1 - 3 August 2016

San Antonio

The integrated event for unconventional resource teams

Sponsoring Organizations:

Society of Petroleum Engineers American Association of Petroleum Geologists Society of Exploration Geophysicists

Supporting Organizations:

Association for Iron and Steel Technology Association for Iron and Steel Technology American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society
Reducing Ambiguity in Source Rock Analyses
S. T. Dang, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai
Investigation of Gas-Water Distribution Characteristics in Kerogen Pores:A View of Intermolecular Surface Force
D. Feng
Iron Content of Organogenic Dolomite as a Reflection of Chemical Reactions Within the Zone of Sulfate Reduction: A Potential Tool for Depositional Studies of Organic-Rich Mudstones
H. Howe, S. Chipera, L. Alcontar-Lopez
Geochemical Analysis of Parasequences Within the Productive Middle Member of the Eagle Ford Formation at Lozier Canyon Near Del Rio, Texas
T. Shane
An Oil-Source Rock Correlation Examining the Potential of the Chattanooga Shale as a Source Rock for Oil Within the Spivey-Grabs-Basil Field, Kingman and Harper Counties, Kansas
M. A. Wall, M. Totten
Quantification of Retained Hydrocarbon in Source Rocks and Its Application in Shale Oil and Gas Assessment
J. Li, J. Shi, Y. Wang, W. Ma, D. Wang, C. Ma, Z. Li
Trapped Fluid Analysis of 58 Wells From the SCOOP and STACK Plays, Oklahoma
D. Hall, C. Welker, R. Lishansky, W. Phiukhao, R. Moore
How Low Can You Go: Quality vs. Cost
E. Schnoor, J. Maxey, A. Russell
A Geomechanical Study of Refracturing Based on Microseismic Observations - Case Study of Haynesville and Eagleford Wells
A. Agharazi, S. Kashikar
Accelerating Refracturing Success in the Eagle Ford via Collaboration
R. Malpani, L. Charry, B. Clark, A. Acock
Completion Optimization Using Vertical and Horizontal Measurements, An Eagle Ford Shale Case Study
W. Kreimeier, M. Panjaitan*, K. Fisher, J. Xu, D. McMillan
Zipper Fracturing: Taking Theory to Reality in the Eagle Ford Shale
S. D. Cadwallader, J. Wampler, I. Gil , H. Sebastian
Simple, Environmentally Friendly, and Economical Treatment Methods Which Maximize the Reuse of Produced Waters for Frac Operations
B. Donaldson, M. Dodd, Y. Harvey
Leading Safety Performance Indicator Framework for Unconventional Hydraulic Fracturing Operation
H. Hamedifar, R. E. Green, P. Fanailoo
Stress-Dependent Permeability and Dynamic Elastic Moduli of Reservoir and Seal Shales
D. Katsuki, A. Padin Deben, O. Adekunle, A. J. Rixon, A. N. Tutuncu
Combining the Stochastic Earth Model with Geomechanical Modeling to Quantify Well Performance - Application to the Mississippian, Barnett Shale
Y. E. Aimene, J. Yarus, R. Dusterhoft, C. Davila
Correlation of Eagle Ford South Texas Eaglebine East Texas and Tuscaloosa Louisiana-Mississippi Using High Resolution Biostratigraphy, TOC/%CO3 and Maximum Flooding Surface Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis
W. Wornardt
Could Diagenesis in Carbonate Source Rock Predefine its Fracturing Behavior?
M. Hussain, N. Minhas, G. Agrawal
Integrated Numerical Simulation Stress Field and Seismic Attribute to Predict Shale Fracture Distribution
S. Wang, M. Guo
Outcrop-Subsurface Geological Characterization of La Luna Formation as an Unconventional Resource in the Northwest Lago de Maracaibo Basin and North Andean Flank, Venezuela
A. Liborius-Parada, R. M. Slatt
Joint Petrophysical Interpretation of Multi-frequency Electromagnetic Measurements in Clay and Conductive-Mineral-Rich Mudrocks
S. Misra, Y. Han
Determination of Natural Fracture Porosity Using NMR
D. Green, M. Dick
TOC Content Distribution Features in Utica-Point Pleasant Formations, Appalachian Basin
G. Wang
Fracture, Fault and Reservoir Fluid Characterization From Advanced Surface Logging Technologies in the Organic Tight Rock Formation, Arkansas
K. Gawankar, C. Pate, I. Easow, N. Cameron
Validation of Core-Based Mineralogy is Necessary for the Accurate Evaluation of Mineralogy Derived from Elemental Spectroscopy Logs
A. Siddiqui, J. Longo, M. Manning
Integration of Whole Core, Drill Cuttings, and Well Log Data for Improved Characterization in the Wolfcamp Formation
J. Walls, A. Morcote, B. Guzman, M. Everts, D. Buller