Training

 

MHA provides training for the petroleum industry through the PetroSkills Alliance. PetroSkills was created in 2001 when BP, Shell and OGCI aligned their training experience and resources for the purpose of offering important, non-unique training. Today, with more than 30 members representing over 40% of the world's oil production, the PetroSkill's Alliance is focused on meeting the challenges of a rapidly changing hydrocarbon resource base. As the oil and gas Industry's partner, PetroSkill's mission is to deliver consistent, high quality, learning and development training and programs to build competent petroleum professionals.

 

In-House Software Training

Aries

Petra

Eclipse Black Oil and Compositional

Petrel

IHS Harmony RTA

Petroskills Course Information

Gas Reservoir Management (GRM)

Prospect and Play Assessment (PPA)

Applied Reservoir Engineering (RE)

Reservoir Engineering for Other Disciplines (REO)

Reservoir Management (RM)

Reservoir Management for Unconventional Reservoirs (RMUR)

Evaluating and Developing Shale Resources (SRE)

Unconventional Resource and Reserve Evaluation (URRE)

MHA wrote the PetroSkills curriculum for the “‘Coalbed Methane Reservoirs Advanced Analysis techniques” Course, which is offered as an in-house course instructed by MHA staff.

 

“PetroSkills’ member companies selected MHA Instructors because they simply had the best Reservoir Engineering course available.”

Ford Brett, Managing Director, PetroSkills
"I was impressed with the experience of the course leader and his ability to provide real examples from his career."

JS (Shell)
“MHA Instructors have the hands-on experience AND the instruction skills necessary to deliver the worldclass Reservoir Engineering courses.”

Dennis Wing, EVP/CFO, PetroSkills
"The exercises were practical and comments of the instructor were based on experience."

MD (Perenco)
"The instructor did a great job! He not only knows the subject, but also knows how to teach it effectively. Thanks!"

SD (BP)
"This course covers a wide variety of reservoirs and different approaches to each."

RM (Chevron)