presentation material from meetings 2012

 

oklahoma structural and stratigraphic
oil & gas Workshop, march 7, 2012

Suzanne M. ROGERS Cherokee Platform & Nemaha Fault Zone

Greg REIPL Cherokee Paleolithologies, Long Branch Field, Payne County, Oklahoma

Neil H. SUNESON Arkoma Basin Petroleum – Past, Present, and Future *Power Point References (PDF Document)

Ronald J. WOODS Dustin Field, Hughes County, Oklahoma, and Booch Stratigraphy Dustin to Greasy Creek Fields

G. Randy KELLER A Regional Overview of Southern Oklahoma Structures

Robert W. ALLEN and R. L. NEMAN The Arbuckles Below Your Feet

John MITCHELL The Anadarko Basin: Oil and Gas Exploration – Past, Present, and Future

Bill COFFEY (presentation not available) Cana Field: An Anadarko Basin Unconventional Resource Play

Walt HENDRICKSON From Feast to Famine East Avard Field Leads to South Alva Non-field, Woods County, Oklahoma

 

mississippian and arbuckle Workshop, october 31, 2012

 

Walter L. MANGER Lower Mississippian Sequence Stratigraphy and Depositional Dynamics: Further Insights from the Outcrops, Northwestern Arkansas and Southwestern Missouri

Steve HADAWAY and Kurt ROTTMANN The Mississippian of the Mid-Continent; An Overview

J. P. DICK The Unconventional Mississippian Play Early Producing and Completion Statistics (Observations)

Hap PINKERTON, Bill GREISER and Charlie SMITH KS/OK Mississippian Completions

Kurt ROTTMANN and Steve HADAWAY What is the Mississippian Play Without the Arbuckle and What We Need to Know About It

Rick REISCHMAN An Alternative Method of Obtaining Open Hole Logs in Horizontal Wells – Examples from the Mississippian

Austin HOLLAND and G. Randy KELLER Concerns About the Potential for Induced Seismicity Associated with the Mississippian Play: Perceived or Real?

Kyle E. MURRAY Anticipating Water Production, Reuse, and Disposal Volumes

 

 


Contact:  Michelle Summers at 405/325-7313 or 800/330-3996
E-mail:  mjsummers@ou.edu
Contact:  Tammie Creel at 405/325-3031 or 800/330-3996
E-mail:   tcreel@ou.edu

 

 

updated 3/26/2012 cs