Situated between the Eagle Ford and the Woodbine east of the San Marcos Arch is a fascinating area that takes advantage of the prospectivity of both formations. There are lateral facies changes resulting in higher silt content, and often very high TOC. Wells drilled in the Eaglebine trend have been very encouraging, and new technologies are emerging to effectively target sweet spots, and then to complete and stimulate the well.
Sign up today for the AAPG’s Eagle Ford and Adjacent Formations GTW March 18-20 in San Antonio and learn about the Eaglebine from Tom Bowman, who will be making a presentation on Wednesday, March 20.
Last 5 posts by Susan Nash
- Applied Concepts in Naturally Fractured Reservoirs - March 7th, 2014
- Getting Started in Fluvial Stratigraphy - March 7th, 2014
- Basinal to Local Scale Stratigraphy and Facies Architecture of the Jackfork Group Turbidites, Arkansas - March 6th, 2014
- Unlocking the Deep HPHT Oligocene Fairway in the Nile Delta and the 20K Technology Promise - March 6th, 2014
- Field Safety for Field Trip Leaders - March 6th, 2014