The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) is proud to announce a major donation of cores from Greater Aneth field in the Paradox Basin of southeastern Utah. This massive and scientifically significant collection of cores (from over 125 wells) was generously donated to the UGS by the field operator, Resolute Energy Corporation of Denver, Colorado. Greater Aneth is Utah’s largest field having produced over 480 million BO and 437 BCFG from oolitic and phylloid-algal limestones and dolomites of the Pennsylvanian Paradox Formation. The UGS and Resolute invite you to attend a special core workshop designed to introduce this amazing collection to the geologic community (industry, universities, consultants, etc.).
- Sponsors: The Utah Geological Survey and Resolute Energy Corporation
- Cost: none
- Date and Time: Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 8:30 A.M.–4:30 P.M.
- Location: UGS’s Utah Core Research Center (UCRC), 240 North Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, Utah (Ph.: 801/537-3359)
- Lunch: provided compliments of Resolute
- Workshop Notes and Handouts: provided compliments of the UGS
Registration (limited to 40 attendees): Cheryl Gustin, UGS
Ph. – (801) 537-3360; email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Resolute’s Aneth Field Development Program, 2006–Present (Horizontal Drilling and CO2 Injection) – Steve Hoppe, Resolute Engineer
A Quick Note on Desert Creek Nomenclature – Jason Burris, Resolute Geologist
Core Examination Sessions
Core Examination Session I: Dave Eby
Core Examination Session II: Dr. Scott M. Ritter (professor) and graduate students, Brigham Young University Department of Geological Sciences
Roundtable Discussion Session on Research Opportunities/Recommendations – Tom Chidsey, Jason Burris, Scott Ritter, Dave Eby, and Peter Nielsen, Moderators
Closing Remarks/Wrap up – Tom Chidsey