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AAPG 2010 ICE Technical Program Update

AAPG 2010 ICE Technical Program Update

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TECHNICAL PROGRAMAT A GLANCETECHNICAL PROGRAMAT A GLANCE
MONDAYPleNArY SeSSiON
– Canada: Our Resources to Internaonal Exploraon (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XII: North American Unconvenonal Gas – Shale Gas, Tight Sands and Coal BedMethane I (AAPG)
Monng
OralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106Theme VI: Ri to Dri, Passive Margin, Transion Tectonics I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniques and Workow I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204Theme XIII: Internaonal Unconvenonal Oil I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme I: High Latude Systems Modern and Ancient (SEPM)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209Theme XVI: Unconvenonals A-Z (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XII: North American Unconvenonal Gas – Shale Gas, Tight Sands and Coal BedMethane I (AAPG)AernoonOralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106Theme VI: Ri to Dri, Passive Margin, Transion Tectonics II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniques and Workow II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204AAPG MANAGEMENT FORUM – E&P Challenges in Complex Environments:From the Arcc to Deep WaterAernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme III: Mixed Carbonate/Evaporite Successions (SEPM)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209
SPeciAl lecture
– Burgess Shale Tales – Mud Volcanism and ChemosynthecCommunies on the Middle Cambrian Seaoor of Southeastern Brish ColumbiaAernoonOralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod A
 
Theme IV: Petroleum Systems Source Rock, Migraon, Trap, Seals (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniques and Workow (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme II: Circum-Arcc Geology and Petroleum Resources (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme VII: Exoc Plays (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funcon
tueSDAY
Theme XVI: Heavy Oils/Bitumen North American Regional I (EMD)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XI: North American Unconvenonal Oil – The Bakken Session I (EMD)
Monng
OralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106Theme V: Geophysics – Harsh Environment (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202Theme VII: Reservoir Management Case Studies I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204Theme XVII: Froner Reservoirs (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme XIV: Low Permeability Tight Oil Reservoirs I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme XIV: Internaonal Unconvenonal Gas I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209Theme XVI: Heavy Oils/Bitumen Alberta Field Studies II (EMD)AernoonOralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XI: North American Unconvenonal Oil – The Bakken Session II (EMD)AernoonOralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106Theme I: Deposional Systems and Sequence Stragraphy I (SEPM)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Case Studies II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204BUSINESS FORUM – Unconvenonal Exploraon and Development GeoscienstsToolbox: What New Tools do Geosciensts Need in the Next Decade?AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206
 
Theme XIV: Internaonal Tight Gas Techniques and Case Studies I (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme XIV: Internaonal Unconvenonal Gas II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209
SPeciAl lecture
– Geology of a Major SAGD Bitumen Development – A Case Studyfrom Long Lake, Northeastern AlbertaAernoonOralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod A
 
Theme IV: Petroleum Systems – Source Rock, Migraon, Trap, Seals II (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme XII: North American Unconvenonal – Exploraon and DevelopmentTechnologies (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funcon
 
Theme XV: Geoscience Invesgaons and Petroleum Search Beyond TradionalExploraon Connes (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme VI: Ri to Dri, Passive Margin, Transion Tectonics (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconWEDNESDAYTheme IV: Petroleum Systems – Source Rock, Migraon, Trap, Seals I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XII: North American Unconvenonal Gas – Shale Gas, Tight Sands and Coal BedMethane I (AAPG)
Monng
OralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106
 
Development Technologies I (AAPG)Theme XV: Geoscience Invesgaons and Petroleum Search Beyond TradionalExploraon Connes I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202FORUM – The Value of Diversity in Leadership: Global Perspecves
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204Theme IX: Risk Analysis and Assessment (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme VII: Internaonal Regional to Reservoirs – Case Studies (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme II: Circum-Arcc Geology and Petroleum Resources I (AAPG)
Monng
OralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209Theme IV: Petroleum Systems – Source Rock, Migraon, Trap, Seals II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Lower Level, Macleod ATheme XII: North American Unconvenonal – Development Technologies II (AAPG)AernoonOralNorth Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106Theme XV: Geoscience Invesgaons and Petroleum Search Beyond TradionalExploraon Connes II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202Theme VII: Exoc Plays I (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204Theme IV: Sources and Seeps (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 206Theme II: Circum-Arcc Geology and Petroleum Resources II (AAPG)AernoonOralSouth Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209Theme XIII: Internaonal Unconvenonal Oil (AAPG)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme XVI: Heavy Oils/Bitumen Carbonates/Oil Sands (EMD)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme I: Deposional Systems and Sequence Stragraphy (SEPM)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funconTheme III: Mixed Carbonate/Evaporite Successions (SEPM)All Day
Pos
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-funcon
TECHNICAL PROGRAM THEMES
Theme I:
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Sedimentology — Deposional Models for High Latude Systems, Modern and Ancient, Deepwater Deposits, Outcrops to Analogues
Theme II:
•
Circum-Arcc Tectonics and Basin Formaon — Arcc Basin Tectonics, Deepwater and Ultra-Deepwater Arcc Basins, UNLOS Surveys
Theme III:
•
Mixed Carbonate/Evaporite Successions — Deposional Models and Reservoirs
Theme IV:
•
Petroleum Systems — Source Rock, Migraon, Trap, Seals
Theme V:
•
Geophysics — Advances in Harsh Environment Acquision and Processing: On Ice, Under Ice, Under Basalts
Theme VI:
•
Ri to Dri, Passive Margin, Transion Tectonics — Source Rocks, Reservoirs, Migraon from Ri to Dri
Theme VII:
•
Exoc Reservoirs of the World, What Produces Where in the World? — Chalks, Cherts, Phosphates, Granites, Hydrates
Theme VIII:
•
Reservoir Management, from Discovery to Abandonment — Geological and Reservoir Modeling, Secondary, Terary Recovery, Mul-disciplinaryTeams of Professionals
Theme IX:
•
Risk Analysis and Assessment — Oilsands, Shales and Tight Sands
Theme X:
•
Environmental — Environmental Concerns of Unconvenonal Development
Theme XI:
•
North American Unconvenonal Oil — Oilsands, Heavy Oil, Tight Oil in Sands and Carbonates, Oil Shale Reservoirs, i.e., Bakken and Second White Specks
Theme XII:
•
North American Unconvenonal Gas — Coal Bed Methane, Tight Gas Sands and Carbonates, Shale Gas Reservoirs
Theme XIII:
•
Internaonal Unconvenonal Oil — Minable Oil Shales, Tight Oil Reservoirs
Theme XIV:
•
Internaonal Unconvenonal Gas — Coal Bed Methane Shale Gas Reservoirs
Theme XV:
•
Geoscience Invesgaons and Petroleum Search Beyond Tradional Exploraon Connes — Remote Exploraon, “First-ever” Basin Exploraon; Ultra-Deepwater Drilling and Development in Shallow Producve Basins
Theme XVI:
•
Unconvenonal Reservoirs — Oil Shales, Gas Shales, Tight Sand Reservoirs, Oil Sands and Heavy Oil
Theme XVII:
•
Froner Reservoirs — Arcc and Deepwater Discoveries, High Porosity and Permeability Systems in Giant Fields
 
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TECHNICAL PROGRAM
 
* denotes presenter is other than rst author
TECHNICAL PROGRAM
 
* denotes presenter is other than rst author
Monday Morning Oral Sessions
Plenary Session — Canada: Our Resourcesto International Exploration
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod A
 
Co-Chairs:
D. Dolph and R. Dick
8:00–11:25
 
See summary page 5
Theme XII: North American Unconventional Gas — Shale Gas,Tight Sands and Coal Bed Methane I (AAPG)
North Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106
Co-Chairs:
J. McCracken and M. Tietz
8:00 Introductory Remarks8:05 M. Roth:
North American Shale Gas Reservoirs — Similar,Yet So Dierent...
8:25 B. Faraj:
Shale Gas Aributes of Selected Canadian Shales
8:45 J. C. Gilman, C. Robinson:
Success and Failure in Shale GasExploraon and Development: Aributes that Make theDierence
9:059:25 Break10:05 J. Bhattacharya, J. A. MacEachern:
Re-evaluangDeposional Models for Shelf Shales
10:25 P. H. Nelson:
Underpressured Gas Accumulaons withPressure Control at the Outcrop
10:45 F. Mango, D. M. Jarvie:
Co-Generated Alpha Gas inUnconvenonal Gas Producon
11:05 G. D. Stricker, R. M. Flores, M. H. Trippi:
CoalbedReservoir Characterizaon of Coal Lithotypes and CleatSpacing in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
Theme VI: Rift to Drift, Passive Margin, Transition Tectonics I(AAPG)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202
 
Chair:
A. Fraser
8:00 Introductory Remarks8:05 R. Huismans, C. Beaumont:
Dynamical Models of Depth-Dependent Lithospheric Extension at Ried Connental
Magns
8:25 N. J. Kusznir, A. Roberts:
Subsidence and Heat FlowHistory Predicon for Hyper-Thinned Connental Crust atRied Connental Margins
8:45 S. Fraser, K. Casey, K. K. Reimann, F. Love, R. J. Davies:
 
Complex Poly-phase Extension during South AtlancRiing — A New Kinemac Perspecve
9:05 S. G. Henry, N. Kumar, A. Danforth, P. Nuttall,S. Venkatraman:
Mapping the South Atlanc Connental-Oceanic Boundary: Ri to Early Dri along Extensional andTransform Margins
9:25 Break10:05 L. H. Rupke, D. W. Schmid, E. Hartz:
Opening of the North-Atlanc and Formaon of the Jan Mayen Micro-Connent— Tectono-Thermal Modeling of a Dual Breakup System
10:25 R. Pereira, T. M. Alves:
Mulphased Riing and MarginSegmentaon across Southwest Iberia and SouthNewfoundland Conjugate Margin
10:45 M. A. Durcanin, Z. Syamsir, M. O. Withjack,R. W. Schlische:
Synri, Postri, and Salt-RelatedDeformaon on the ‘Passive Margin’ of Nova Scoa andSouthern Newfoundland, Canada: Is It Really Passive?
11:05 T. M. Alves, D. Soares:
Syn- to Post-Ri Transions onPassive Margins: The Case of the Western Iberian Margin(NE Atlanc)
Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniquesand Workflow I (AAPG)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204
 
Co-Chairs:
G. Prost and N. Dawson
8:00 Introductory Remarks8:05 L. M. Murray, M. Portillo, J. DeSantis, A. Manzoor:
 
Integrated Earth Model Workow for a ComprehensiveRedesign of the Permian Vacuum CO
2
Asset ReservoirModel
8:25 P. Michel, P. Chimienti, J. Booth, G. Ageneau, J. R. RuizCorregidor:
Muldisciplinary Modeling, Development andUncertaines on Tsiengui Field, Gabon. A Case Study
8:45 P. Chimienti, J. Booth, R. Van Tilburg, A. Aramowicz, J.R. Ruiz Corregidor:
Case Study on Pragmac Ulizaonof Mulple Realizaons to Understand ReservoirPerformance in a High Permeability Aquifer SupportedReservoir System, Etame Marin Permit — Gabon
9:05 R. Wen:
A New Workow of Modeling Sub-SeismicReservoir Heterogeneies to Improve ProduconForecasng
9:25 Break10:0510:25 J. Cole, I. Ozkaya:
Signicance and Modeling of FractureCorridors in Carbonate Reservoirs
10:45 G. Walker, L. Danard:
What is the Best Frequency toUpdate a Reservoir Model?
11:05 O. P. Rueda, M. Bernal, E. Santafé:
Development of aMethodology for New Producer Wells Allocaon from theComputaonal Modeling Based on Streamline Simulaon
Theme XIII: International Unconventional Oil I (AAPG)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 206
 
Co-Chairs:
D. Rokosh and R. Johnson
8:00 Introductory Remarks8:05 J. Chatellier, M. Urban:
Williston Basin and Paris Basin,Same Hydrodynamics, Same Potenal for UnconvenonalResources?
8:25 B. Granger:
The York River Formaon: A NewUnconvenonal Light Oil Play in Eastern Gaspe (Quebec,Canada)
8:45 T. J. Mercier, R. C. Johnson*, M. E. Brownfield:
Esmatesof In-Place Oil Shale of Various Grades on Federal Lands,Piceance Basin, Colorado
9:05 Y. Bai, Y. Zhao, L. Ma*, W. Wu, Y. Ma:
GeologicalCharacteriscs and Resource Potenals of Oil Shale inOrdos Basin, Center China
9:25 Break10:05 J. C. DeWolfe, E. Horne, C. A. Morgan:
Geology andGeochemistry of the Al Lajjun Oil Shale Deposit, Central
Jodan
10:25 H. Verweij, S. Nelskamp, E. Guasti, G. Kunakbayeva,M. Souto Carneiro-Echternach, N. Witmans:
KeyCondions Controlling the Jurassic-Cretaceous ChalkPetroleum System, Dutch Central Graben
10:45 W. Liu:
Organic-Geochemical Evaluaon and Oil SourceAnalysis for Well Fang 4 in Block-Fault Fangzheng Structure
11:05 H. Shouzhi, L. Shuifu, F. Xiaowen, L. Yanjun:
Signicanceof Solid Bitumen for Petroleum System in High Evoluon
Aa
Theme I: High Latitude Systems Modern and Ancient (SEPM)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209
Co-Chairs:
P. Hill and J. Suter
8:00 Introductory Remarks8:05 J. R. Martin, B. Williams, J. Redfern, A. J. Mory,M. S. Horstwood:
Sedimentology and DeposionalEvoluon of the Glaciogenic Early Permian Grant Group,Canning Basin, NW Australia
8:25 P. P. Flaig, P. J. McCarthy, A. R. Fiorillo:
Tidally-InuencedSedimentaon on a High-Latude Cretaceous CoastalPlain: The Prince Creek Formaon, North Slope, Alaska
8:45 D. J. Piper, D. C. Mosher, C. Campbell, M. E. Deptuck,F. Saint-Ange, A. Novak, G. Li:
Deep-Water SedimentaonPaerns Seaward of Shelf-Crossing Glaciaons, Eastern
canadan Magn
9:05 J. E. Davison, S. M. Hubbard, T. Hadlari, D. Meloche:
 
Insights into Basin Architecture from the Stragraphy andSedimentology of the Lower Cretaceous in the MackenzieCorridor, Northwest Territories, Canada
9:25 Break10:05 G. Shimer, J. Davis, P. J. McCarthy, C. Hanks:
An ingad
Outcrop and Subsurface Facies Analysis of the Albian-Cenomanian Nanushuk Formaon near Umiat, NaonalPetroleum Reserve, Alaska
10:25 J. Suter, P. Hill:
An Overview of High Latude DeposionalSystems
10:25 P. Hill, S. Dallimore, A. Taylor:
Imortance of Sea-LevelControlled Deposional Architecture tot he Understandingof PermaFrost and Gas Hydrates on High Latude Shelves
MondayAfernoonOralSessions
Theme XVI: Unconventionals A-Z (AAPG)
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod A
 
Co-Chairs:
F. Hein and D. Russum
13:15 Introductory Remarks13:20 G. Turcotte:
Changing the World’s Perspecve on Heavy Oil
13:40 D. A. Russum, A. Belonogov:
The Emerging Oil Revoluonin Western Canada
14:00 S. Sewalk:
Shale Oil, the USA’s New Strategic PetroleumReserve
14:20 R. Boyd, J. Suter:
Facies Models for Transgressive Coasts
14:40 Break15:20 J. Adams, S. Larter, B. Bennett, N. Marcano,T. Oldenburg:
Alberta Oil Sands Charge Allocaon:Mapping Source Rock Contribuons
15:40 I. Gates, S. Larter, H. Lei, H. Huang:
Impact of Oil ViscosityVariaons and Mixing on SAGD Performance
16:00 D. C. Elliott:
Evaluang, Classifying and DisclosingUnconvenonal Resources
Theme XII: North American Unconventional Gas — Shale Gas,Tight Sands and Coal Bed Methane II (AAPG)
North Building, Main Level, Telus 104/105/106
 
Co-Chairs:
J. McCracken and M. Teitz
13:15 Introductory Remarks
 
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TECHNICAL PROGRAM
 
* denotes presenter is other than rst author
TECHNICAL PROGRAM
 
* denotes presenter is other than rst author
13:20 N. B. Harris, C. A. Mnich, N. T. Hemmesch, K. Aoudia,J. Miskimins:
An Integrated Geological and PetrophysicalStudy of a Shale Gas Play: Woodford Shale, Permian Basin,West Texas
13:40 C. M. Prince, C. A. Devier, D. D. Steele, R. Zelaya:
ShaleDiagenesis and Permeability: Examples from the BarneShale and the Marcellus Formaon.
14:00 E. B. Manning, S. Pannalal, D. P. Dennie, J. C. Deng,M. S. Zechmeister, R. Elmore:
Sulfate and SilicateDiagenec Mineralizaon in the Barne Shale, Texas
14:20 I. Steinhoff, A. D. Cicero, K. Koepke, J. Dezelle,T. McClain, C. Gillett:
Understanding the RegionalHaynesville and Bossier Shale Deposional Systems in EastTexas and Northern Louisiana: An Integrated Structural/Stragraphic Approach
14:40 Break15:20 U. Hammes, H. Hamlin:
Haynesville and Bossier Gas Shalesof East Texas and West Louisiana: Intrabasinal Variaonsin Organic-Rich Facies and Lithology Related to PreexisngGeomorphology and Sea-Level Fluctuaons
15:40 P. Clarke, G. Barzola, M. Poole, M. Millard:
Shale GasExploraon, Eagle Ford Trend of South Texas: LessonsLearned From a Mul-Well Pilot Program
16:00 D. P. Laycock, P. K. Pedersen, R. Spencer, H. Huang,S. Larter, I. Gates:
A Sedimentological and SequenceStragraphic Approach to Correlang Clinoforms withinShale Dominated Clasc Wedges and Implicaons forShale Gas Exploraon: Upper Colorado Group Shales,Wildmere Area, Central Alberta
Theme VI: Rift to Drift, Passive Margin, Transition Tectonics II(AAPG)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 201/202
 
Chair:
A. Fraser
13:15 Introductory Remarks13:20 D. Abeinomugisha:
Development of a Petroleum Systemin a Young Ri Basin Prior to Connental Break Up: TheAlberne Graben of the East African Ri System
13:40 B. Williams, P. Shannon, J. Redfern, S. Leleu, S. Tyrrell,C. Baudon, I. Fabuel Perez, K. Stolfova, X. Van Lanen,D. Hodgetts, P. Haughton, S. Daly:
North Atlanc Permo-Triassic Ri Basins: Their Evoluon, Inll Architecture andImplicaons for Future Exploraon
14:00 N. Kumar, S. Henry, A. Danforth, P. Nuttall,S. Venkatraman:
Tectonic and Stragraphic Evoluonof Pelotas Margin (Southeastern Brazil): Deep Seismic-Reecon Images from Long-Oset, Prestack DepthMigrated (PSDM), Regional 2-D Data.
14:20 A. Frasier:
Structural and Stragraphic Evoluon of theOshore Sirt Basin, Libya
14:40 Break15:20 A. Danforth, S. Henry, K. Komba, P. Nuttall,S. Venkatraman:
Understanding the Evoluon of the EastAfrican Extensional / Transform Margin in Tanzania andKenya, Using Deep PSDM Seismic Images
15:40 R. Singh, P. Bhaumik, M. Akhtar, H. Singh, S. Mayor,M. Asthana:
Tectonic Control on Major HydrocarbonAccumulaons in Dhansiri Valley, Assam and Assam ArakanBasin, India.
16:00 O. S. Matthew, J. Won, G. Udoekong, O. O. Ibilola,D. Dixon:
Resolving the Structural Complexies in theDeepwater Niger-Delta Fold and Thrust Belt: A Case Studyfrom the Western Lobe, Nigerian Oshore Depobelt.
16:20 M. F. Khan:
Separaon, Northward Dri and Collisionof Indian Plate is Responsible for the Present PetroleumSystem in Pakistan: Enlighten the Idea “Present is the Keyto the Past”
Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniques and Workflow II(AAPG)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204
 
Co-Chairs:
G. Walker and L. Danard
13:15 Introductory Remarks13:2013:4014:00 H. E. Barrios Molano, E. R. Santafé:
Construcon of a Soware Tool for Improving the Well Placement forthe Development of a Mature Hydrocarbon Field UsingNeurosumulaon
14:20 J. B. Kozman:
Emergence of New Data Types inUnconvenonal Plays
14:40 Break15:20 C. Piedrahita, E. R. Santa Fé, E. A. Bastidas, O. Y. Duran*:
 
Use of the Finite Element Method on Stress Calculaonsand Denion of Unstables Areas in Elastoplasc Media.
15:40 C. R. Berg, A. Newson:
The Importance of BeddingOrientaon When Looking for Fractures
16:00 A. Shnawa:
Geological Petrophysical Evaluaon of YamamaFormaon Subba Field
AAPG Management Forum — E&P Challenges in ComplexEnvironments: From the Arctic to Deep Water
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 206
 
Co-Chairs:
P. Yilmaz and S. Al-Hajri
13:15 – 16:40
See Summary Page 5
Theme III: Mixed Carbonate/Evaporite Successions (SEPM)
South Building, Upper Level, Glen 208/209
 
Co-Chairs:
A. Al Tawi and C. Lehman
13:15 Introductory Remarks13:20 M. L. Borrero, H. G. Machel:
Sedimentology andDiagenesis of Hondo Evaporites within the Grosmont GiantHeavy Oil Carbonate Reservoir, Alberta, Canada
13:40 G. Jones, B. Garcia-Fresca:
Preservaon of Limestone inDolomized Carbonate Evaporite Reservoirs
14:00 E. A. Busbait, T. Smith:
Sequence Stragraphy and FaciesAnalysis of the Subsurface Late Jurassic Arab-C and Sub-CReservoirs, Khursaniyah Field, Eastern Saudi Arabia
14:20 R. Al-Dukhayyil, A. Al-Tawi, J. Read:
Facies Distribuonand Sequence Stragraphy of the Permian-Triassic UpperKhu Carbonates, Ghawar Field, Saudi Arabia
14:40 Break15:20 C. T. Lehmann:
Contrasng the High-Resoluon SequenceStragraphic Concept of Two Mixed Carbonate/EvaporitePlaorm Interiors
15:40 A. D. Keswani, G. Pemberton:
Hydrocarbon Reservoirsin Deeper-Water Carbonates: Paleobiological Breakdownof Permeability Barriers in Mississippian Dolomudstones,Midale Beds, Weyburn Oileld
16:00 E. A. Mancini, W. M. Ahr, W. C. Parcell:
Development of Geologic Models to Facilitate the Exploraon for MicrobialCarbonate Buildups and Potenal Reservoir Facies inMixed Deposional Systems
16:20 M. M. Al-Hajeri, S. A. Bowden:
Applicaon of FormaonWater Geochemistry — A New Approach to Understandthe Evoluon of Kuwait Petroleum System
Special Lecture — Burgess Shale Tales — Mud Volcanism andChemosynthetic Communities on the Middle Cambrian Seafloorof Southeastern British Columbia
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod A
 
Co-Chairs:
R. Clark and I. Dawes
17:00–18:00 P. Johnston: Speaker, K. Johnston, S. Keith
See summary page 5
Monday Poster Sessions
Presenters in their booths (9:00–10:30 and 14:00–15:30)
Theme IV: Petroleum Systems Source Rock,Migration, Trap, Seals (AAPG)
South Building, Lower Level, Macleod Pre-function8:00–17:00
Co-Chairs:
T. Oldenburg, M. Li, C. Riediger and L. Snowdon
O. A. Ehinola, C. Evbuomwan*:
Geochemical andBiomarker Characterizaon of Source Rock and Crude Oilfrom Evbu Field, Niger Delta
D. Cheong, S. Cha, D. Kim:
Sedimentary Simulaonto Analyze Burial Diagenesis and Petroleum Systemof the Upper Terary Sequences in Southern UlleungSedimentary Basin, East Sea (Sea of Japan)
M. Garcia-Gonzalez, R. Mier-Umaña, L. E. Cruz-Guevara:
Petroleum Geology of the Vaupes-Amazonas Basin of Colombia
A. F. Viera, E. J. Gobbo:
New Dry Gas Discovery in TeraryDeposits. Western Guarico Sub-Basin, Venezuela.
R. Borsato, R. Findlay, J. Greenhalgh, M. Martin,F. Moukoumbi, M. Moussavou, S. Raussen, H. Zhu:
 
Potenal New Reservoir Targets Discovered in Channel andCanyon Features, Oshore Gabon
M. Ullah, S. Chowdhury:
Diagenec Controls on theReservoir Properes of Plio-Pleistocene Tidal ChannelSandstones in the Teknaf Ancline, SE Bangladesh
C. Li, H. Chen, H. Liu, H. Qing, G. Chi:
PaleopressureEvoluon Controlled by Acvies of Hydrocarbon andFaults, Linnan Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, East China
Z. Feng:
Controls on Oil Secondary Migraon and ReservoirDistribuon: A Case Study from Songliao Basin, China
J. Ko, J. Yoon:
Current Understanding of Stragraphy,Structures and Petroleum Geology of the Ulleung(Tsushima) Back-Arc Shelf Basin in East Sea of Korea
T. Gebregergis, W. Yusoff:
Burial and Thermal HistoryModel to Evaluate Source Rock, in Tatau Province, OshoreSarawak Basin, Malaysia
Y. Y. Yonghong Sun, W. Fang, W. Liu:
Applicaon of OrganicInclusion in Research of Oil-Gas Migraon and FillingPeriods of Fuyang Reservoir in Northern Songliao Basin
S. Guoqi, S. Fenggui, Z. Leqiang:
The Structural Type,Hydrocarbon Transporng Capacity and its ReservoirForming Control Model of Unconformity in ConnentalFaulted Basin

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