Part I: Oil and Gas Operations - Part one covers oil and gas operations in the field. It includes historical and structural geology, seismic surveying, drilling a well, well logging, completions, production methods, reservoir drive mechanisms, selling oil and natural gas, and workovers.
Part II: Oil and Gas Business - Part 2 delves deeply into the business side of oil and gas investments. The book covers oil and gas leases clause-by-clause, oil and gas law, the players in an oil and gas deal, deal structures, economic evaluation of investment opportunities, and federal taxation
Part III: 150 Questions to Consider Before You Invest - Part 3 provides over 150 specific questions to ask before you invest in an oil and gas deal. These questions will advance your understanding of any investment you are considering and serve as a critical resource when you are performing due diligence.
Part IV: Glossary of Oil and Gas Terms
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If you are interested in joining private investors who drill their own oil and natural gas wells in the United States then this book is for you.About the Author:
Bio of Mike May, P.E.Mike May, P.E. is a Licensed Professional Petroleum Engineer with over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. His geographic experience includes oil and gas wells located in Texas, Louisiana, California, North Dakota, Washington, Wyoming, the Gulf of Mexico, Trinidad, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Romania, Azerbaijan, North Africa, Iraq, India, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
He has advised ExxonMobil, Shell, Apache, Conoco, Statoil Hydro, Newfield Exploration, Nexen Petroleum, Cairn Energy, Reliance Industries of India, and more than 50 smaller independent oil companies.
Mike has spoken to oil and gas industry audiences around the world from oil companies in Houston to the Geological Society of London to technology seminars in India. He has spoken about a wide range of advanced downhole technologies including formation fluid sampling and pressure testing.
Mike specializes in formation evaluation and while representing one of the big three service companies he was responsible for all electric wireline operations for a major international oil company with operations in 15 countries. Prior to that he performed over 700 open hole logging jobs in the field, analyzed thousands of formations, and helped clients assess the commercial viability of hundreds of wells by analyzing open hole logs at the casing point.
Mike has experience in Petrophysics, Log Analysis, Downhole Formation Fluid Testing and Sampling, Electric Wireline Operations, Petroleum Geology, Reservoir Engineering, Drilling, Completions, Seismic and Geophysics.
Mike May is the owner of Limestone Oil Corporation.
Limestone Oil is focused on creating shallow oil and gas development drilling projects in areas of proven production, with multiple conventional oil targets. Limestone Oil is a prospect generator.
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