Laramie, WY (PRWEB) September 7, 2006
Experts from WellDog, Inc., a Laramie, Wyoming-based energy technology company, are co-sponsoring a webinar entitled "Introduction to Coalbed Natural Gas" in cooperation with Electric Utility Consultants, Inc.
The webinar will be held on September 14, 2006, from 1-3 p.m. EDT. The recommended audience for this webinar includes executives and managers in electric, coal, chemical and fuel exploration industries. Visit https://www.euci.com/web_conferences/0906-cbng.php for more details and to register.
Speakers for the webinar will be Wayne Greenberg, WellDog CEO; Robert Lamarre, WellDog Advisory Board member and widely known as one of the top coalbed natural gas geologists in the world; and Bret Noecker, WellDog’s Project Manager of Field Technologies. Biographies are available at the web site mentioned above.
"Coalbed natural gas provides an outstanding opportunity to mitigate the price fluctuations and volatility of the international natural gas supply," said Greenberg. "This webinar will address CBNG completion and production practices, regulation and permitting, and the environmental issues of CBNG development. This information is crucial to anyone in the power generation business."
The United States has one of the largest supplies of coal on earth and an estimated 700 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of coalbed natural gas (CBNG). Domestic CBNG is becoming increasingly attractive to fuel producers because it can be used interchangeably with conventional natural gas for electrical power generation.
About WellDog, Inc.
Founded in 1999, WellDog, Inc. develops chemical sensing technologies for natural gas exploration and production. WellDog® services give coalbed natural gas developers the information they need to increase profitability by producing more gas, more quickly, with less environmental impact. These services support coalbed natural gas, an industry that has been identified as the fastest growing sector of natural gas production in the U.S. WellDog provides services in major coal basins in the Western United States and Canada. For more information, visit http://www.welldog.com.