SQL: Application to Oil/Gas Relational Database
Oil and gas companies dedicate significant resources to building and maintaining relational databases. Unfortunately, many of these companies do not utilize database utilities such as SQL, or Structure Query Language, to maximize their surveillance capabilities. This course will explore the functionality of SQL and how this programming language can be used to improve surveillance and maintain oil and gas databases. All users of today's leading oil and gas database software, DSS32 and OFM, will benefit from this training. All course materials will be provided. Course materials include a demo production database and an electronic copy of the course manual.
Registration limit: 13
Celia Payne, BOPCO, L. P. - has 25 years in oil and gas experience and 10 years in oil and gas software instruction. She structures the class in an easy to follow manner that applies everyday examples and uses of the PHDWin software.
|G114133Q||Apr 29||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Midland College PPDC Building|
|Registered: 0||7.0 Hours|