Emerging Shale Plays USA 2013
Organization: American Business Conferences
|Event Date/Time: Apr 24, 2013 / 9:00 am - (PST)||End Date/Time: Apr 25, 2013 / 7:00 pm - (PST)|
The Emerging Shale Plays USA Congress is returning to Houston yet again to deliver exploration and production updates on America's hottest yet least publicized shale plays. The congress will bring together leading experts from E&P companies operating in America's hottest plays including the Brown Dense, New Albany, Chainman, Eaglebine, Tuscaloosa, Heath and many more to provide an unprecedented level of insight into the productive capabilities of formations that should be on the radar of every New Ventures team across North America in 2013.
With new areas starting to be leased, and a number of emerging plays starting to see commercial production, the congress this year will focus on answering two distinct, overarching questions:
- What New Plays Are On The Cards For 2013?
- How Are Last Year's Highly Anticipated Plays Living Up To Expectation?
The congress is going to be split into two days, reflecting exactly that.
DAY 1: NEW PLAYS
The first day will deliver exploratory well data to characterize reservoirs and quantify the production potential of the most prominent but least publicly talked about emerging plays on the market:
Brown Dense, New Albany, Chainman, Eaglebine, Pearsall, Lower Sunniland Shale and Desmoinesian Shale
DAY 2: PRODUCTION UPDATES
Day two will re-visit some of the most highly anticipated emerging plays that were examined at Emerging Shale Plays USA 2012, providing core updates, completions updates and latest production results to infer key reservoir developments and understand whether or not the following plays are as commercially viable as originally touted:
Tuscaloosa, Wolfcamp, Monterey And Other Californian Shale Oil Plays , Woodford Oil Play and Mississippi Lime Play