$125 – $250

Introduction to TIBCO Spotfire

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Colorado School of Mines

1516 Illinois Street

Golden, CO 80401

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Who should attend

Oil and gas professionals (geoscientists, engineers, etc.) interested in compiling, filtering, and visualizing data quickly and effectively.

Learning Outcomes

  • Users will build a simple production database and interactive bubble map of the Niobrara Formation in the DJ Basin by:
  • Importing spreadsheets and shapefiles into Spotfire
  • Creating data visualizations including pie charts, bar charts, line charts, and maps
  • Performing IP and Cum Volume calculations using simple equations, case statements, and OVER functionsDrafting summary tables using data categories and filters
  • Exporting data and visualizations to Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint

Course Description

This hands-on course will introduce TIBCO Spotfire features relevant for oil and gas professionals. Participants will learn the fundamentals of importing data, creating visualizations, calculating custom properties, and exporting results by building a simple production database and interactive bubble map of the Niobrara Formation in the DJ Basin. By the end of the course, participants will be able to create: (1) Rate-Time and Cum-Time bar, scatter, and line charts; (2) summary tables by well, operator, township, and county; (3) IP and Cum Volume bubble maps with GOR indicators; and (4) rules-of-thumb for exporting quick, readable visualizations for Microsoft PowerPoint.

The Instructor

Bryan McDowell is a reservoir engineer at Discovery Natural Resources and a Ph.D. candidate at Colorado School of Mines. He recently received his Master’s in Petroleum Engineering and will be completing his Ph.D. in Geology in Fall 2018. Bryan specializes in integrating geologic and engineering data sets for a fuller understanding on productivity controls in unconventional reservoirs. He has utilized Spotfire for three years as a platform for a wide variety of projects including helium exploration, ammonite localities, production databases, rate transient analysis, tracer tests, and well interference.

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