SQL: Application to Oil/Gas Relational Database / Instructor Celia Houston
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 Houston is currently employed by BOPCO, L.P., Midland, Texas. Her responsibilities include managing the SQL production database for the company and outside operated properties, the reserve reporting, bank reserves and reports to banking institutions, and budget process for the West Texas Division. Other duties include the preparation of AFE packages, project follow-up reports, well bore schematics and well histories. Software utilized includes DSS and Aries, (both Landmark products), Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Wellview, Powertools, PHDWin and OFM and internal software programs for well test and production allocation. During this time frame, she has also taught software classes at Midland College for basic DSS, SQL language queries, OFM and PHDWin. Celia’s oilfield background has provided 33 years experience in drilling, horizontal wells, regulatory filings, tubular goods, plugging procedures, mud programs and systems, gas balancing, production allocation, economics, reserve processing and software support.
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