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AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshop
Sweet Spots, Reservoir Compartmentalization, and Connectivity
August 6-7, 2013, Houston, Texas

Search and Discovery Article #90179 (2013)
Posted September 30, 2013

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Practical Implementation of Stratigraphic Compartmentalization in Turbidite Lobe Reservoirs,
      Antoine Bertoncello

Identification of Shale Sweet Spots Using Key Property Estimates from Log Analysis and Geostatistics,
      Larry Chorn

Methods in Microseismic Monitoring of Frac's,
      Peter M. Duncan

Focus on Sweet Spots in Shale Reservoirs Results in Enhanced Productivity,
      Khaled H. Hashmy

Completion and Stimulation of Unconventional Reservoirs: What Makes the Difference in Well Productivity?,
      Randal F. LaFollette

Using Petroleum Systems Analysis to Evaluate Play Fairways in the Bakken Shale,
      Jay E. Leonard

Technology Strategy Considerations in Reservoir Optimization,
      Susan Smith Nash

Finding Fluid Conduits or Barriers through Seismic Fault Extraction―A Revolution in Sweet Spot and Compartment Mapping,
      Ralf Oppermann

Reliable Sweet Spot Identification from Seismic - Case Studies from Around the World,
      Ralf Oppermann

Production Focused Seismic―Applying Seismic for Well Productivity Analysis and Completion Optimization,
      Ross Peebles

Relative Permeability in La Luna Formation (Colombia) using Digital Rock Physics,
      Joel Walls

Helping to Understand Compartmentalization and Reservoir Segmentation Using Mass Spectrometer Mud Gas Analysis,
      Bruce Warren

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