Reservoir Geomechanics Course – RMAG/PTTC in June 2011

Title: Reservoir Geomechanics Course – RMAG/PTTC in June 2011 Author: Ron W. Pritchett, RMAG Continuing Education Committee Chairman 2011 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2011, p. 5 More than 100 people gathered for this one-day course, held at the Downtown Marriott Hotel, June 8th. The instructor was Azra N. Tutuncu, Ph.D., currently professor and Harry D. Campbell … More Reservoir Geomechanics Course – RMAG/PTTC in June 2011

Luncheons – November 5 and 19, 2010

Talk: Solution-Subsidence Control on Trends and Facies Architecture of Basal-Morrow Fluvial Valleys, Southwest Kansas Speaker: Charles E. Bartberger, QEP Energy Company Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: November 5, 2010 Abstract: Published in the November 2010 Outcrop, p. 20 Lower-Pennsylvanian basal-Morrow valleys in southwest Kansas formed primarily by fluvial incision in response to relative lowering of sea level. Locally across a multi … More Luncheons – November 5 and 19, 2010

OTR Field Trip – July 21, 2011

Title: Catastrophic Glacial Outburst Floods on the upper Arkansas River Field Trip from Leadville to Buena Vista Leader: Keenan Lee, Colorado School of Mines Description:  Published in the June 2012 Outcrop The Floods During the Pleistocene, glaciers from the Sawatch Range flowed down three contiguous tributary valleys to the Arkansas River near Granite, Colorado. The Lake Creek glacier … More OTR Field Trip – July 21, 2011

OTR Field Trip – June 9, 2011

Title: Mudrocks of the Southern Denver Basin, Pueblo, CO: Graneros, Greenhorn, Carlile, and Niobrara Formations Leader: Jeffrey A. May Description:  Published in the May 2012 Outcrop West of Pueblo, Colorado, down-cutting by the Arkansas River across the broad Rock Canyon Anticline has revealed approximately 4000 feet of Middle to Upper Cretaceous strata. Excellent exposures, as … More OTR Field Trip – June 9, 2011

Luncheon – December 7, 2011

Talk: Gas Geochemistry and Filling of Large Tight Gas Sand Reservoirs in the Rocky Mountains Speaker: Professor Nicholas B. Harris, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: December 7, 2011 Citation: Published in the December 2011 Outcrop The composition of natural gases from large tight sand … More Luncheon – December 7, 2011

Fall Symposium – September 22, 2011

Title: 2011 RMAG/PTTC Fall Symposium: The Bakken-Three Forks Petroleum System in the Williston Basin Keynote Speaker: Julie LeFever Location: Denver Marriott City Center Publication: The Outcrop, November 2011, p. 16-18 The 374 attendees of this September 22nd meeting were treated to 12 outstanding presentations on these important reservoirs. Anne Grau of Fidelity Exploration and Production set the tone … More Fall Symposium – September 22, 2011

Luncheon – October 5, 2011

Talk: The Discovery of a Significant Gas/Condensate Field from the Paleocene Fort Union Formation at Barricade and Endurance Units, Washakie Basin, Sweetwater County Wyoming Speaker: Greg P. Anderson, Samson Resources Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: October 5, 2011 Description: Published in the October 2011 Outcrop The Paleocene Fort Union Formation is a significant producer of gas … More Luncheon – October 5, 2011