benson
Registration: Registration will only be complete upon receipt of our registration form and deposit or payment in full. Select Register for the desired course at left. There are a limited number of spots available, and registration will be on a first come-first served basis.
Total Cost: $3,000 USD per person. This includes course material on flash drive, breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Minimum deposit due on registration: $500 USD per person
Time & Location information: The course runs from 8 AM to 4:30 PM each day with a mid-morning and mid-afternoon break.
If a cancellation is required greater than 14 days before the course start date, your refund will be the cost of tuition paid in excess of $500 USD in the same method that it was paid. The $500 USD tuition deposit is non-refundable and non-negotiable.