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CANCELED - Basinal to Local Scale Stratigraphy and Facies Architecture of the Jackfork Group Turbidites, Arkansas

3-5 April 2014
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Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

 

Who Should Attend
Beginning/intermediate level geologists/geophysicists involved in exploration and production of deep-water (turbidite) reservoirs who are seeking an understanding of their regional to local scale stratigraphy and characteristics. A basic understanding of structure and stratigraphy is desirable. Emphasis is placed on relating the outcrops to Gulf of Mexico deepwater deposits.
Objectives

The objectives of this trip are three-fold, and include outcrops that have not been previously utilized in prior Jackfork field trips by various organizations:

  • Highlight regional variations in stratigraphy and facies architecture over a 250-300 mile Jackfork traverse across part of the Ouachita Basin.
  • Compare and contrast more localized statigraphic and facies characteristics at the reservoir scale.
  • Provide insight into the origin of the Jackfork, particularly with respect to an ‘out-of-grade’ continental margin’.

This combination of regional and local observations will provide the participants with insights for both improved conceptualization at the regional scale (exploration) and stratigraphic (and structural) details that affect production (development)

Course Content

The first day of the trip will comprise examination of a depositionally updip sandy submarine canyon fill (Big Rock Quarry), followed by a slope deposit consisting of mass transport deposits and intervening sandy fill (Pinnacle Mountain State Park). The second day will begin with a traverse through the famous DeGray Spillway 1000ft. section of lower/base of slope Jackfork strata, then move onto a newly studied, complete 5000 ft. Jackfork section near the town of Kirby, Arkansas, where 25 individual sandstone packages are separated by shales; some of these are 3D outcrops. The third day will comprise a detailed examination of base of slope strata at Hollywood Quarry, which contains several different structural and stratigraphic features at reservoir scale. This will be followed by a final stop along a more basinal section of sandstone at Dierks Spillway.

Field Seminar Location
Begins and ends in Little Rock, Arkansas. Flights to Houston from Little Rock airport are available on Sunday, April 6, to arrive in time for the afternoon opening session of the Convention. (Participants should plan to arrive in Little Rock on Wednesday April 2 and depart on Sunday morning April 6.)

No information available at this time.

$1,495
Expires on
05 March, 2014
Early Tuition
28 people
Limit
1.5 CEU
CEU

Includes 4 nights lodging, lunches and refreshments for 3 days, all field transportation and field guidebook.
No refunds for cancellations after 6 March 2014.

 

Fuge Zou Marathon Oil Corporation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Roger M. Roger M. Slatt University of Oklahoma and Director of the Institute of Reservoir Characterization, Norman, Oklahoma, USA
Vicky Kroh Registrar +1 918 560-2650
Debbi Debbi Boonstra Education Coordinator +1 918 560-2630

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