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Using Core-to-Log Correlations to Characterize the Woodford Shale and Identify Productive Horizons

Christopher Altoff
Mt. Dora Energy

Using Core-to-Log Correlations to Characterize the Woodford Shale and Identify Productive Horizons

  • Current drilling development of the Woodford Shale Oil Play in Okla-homa and what‘s next
  • Characterize productive horizons in the Woodford Shale Oil Play through core-to-log correlations, regional mapping, and sequence stratigraphy
  • Analyzing the role of fractures and fracture matrixes to understand the mechanisms behind production
  • Evaluating well logs, stress data and seismic attributes to correlate well and production data to different in-place geological characteris-tics
  • Providing an analysis of the depth, TOC, porosity and permeability to quantify the BOE potential of the play
  • Examining tracers to determine the API gravity and identify the type of oil being produced
  • AAPG Search and Discovery Article #90184 © AAPG Woodford Shale Forum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 11, 2013