It is impossible to overstate the value of being able to work with cores, especially in the case of complex, highly laterally variable formations. AAPG is thrilled to announce that the Eagle Ford and Adjacent Formations GTW to be held March 18-20 in San Antonio in conjunction with the South Texas Geological Society. The Bureau of Economic Geology’s Greg Frebourg will be bringing Eagle Ford cores for a full afternoon / evening of core viewing on Tuesday, March 19.
This GTW promises to be a very lively and interactive one, with panel discussions about new technologies and water issues (with the Railroad Commission). Presenters will be addressing real-world issues, real-world technologies, and discussing lessons learned, not only in the Eagle Ford, but also in adjacent formations, such as the Buda and the Eaglebine.
Highlights of the meeting include presentations on engineering, geophysics, geology, and geochemistry, with a focus on cutting edge applications and real-life lessons learned. Don’t miss the program: http://www.aapg.org/gtw/2013/eagleford/program.cfm
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