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AAPG Geoscience Technology Workshop (GTW)
Marcellus and Utica Point Pleasant

June 17-19, 2014, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Search and Discovery Article #90228 (2015)

Posted June 29, 2015


Mapping Hydrocarbon Trends with a New Approach To Temperature Modelling – Bottom Hole Temperature Datasets in the Utica,
      Duncan Bate, Ian Deighton, and Erika Tiboch

Geologic Evolution of the Marcellus Shale and Its Effects on Reservoir Architecture and Production,
      Randy Blood and Gary Lash

Using Stable Isotopes to Understand Methane Origin, Migration and Mixing,
      Lindsay Bowman, Shikha Sharma, Michon Mulder, and Andrea Sack

Geologic Parameters to Better Understand Mudrock (Shale) Reservoirs,
      Timothy Carr, Taylor McClain, Liaosha Song, and Guochang Wang

Strontium Isotope Applications in the Shale Gas Industry,
      Liz Chapman

X-Ray Eyes: How Field Based XRD is Changing Mud Logging and Improving What Is Known about Unconventional Plays,
      R. Dawn Snyder

Part 1 – Bit Type Analysis and Drilling Concerns through Top Hole Formations of the Utica Shale Play,
      Brett Freeman

Evaluating the Impact of Mineralogy on Reservoir Quality and Completion Quality of Organic Shale Plays,
      Helena Gamero Diaz, Carmen Contretas Fuentes, Christina Calvin, Yu Yang, Keith MacPhail, and Richard Lewis

Strategic Planning the Big Picture: Learning from the Positive Experiences from Companies Operating in Shale Plays,
      Gary Hanson

Fault Geometries and Origins in Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,
      Robert Jacobi, Joel Starr, Craig Eckert, and Travis Warner

Wellbore Stability: Special Considerations for the Marcellus Shale,
      Julie Kowan, Baker Hughes, and See Hong Ong

A Geochemical Context for Stray Gas Investigations in the N. Appalachian Basin: Implications of Analyses of Natural Gases from Neogene-through-Devonian Age Strata,
      Christopher Laughrey, Fred Baldassare, Mark McCaffery, and John Harper

Using Advanced Geochemical Techniques to Determine the "Line of Death" Productive Limits of the Marcellus in NE Pennsylvania,
      Christopher Laughrey

Sequence Stratigraphy and TOC Modeling of the Utica-Point Pleasant Interval in the Middle Appalachian Basin,
      Taylor McClain

Fact-Based Modeling: Shale Production Optimization,
      Shahab Mohaghegh

A One-Year Metagenomic Trajectory after Hydraulic Fracturing in Marcellus Shale – From Microbial Function to Well Infra-structure and Production,
      Paula Mouser, Ryan Trexler, and Kelly Wrighton

Unconventionals Update: Challenging the Assumptions,
      Susan Nash

Modern Spectroscopies for Characterizing the Chemical Composition of Kerogen and Bitumen,
      Drew Pomerantz

Microseismic Characterisation of Discrete Fracture Networks in North American Shale Plays,
      Mike Preiksaitis

The Geologic Side of Well Optimization in Long Laterals: A Marcellus Case Study,
      Derek Rice

Part 2 – Bit Type Analysis and Drilling Concerns through Top Hole Formations of the Utica Shale Play,
      Stephen Roberts

Benchmarking Well Performance for Drilling and Completions Techniques and Variable Geology in the Utica/Point Pleasant Play,
      Murray Roth and Michael Roth

Determining Optimum Well Spacing Using Completion Characterization in Unconventional Reservoirs,
      Vivek Sahai

Combining Surface Geochemical Surveys and Downhole Geochemical Logging for Mapping Hydrocarbons in the Utica Shale,
      Rick Schrynemeeckers

Quantitative Mineralogy and Clay Speciation for Oil & Gas Drilling Using X-ray Diffraction,
      Randy Shannon and Tom Weyand

Geoscience Integration: Extracting Value from Seismic Data Observations – Implications to Utica/Point Pleasant Development,
      Brad Torry, Jason Kegel, M. Hossein Nemati, and James Keay

Rock Characterization of Selected Wells from Marcellus Shale Play Using Digital Rock Physics,
      Joel Walls

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