Colo. School of Mines School of Petroleum Newsletter 2014, Page 29

Colo. School of Mines School of Petroleum Newsletter 2014, Page 29

FIELD SESSIONS

COLORADO/MIDLAND CONTINUED

Monday, May 19: The big bus took the students to the Chevron training facility in Midland, as the rest of the drivers and vans followed. The facility was very enlightening for the training equipment had cut-outs to see the insides which allowed us to see how the equipment worked.

Tuesday, May 20: Allison Oien hosted us at Devon and provided us with a tour of their production field. Students received detailed explanations of what technologies were implemented in these fields.

Thursday May 22: Oxy provided us with an excellent 4 station tour of all of their facilities, allowing us to see a work over rig, battery station, drilling rig, satellite equipment station. We finished the day off with a great BBQ.

Sunday, May 18: The group traveled to Lubbock, Texas by bus, which was a new experience for the students. It turned out

to be a good time and new friendships.

Look at the outcrops.

With the increasing number of students and the number of groups in PEGN 315, we are very grateful that companies and the personnel involved devote so much time and effort to continuously support our unique summer program. Here,

Group photo taken at the Mill. Manager Chad Ones is on the far right.

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