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ABSTRACTS
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AAPG Southwest Section
GEOFEST 2013 April 6-10, 2013, Fredericksburg, Texas, USA
Hosted by the Southwest Section AAPG
Appreciation is expressed to Bruce Swartz, Co-General Chair
and Stonnie Pollock, Co-Technical Chair of the
2013 Southwest Section Meeting for providing the abstracts.
Search and Discovery Article #90164 (2013)
Posted March 25, 2013

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Facies Variability, Fracture Heterogeneity, and Reservoir Properties of the Marble Falls Limestone, Jack County Texas,
      William A. Ambrose, Robert G. Loucks, John Hooker, Edmund L. Frost, Craig Reynolds, A. Dax McDavid, Douglas Dawson, and Bill Walker, Jr.

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Pennsylvanian-Permian Paleogeography of a southern portion of the Eastern Shelf, Tom Green, Irion, and Schleicher Counties,
      Jessica M. Bernal and Joseph I. Satterfield

U.S. Shales in Perspective of a World Oil Supply in Transition,
      Richard S. Bishop and Wayne L. Kelley

Pressure Coring “New Tools for New Challenges” Synopsis,
      Matt Bjorum

Modeling Production and Prospectivity in the Austin Chalk to Optimize Well Placement, Productivity and Completion Design,
      Sean Boerner, Rohit Singh, and Ross Peebles

Bio- and lithostratigraphy of the transitional interval of the Cherry Canyon and Bell Canyon Formations (Guadalupian, Middle Permian), southwestern Delaware Mountains, West Texas,
      Johnathon L. Bogacz, Michael J. Sweatt, and Merlynd K. Nestell

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Shale-Gas Hydrofracking and Groundwater,
      Chris Cantin and Lauren Hudson

Determining a Paleovegetation Proxy across a Forest to Grassland Transition in Central Texas,
      Nick Cestari

Leveraging Seismic Attributes to Understand the “frac-able” Limits and Reservoir Performance in the Eagle Ford Shale, South Texas, USA,
      Kit Clemons, Robert Bodziak, Andy Stephens, and Robert Meek

Integrating Solvent Washing with Standard Rock-Eval Pyrolysis/SRA to Achieve Stable and Enhanced Rock Geochemical Results,
      Dylan Collins, Harold Illich, and Justin Pierson

Qualitative Uranium Analysis of Mississippian-Age High Gamma Carbonate, Bend Arch Region, Texas,
      Brian Crass

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MaxG Basin Temperature Modelling,
      Ian Deighton and Pete Dotsey

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Geochemical Evolution Of Water And Solute Sources For Fluids Produced From Shale Gas Reservoirs,
      Mark A. Engle, Elisabeth L. Rowan, Thomas F. Kraemer, and Anne L. Bates

Well Log Correlation of the Wilcox Group, San Jacinto County, Texas,
      Taylor A. Ewald and Joseph I. Satterfield

Three Scales Of Late Paleozoic Structures In The West Texas Basin –Description And Genesis,
      Thomas E. Ewing

Post-Paleozoic History Of The West Texas Basin And Its Margins: Llano Arch, Glass Mountains Homocline, Salt Basin And More,
      Thomas E. Ewing

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Determining the Contributing Reservoir Volume of Horizontal Wells in the Wolfcamp in the Midland Basin,
      Mickey Friedrich and Mike Milliken

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Quantifying the Mineralogical and Compositional Response of Shale Oil and Gas Rocks to Matrix Acidification,
      Alexander E. Gonzales and Callum J. Hetherington

South Peterson Field, Roosevelt County, New Mexico: The Southern Edge of a Frontier Province,
      Will Green

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Dry Gas Eagle Ford Appraisal Program and Reservoir Characterization,
      Michael J. Handke, H. D. Bello, and C. E. Yokoyama

High-Resolution Facies Distribution, Structural Controls on Sedimentation, and Production Trends of the Pennsylvanian Bend Conglomerate, Boonsville field, Fort Worth Basin, Texas,
      Tucker F. Hentz and William A. Ambrose

Estimation and Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracture Parameters from Microseismic Data in Shale Plays,
      Robert Hull, Rob Meek, Mike Milliken, John Ndungu, and Michael Thomas

Role of Propogating “Tie” Channels in Lake-Filling Processes in High-Accommodation Fluvial Systems, Grajalva River, Tabasco State,
      Mark Hull and John Holbrook

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Barnett Gas Isotope Geochemistry and Thermal Maturity,
      Harold Illich, Kevin Ferworn, Gary Nilson, Frank Hernandez, and David Williamson

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Predicting Unconventional Well Performance: R-Squared, Uncertainty, and the Influence of Multiple Dimensions,
      Scott Lapierre and Paul Duckworth

Using Surface Curvature and Mud Gas Data to Predict Liquid Hydrocarbon Production in the Barnett Shale, Fort Worth Basin, TX,
      Donny Loughry and Andy Stephens

Hydrocarbon Index Mapping of the Eagle Ford Formation, Southeast Texas Giddings Field--a Simple Quantitative Alternative Exploration Technique,
      Sam Lyssy

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Microseismic Data Analysis and Prediction using Seismic Derived Rock Properties and Structural Attributes in the Eagle Ford Shale of South Texas,
      Rob Meek, Bailo Suliman, Rob Hull, Hector Bello, and Doug Portis

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Portable Technology Puts Real-time Automated Mineralogy on the well Site,
      Ken Pfau, Guy Oliver, Graham Spence, and Lucy Plant

Searching For The Optimal Well Spacing in the Eagle Ford Shale: A Practical Tool-kit,
      Douglas H. Portis, Hector Bello, Mark Murray, Gervasio Barzola, Paul Clarke, and Katy Canan

Revealing trend-wide performance drivers in the Eagle Ford Shale: Year IV,
      Douglas H. Portis, Hector Bello, Mark Murray, Bailo Suliman, Gervasio Barzola, and Neil Basu

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The Nature and Suitability of Brackish Groundwater as an Alternative Water Source for Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids, Midland Basin, Texas,
      Frankie R. Reyes, Mark A. Engle, Michael A. Jacobs, and Lixin Jin

Lateral Components of Vertical Migration (What Happens When Things Go Sideways),
      Gary Rice

Fredericksburg, Texas: Geologic Setting, Selected Wineries, and Frontier History,
      Peter R. Rose

M. King Hubbert and the Myth of “Peak Oil”,
      Peter R. Rose

Bend Formation Study,
      Kurt Rucker

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Using Surface Hydrocarbon Mapping to infer Subtle Faulting patterns and Hydrocarbon-Filled Fractures,
      Rick Schrynemeeckers

Unconventional Reservoir Completion Efficiency Improves with Applied Geology,
      Charles H. Smith and Lynda Ziane

Applying 3D Seismic Technology to Better Understand the Mechanical Variability of the Lower Barnett Shale in the Northern Fort Worth Basin,
      Andy Stephens

Petroleum Resources of the Great American Carbonate Bank (GACB): Surprising Lessons of Ellenburger, Arbuckle, Knox, Prairie du Chien and Beekmantown Reservoirs,
      Charles A. Sternbach

Mississippian Reef Production Models of the Fort Worth Basin/Bend Arch,
      Dan Steward

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Expanding the Application of Chemostratigraphy within Cretaceous Mudrocks: Estimating Total Organic Carbon and Paleoredox Facies using Major, Minor and Trace Element Geochemistry,
      Beau Tinnin, Gemma Hildred, and Nahysa Martinez

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Total Organic Carbon Trends Within the Eagle Ford of South Texas: Sub-mesoscale Vortices and the Eddy Ocean Hypothesis,
      L. E. Waite, W. W. Hay, and P. R. Clarke

Obstacles and Pitfalls of the Everyday Interpreter,
      Glenn E. Winters

Alternative Methods of Measuring Strength Anisotropy in the Barnett Shale,
      Daniel Woodworth, Helge Alsleben, and Milton Enderlin

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