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ABSTRACTS
(By Author)

AAPG Mid-Continent Section
Exploiting Known Reserves as a Bridge to the Future
October 1-4, 2011, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Hosted by Oklahoma City Geological Society
Appreciation is expressed to Michael Root, Director, AAPG Mid-Continent Section
2011 Meeting Organizing Committee, for providing the abstracts.

Search and Discovery Article #90133 (2011)

Posted September 19, 2011

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Woodford Shale, Surface Gamma Ray Measurements and Applications to Subsurface Interpretations,
      Marvin M. Abbott and Stan T. Paxton

The Meers Fault: A Prominent Holocene Scarp in Southern Oklahoma with a History of Repeated Movement,
      Hamed Al-Refaee and G. Randy Keller

Geologic Controls on Production in Low-Permeability (Tight) Sandstones in the Pennsylvanian Cleveland Formation, Northwest Anadarko Basin,
      William A. Ambrose and Tucker F. Hentz

Outcrop Characteristics for the Woodford Shale,
      Richard D. Andrews

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Field Characterization and Analog Modeling of Natural Fractures in the Woodford Shale,
      Henry Badra

Lithofacies and Reservoir Assessment for the Thirteen Finger Limestone, Hugoton Embayment, Kansas,
      M. E. Bagley, J. Puckette, D. Boardman, and W. L. Watney

Lower Mississippian Burlington Shelf Derived Diachronous Prograding Carbonate Wedges, the Western Flanks of the Ozarks,
      Darwin R. Boardman II, S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, Cory Godwin, and Mark Bryan

An Assessment of NMR Permeability Response in Carbonate Reservoirs,
      Jarret Borell, Joel Donohue, and Charles Smith

New Application Designed to Enhance the Petrophysical Evaluationof the Mississippian and Other Complex Carbonate Systems,
      Bill Boykin, Britt Hill, and Mark Przywara

Depositional and Chronostratigraphic Relationships of the Lower Mississippian (Osagean) Reeds Spring Formation,
      Mark W. Bryan, Darwin R. Boardman II, S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, and Cory J. Godwin

Deposition and Diagenesis of Ordovician Arbuckle Group Strata, Central Kansas Uplift, Trego County, Kansas,
      Kevin D. Bunger and S. J. Mazzullo

Quantitative Seismic Analysis Using Noise Abatement in a Tight Sand Horizontal Play,
      Mike Burnett

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Stratigraphy and Mudrock Lithologies of the Devonian Woodford Shale, Anadarko basin, West-Central Oklahoma,
      Craig D. Caldwell

Back to the Future – The Forest City Basin in Kansas and Nebraska,
      Marvin P. Carlson

Use of 3D Seismic Inversion Data in Sandstone Gas Reservoirs in the Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Oklahoma,
      Ibrahim Çemen, Christine Hager, Rod Gertson, and Jeff Fuchs

Geological Characterization of the Upper Mississippian Fayetteville Shale in Northern and Eastern Arkoma Basin, and Mississippian Embayment Regions, Arkansas,
      Carlos Ceron and Roger Slatt

The STATEMAP Program in Oklahoma,
      Julie M. Chang, Thomas M. Stanley, and G. Russell Standridge

Rare Earth Elements Could Be A Useful Geochemical Tracer in Formation Hydraulic Fracturing Schemes for Enhanced Gas and Oil Production,
      S. Chaudhuri, M. Totten, J. Miesse, and G. Riepl

Geochemical and Isotopic Changes During Early Stages of Petroleum Generation from Shales,
      Anna M. Cruse, Michael D. Lewan, and Jessica S. Magers

Investigating the Role of Shale Microstructure in the Storage and Delivery of Hydrocarbons by FIB/SEM Tomography and STEM Imaging,
      Mark E. Curtis, Carl H. Sondergeld, Chandra S. Rai, and Raymond J. Ambrose

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Seismic Reservoir Characterization of the Morrow “A” Sandstone, Postle Field, Oklahoma,
      Thomas L. Davis, Robert D. Benson, Scott Wehner, Michael Raines, and Roger Freidline

I have a Footprint on my Seismic Data, now what ? New Workflows for Improving Post-Stack Seismic Data,
      Oswaldo Davogustto and Kurt J. Marfurt

Geophyical and Geostatistical Modeling of an Incised Valley in the Anadarko Basin,
      Oswaldo Davogustto, Carlos Cabarcas, Marcelo Sanchez, Bradley Wallet, and Kurt J. Marfurt

AVO Evaluation for Pennsylvanian Reservoir Rocks in the Anadarko Basin, OK,
      Oswaldo Davogustto, Yoryenys Del Moro, and Kurt J. Marfurt

Desmoinesian Granite Wash Facies Architecture, Western Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle,
      Will Duggins and Dennis Kerr

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The Compartmentalization and Biomarker Analysis of the Spivey-Grabs-Basil Oil Field, South-Central Kansas,
      D. Evans, M. Totten, S. Chaudhuri, and S. Datta

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The Prediction Error Filters Applied for Structural Dip Interpretation,
      Alfredo Fernandez and Kurt J. Marfurt

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Geology and Assessment of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources in the Arbuckle Group, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas,
      Stephanie B. Gaswirth

Regional Geology of Fayetteville Shale in North-Central Arkansas,
      Jon W. Giffin, Brian Winter, and Douglas W. Jordan

Review of the Mayes Group (Mississippian) of Oklahoma - Lithostratigraphy and Biostratigraphy,
      Cory J. Godwin, Darwin R. Boardman II, S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, and James O. Puckette

Resolving Meramecian and Early Chesterian (Middle Mississippian-Upper Mississippian) Stratigraphic Nomenclature in the Southern Ozark Region,
      Cory J. Godwin and Darwin R. Boardman

Indications of Isolated Pressure Cells Within the Atokan Granite Wash in the Texas Panhandle Utilizing Hydrocarbon Responses,
      Bill Graham

Reservoir and Subsurface Stratigraphic Analysis of the Pennsylvanian Prue Sandstone, North Central Oklahoma,
      Justin Griffin

Seismic Attributes Illumination of the Woodford Shale, Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma,
      Yanxia Guo, Shiguang Guo, and Kurt J. Marfurt

Seismic Characterization of the Woodford Shale in the Anadarko Basin,
      Nabanita Gupta, Supratik Sarkar, and Kurt J. Marfurt

Understanding Channel-Overbank Deposits and Seismic Stratigraphic Features Using Newly Developed Volumetric Attributes,
      Nabanita Gupta, Supratik Sarkar, and Kurt J. Marfurt

Tracking Fine-Scale Stratigraphic Variations in the Woodford Shale, Anadarko Basin, West-Central Oklahoma,
      Nabanita Gupta and Chandra S. Rai

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Undiscovered Petroleum Resources for the Woodford Shale and Thirteen Finger Limestone-Atoka Shale, Anadarko Basin,
      Debra K. Higley

Potential Source Rocks in the Western Kansas Petroleum Province,
      Tyler Hill, Matthew Totten, and Michael Lambert

Lithofacies Characterization and Sequence Stratigraphic Framework of Some Gas-bearing Shales within the Horn River Basin, Northeastern British Columbia,
      Katie Hulsey and Roger M. Slatt

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Sequence Stratigraphy of Fayetteville Shale from Outcrops and Cores, North-Central Arkansas,
      Douglas W. Jordan, Craig Cormany, M. Ed Ratchford, Douglas J. Schultz, Erin Smart, Jon W. Giffin, and Brian Winter

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Southern Oklahoma Structures: Big by Any Standard,
      G. Randy Keller

Mudrock Geochemistry of Atoka and Stanley Formations: Implications for Ouachita Trough Provenance Evolution,
      Dennis Kerr, Bethany Postelwait, and Winton Cornell

Fracture Identification Using Non-Imaging Open Hole Logs,
      Cody Knepper

Characterization of Kinderhookian and Osagean Strata of Northeast Oklahoma,
      Drew Kreman

Exploring for Tight Oil in the Pennsylvanian Cleveland Sandstone on the Nemaha Ridge Using High Resolution 3D Seismic & Stratigraphic Analysis: A New Play in an Old Area,
      Lee F. Krystinik and Tony Lupo

Data Conditioning of Legacy Pre-stack Time Migrated Gathers from the Mid-Continent,
      J. Timothy Kwiatkowski and Kurt J. Marfurt

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Gas Production Composition Determined With Direct Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer (DQMS) While Drilling,
      Scott Lashbrook and Bruce Warren

Recent Advances to Take Borehole-based Hydraulic Fracture Monitoring Further and Improve Reservoir Understanding and Performance,
      Joel Le Calvez, Wenyue Xu, Michael William, Xavier Refunjol, Sandy Conners, Craig Woerpel, and Mike Craven

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Syndepositional Tectonism and its Effects on Mississippian (Kinderhookian to Osagean) Lithostratigraphic Architecture: Part 1 – Based on Exposures in the Mid-Continent USA,
      S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, Beau T. Morris, and Darwin Boardman II

Variety of Mississippian (Kinderhookian to Osagean) Subsurface Reservoir Systems in the Midcontinent; Their Lithostratigraphic Architecture Related to Eustasy and Syndepositional Tectonics,
      S. J. Mazzullo, Brian W. Wilhite, Beau T. Morris, and Darwin R. Boardman

Evaluation of Production Log Data from Horizontal Wells Drilled in Organic Shales,
      Camron Miller, George Waters, and Erik Rylander

Sedimentology and Diagenesis of Mississippian (Kinderhookian and Osagean: Tournaisian and Visean) Buildups in Southwest Missouri, Northwest Arkansas, and Northeast Oklahoma,
      Beau T. Morris, S. J. Mazzullo, and Brian W. Wilhite

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Paleopressure, Overpressure, Normal Pressure, and Underpressure and Their Coexistence in the Anadarko Basin,
      Philip H. Nelson and Nicholas Gianoutsos

Recent Developments in 3D VSP Acquisition and Processing,
      Les Nutt, Jitendra Gulati, Al Campbell, and Henry Menkiti

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Effect of Anisotropy In Seismic Inversion In Shales,
      Roderick Perez

Sedimentology of the Rush Springs Sandstone (Permian/ Guadalupian), Western Oklahoma: Evidence of an Erg-Erg Margin Depositional System,
      Zachary A. Poland, Alexander R. Simms, and James O. Puckette

Unconventional Reservoirs: It’s All About The Rock!,
      M. S. Przywara

Regional Evaluation of the Eagle Ford Formation from South Texas to Southeast Texas with Respect to Variability and Hydrocarbon Potential,
      Mark Przywara

A Thick Section of Rift Related Basalts and Rift Fill Sediments in the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, as Revealed by Deep Drilling,
      Robert E. Puckett, Jr.

Cambrian Early Rift-Fill Sediments in the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, A “Granite Wash” Analog in the Subsurface of the Arbuckle Mountains Area,
      Robert E. Puckett, Jr.

Spectral Analysis of the Fayetteville Shale and the Imo Formation, Northern Arkansas, Inferences Regarding Radionuclide Concentrations, TOC and Shale-Gas Sources,
      J. Puckette, D. Boardman, and Adetola Alase

Paleozoic Sequence Boundaries and Petroleum Accumulations in Oklahoma,
      J. Puckette, C. Godwin, and R. Siddique

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Integration of Geochemical and Seismic Data,
      Gary K. Rice, Greg King, and Jay Henson

Constraints on Development of Anoxia through Geochemical Facies Mapping of Devonian Black Shales in the Southern Mid-Continent,
      Robert Riter Berryman and Anna M. Cruse

Stratigraphic Architecture and Production Potential of the Mississippian Osagean Series of North-Central Oklahoma,
      Kurt Rottmann

When Seismic is Not Available: Hydrocarbon Microseepage Surveys Focus Drilling Strategies for Mid-Continent Operators,
      Brooks Rountree and Daniel Hitzman

Cluster Assisted 3D Unsupervised and Supervised Seismic Facies Analysis –An Example from the Mid-Continent Region,
      Atish Roy and Kurt J. Marfurt

Rejuvenation of the Wewoka Oil Field; “If you want to look for oil, look in an oily area.”,
      Lance Ruffel and David M. Pulling

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A Depositional Model on Chicontepec Turbidite Reservoirs, Mexico,
      Supratik Sarkar, Roger M. Slatt, and Kurt J. Marfurt

Depositional Environment, Reservoir Characteristics, and EOR Potential of an Incised-Valley Fill: Pleasant Prairie Field, Haskell County, Kansas,
      P. J. Senior and Dr. A. W. Walton

Influence of Composition on the Evolution of Reservoirs and Seals in Carbonate Mounds of the Frisco Limestone, Hunton Group, Oklahoma,
      Romel Siddique and Jim Puckette

Curvature-Fracture Relations in Clay Experiments,
      Evan Staples, Kurt J. Marfurt, and Ze’ev Reches

Subsurface and Experimental Analyses of Fractures and Curvature,
      Evan Staples, Kurt Marfurt, and Ze’ev Reches

Spectral Gamma Ray Investigation of the West Springs Creek Formation (Ordovician), Upper Arbuckle Group, Southern Oklahoma,
      Tyler Swinea, Malachi Lopez, Cody Bacon, and James Puckette

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An Eastern Oklahoma Stratigraphic-Legacy Preserved,
      Roderick Tillman, Dan Boyd, Nelson Osorio, and Russell Standridge

Cave-Fill Deposits in Pre-Atokan Paleocaves in the Mississippian (Osagean) Burlington-Keokuk Limestone in Southwestern Missouri,
      Robert Turner and S. J. Mazzullo

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Sedimentology and Petrology of Lower Mississippian Carbonate Mounds in the Ozark Region, North America,
      M. A. Unrast, J. M. Gregg, J. O. Puckette, and I. D. Somerville

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Stratigraphic Relationships of the Red Fork and Atoka in the Western Anadarko Basin – A New Look at the Clinton Lake,
      Al Warner

Contacting New Reservoir in Hunton Dolomite in Nearly Depleted Unger Field, Marion County, Kansas Using a Lateral with Azimuthal Gamma Ray Sensor and Drillpipe Conveyed Wireline Logs,
      W. Lynn Watney, Saibal Bhattacharya, Jason Rush, John Doveton, David Newell, Alan DeGood, and Doug Davis

Wellington Field, Sumner County, Kansas as a Calibration Site for CO2-EOR in Mississippian Chert and Dolomite Reservoirs and Deep Saline Aquifer CO2 Sequestration,
      W. Lynn Watney, Saibal Bhattacharya, John Doveton, David Newell, Jason Rush, John Victorine, Jianghai Xia, Dana Wreath, Randy Koudele, Bill Lamb, Jennifer Roberts, Aimee Scheffer, Tom Hansen, Larry Nicholson, Paul Gerlach, Anna Smith, Robinson Barker, Saugata Datta, Abdelmoneam Raef, Dennis Hedke, Susan Nissen, David Koger, Ralph Baker, John Lorenz, and Scott Cooper

Syndepositional Tectonism and its Effects on Mississippian (Kinderhookian to Osagean) Lithostratigraphic Architecture: Part 2 – Subsurface Occurrences in the Midcontinent USA,
      Brian W. Wilhite, S. J. Mazzullo, and Darwin R. Boardman

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