Luncheon – December 6, 2002

Title: Deltaic Petroleum Systems — A Different Perspective Speaker: Peter J. McCabe, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO Date: December 6, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, December 2002, p. 4 Many of the major accumulations of petroleum in the world occur in strata that are broadly termed “deltaic. ” In reality these thick wedges of strata represent accumulation of … More Luncheon – December 6, 2002

Luncheon – September 20, 2002

Title: Managing Exploration Risks: Lessons Learned from Surface Geochemical Surveys and Post-Survey Drilling Results Speaker: Dietmar Schumacher, Geo-Microbial Technologies, Inc. Date: September 20, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, September 2002, p. 4-5 It has been long known and documented that most oil and gas accumulations leak, that this leakage is predominantly vertical (with some obvious geologic exceptions), and … More Luncheon – September 20, 2002

Luncheon – September 6, 2002

Title: High-Speed, Automatic Inversion Modeling of the SP Log — Resurrecting a Forgotten Measurement Speaker: Jeff Arbogast, Petroleum Software Technologies Date: September 6, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, September 2002, p. 4 The SP log has always been valued as a qualitative indicator of lithology, shaliness, porosity, permeability, Rw, and bed boundaries. However, thin bed and resistivity effects can cause … More Luncheon – September 6, 2002

DGS/RMAG Distinguished Lecture – August 21, 2002

Title: Use of Neural Networks and Hybrid Approaches in Reservoir Property Modeling Speaker: Fred Aminzadeh, 2500 Tanglewilde, Suite 120, Houston, TX 77063 Date: August 21, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2002, p. 18-19 I will describe a hybrid method (statistics and physics based) for integrating geoscience and petrophysics data. It uses a geological framework for pattern recognition and … More DGS/RMAG Distinguished Lecture – August 21, 2002

Luncheon – August 16, 2002

Title: Pushing Back the Frontier… Geologic Characterization of a Tight Gas Reservoir Near the Economic Limit of Production, West Flank Moxa Arch Speaker: Robert A. Basse, Questar E&P, Denver, CO Date: August 16, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2002, p. 4 The Frontier sandstone along the west flank of the Moxa Arch provides a timely example of … More Luncheon – August 16, 2002

Luncheon – June 21, 2002

Title: U.S. Department of Energy Deep Gas Technology Development Speaker: Edith Allison, Office of Natural Gas and Petroleum Technology, U.S. Department of Energy Date: June 21, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, June 2002, p. 5 Resource estimates by the Energy Information Administration and National Petroleum Council suggest that increased production from non-conventional reservoirs, including deep gas, will be needed to … More Luncheon – June 21, 2002

Luncheon – June 7, 2002

Title: The Origin of Jonah Field: Evidence for Pressure Leakage from Sonic and Resistivity Log Anomalies in the Northern Green River Basin, Wyoming Speaker: Robert M. Cluff, The Discovery Group Date: June 7, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, June 2002, p. 4 The prolific production at Jonah Field and many other fields in the Green River basin … More Luncheon – June 7, 2002

Luncheon – May 17, 2002

Title: The Influence of Basement Linears and on Valley-Fill Depositional Patterns and Hydrocarbon Entrapment Author: John C. Horne, Orion International Ltd. Date: May 17, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, May 2002, p. 5-6 Structurally and stratigraphically entrapped hydrocarbons in valley-fill reservoir facies in the Greater Green River, Wind River, and Powder River basins are influenced strongly by basement … More Luncheon – May 17, 2002

Luncheon – May 3, 2002

Title: The Aeromagnetic Definition of Wrench Faults and Their Influence on Hydrocarbon Entrapment and Production Fairways Speaker: Richard F. Inden, LSSI, Denver, Colorado Date: May 3, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, May 2002, p. 4-5 Structurally and stratigraphically entrapped hydrocarbons, as well as the reservoir facies trends and hydrocarbon migration pathways appear to be strongly influenced by inherited PreCambrian wrench … More Luncheon – May 3, 2002

Luncheon – April 19, 2002

Title: Overview of Geology and Operations, Grand Valley, Parachute, and Rulison Fields, Piceance Basin, Colorado Speaker: Steve Cumella, Barrett/ Williams Date: April 19, 2002 Publication: The Outcrop, April 2002, p. 4-5 Grand Valley, Parachute, and Rulison fields are part of a basin-centered gas accumulation that has formed in the deep part of the basin in an area … More Luncheon – April 19, 2002