A presentation by OPC Asia Operations Manager, Daniyar Maukenov, at an SPE event in Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan has led to requests for training and reserves audit work from local oil and gas companies.
Daniyar had been invited by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Kyzylorda Section to attend and present at the 3rd SPE Technical day hosted by local oil company KOR on September 30, 2017. Kyzylorda is a major oil producing region of Kazakhstan and has long history of oil production.
Daniyar said “Thanks to OPC’s international experience and reputation, I was asked to give an overview of our expertise in the evaluation of hydrocarbons in place and discuss the SPE PRMS reserves classification system. I was delighted be the positive response and interest among the local experienced engineering participants”.
Following the meeting, Daniyar was approached by several attendees for more information on the services that OPC can provide. As a result, we have been asked to deliver training services in Reservoir evaluation and to perform a Reserves Audit for one of the local Oil & Gas Companies.
OPC first established a presence in Kazakhstan in 2010 and Daniyar, who has a masters degree in Petroleum Production Engineering, leads the provision of technical and training services in-country. He can call on the expertise of colleagues in OPC London and Houston and to date OPC has delivered on a number of successful Competent Persons Reports, Reserves Audits and Full Field Reservoir Simulation and Modeling projects for the local Oil & Gas Operators.
For more details on OPC technical and training services in Kazakhstan, please contact Daniyar Maukenov on +7 7172 50 19 77.