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Permian Basin Section SEPM Young Professional and Intern Field Trip

  • Four day multi-disciplined field trip in the Guadalupe Mountains for geology, engineering and land young professionals and interns
  • Trip led by Dr. Emily Stoudtand Dr. Robert Trentham from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin, who have a combined 55 years of geological experience in research, development and production in the Permian Basin
  • Robert Campbell and Chris Fling will provide mentoring support in engineering and land and have comparable years of Permian Basin experience in their respective professions
  • Goal is to educate participants in combining outcrop data with industry exploration and production techniques in a multi-disciplined environment
  • Participants will have opportunity to observe world-class outcrops of shelf to basin deposits that are direct analogues to producing fields in the Permian Basin
  • Lectures covering geology of west Texas, carbonates, sequence stratigraphy, quick and simple log calculations and land practices
  • Classroom exercises on general land practices, sequence stratigraphy, log correlation, seismic interpretation and production analysis
  • Break out sessions specific to each discipline
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Organizer Paula Mitchell


Thu, Jun. 7 - Sun, Jun. 10, 2012
3 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Carlsbad, New Mexico