Brock Engineering, LLC Announces its Gas Storage Schools for Fall, 2022

Brock Engineering, LLC is once again offering its Underground Gas Storage Schools in Kalamazoo, Michigan November 1-3, 2022.  This 3-day school is well suited for engineers, geologists, technicians and managers involved in underground gas storage.  Cores from Sandstone, Carbonate and Salt reservoirs will be available each day for examination and review.  The course contains 71 presentations and exercises on topics related to the following categories:

  • Gas Storage Basics
  • Well Construction
  • Integrity – Equipment and Field Protection
  • Abnormal Operating Conditions
  • Risk Management, Regulation and Emergency Response
  • Reservoir Development
  • Logging and Wireline Operations
  • Reservoir Properties
  • Storage Field Analysis
  • Inventory Management and Verification
  • Mechanical Integrity Testing
  • Abandonment of Wells and Fields

The cost for the 3-day school is $3,000/registrant before October 1st and $3,500/registrant after October 1st.  For companies sending 5 or more participants, I give a 5% discount on all registrations.

 

Additionally, the first day of the school is based on the fundamentals of underground gas storage and lays the foundation for the remainder of the course.  It is suitable for field supervisors and operators who may need a foundation in our industry. Therefore, I am offering it as a one-day school.  This one-day course has 28 presentations on the following categories:

  • Gas Storage Basics
  • Well Construction
  • Integrity – Equipment and Field Protection
  • Abnormal Operating Conditions
  • Risk Management, Regulation and Emergency Response

The cost for this one-day school is $1,000 before October 1st and $1,200 after October 1st.  The same discount policy applies for multiple registrations from one company.

 

Alternatively, should your company wish to do the school on-site at one of your locations, I am willing to travel to put the school(s) on as needed.  Separate pricing for this option is available and depends on the number of prospective attendees.

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