Best Luncheon Speaker Award, 2011

Title: The Mountain Geologist Best Paper Award for 2010 Publication: The Outcrop, January 2011, p. 14 Award: The Mountain Geologist Best Paper Awardees: Hongjun Luo and Dag Nummedal The RMAG is pleased to announce the winner of The Mountain Geologist Best Paper Award for 2010. The winning paper is “Late Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Tectonics Across […]

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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

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

Luncheon – September 7, 2011

Talk: Public Land Obstacles to Oil and Gas Development in the West Speaker: Kathleen M. Sgamma, Director of Government & Public Affairs, Western Energy Alliance Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: September 7, 2011 Citation: Published in the September 2011 Outcrop From the reversed “wild lands” policy to Master Leasing Plans, the Interior Department under Secretary Ken Salazar … More Luncheon – September 7, 2011

Luncheon – August 3, 2011

Talk: Hot Data from Cool Strata Speaker: Bob Raynolds, Consulting Geologist Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: August 3, 2011 Description: Published in the August 2011 Outcrop We live during a remarkable time for stratigraphers! Data sets ranging from deep sea cores, lake bottom cores, ice cores, stalactite cores, coral reef cores, pack-rat midden cores and tree rings are … More Luncheon – August 3, 2011

Luncheon – July 6, 2011

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: July 6, 2011 Description: Published in the July 2011 Outcrop 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 Luncheon – July 6, 2011

Luncheon – June 1, 2011

Talk: Important Characteristics of Rocky Mountain Tight Gas Accumulations Speaker: Stephen P. Cumella, Bill Barrett Corporation Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: June 1, 2011 Description: Published in the June 2011 Outcrop Sandstones in tight gas accumulations in the Rocky Mountains commonly have permeabilities in the single digit microdarcy range and water saturations below 50%. If these sandstones had similar … More Luncheon – June 1, 2011

Luncheon – May 4, 2011

Talk: Geochemical Evaluation of Eagle Ford Group Source Rocks and Oils from the First Shot Field, Texas: Implications and Applications for Appraisal of Eagle Ford Resource Plays Speaker: Janell D. Edman, Geochemical Consultant Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: May 4, 2011 Citation:  Published in the May 2011 Outcrop Total organic carbon, Rock-Eval pyrolysis, and vitrinite reflectance analyses performed on Eagle … More Luncheon – May 4, 2011

Luncheon – April 6, 2011

Talk: The Global Scramble for Mineral Resources: Its Present and Potential Impact on Colorado Speaker: Dr. Vince Matthews, Director, Colorado Geological Survey Location: Denver Marriott City Center Date: April 6, 2011 Citation: Published in the April 2011 Outcrop Colorado’s history is steeped in its rich horde of natural resources. Today the state is still a major provider of minerals and energy. … More Luncheon – April 6, 2011