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TUSCALOOSA, CHAINMAN, ELKO, PILOT SHALE, OLMOS, BUDA, EAGLEBINE & LEWIS SHALE:
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The advancements in hydraulic fracturing and completions technologies have revolutionized the North American oil & gas industry, dramatically increasing the number of newly exploitable prospects. Since 2008, tight-oil production in America has soared from 600,000 to 3.5 million barrels per day and operators are constantly looking for the next hottest play that has the potential to significantly add to the North American production profile.

It is absolutely critical for E&P operators to identify exciting new prospects as early in the development phase as possible, to benefit from leasing the most producible portions of land at lower acreage costs. However, with limits to the amount of plays any company can pilot, what is needed is a platform for producers to share the most up to date geological and initial production data, to enable a comprehensive evaluation of the realistic available prospects that can be capitalized on.

The Emerging Shale Plays USA 2014 Congress will return to Houston on May 28-29, held at The Omni Houston Hotel to deliver the latest core analysis data and production results to identify key geochemical, petrophysical and geostructural production drivers in the hottest emerging US shale plays. The mission of the event is to bring light to North America's most talked about but least publicized plays and answer some of the biggest questions the industry has with regards to whether these plays are going to be commercially viable in the long run.

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Emerging Shale Plays USA 2014: First Mover Plays, Early Development Plays, Plays On the Brink Of Commerciality

  1. 1. First Mover Shale Plays, Early Development Plays, Plays On The Brink Of Commerciality Expanding The Horizon For Unconventional Exploration: Identifying New Shale & Tight Oil Play Opportunities Across The US Providing Updated Core Analysis Data And Production Results To Identify Key Geochemical, Petrophysical And Structural Production Drivers In The Hottest Emerging US Shale Plays And Quantify Initial Rates Of Return, Identify Sweet Spots And Infer The Profitability Of Each Play Presented Key Emerging Plays Being Discussed: May 28-29, 2014 | Houston | Texas Keith Skaar VP Exploration Element Petroleum Expert Insight From Leading New Ventures Explorationists Including… M Follow us @UnconventOilGas www.emerging-shale-plays-usa-2014.com Register By Friday March 21, 2014 SAVE $400 Kirk Barrell President Amelia Resources Cory Christofferson SVP Reservoir & Production Engineering Goodrich Petroleum Thomas Bowman VP Evaluation, Geology & Geophysics ZaZa Energy Randy Nickerson VP Exploration Caza Petroleum Steve Walkinshaw President Vision Exploration Alan Chamberlain President & Senior Geologist Cedar Strat Exploration Organized By: • NEVADA: ELKO & PILOT SHALE • SOUTH TEXAS: OLMOS & BUDA SHALE • WYOMING: LEWIS SHALE PLAY • NEW MEXICO: GALLUP FORMATION Hearing pilot well updates from first movers in some of North America’s least publicized but potentially most prospective unconventional plays • COLORADO: GOTHIC SHALE • NEVADA: CHAINMAN SHALE • SOUTH TEXAS: EAGLEBINE • ILLINOIS: NEW ALBANY • MONTANA: HEATH FORMATION Using latest reservoir and well data to quantify production potential and assess the economics of exploiting the hottest and most current emerging plays in the US • OKLAHOMA: WOODFORD SHALE • LOUISIANA: TUSCALOOSA MARINE SHALE • GULF COAST STATES: BROWN DENSE Analyzing production results to date to identify the key geological drivers for production, infer drilling and completions strategies and derive the long-term economic viability of plays that are on the brink of becoming commercial FIRST MOVER SHALE PLAYS EARLY DEVELOPMENT PLAYS PLAYS ON THE BRINK OF COMMERCIALITY Todd Dutton President Longfellow Energy Bill Fairhurst VP Exploration Eagle Oil & Gas Co.
  2. 2. First Mover Shale Plays, Early Development Plays, Plays On The Brink Of Commerciality www.emerging-shale-plays-usa-2014.com  (1) 800 721 3915  info@american-business-conferences.com Register By Friday March 21, 2014 SAVE $400 First Mover Shale Plays, Early Development Plays, Plays On The Brink Of Commerciality The advancements in hydraulic fracturing and completions technologies have revolutionized the North American oil & gas industry, dramatically increasing the number of newly exploitable prospects. Since 2008, tight-oil production in America has soared from 600,000 to 3.5 million barrels per day and operators are constantly looking for the next hottest play that has the potential to add significantly to the North American production profile. It is absolutely critical for E&P operators to identify exciting new prospects as early in the development phase as possible, to benefit from leasing the most producible portions of land at lower acreage costs. However, with limits to the amount of plays any company can pilot, what is needed is a platform for producers to share the most up-to-date geological and initial production data, to enable a comprehensive evaluation of the realistic available prospects that can be capitalized on. The Emerging Shale Plays USA 2014 congress will return to Houston on May 28-29, to deliver the latest core analysis data and production results to identify key geochemical, petrophysical and geostructural production drivers in the hottest emerging US shale plays. The mission of the event is to bring to light North America’s most talked about but least publicized plays, and answer some of the biggest questions the industry has with regards to whether these plays are going to be commercially viable in the long run. • E&P-LED: It is the only E&P-led congress focusing exclusively on emerging shale plays across the US. • ELKO, PILOT, GALLUP, BUDA & LEWIS SHALE PLAYS: The only congress bringing attention to relatively unknown emerging shale plays like the Elko, the Pilot Shale, the Gallup or the Buda. It will be the first time these plays are discussed in an industry-led, world-class forum. • PLAY SELECTION: This is the only congress to compare and contrast such a broad range and unique set of plays side-by-side, under one roof and examine the key criteria used to determine entry into one emerging play over another. • LATEST GEOLOGICAL & PRODUCTION UPDATES: We are involving operators currently working on the frontline of these plays who will deliver the most up-to-date geological and production data based on recent activity. Venue Information Emerging Shale Plays USA 2014 will be held in at the Omni Houston Hotel 4 Riverway, Houston, Texas 77056 Tel: (713) 871-8181 Fax: (713) 871-0791 Web: www.omnihotels.com/ FindAHotel/Houston.aspx NEW MEXICO UTAHNEVADA TEXAS COLORADO MONTANA OKLAHOMA LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI ARKANSAS KY IN Elko & Pilot Shale Chainman Lewis Shale Play Gothic Shale New Albany Heath Formation Gallup Eaglebine Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Woodford Shale Brown Dense Olmos & Buda Shale First Mover Plays Early Development Plays Plays On The Brink Of Commerciality Liberty Resources LLC “Great way to get up to speed quickly on multiple shale plays” Le Norman Operating LLC “One of the best congresses I’ve ever attended. I learned something from every presentation”
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TUSCALOOSA, CHAINMAN, ELKO, PILOT SHALE, OLMOS, BUDA, EAGLEBINE & LEWIS SHALE: Evaluating Core Results, Well Data And Production Updates In Hottest Emerging Plays In Louisiana, Nevada, South Texas And Wyoming Day 1 Wednesday May 28, 2014 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTE ADDRESS 8.40 Play Selection: Examining The Key Considerations Used To Determine Entry Into One Emerging Play Over Another • Land: comparing acreage prices and land availability in the hottest emerging shale plays to identify the most promising land acquisition opportunities • Cost Of Drilling: evaluating drilling and completions costs against barrels produced per month to determine feasibility of economic margins • Water Supply: assessing the availability of water resources and state water regulations to derive the feasibility of acquiring sufficient volumes of water • Supply Chain: understanding the impact availability and price of drilling and completions services have on the decision to enter new play locations • State Regulations: reviewing the drilling and completions permission requirements and environmental legislations to ascertain which prospective areas are most beneficial for shale E&P across the United States • Accessibility Of Downstream Markets: understanding the refinery and downstream demand for commodities in that region BillFairhurst,VPExploration,EagleOil&Gas 9.10 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE PANEL 9.20 Analyzing Geological Criteria Used To Identify And Execute Early-Entry Resource Plays To Ensure The Successful Exploitation Of A Previously Un-Tapped Play • Understanding the role of creativity in defining new areas to explore to ensure operators are always an early mover in a profitable emerging play • Examining the key geotechnical and commercial parameters in determining a highly economical play • Investigating lease accessibility to ensure only the most feasible areas are invested in and barriers to operations are limited • Understanding the importance of marketing the play to ensure sufficient infrastructure is in place to support operations RandyNickerson,VPExploration,CazaPetroleum BillFairhurst,VPExploration,EagleOil&Gas 9.50 Question & Answer Session LOUISIANA TUSCALOOSA MARINE SHALE TUSCALOOSA MARINE SHALE: UPDATED GEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS 10.00 Using Latest Geochemical, Petrophysical, Geo- structural And Seismic Data On The TMS To Identify The Variability And Extent Of Productive Rock • Examining the fluid bends in the TMS to identify the location and depths of the oil, gas and condensate windows • Looking at the relative permeability of the play to determine how the fluidity of oil and gas and how this dictates the rate of production • Assessing how resistivity correlates to lithology and oil in place to understand the extent to which a sweet spot is determined by resistivity • Using latest geochemical analysis to identify the source rock of the TMS • Comparing S1, S2, TMAX and Vitrinite Reflectance between the TMS with the Eagle Ford to infer the most productive regions of the play • Providing stratigraphic and structural analysis data on salt entrapments, vertical variations, natural fractures and faults to optimize drilling and completions strategies KirkBarrell,President,AmeliaResourcesLLC 10.30 Question & Answer Session 10.40 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area TUSCALOOSA MARINE SHALE: COST OPTIMIZATION 11.10 Examining Latest Well Results Against Type Of Completions To Understanding What Has Driven Completions Performance To Date • Understanding how operators are mitigating down hole issues to maintain favorable economics • Examining latest flow and production rates against drilling and completions cost to identify current economic margins • Identifying optimal well, casing and mud designs to drive down cost and increase drilling speed and efficiency in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale • Determining how clay variations in the deeper strata of the play impact completions selection, cost and performance • Weighing the effectiveness of wells completed to date against the completions method used to understand what drives completions performance • Using stratigraphic analysis to implement the lateral mapping, increasing landing and completions accuracy CoryChristofferson,SVPReservoir&ProductionEngineering,Goodrich Petroleum 11.40 Question & Answer Session NEVADA CHAINMAN, ELKO FORMATION & PILOT SHALE CHAINMAN: GEOLOGICAL UPDATE 11.50 Using The Latest Seismic And Log Analysis To Distinguish The Key Differences Between A Successful And Un-Successful Chainman Well • Examining latest logs to provide updates on the porosity, permeability and fracture density of the play • Correlating a 3D seismic map of the area with areas that have been profitable in the past and areas that show potential for future exploration • Assessing how the structural complexity of the source rock conditions brittleness variations across the Chainman to infer target areas for drilling • Evaluating aerial variations in organic richness and thermal maturity across the play to identify the sweet spots • Looking at the uplift history of the Chainman to understand fluid conditions and how these influence thermal maturity, pressures and volumetric estimations • Using permeability logs to improve rock typology classification and infer drilling and completions strategy AlanChamberlain,President,CedarStratExploration 12.20 Question & Answer Session PILOT SHALE: GEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS 12.30 Using Latest Geological Data To Pinpoint Pay Zones In The Geologically Varied Pilot Shale And Determine If Sweet Spots Will Be Economic • Examining the organic richness, depth, depositional environment and right pressure and maturation point to determine where to drill • Using gravity surveys and stratigraphic interval analysis results to assess the optimum depth and drilling targets in the Pilot Shale • Using latest porosity analysis to predict expected oil flow rates • Correlating fracture densities with fault curvatures to locate the freeways across the Pilot Shale KumarBhattacharjee,GeologicalAdvisor,TexasOil&Mining,Inc. 1.00 Question & Answer Session 1.10 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area ELKO FORMATION: RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION 2.10 Examining The Geochemical And Depositional Characteristics Of The Elko Formation To Assess The Quality The Reservoir • Evaluating the thermal maturity, oil saturation and TOC values of the Elko formation to determine its organic richness • Reviewing well data showing pressure, porosity and permeability to calculate potential oil flow and estimated production rates • Utilizing 3D seismic analysis to ascertain the depth, geological age and lithology of the Elko formation to strategize a viable drilling and completions plan • Mapping the geological variance across the formation to pinpoint sweet spots AlanChamberlain,President,CedarStratExploration 2.30 Question & Answer Session SOUTH TEXAS OLMOS, BUDA & EAGLEBINE OLMOS SHALE 2.40 Assessing The Reservoir Quality Of The Olmos Shale To Evaluate The Commerciality Of Acquiring Leases In The Olmos Shale • Evaluating reserve estimates to determine EURs and gage long-term economic payback • Analyzing maturity and TOC levels to map out the extent of exploitable zones of the play and acreage available for lease • Providing compression test results of rock samples to reevaluate the frackability of the Olmos and inform completions design • Correlating the rock properties and geo-mechanics with initial production results to inform drilling and completions strategy in the play JohnR.Hennessy,Geophysicist,LaredoEnergy 3.10 Question & Answer Session BUDA SHALE 3.40 Implementing Geophysical Analysis Across The Continuing Trend Of The Buda To Expand Production Into New Areas Within The Formation • Evaluating the high density of natural fractures against the low porosity to determine how this has affected production in the Buda shale • Examining results from compression tests to determine how it will respond to fracturing • Mapping permeability across the new extensions of the Buda formation to predict oil flow levels and determine commerciality of future wells • Using structural analysis assess deeper areas of the formation and identify extensions with higher matrix porosity • Correlating initial production with TOC, thermal permeability and depositional environment to establish biggest drivers of oil flow and productivity TreyCortez,Geologist,Energy&ExplorationPartners 4.10 Question & Answer Session 4.20 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area EAGLEBINE 5.10 Characterizing The Portions Of The Eaglebine That Have Demonstrated The Highest Production Rates To Identify New Prospective Extensions Of The Play • Utilizing latest core and production data to further develop petrophysical models and measure the full extent of the commerciality of the play • Determining how salt tectonics deform the rock and create traps across the formation to locate new more reservoirs along the Eaglebine • Studying migration trends in pre-existent reservoirs of the Eaglebine to determine the direction in which the oil source might be migrating to • Examining the oil and gas window of the Eaglebine to understand if the established edges of the play need to be re-delineated ThomasBowman,VPEvaluation,Geology&Geophysics,ZaZaEnergy 5.40 Question & Answer Session WYOMING LEWIS SHALE LEWIS SHALE: GEOLOGICAL UPDATE 6.10 Evaluating The Lewis Shale In The Continuous Petroleum System Of The Greater Green River Basin To Understand If This Is An Overlooked Unconventional Resource • Identifying the sweet spots in the cretaceous lewis shale to determine the extent of wet gas and oil windows • Analyzing the progradational depositional system of the play to understand the geological properties and structural compliexity of the shale in place • Evaluating the key black shale horizon within the Lewis shale, termed the Asquith marker, to understand the TOC and kerogen levels present the source rock • Quantifying the additional potential for gas and liquids production in the shalier statra to evaluate the economic viability of tapping into this play Dr.RogerSlatt,Director,InstituteOfReservoirCharacterization andGungollChairProfessorOfPetroleumGeology&Geophysics, ConocoPhillipsSchoolOfGeology&Geophysics 6.40 Question & Answer Session 6.50 Chair’s Closing Remarks 7.00 - 8.00 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.emerging-shale-plays-usa-2014.com  (1) 800 721 3915  info@american-business-conferences.com
  4. 4. 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTE ADDRESS 8.40 Identifying Optimal Techniques For Measuring The Producibility And Increasing The Accuracy Of Sweet Spot Identification In Exploratory Plays • Analyzing the optimum analysis to run when establishing the maturity, permeability and porosity of a play • Understanding whether it is TOC, vitrinite reflectance or TMAX that is the strongest indicator of good production • Correlating rock analysis with what we see in productivity or ultimate reserves to identify any strong trends or variability • Developing a relationship between mineralogy and the fracability of the rock to better identify most productive drill targets • Shifting focus away from geometric completions to designing completions around the rock mechanics of the lateral • Using seismic attributes such as amplitudes, coherence and frequency to identify accurate target areas and map structural variations • Developing regional depth maps and isopachs generated by stratigraphic analysis to calculate the size and thickness of shale strata KeithSkaar,VPExploration,ElementPetroleum 9.10 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE PANEL: MINIMUM PARAMETERS 9.20 How Advancements In Completions Technology Is Reducing The Minimum Geological Parameters Required For Commercially Viable US Play • Defining the limits: identifying the minimum cut off points of TOC, porosity and oil saturation that equate to an economically viable shale prospect • Discussing how lowered geological requirements are enabling previously untapped prospects to be exploited • Deliberating how technology is enabling the commercial development of formations with increasing proportions of clay content to gage limits of exploitation • Developing a relationship between mineralogy and the fracability of the rock to better identify most productive drill targets • Can you produce from a reservoir with satisfactory porosity and saturation but no organic content? KeithSkaar,VPExploration,ElementPetroleum RandyNickerson,VPExploration,CazaPetroleum BillFairhurst,VPExploration,EagleOil&GasCo. 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area OKLAHOMA WOODFORD OIL WINDOW LONGEVITY OF WOODFORD OIL WELLS 10.30 Using Early Drilling And Completions Results To Predict How Long Woodford Oil Wells Will Produce Economically And Long Term Return On Investment • Delivering a technical evaluation of Woodford wells to map initial drilling and completions results • Analyzing production decline curves to understand the viability and potential of oil production in the Woodford shale • Understanding flow dynamics related to reservoir pressure to delineate over-pressured pores and improve production • Providing solutions to ensure oil in naturally pressured and immature areas can be produced to improve well longevity • Studying changes in reservoir properties to predict how long a well will be able to produce economically ToddDutton,President,LongfellowEnergy 10.40 Question & Answer Session COLORADO GOTHIC SHALE GOTHIC SHALE: ECONOMIC VIABILITY 10.50 Assessing The Gas Content, TOC, Brittleness And Pressure Of The Gothic Shale To Determine Its Viability As A Productive And Economically Sustainable Shale Play • Examining how thermal maturity varies from southwest to northeast in the gothic shale • Analyzing uniform heat flow in the paradox basin to indicate the lack of significant crustal thermal sources • Evaluating tectonic stability to determine its impact on thermal stability • Identifying TOC contents of the play to assess the gothic shale as an organic rich source rock • Providing vitrinite reflects nice values to identify oil, dry gas and wet gas windows • Understanding the implications of reservoir characteristics on fracture stimulation design to evaluate the overall commerciality of the play • Comparing the mapped gothic shale thickness, programmed pyrolysis and geochemical data across different exploration areas to indicate if prospective shales extend southward KennethPacheco,Geologist,Chevron 11.20 Question & Answer Session 11.30 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area ILLINOIS NEW ALBANY SHALE NEW ALBANY: GEOLOGICAL UPDATE 12.30 Evaluating Latest Geological and Reservoir Properties Of The Organic-Rich New Albany Shale As A Potential Liquids-From-Shale Play In The Illinois Basin • Analyzing organic richness and organic matter type of different sections of the New Albany Shale to understand the hydrocarbon generative potential and quality of the generated hydrocarbons • Identifying zones of sufficient thermal maturity for oil generation and retention to delineate new prospective areas/ sections of the New Albany • Examining mineralogical composition and porosity/ permeability data to determine spatial variability of the reservoir • Identifying geological, operational, and other challenges to get insight into best production targets with greatest return on investments MariaMastalerz,ResearchScientist-CoalGeology,OrganicPetrology& Geochemistry,IndianaGeologicalSurvey 1.00 Question & Answer Session GULF COAST, FLORIDA, SOUTHERN ARKANSAS, NORTHERN LOUISIANA BROWN DENSE BROWN DENSE: REGIONAL GEOLOGY UPDATE 1.10 Examining The Lower Smackover Brown Dense Lime Trend: An Update Of BDL Regional Geology, Recent Drilling Results And Future Potential • Analyzing the lithological composition, facies types and TOC content/distribution in the Brown Dense Lime Trend • Providing a historical review of recent Brown Dense Lime drilling and completions activity • Comparing BDL production data from recent unconventional and “legacy” vertical wells • Identifying optimal trend areas (“sweet spots”) for future exploration and development SteveWalkinshaw,President,VisionExploration 1.40 Question & Answer Session 1.50 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area NEW MEXICO GALLUP GALLUP 2.20 Using Latest Geochemical, Petrophysical, Geo- structural And Seismic Data On The Gallup To Identify The Variability And Extent Of Productive Rock • Examining the fluid bends in the Gallup to identify the location and depths of the oil, gas and condensate windows • Looking at the relative permeability of the play to determine how the fluidity of oil and gas and how this dictates the rate of production • Assessing how resistivity correlates to lithology and oil in place to understand the extent to which a sweet spot is determined by resistivity • Using latest geochemical analysis to identify the source rock of the Gallup • Providing stratigraphic and structural analysis data on salt entrapments, vertical variations, natural fractures and faults to optimize drilling and completions strategies 2.50 Question & Answer Session MONTANA HEATH FORMATION HEATH: PRODUCTION UPDATE 3.00 Using Latest Production Results To Infer Sweet Spots And Assess The Profitability Of The Heath Formation • Understanding if the play is as universally rich as initially advocated and if not, where the key sweet spots lie • Quantifying barrels per day produced to understand if conceptual predictions of the play have materialized in production • Examining the TOCs, vitrinite reflectance and TMAX to gain further insight into the best drilling location for greatest return on investment • Studying the structural complexity of the Heath to determine whether faults provide pathways for drilling and completions • Understanding what drilling and completions strategies have been used to optimize production at minimized cost • Exploring different completion types, frac sizes and frac fluids operators have used to enable effective and commercial production • Understanding if there have been any high water saturated zones discovered to flag up operational hazards 3.30 Question & Answer Session 3.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference Day 2 Thursday May 29, 2014 GOTHICSHALE,WOODFORDOILPLAY,HEATH,GALLUP&BROWNDENSE: Analyzing The Productive Potential Of The Most Promising Emerging Plays Across Colorado, Montana, Illinois, Oklahoma And The Gulf Coast States www.emerging-shale-plays-usa-2014.com  (1) 800 721 3915  info@american-business-conferences.com SHELL “Very good and appropriate selection of topics” EXXONMOBIL “Good mix of technical and commercial.” Stone Energy Corp “I received an excellent overview of shale plays... well done” Talisman Energy “The congress was very well organized and the content was very relevant to the congress title. Some interesting point of discussion came up”
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