Nov 12-13 | AAPG GTW: Revisiting Reservoir Quality Issues in Unconventional and Conventional Resources: Techniques, Technologies and Case Studies

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Ingrain's Juliana Anderson has been invited to present at the AAPG's Geosciences Technology Workshop entitled Revisiting Reservoir Quality Issues in Unconventional and Conventional Resources: Techniques, Technologies and Case Studies on November 12 & 13 in Austin, TX.

In just one decade many of the paradigms of producible reservoirs have been turned upside down. Reservoir parameters we now consider routine had not yet been defined. Tools and technologies we now apply had not yet been developed. Come find out what this new understanding means to your exploration and production programs.

Juliana will be presenting the paper Digital Rock Physics Reveals Link between Reservoir Quality and Pore Type in Eagle Ford Shale.

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AAPG GTWs deliver up-to-date technical content to AAPG members and the industry. Their venues address “How are we doing it now?” through an examination of the latest practices illustrated with field case studies and examples. Their overriding focus is on the sharing of information among individuals knowledgeable in a topic in a highly interactive environment.

 

 

Speaker Juliana Anderson

Juliana Anderson has been at Ingrain since 2009. She began her career at Ingrain as a Geologist and helped develop what is their current shale workflow. She is now working with the technical team as a geoscientist focusing on unconventional resources. She holds a BS in geology from Hofstra University.

Organizer AAPG

 


 

When?

Tue, Nov. 12 - Wed, Nov. 13, 2013
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

Norris Conference Center
2525 W. Anderson Lane, Suite 365
Austin, TX 78757
USA