Young Professional and Intern Field Trip
Time & Location
About The Event
Four day multi-disciplined field trip in the Guadalupe Mountains for geology, engineering and land young professionals and interns will be led by Dr. Robert Trentham from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin and Dr. Cory Hoffman of Diamondback. Combined they have over 60 years of geological experience in research, development and production in the Permian Basin.
Robert Campbell and John Hagar, also with over 60 years of combined Permian experience, will provide engineering mentoring.
Chris Fling and Teri Mcguigan together have over 40 years of Permian experience will provide land mentoring
Goal is to educate participants in combining outcrop data with industry exploration and production techniques in a multi-disciplined environment.
•Participants will have opportunity to observe world-class outcrops of shelf to basin deposits that are direct analogues to producing fields in the Permian Basin.
•Lectures covering geology of west Texas, carbonates, sequence stratigraphy, quick and simple log and engineering calculations and land practices.
•Classroom exercises on general land practices, sequence stratigraphy, log correlation, water saturation determination, seismic interpretation and production analysis.
Participants will leave Midland, TX on June 9, travel to Carlsbad, NM, where they will stay at the Stevens Inn, and return to Midland, TX, the evening of June 12.
Double Occupancy. Single rooms will be allocated based on availability and happenstance of an odd number of male or female participants.
Included in the cost: Round trip transportation from Midland, three nights lodging, three breakfasts, three lunches, refreshments in the field, guidebook and handouts.
Limited space available. The first to register will be given priority!
Registration Fee is non-refundable AFTER May 25, 2022.
- YPI Field Trip Registration$1,100$1,1000$0
- RSVP Now, Pay Later$0$00$0