WellDog, Inc. and the Council of Energy Resource Tribes Present Coalbed Methane Symposium

U.S. and Canadian Indian Tribes will gather in Denver, Colorado for a two day conference on new technologies and best practices in unconventional natural gas development.

Laramie, WY (PRWEB) January 13, 2005 -- WellDog, Inc., an energy technology company, and the Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT) will present, "Coalbed Methane and the Future of Fossil Fuel Resources in Indian Country" on January 20-21, 2005 in Denver, Colorado.

The invitation only event, held at the Denver office of Holme Roberts and Owen, LLP, will include educational sessions to increase the level of understanding of the fossil fuel development process as it applies to Indian lands. Invitations have been extended to Indian Tribes in the Western States and Canada.

Topics for the symposium will cover new technologies and best practices in unconventional natural gas development including drilling and completion methodologies, water handling technologies, and reservoir assessment tools. Legal and financing issues will also be addressed. Speakers include experts in the industry as well as representatives from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.    

About WellDog, Inc.
Founded in 1999, WellDog, Inc. develops chemical sensing technologies for natural gas exploration and production. WellDogŪ services give coalbed natural gas developers the information they need to determine which wells will deliver the most natural gas in the shortest amount of time, accelerating gas production and reducing the amount of water produced. These services support an industry, coalbed natural gas, which is identified as the fastest growing sector of natural gas production in the U.S. For more information regarding WellDog, Inc., visit http://www.welldog.com.

About CERT
The Council of Energy Resource Tribes was founded by Indian Tribes out of necessity and out of a profound sense of collective self-confidence - the confidence that they could chart a new course of prudent development that would address Tribal priorities and values while contributing to a more secure energy future for all Americans. Since the inception of the Council of Energy Resource Tribes, CERT leaders have dramatically restructured the federal-Indian relationship regarding mineral development on Indian lands and have forged alliances and partnerships with industry. For more information regarding CERT, visit http://www.certredearth.com.

About Holme Roberts and Owen, LLP
Holme Roberts & Owen LLP is a Denver-based law firm with more than 215 attorneys in offices in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, London, Los Angeles, Munich, Salt Lake City and San Francisco. With a strong commitment to its legal work and to client service, HRO represents companies of all sizes and industries across the United States and in Europe in high profile lawsuits and business transactions. For more information regarding Holme Roberts and Owen, LLP, visit, http://www.hro.com.

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