A joint workshop with South Texas Geological Society
North America GTW - An AAPG/STGS event
18-20 March 2013 | San Antonio, Texas
Operators are applying techniques learned from operations in the Eagle Ford to adjacent formations, such as the overlying Austin Chalk, underlying Buda and the Eagle Fords deeper source rock cousin, the Pearsall. The adjacent formations are especially important at shallower depths in areas where the Eagle Ford produces a lower gravity oil.
New insights and techniques are being used to find sweet spots, and to apply the right kind of drilling, completion, and stimulation in order to optimize production. Water issues are also addressed in workshop presentations.
Join us as we look at the latest lessons learned and bring together presentations from geology, geophysics, geochemistry, and engineering perspectives to gain insight into productivity in the Eagle Ford.
before 18 February 2013
after 18 February 2013
|US $895||US $995|
Fee includes workshop admission, program booklet including presentation abstracts, workshop participant contact list, Icebreaker Cocktail Reception, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 6 coffee breaks, final summary report and Certificate of Completion
No Refund for Cancellations after February 18, 2013
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