The Discovery, Reservoir Attributes, and Significance of the Hawkville Field and Eagle Ford Shale Trend: Implications for Future Development, presented by Richard Stoneburner, will be one of the many programs at this year’s AAPG/STGS Eagle For plus Adjacent Plays & Extension Workshop. With more than 35 years of experience in the energy business, Stoneburner will share some of the latest developments on reservoir quality and discuss what the future holds for the play. This program will take place on Monday February 24, 2014 in San Antonio, TX. For more details on this event: AAPG/STGS Eagle Ford plus Adjacent Plays & Extensions Workshop

Program Details

  • Presentation: The Discovery, Reservoir Attributes, and Significance of the Hawkville Field and Eagle Ford Shale Trend: Implications for Future Development
  • Presenter(s): Richard Stoneburner – Stoneburner Consulting
  • Date: February 24, 2014 (Monday)
  • Location: Embassy Suites San Antonio Riverwalk-Downtown, San Antonio, TX

The AAPG/STGS Eagle Ford plus Adjacent Plays & Extensions Workshop will bring together some of the latest developments in geophysics, reservoir quality, petrophsics and hydraulic fracturing that will showcase the expansion of the Eagle Ford and surrounding plays. This three day workshop will provide new information and understanding of the factors that make the formation producible in a particular prospect or location. The same is true of adjacent formations such as the Buda and the Austin Chalk, along with Cretaceous extensions of the Eagle Ford, which extend from the Eaglebine to the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale.

For registration and full event details please visit:

http://www.aapg.org/gtw/2014/eagleford/index.cfm

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