|AAPG or Affiliated Society Members|
|Attendees may register onsite Thursday starting at 7:00 a.m.|
Fee Includes: course program, course presentations, articles & “test your knowledge” quizzes, continuing education credit, luncheon, 2 networking breaks, reception
No Refund for Cancellations after March 14, 2013
|Date:||April 11, 2013 (Thursday)|
|Location:||Oklahoma City | Skirvin Hotel|
|Time:||8:00 am – 6:00 pm
followed by Wildcatter Corner Ice Breaker Reception after the program
|6:00 pm– 7:30 pm: Wildcatter Corner Ice Breaker Reception|
|8:00- 12:00||Morning Session|
Introduction to Woodford Shale Forum
Susan Nash, AAPG
Woodford Shale: From Hydrocarbon Source Rock to Reservoir
Brian Cardott, Oklahoma Geological Survey
Woodford Shale: Rock Properties and Reservoir Characterization
Jim Puckette, Oklahoma State University
Preliminary High-Resolution Stratigraphic Analysis of the Caney and Woodford Shales in a Continuous Shallow Corehole
Lynn Watney, Kansas Geological Society
Sequence stratigraphy of the Woodford Shale and applications to drilling and production
Roger Slatt, University of Oklahoma
Anadarko Woodford Shale: Improving Production by Understanding Lithologies/Mechanical Stratigraphy and Optimizing Completion Design
Craig Caldwell and Phillip Johnson, Cimarex
Oil Production from the Woodford Shale in Central Oklahoma - Successes and Lessons Learned
Paul W. Smith, West Star Operating
Well Thoughtout Completions Change Economics in Horizontal Wells
Charlie Smith, Halliburton
Conventional Log Evaluation in Organic Shales
Cody Knepper, NuTech
Using Core-to-Log Correlations to Characterize the Woodford Shale and Identify Productive Horizons
Christopher Altoff, Mt. Dora Energy
Geomechanics of Shales
Patrick Hooynam, Baker Hughes
Big Data and the Woodford
James Yockey, and Zach Mays, Oseberg Energy
Lively Interaction with Presenters and audience
|6:00-7:30||Reception: Wildcatter Corner|
Venue: The Skirvin Hilton
The Skirvin Hilton is a historic hotel located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City. For over a century, this landmark hotel has accommodated some of the world’s most influential people, from presidents and politicians to actors and athletes. In 2007, the famous Skirvin building was architecturally restored to ensure that it remains a historically significant landmark in the Oklahoma City landscape.
The Skirvin Hilton is the go-to venue for business people, event hosts, and party-goers alike. With spectacular ballrooms and lavish boardrooms, the Skirvin Hilton’s meeting and event space is ideal for just about any event. And with a hands-on events services team to organize and/or run the show, Skirvin Hilton events are happily hassle- and headache-free.
For the business traveler, the Skirvin Hilton’s hotel business center provides a highly efficient and effective work environment with a variety of services, office equipment, and high-speed Internet access. Health-conscious guests will enjoy working out on the latest cardio and strength equipment in the fitness center before taking a dip in the heated indoor pool.
And because all of that work or play will surely build up an appetite, the Skirvin Hilton offers two on-location options for dining and imbibing. The Park Avenue Grill is full of Southwestern charm and American cuisine with a Southern twist. The Red Piano Bar is all about smooth, live jazz and signature cocktails.
Regardless of the reason behind your stay at the Skirvin Hilton, our goal is to make your experience comfortable, relaxing and, most of all, memorable.
For more information please visit the Skirvin Hilton website.