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|Okla State Agency||Geological Survey, Oklahoma|
|Okla Agency Code||'760'|
|Title||Morrow and Springer in the southern midcontinent, 2005 symposium : proceedings of a symposium held May 10-11, 2005, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma|
Andrews, Richard D.
Oklahoma Geological Survey.
United States. National Petroleum Technology Office.
|Publisher||University of Oklahoma.|
Formations (Geology)--Southwestern States--Congresses.
Fossil fuels--Southwestern States--Congresses.
|Purpose||Because these sandstone reservoirs are some of the most prolific in the southern Midcontinent, their hydrocarbon resources have been, and currently are, the premier exploration and development targets for recovery of oil and gas economically. Information critical in delineating production trends, subsurface mapping, stratigraphic nomenclature, trapping mechanisms, logging and well stimulation, seismic imaging, and secondary recovery is important to facilitate exploitation of these resources. To aid in disseminating this information and technology, the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory in Tulsa cosponsored this event. Topics presented at this symposium are extremely varied and include a mixture of studies completed by consulting geologists, geoscientists in the local petroleum industry, and geoscientists from prominent universities and state geological surveys.|
|Notes||This symposium was held May 10-11, 2005 at the Clarion Hotel Meridian Convention Center in Oklahoma City.|
|Series||Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ; 111|
|OkDocs Class#||G500.7 C578 no.111|
|Digital Format||PDF, Adobe Reader required|
|ODL electronic copy||Downloaded from agency website: http://www.ogs.ou.edu/pubsscanned/Circulars/Circular111.pdf|
|Rights and Permissions||This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. copyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders.|
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