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WellTest Training For Gas, Oil, Water & Geothermal Pressure Transient Analysis

WellTest software from IHS Markit allows you to conduct pressure transient analysis and interpret results from well tests performed on any gas, oil, water or geothermal well.

Designed for engineers and technologists, our WellTest classes will go beyond developing your skills in conducting pressure transient analysis to maximizing your interpretation of well test findings.

Key benefits:

  • Plan and analyze pressure transient analysis, using intuitive diagnostics and powerful models
  • Learn how to analyze drawdown and buildup data from producing wells, or injection and falloff data from injection wells
  • Assess the skin and permeability of your well
  • Enhance your knowledge of well testing
  • Acquire a thorough understanding of the reservoir
  • Predict reservoir behavior

Education & Training – COVID-19 response

Due to the escalating concerns regarding COVID-19 coronavirus, we are canceling or postponing all upstream training courses globally until further notice, both in our public classrooms and in your offices, to protect the health of clients, colleagues, and the global community.

We are investigating virtual delivery options that can continue to help support your needs. We will be in touch once the options are available. We greatly value your business and we continue to seek ways to effectively work with you through this global health crisis.

Please reach out to our training enablement team - to discuss your training needs or contact customer support for individual software support questions.

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