Woodford Shale Forum

29 May 2014
  |  
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Join us for an intensive one-day forum which will focus on optimizing the exploration and development of the Woodford Shale. We're looking at recent findings in geochemistry and geomechanics to understand how best to drill and complete the reservoir, and also where the productive limits may be.

New developments and understandings in many new areas will be featured:

  • Brittleness and fracability determinations
  • Geochemistry and productive limits
  • Sweet spot determination (seismic, geochemistry, biostratigraphy, sequence stratigraphy)
  • Producibility determinants
  • Well spacing / frac spacing
  • Variations in drilling and completion techniques across the Woodford
  • Fractures: natural and induced
  • Reservoir quality
  • Current research initiatives

If you would like to be a presenter, please contact Susan Nash. If you would like to be a sponsor, please contact Amy Mahan.

Accepted Papers
Recent Exploration Success in the Woodford Shale, Payne and Logan Counties: Finding 1000+ BOPD Wells in an Area Peppered with Dry Holes

Bill Coffey, Devon Energy

The Devonian-Mississippian Woodford Shale Petroleum System in the Anadarko Basin Province: Oil and Gas Generation, Migration, Reserves, and Resources

Debra Higley, USGS

Woodford Shale Play Update: Expanded Extent in the Oil Windos

Brian Cardott, Oklahoma Geological Survey

Regional Upwelling During Late Devonian Woodford Deposition in Oklahoma and Its Influence on Hydrocarbon Production and Well Completion

Eric Kvale, Devon Energy

Cana Woodford: How to Tie a Shoe

Craig D. Caldwell, Cimarex

Cana Woodford: How to Correctly Tie a Shoe

Philip Johnson, Cimarex

Stratigraphic variability of the Woodford Shale across Oklahoma

Roger Slatt, University of Oklahoma

Determining Optimum Well Spacing Using Fracture Characterization in Unconventional Reservoirs

Vivek Sahai, Weatherford

Nano-Indentation of Kerogen and Its Effects on the Geomechanical Anisotropic Wood ford Characteristics

Younane Abousleiman, University of Oklahoma

Strategic Planning the Big Picture: Learning from the Positive Experiences from Companies Operating in Shale Plays

Gary Hanson, Louisiana State University

Energy / Financing Shale Plays (working title)

Debbie Fleming, OC

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 meeting. 

$395
Expires on
29 May, 2014
AAPG/Affiliated Society Member Fee
$495
Expires on
29 May, 2014
Nonmember Fee

 

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

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