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Mid-Continent Playmakers Forum

11 May 2017
  |  
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Sponsored By:
Shell

 


The AAPG Division of Professional Affairs is providing new opportunities for professional development and networking through our new Playmakers forums. The primary purpose of these forums is to bring leaders from industry to present their ideas, successes and even failures in developing new plays. A secondary purpose is to provide training for professionals in prospect generation and presentations. The key to the success of Playmaker’s is most of the speakers are predominantly invited, technical experts on active plays.

General Discussion:
  • Majors to mid-size independents to small private equities—Roles in the unconventional development of the Anadarko Basin.
  • The private equity explosion—How to raise and make money during a long period of stressed commodity prices.
  • Keys to extending mature resource plays and exploring new unconventional opportunities.
  • Science wells—How to make efficient use of all that data.
Themes:
  • STACK Development—dominance of mid-sized independents in the play—Are they ready for full development?
  • SW Stack Deep Gas—How deep are the big independents going?
  • NW Stack Play—Tapstone, Devon and Newfield lead land acquisition and exploration in northwest Anadarko Basin.
  • SCOOP Development—This play is in the manufacturing stage—A review of results.
  • Merge Exploration—A fast emerging play, but is it economical?
  • Springer Shale Exploration—How hard is it to find and develop this elusive black shale?
  • The Penn Sand Resource Play—a closer look at this stealth play.
Who Should Attend:

Geologists, engineers, geophysicists, entrepreneurs

Benefits of Attending:

Knowledge of MidContinent success and technical knowledge that can be implemented


Agenda

7:30 a.m. Coffee—Sponsored by Cornerstone Petroleum Corporation, Jason F. Hamilton, President

8:00 Introduction and Play Summary of the Anadarko Basin—Rick Fritz, CEO, Council Oak Resources

8:10 Discovery Thinking: The AAPG Century—Giant Fields through the Decades—Charles Sternbach, President, AAPG

8:30 Morning Keynote Speaker—Building a Major Asset in the Anadarko Basin—The Tecolote Granite Wash Story—Maurice Storm, President & CEO, Tecolote Energy

9:00 Science Data: Rise of the Machines, Analytics and Humans—Kathy Ball, Manager E&P Analytics and Data Science, Devon Energy

9:30 VRO and Woodford—Learning the SCALE of the Woodford Petroleum System one measurement at a TIME—Doran Eddins, Reservoir Engineering Adviser, Council Oak Resources

10:00 Break

10:30 History of a SCOOP Success: The Vitruvian Experience—Clayton Davis, VP – Exploration, Vitruvian Exploration III

11:00 Springer Shale Exploration—How hard is it to find and develop this elusive black shale?

11:30 Hunton Play—Going Unconventional in a Conventional Field—Galen Miller, Geologist, Gastar Exploration

Noon Luncheon Keynote Speaker—e.g., Oil is king in unconventionals: Keys to extending mature resource plays and exploring new unconventional opportunities

1:30 p.m. STACK—An unconventional resource play in a silt reservoir, is this play ready for full development?

2:00 SW Stack Deep Gas—How low can we go in the deep Meramec shale?

2:30 NW Stack Play—Extending a mega-play: Tapstone, Devon and Newfield lead land acquisition and exploration in northwest Anadarko Basin

3:00 Break

3:30 Merge Exploration—A fast emerging play but is it economical?

4:00* The Penn Sand Resource Play—A closer look at this stealth play

4:30* Re-look at the Northern OK-Southern KS Miss Play—Shane Matson, Geologist, BlueJacket Energy

5:00 Sundowner—Australian-style Icebreaker

5:30* Evening Keynote Speaker—Building an Asset in Uncertain Times—The Panther Energy Delaware Basin Story—Don Burdick, VP Geology/New Ventures, Panther II

Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Geological Society
10 NW 6th St
Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73102
United States
(405) 235-3648
Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Geological Society Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Geological Society 37633

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Richard Dale Fritz Richard Fritz Convener Council Oak Resources, LLC USA
Jason Forrest Hamilton Jason Hamilton Convener Cornerstone Petroleum Corporation USA
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