The Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) has been held for two years now and keeps growing stronger. URTeC 2014 attracted more than 5,000 petroleum engineers, geoscientists and other energy professionals collaborating on all things unconventional under one roof — nearly 20% growth over 2013. The 2015 conference appears to be getting even more interest and attendance.
The January issue of American Oil & Gas Reporter included a contributed article by Duane Dopkin, and Jean-Claude Dulac. The headline was “Integrated Software Helps Improve EUR.” Here’s a summary:
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A recap of the Paradigm activities at the 9th Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Congress and Exhibition in Argentina.
It is now officially August, and at Paradigm we’re taking advantage of the final month of summer by heading out on a whirlwind trip through Latin America.