Speaker Archive: 2008

January 2008

No presentation

February 2008

John Webb*,
Alan Byrnes**,
and Dan Krygowski** | The Discovery Group, **Kansas Geological Survey

Reservoir Quality of the Mesaverde Group, Piceance Basin, Colorado (or: How can Rock Typing and Petrophysics help us to Understand and Predict Reservoir Performance?)

March 2008

Tony D'Agostino | OMNI Laboratories, Weatherford Core Evaluation Services

Age, Sequences, Depo-Models, and Biofacies: U.S. Mississippian Shale-Gas Basins

April 2008

Rick Sarg | Colorado Energy Research Institute, Colorado School of Mines

Sedimentology, Stratigraphy, and Economic Importance of Carbonate-Evaporite Transitions with Emphasis on the Paradox Basin

May 2008

Michael H. Gardner | Department of Earth Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman MT 59717

Deepwater Sedimentation from Hyperpycnal Flows of Shelf-Margin Deltas in an Active Tectonic Setting: Upper Cretaceous Prairie Canyon Member (Mancos B) of Mancos Shale, Eastern Utah and Western Colorado

September 2008

Carmela N. Garzione | Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Rochester

Rise of the Andes & the Geodynamics of Orogenic Plateaus

October 2008

Charles T. Feazel | ConocoPhillips

North Sea Chalk: 40 Years of Production at Ekofisk 
Field from a Rock Some Said Would Never Flow Oil

November 2008

David A. Budd | Department of Geological Sciences University of Colorado

Lateral diagenetic patterns in the fabrics, petrophysics and geochemistry of Madison dolograinstones – evidence of self-organizing phenomena?