Mississippian Lime Play Forum

19 February 2015
  |  
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

This year’s Mississippian Lime Forum unleashes science, technology, and experience to solve persistent puzzles, and dramatically improve economics. Consider 2015 a breakthrough year as new, sometimes controversial new techniques and technologies are being implemented for the first time. Don't miss the "must attend" event! The forum will offer multiple formats including oral presentations, poster presentations, lively discussions followed by a networking reception. 

Who Should Attend

This one-forum will be useful to geologists, engineers, geophysicists, and geochemists who will be able to apply the new knowledge to their operations and also to evaluating properties.

Topics

  • Fracture networks and characterization
  • Diagenesis:  Processes and patterns
  • Migration pathways and reservoir development
  • Pore characterization and implications
  • Geomechanical processes and implications on production
  • New drilling techniques for optimizing reservoirs
  • Geochemical insights: fingerprinting for targeting enriched zones
  • “Stranded pay” – the new target

     

    Preliminary Program

    Pitfalls in Prestack Inversion of Merged Seismic Surveys, *Sumit Verma, University of Oklahoma; Yoryenys Del Moro

    Finding the Fractures and Faults in the Mississippian Lime Play: Reservoir Optimization, Fluid Management, and Enhanced Recovery, Lynn Watney, Kansas University

    Basin Temperature Model Study for the Mississippian Lime Play, Felicia Bryan, Texas Geol. Sociaty

    3-D Integrated Workflow for Understanding the Fracture Interference and Its Impact into the Gas Production of the Woodford Shale, *Eva Peza, Devon; Erik Kvale, Devon

    A New Approach to Modeling Production Decline in Unconventional Formation, *Anthony Ogunyomi (Femi), University of Texas at Austin; Song Dong, University of Texas at Austin; Kabir Shah, Hess

    Going Beyond the Tally Book: A Novel Method for Analysis, Prediction and Control of Directionally Drilled Wellbores using Mechanical Specific Energy, *Sam Noynaert, Texas A&M University; Eduardo Gildin

    Correlation of Seismic Attributes to Well Production, Jingfeng Zhang, BP America

     

     

     

    The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
    The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
    One Park Avenue
    Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73102
    United States
    1-405-272-3040
    No hotel blocks have been reserved for this one-day event.
    $395
    Expires on
    19 February, 2015
    Member Fee
    $450
    Expires on
    19 February, 2015
    Nonmember Fee
    $150
    Expires on
    19 February, 2015
    Student Fee

    No Refunds for Cancellations After 22 January, 2015.

    Student Fee Limited to 10 Spots

    Includes workshop admission, program booklet (schedule, abstracts, presenter bios), workshop participant contact list, icebreaker cocktail reception, 1 lunch, 2 coffee breaks, 1 continental breakfast, sanitized PDFs of talks (with company permissions).

     

    Amy Amy Mahan Event Coordinator +1 918 560-9431
    Susan Susan Nash, Ph.D. Director of Education and Professional Development +1 918 560 2604
    Vicky Vicky Kroh Registrar, Education Department +1 918 560 2650 +1 918 560 2678

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