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AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshop
Unconventionals Update
Austin, Texas, November 3, 2015

Search and Discovery Article #90245 (2016)
Posted February 8, 2016




XFEM-Based CZM for the Simulation of 3D Multiple-Stage Hydraulic Fracturing in Quasi-Brittle Shale Formations,
      Mahdi Haddad

Gas and Liquid Flow in Shale,
      Farzam Javadpour

Three Key Applications of Oil Fingerprinting to Unconventional Reservoirs: Characterizing Fracture Heights; Allocating Commingled Production; and Identifying "Cross Talk" Between Horizontal Wells,
      Mark McCaffrey, David Baskin, and Alan Kornacki

Pores in Fine-Grained Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks,
      Kitty Milliken

Compositional Classification for Fine-Grained Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks: Foundation of Porosity Prediction,
      Kitty Milliken

Evaluating Shale Play Opportunities, Optimizing Your Own Operations,
      Susan Smith Nash

Application of Instantaneous Quality Factor (Q) Attribute in the Characterization of the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford Shale, Maverick Basin, South Texas,
      Osareni Ogiesoba

Seismic Attribute Analysis and the Use of Unsupervised Neural Networks and Principal Component Analysis in Unconventional and Conventional Reservoirs,
      Deborah Sacrey

Optimizing Completions in Unconventionals: What We Know Now,
      Alireza Sanaei

Optimizing Lateral Placement and Production while Minimizing Completion Costs Using Down-hole Geochemical Logging,
      Rick Schrynemeeckers

Maximum Flooding Surface Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis, High Resolution Biostratigraphy and TOC/%CO3 in Correlation of Eagle Ford South Texas, Eaglebine East Texas and Tuscaloosa Louisiana-Mississippi,
      Walter Wornardt

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