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AAPG-SPE Joint Forum
Reality-Based Reservoir Development:
New Teams, Techniques, Technologies

September 23, 2015, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Search and Discovery Article #90244 (2016)
Posted January 25, 2016




Optimal Application of Rejuvenation Technologies to Increase Hydrocarbon Recovery Based on Sensitivity Analysis of Reservoir Modeling Variables,
      Riteja Dutta

Rock and Fracture Characterization of the Woodford Shale Along the I-35 Outcrop and Nearby Wells,
      Henry Galvis, Daniela Becerra-Rondon, D. Duarte, and Roger Slatt

An Improved Pulsed-Neutron Driven Optimized Stage and Perforation Placement Design using Projected Vertical Well Petrophysics for Calibration,
      Erek Hutto

Landing Point Optimization Ahead of the Bit,
      Cody Knepper

Who Should Make the Optimum Upscaling Decisions, A Geologist or An Engineer?,
      Benmadi Milad and Roger Slatt

Case Study in Calculating Worst Case Discharge for an Alaska Well While Leveraging Soft Skills to Produce a High Quality Work Product,
      Islin Munisteri

Relationships between Geologic Zones, Produced Water, Saltwater Management, and Seismicity in Oklahoma,
      Kyle Murray

Realities of Drilling that Geologists Need to Know,
      Sam Noynaert

The Source and Fate of Oils in the Lawton Oilfield, Southwestern Oklahoma,
      Paul Philp, Liu Li, and Thanh Nquyen

Hydraulic Fracture Modeling and the Road to Prediction-A Finite Element Approach,
      Jason Pitcher

High Resolution Diffraction Imaging of Small Scale Fractures in Shale and Carbonate Reservoirs,
      Alexander Popovici, Ioan Sturzu, and Tijmen Jan Moser

Influence of Depositional Setting on Reservoir and Mechanical Properties of the Woodford Shale, Oklahoma,
      Jim Puckette, Katy Foltz, and Andrew Snider

Validation and Extension of a New Cost Effective Method for Estimation of Formation Pressure in Unconventional Reservoirs,
      Arjun Ravikumar, Zoha Nasizadeh, and W. John Lee

Bring the Realities into Focus: New Integration Process for Geology, Engineering, Petrophysics, and Seismic for a CO2 Flood,
      Jason Rush, John Doveton, and Lynn Watney

Is Pumping Large Volume Sand Fracs Sustainable?,
      Robert Shelley

Lithologic and Diagenetic Controls of Reservoir Properties, Devonian Frisco Limestone, Hunton Group, Oklahoma,
      Romel Siddique and Jim Puckette

Use of Drilling Data to Generate Rock Mechanical and Natural Fracture Property Logs in Horizontal Wells,
      Mazeda Tahmeen and Geir Hareland

Wettability Alteration in Reservoirs: How It Happens and How It Boosts Production,
      Geoffrey Thyne

How Variable Can Shales Be? Lessons of Mudrock Heterogeneity,
      Bryan Turner, Daniela Becerra-Rondon, and Roger Slatt

Using Geomechanical Modeling to Quantify the Impact of Natural Fractures on Well Performance--Application to the Wolfcamp,
      Nicholas Umholtz

Characterization of Shale Gas Reservoirs for Engineers,
      Xingru Wu

Regional Fine-Scale Sequence Stratigraphy of the Woodford Shale and Its Impacts on Microseismic Activity and Optimizing Future Hydraulic Fractures,
      Jing Zhang, J. Scott, and Roger Slatt

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