'New Reserves from Mature Trends
of the Onshore Gulf Coast'
This one-day Seminar will feature the latest concepts, workflows and technologies to locate new opportunities in some of the significant trends of the Onshore Gulf Coast. Success strategies often vary by trend, so papers have been selected for their relevance to current best practices and new developments.
Speakers from majors, independents, consultants, technology vendors and universities will present recent field development case histories, results of new technologies and advancements ranging from depositional concepts to reservoir definition. Whole core displays from the UT Bureau of Economic Geology and Oklahoma State University, courtesy of Kerr-McGee, will be presented during morning, pre-luncheon & afternoon breaks to enhance understanding of the relationships between these new concepts and the reservoir rock.
Presentations and Speakers
Regional GOM Onshore HC Potential Tom Ewing Frontera Exploration
Olmos Downdip: Deepwater Sands Jory Pacht Seis-Strat Services
Wilcox Shelf Margins [Core] Marc Edwards Wilcox Research
Wilcox-Lobo 3D Prestack Inversion Phil Anno ConocoPhillips
Expanded Frio Stratigraphy [Core] Frank Brown UTBEG
Expanded Frio Compartmentalization [Core] Ursula Hammes UTBEG
Louisiana Eocene Seq. Strat-Luncheon Keynote, SIPES DL Mike Fogarty * Consultant
Burgos Basin Frequency Analysis John Castagna Fusion Geophysical
Vicksburg Stratigraphy, Diagenesis & Petrophysics [Core] Jim Puckette OSU
Brookshire Dome Ray Blackhall Cosara Energy
Barnett Shale Frac Imaging Kevin Fisher Pinnacle Technologies
Bossier Sand Seismic Stratigraphy and Structure, George Klein * SED-STRAT
Cotton Valley - Overton Field Alan Stubblefield SouthWestern Energy
Smackover - Grayson Field Calibration Kevin Hill Hill Geoscience Consulting
South Louisiana Miocene Field Calibration Tom Wingate Amerada Hess
South Louisiana Miocene - Lake Washington Bill Moody Swift Energy
* SIPES Foundation Distinguished Lecturers