Luncheon – November 21, 2003

Title: Almond Formation Leads in the Red Desert Basin, Wyoming Speaker: Roger G. Dickinson, Consultant with Nautilus Oil and Gas Date: November 21, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, November 2003, p. 5 The Upper Cretaceous Almond Formation is a prolific productive interval in the eastern portion of the Greater Green River Basin. Both gas and liquids production from the Almond … More Luncheon – November 21, 2003

Luncheon – November 7, 2003

Title: Paradox Basin Salt as Related to Depositional Trends and Oil/Gas Deposits Speakers: Donald L. Rasmussen, Paradox Basin Data, Denver, Colorado; Dalton L. Rasmussen, Platte River Associates, Boulder, Colorado Date: November 7, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, November 2003, p. 4-5 In the Paradox Basin of southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado, thirty-eight of the seventy-five currently identified Pennsylvanian and Permian … More Luncheon – November 7, 2003

Luncheon – October 17, 2003

Title: Sequence Stratigraphic Framework of the Neslen and Mount Garfield Formations, Eastern Book Cliffs, Colorado and Utah Speakers: Mark A. Kirschbaum and Robert D. Hettinger, USGS Date: October 17, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, October 2003, p. 5 Based on facies and sequence-stratigraphic analyses, six high-resolution sequences were identified within upper Campanian strata across about 120 mi … More Luncheon – October 17, 2003

Luncheon – October 3, 2003

Title: Depositional, Diagenetic, and Structural Controls on Natural Gas Production from the Frontier Formation Moxa Arch, Wyoming Speakers: Greg Anderson and Carl Dietz, Tom Brown, Inc. Date: October 3, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, October 2003, p. 4 The Upper Cretaceous Frontier Formation is a classic overpressured tight gas sand that is an important natural gas reservoir on … More Luncheon – October 3, 2003

Luncheon – September 5, 2003

Title: White River Dome Field: Gas Production from Deep Coals and Sandstones of the Cretaceous Williams Fork Formation Speaker: Terrilyn M. Olson, Tom Brown Inc. Date: September 5, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, September 2003, p. 4 White River Dome Field is located in the northeastern part of the Piceance Basin. Gas is produced primarily from coals and sandstones … More Luncheon – September 5, 2003

Luncheon – August 14, 2003

Title: Delineation of a Diagenetic Trap Using P-Wave and Converted-Wave Seismic Data in the Miocene McLure Shale, San Joaquin Basin, CA Speakers: Robert Kidney, John Arestad, Anne Grau, and Robert Sterling, EOG Resources Inc., Denver, CO Date: Thursday, August 14 (Joint RMAG/DGS Luncheon) Publication: The Outcrop, August 2003, p. 5 North Shafter and Rose oil fields, located in California’s … More Luncheon – August 14, 2003

Luncheon – August 1, 2003

Title: Natural Fractures in Strata Overlying a Laramide Thrust: Teapot Dome, Wyoming Speakers: Scott P. Cooper, John C. Lorenz, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM; Laurel B. Goodwin, New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM; Bruce Hart, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada; and Mark Milliken, Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing Center, Casper, WY Date: August 1, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, August 2003, p. … More Luncheon – August 1, 2003

Luncheon – July 18, 2003

Title: The North Shafter and Rose Oil Fields, a Seismically Defined, Diagenetic Stratigraphic Trap in the Miocene McLure Shale, San Joaquin Basin, CA Speakers: Robert Sterling, Ann Grau, Robert Kidney, Barbara Ganong, Paul Pendleton, EOG Resources Inc, Denver CO; Lawrence Drennen, Angela Bosse, Texaco E & P, Bakersfield, CA Date: July 18, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, July 2003, p. … More Luncheon – July 18, 2003

Luncheon – June 20, 2003

Title: Applications of Spectral Imaging in Reservoir Development Speaker: Gary Robinson, EP Tech, Denver Date: June 20, 2003 Publication: The Outcrop, June 2003, p. 4-5 Spectral imaging is a seismic data analysis technique that allows the user to analyze the amplitude and phase response of individual frequencies present in the seismic data with a high degree of temporal … More Luncheon – June 20, 2003