The STACK Play Workshop - AIPG Endorsed (11 PDHs or 1.1 CEUs)
Purpose and Scope
The STACK (Sooner Trend Anadarko Canadian Kingfisher) Play was discovered in 2011. The play has quickly become one of the hottest resource plays in North America. Despite extensive drilling activity in this play, our understanding of the petroleum geology of the play is limited. Therefore, the main objective of this workshop is to learn from researchers and operators in the STACK Play, with an emphasis on the Meramec Lime and Woodford Shale. Presentations will focus on the depositional system, stratigraphy (biostratigraphy and chemostratigraphy), geochemistry, petrophysics, facies analysis, and fracture characterization that are beneficial for a better understanding of the play and commercial production of hydrocarbons from these low porosity and low permeability reservoirs.
Please note Core Workshop news below: both morning and afternoon sessions have filled. A waitlist is available.
Registration is open (July 10, 2018)
September 6: Technical Program, at Moore-Norman Technology Center - South Penn Campus (13301 S. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73170)
Student - $75
Before August 10 - $200
Beginning August 11 - $300
Exhibitor - $500
Note: The morning session (9-1:30pm) AND afternoon session (12:30-5pm) for the Core Workshop has filled! The morning group will view the core, and then begin lunch (provided) at 12:30pm with the afternoon group. We'll begin the afternoon session with lunch (provided) and discussion with the morning group, and then the afternoon attendees will remain and view the core.
September 7: Core Workshop, at Oklahoma Petroleum Information Center (OPIC) (2020 Industrial Blvd., Norman, OK 73069)
*Core workshop attendees must also register for the technical workshop. Limited number of seats are available. BOTH core workshops have filled. A waiting list is available in case of cancellations.
$50 - half day workshop
Note: All titles are tentative.
* = presenter
Petrophysical characteristics of the Meramec STACK Play, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma.
Fnu Suriamin* (OGS and OU), Matthew J. Pranter (OU), Andrew Cullen (OU and Warwick Energy).
Well-Log Characterization of the Devonian and Mississippian Groups in Central and Northern Oklahoma with Emphasis on Correlation and Depositional Environment
Kurt Rottmann (RKR Engineering)
Application of high-resolution X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) elemental data from the Meramec Strata: Mineral Modeling, brittleness indices, and chemostratigraphic zonation
Nicole Hart*, Michael Dix, Carla de Paulo (Premier Oilfield Group)
Biostratigraphically constrained ages of Mississippian mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sequences, STACK Play, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma
Brandon Stukey* (OSU), Cory Godwin (Consulting geologist), and James Puckette (OSU).
Stratigraphic and chemostratigraphic characterization of the Mississippian units in the STACK play.
David Duarte* and Roger Slatt (OU).
Rock Volatiles Stratigraphy of Meramec, Upper Osage, and Lower Osage Carbonates in Fairway’s NW STACK wells: Logging Horizontal STACK Wells from PDC cuttings’ volatile chemistry.
Michael Smith* (Advanced Hydrocarbon Stratigraphy), Geoff Ice (Fairway Resources), Greg Anderson (Fairway Resources), Sarah Rittenhouse (Advanced Hydrocarbon Stratigraphy), David Eby (Eby Petrography & Consulting, Inc.)
Sequence stratigraphic controls on Lower to Middle Carboniferous siliciclastic deposition in STACK, North-Central, Oklahoma, USA.
Jamar Bynum (Devon).
Geochemical characteristics of the Meramec Formation and its relationship to the STACK Oils.
Carl Symcox*, Paul Philp (OU)
Thermal maturity of Woodford fluids, Anadarko Basin, USA
J. B. Curtis*, J. E. Zumberger, and S. W. Brown (GeoMark Research).
From Reservoir Characterization and 3D Seismic Multi-Attribute Analysis to Well Performance Simulation: Woodford Shale Case Study in North of Oklahoma, USA.
Emilio J. Torres-Parada*, Saurabh Sinha, Lennon E. Infante-Paez, Roger M. Slatt, Kurt J. Marfurt
Depositional systems of the STACK and SCOOP Mississippian units: regional understanding from logs and core.
Aaron Leavitt (Newfield)
Natural fracture distribution and facies analysis for the Meramec.
Xiaoxuan An*, Pierre Karam, and Stephen Dymmock (Baker Hughes GE).