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December
W. Ambrose Core review of the Cleveland Formation, Lipscomb County, Texas   Jones Energy, Inc., Austin, Texas, December 17, 2008
J.-P. Nicot SECARB: candidate sites and modeling status   Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership (RCSP) Inter-Partnership Simulation and Risk Assessment Workshop, Berkeley, California, December 17, 2008.
F. Howari Transboundary Water Resource Challenges: Case Study—Middle East   Latin American Forum IV, The University of Texas at AustinDecember 9, 2008
R. Trevino Geologic storage (almacenamiento geológico) of carbon dioxide (CO2)   the JSG Latin American Forum, Austin, Texas, December 9, 2008.
F. Howari Taking Geological Storage Forward, Moderator   Carbon Capture and Storage Technical Workshop in association with 6th Annual CO2-EOR Conference,  Houston , Texas , December 8, 2008
T. Meckel Field demonstration projects led by GCCC   UK-Texas Carbon Capture & Storage Technical Workshop, Houston, Texas, December 8, 2008.
B. Hardage

Assessing the potential of gas hydrates

 

Latin American Forum on Energy & the Environment, Austin, Texas, December 7–9 2008.

S. Tinker

Global Energy – Building 21st Century Bridges

 

(Abs) SEAPEX Board Meeting, Singapore, December 5, 2008.

S. Tinker

Co-Moderator/Climate Change & Environment

 

IPTC Panel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 3, 2008.

Y. Liu

High-order seislet transform/frames

 

Geophysical Society of Houston, Houston, Texas, December  2, 2008.

S. Tinker

Giving thanks

 

Op Ed: AAPG Explorer, December, 2008.

S. Tinker

Texas may prosper by courting carbon storage

 

Fort Worth Basin Oil & Gas Magazine,pg. 22-28, article in which Tinker is heavily quoted, December, 2008.

P. Murray

Simultaneous P- and S-wave interval velocity model building of near-seafloor geology using OBC data

 

SEG 2008 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 2008.

J.-P. Nicot

U.S. EPA draft rules on geological storage: selected stakeholder feedback

 

United Kingdom and BEG Carbon Capture and Storage Technical pre-Workshop Event, 6th Annual EOR Carbon Management Workshop, Houston, Texas, December 2008.

S. Tinker

Building Energy, Economy and Environmental Bridges

 

Exploration & Production Oil & Gas Review, v. 6, no. 11, p. 18-20, December, 2008.

November
S. Tinker

A global energy polidy bridge

 

Op Ed: AAPG Explorer, November, 2008.

S. Dutton

Porosity and permeability evolution in lower Tertiary Wilcox sandstones from 200 to 6,700 m of burial, upper Texas Gulf Coast

 

Department of Geological Sciences Hydrology Seminar, Austin, Texas, November 21, 2008.

W. Ambrose U.S. coalbed methane resources and reservoirs   The University of Texas at Austin GEO 383R class, Reservoir Geology, Austin, Texas, November 20, 2008. 
R. D-Stirrat

Clay fabric anisotropy in mudrocks: cause and effect

 

PTTC Workshop
Technologies and Applications for Shale Reservoir Successions, Houston, Texas, November 20, 2008.

F. Howari Nuclear policies and Nuclear Education  Programs in the Middle East   IAEA Technical Meeting on “Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods", Amman, Jordan     November 19, 2008  
F. Howari Remote sensing  and Reflectance spectroscopy as useful tools for Uranium exploration   IAEA Technical Meeting on “Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods", Amman, Jordan     November 19, 2008  
W. Ambrose Sequence Stratigraphy and Depositional Systems of the Woodbine Group in East Texas Field: Core Workshop: BEG-PTTC Workshop No. SW0018   Houston Research Center, Houston, Texas, November 18, 2008.
W. Ambrose Introduction to depositional systems, with application to East Texas field   PTTC Texas/Southern New Mexico Region workshop, Sequence Stratigraphy and Depositional Systems of the Woodbine Group in East Texas Field: Core Workshop, Houston, Texas, November 18, 2008.
T. Hentz

Sequence stratigraphic model of East Texas field

 

PTTC Texas/Southern New Mexico Region workshop, Sequence Stratigraphy and Depositional Systems of the Woodbine Group in East Texas Field: Core Workshop, Houston, Texas, November 18, 2008.

R. D-Stirrat

Controls on the reorientation mechanisms of phyllosilicates; Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, Podhale Basin, and the Barnett Shale

 

GeoFluids III Consortium Meeting, Houston, Texas, November 18, 2008.

F. Howari Uranium Geology of the Middle East with focus on new prospective and mining potentials   IAEA Technical Meeting on “Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods", Amman, Jordan     November 17, 2008  
F. Howari Nuclear power programs  in the Middle East   IAEA Technical Meeting on “Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods", Amman, Jordan     November 17, 2008  
J-W Choi

Investigation of water displacement following large CO2 sequestration operations view boundaries and borehole leakage driving forces

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

J-W Choi

Comparing carbon sequestration in an oil reservoir to sequestration in a brine formation- field study

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

L. Duncan

Risk assessment for future CO2 sequestration projects based CO2 enhanced oil recovery in the U.S

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

G. Gulen

Economic modeling of carbon dioxide integrated pipeline network for enhanced oil recovery and geologic sequestration in the Texas Gulf Coast region

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Assessing risk to fresh water resources from long term CO2 injection—laboratory and field studies

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Comparing carbon sequestration in an oil reservoir to sequestration in a brine formation- field study

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Continuous pressure monitoring for large volume CO2 injections

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Geochemical modeling of near-surface CO2 interactions: the critical element in cost-effective long-term monitoring

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Investigation of water displacement following large CO2 sequestration operations view boundaries and borehole leakage driving forces

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Pressure perturbations from geologic carbon sequestration: Area-of-review boundaries and borehole leakage driving forces

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Hovorka

Recent advances in well-based monitoring of CO2 sequestration

 

 the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

J. Lu

Assessing risk to fresh water resources from long term CO2 injection—laboratory and field studies

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

T. Meckel

Continuous pressure monitoring for large volume CO2 injections

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

T. Meckel

Comparing carbon sequestration in an oil reservoir to sequestration in a brine formation- field study

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

J.-P. Nicot

Investigation of water displacement following large CO2 sequestration operations view boundaries and borehole leakage driving forces

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

J.-P. Nicot

Pressure perturbations from geologic carbon sequestration: Area-of-review boundaries and borehole leakage driving forces

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

J.-P. Nicot

Risk assessment for future CO2 sequestration projects based CO2 enhanced oil recovery in the U.S

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

K. Romanak

Assessing risk to fresh water resources from long term CO2 injection—laboratory and field studies

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

B. Smyth

Assessing risk to fresh water resources from long term CO2 injection—laboratory and field studies

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

R. Trevino

Comparing carbon sequestration in an oil reservoir to sequestration in a brine formation- field study

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

H. Zeng

Comparing carbon sequestration in an oil reservoir to sequestration in a brine formation- field study

 

the GHGT-9 (Green House Gas Technology) Conference, Washington, D.C., November 16–20, 2008.

S. Tinker

Global Energy – Building 21st Century Bridges

 

(Abs) Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy & Technology, Houston, Texas, November 14, 2008.

Y. Liu

Seislet data analysis with high-order seislet transform

 

SEG Workshop, Integration of Multiscale Data: Upscaling and Data Fusion, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 13, 2008.

J.-P. Nicto

Desalination of brackish water: regulations and other geological considerations

 

Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT) 2008 Brackish Groundwater Conference, El Paso, Texas, November 6, 2008.

B. Cutright

Redefining mega-engineering as a hydrogeologic discipline

 

Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, Austin, Texas, November 2008.

October
W. Ambrose Geosc 558, Petroleum GeoSystems Seminar   the Institute for Geophysics, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
W. Ambrose Clean coal: decarbonized power in North America   American Association of Petroleum Geologists International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2008.
W. Ambrose Deltaic cores in the Woodbine Group, East Texas field   Texas Regional Collaborative Teacher Workshop, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
P. Eichhubl Effect of mechanical grain size reduction on quartz cementation in sandstone   SEPM Research Group, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
P. Eichhubl Predicting fracture porosity evolution in sandstone  

Department of Energy—Basic Energy Sciences: Geosciences Symposium on Basic Research Relevant to Geological CO2 Sequestration, Gaithersburg, Maryland, October 2008.

J. Gale Natural fractures in the Barnett Shale   Unconventional Gas Technical Forum, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2008.
S. Hamlin Barnett Shale, south Fort Worth Basin: integrating core descriptions and gamma-ray scans with downhole logs to create cross sections using Petra  

BEG Industry Day, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

S. Hamlin Spraberry, Dean, Wolfberry clastic/carbonate basin-floor reservoirs Midland Basin  

annual meeting of the Permian Basin Geological Synthesis Project, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

S. Hamlin Syn-orogenic slope and basin depositional systems, Ozona sandstone, Val Verde Basin, southwest Texas  

American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Southwest Section Meeting, Abilene, Texas, October 2008.

T. Hentz Depositional facies, reservoir distribution, and infield potential of lower Atoka Bend Conglomerate, Boonsville field, Fort Worth Basin, Texas: a new look at an old play   Industry Day, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
F. Howari CO2 capture and storage in Saudi Arabia through enhanced recovery: multidimensional opportunities and challenges   The Future of Clean Energy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Workshop, Dhahran-31261, Saudi Arabia, October 2008.
F. Howari Nuclear policies and nuclear education programs in the Middle East  

 the IAEA Technical Meeting on Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods, Amman, Jordan, October 2008.

F. Howari Remote sensing and reflectance spectroscopy as useful tools for uranium exploration  

the IAEA Technical Meeting on Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods, Amman, Jordan, October 2008.

F. Howari Thoughts on the nexus between water and energy issues in GCC Countries  

the First Conference on Water Policy and Associated Technological Challenges in Arid Dynamic Environments: the Special Case of Arabian Gulf Countries, organized by UT-CIEEP at AUK, Safat, Kuwait, October 2008.

F. Howari Uranium geology of the Middle East with focus on new prospective and mining potentials  

 the IAEA Technical Meeting on Uranium Exploration and Mining Methods, Amman, Jordan, October 2008.

M. Hudec A proposed foldbelt in the central Gulf of Mexico   Statoil/Hydro, Houston, Texas, October 2008.
M. Hudec Introduction to the Applied Geodynamics Laboratory   prospective graduate students visiting UT, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
M. Hudec Principles and applications of salt tectonics  

TGS-NOPEC, Houston, Texas, October 2008.

M. Hudec Principles and applications of salt tectonics  

Pemex, Villahermosa, Mexico, October 2008.

S. Laubach Current state of the art in reservoir fracture mechanics with emphasis on roles of fluid flow and chemistry  

the ExxonMobil Research, Annandale, New Jersey, October 2008.

J. Lucia Acoustic travel time, rock fabric, porosity, and permeability in carbonate reservoirs  

Exxon/Mobil Upstream Research, Houston, Texas, October 2008.

J. Lucia Carbonate petrophysics: state of the art  

the Annual Summit of Halliburton Wireline and Perforating Services, Houston, Texas, October 2008.

T. Meckel  CO2 demonstrations for the classroom  

Texas Regional Collaborative Workshop,     Austin, Texas, October 2008.

T. Meckel Monitoring design for large-scale CCS projects  

summer short course presented at Research Experience in Carbon Sequestration (RECS), Albuquerque, NM, October 2008.

P. Murray Comparison of OBC data processing techniques for shallow imaging  

Exploration Geophysics Laboratory Sponsors' Meeting, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

P. Murray Comparing OBC P-P and P-S images with high-frequency P-P chirp sonar  

Gulf of Mexico Hydrates Research Consortium, Mississippi Minerals Research Institute, Oxford, Mississippi, October 2008.

P. Murray Comparing OBC P-P and P-S images with high-frequency P-P chirp sonar  

Exploration Geophysics Laboratory Sponsors' Meeting, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

P. Murray CSI: Biloxi or analysis of MEMS 3-C sensor data from the Biloxi Test  

Gulf of Mexico Hydrates Research Consortium, Mississippi Minerals Research Institute, Oxford, Mississippi, October 2008.

P. Murray EGL Progress Report, 2008  

Exploration Geophysics Laboratory Sponsors' Meeting, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

P. Murray Interactive velocity analysis for OBC data with MATLAB  

Exploration Geophysics Laboratory Sponsors' Meeting, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

J.-P. Nicot Elements of Groundwater Geochemistry   short course presented to TCEQ, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
J.-P. Nicot Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in Texas   short course presented to TCEQ, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
J.-P. Nicot Fate and transport   short course presented to TCEQ, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
J.-P. Nicot Groundwater hydrology   short course presented to TCEQ, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
C. Ogiesoba Fault imaging in hydrothermal dolomite reservoirs: A case study   Development and Production Forum, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
J. Paine Hydrogeophysical field methods  

Hydrogeology Field Methods class (GEO 376L), Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

J. Paine Overview of near-surface geophysics in engineering and environmental studies  

CE 287, Engineering Geology class, Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2008.

B. Scanlon Elements of Groundwater Hydrology   short course presented to TCEQ with J. P. Nicot, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
B. Scanlon Fate and Transport in the Subsurface   short course presented to TCEQ with J. P. Nicot, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
B. Scanlon Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in Texas   short course presented to TCEQ with J. P. Nicot, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
B. Scanlon Groundwater Geochemistry   short course presented to TCEQ with J. P. Nicot, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
B. Scanlon Integration of hydrogeology and soil science for sustainable water resources—focus on water quantity   Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, October 2008.
S. Tinker Communications gap: an issue for the ages   Op Ed: AAPG Explorer, October, 2008
L. Wood Advances and challenges in deep marine systems   MAERSK Petroleum, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 2008.
L. Wood Applications of quantitative seismic geomorphology to continental margin evolution studies   Norsk Hydro High Impact Professors Meeting, Paracura, Brazil, Paracura, Brazil, October 2008.
L. Wood Mountains to the sea: adventures in Ecuador   Bureau of Economic Geology Lecture Series, Austin, Texas, October 2008.
L. Wood Seismic geomorphology: a revolution in paleogeomorphology and Earth characterization   Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, October 2008.
L. Wood State of the art of the ongoing work: sedimentary environment images collection and their hierarchies   ENI, Agip, Milan, Italy, October 2008.
S. Dutton

Evolution of porosity and permeability in lower Tertiary Wilcox sandstones from near surface to ultradeep burial (200 to 6,700 m), upper Texas Gulf Coast

 

Bureau of Economic Geology Seminar Series, Austin, Texas, October 31, 2008.

R. D-Stirrat

Controls on the reorientation mechanisms of phyllosilicates; Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, Podhale Basin, and the Barnett Shale

 

Rice University, Houston, Texas, October 30, 2008.

S. Tinker The Advanced Energy Consortium: a new model for funding and conducting pre-competitive research in micro- and nano- technology for improved subsurface understanding   AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 29, 2008
W. Ambrose Timing, emplacement, and distribution of mare-fill units in Oceanus Procellarum, a large nearside lunar basi  

American Association of Petroleum Geologists International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 27, 2008.

W. Ambrose The case for lunar maria as potential layered extrusives  

American Association of Petroleum Geologists International Conference and Exhibition, Cape Town, South Africa, October 27, 2008.

S. Tinker Energy Workforce: Understanding and Adapting to cycles  

AAPG International Convention and Exhibition, Oral Session: Geoscience Workforce of the Future-The Great Crew Change, Cape Town, South Africa, October 27, 2008

S. Tinker Global Energy Security: Build Bridges, Not Walls pdf AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, Opening Ceremony, Cape Town, South Africa, October 26, 2008
S. Tinker The Role of Fossil Fuels in the Global Energy Future   Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development (RIPED) 50th Anniversary, Beijing, China, October 23, 2008
S. Tinker President's Forum, Congratulatory Address   Research Institute for Petroleum Exploration and Development (RIPED), Beijing, China, October 23, 2008
S. Tinker The Role of Fossil Fuels in the Global Energy Future   Enterprise Products Partners Annual Meeting, Horseshoe Bay, TX, October 16, 2008
T. Meckel SECARB Pilot Demonstration Project  

Southern Company Open House, Escatawpa, Mississippi, October 15, 2008.

S. Tinker The Role of Fossil Fuels in the Global Energy Future   Baker Hughes Engineering Forum, Houston, TX, October 15, 2008
P. Murray Designing an OBS Experiment at Mississippi Canyon 118   Gulf of Mexico Hydrates Research Consortium (Mississippi Minerals Research Institute), Oxford, Mississippi, October 14, 2008.
S. Tinker Global Energy, Economy, and Policy: What in the Heck is Going On?   AAPG Eastern Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, October 12, 2008
S. Dutton Variation in detrital mineralogy caused by provenance and depositional setting: linking Tertiary sandstones from the upper Texas coastal plain to the deepwater Gulf of Mexico   Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, October 6, 2008.
S. Tinker Global Energy: Myths and Paradoxes   GSA Foundation-Pardee Coterie, Houston, TX, October 5, 2008
S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges   PGNiG, Polish Oil & Gas Company, Warsaw, Poland, October 1, 2008
September
P. Flemings Geosc 558, Petroleum GeoSystems Seminar   the Institute for Geophysics, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, September 2008.
P. Flemings Geo 391, Guadalupe Mountain Stratigraphy   the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, September 2008
S. Fomel GEO 391 Multidimensional data analysis in geosciences   Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, September, 2008
S. Tinker Energy, economy, and environment linked together   Op Ed: AAPG Explorer, September, 2008
S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges   Wintershall, Kassel, Germany, September 30, 2008
S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges  

(Abs) Deutschen Geophysikalische Gesellschaft, Aachen, Germany, September 29, 2008

S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges   ROSNEFT Research and Technical Center,Moscow, Russia, September 25, 2008
S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges   Moscow State University,Moscow, Russia, September 25, 2008
S. Tinker Global Energy: Building 21st Century Bridges   Royal Holloway, University of London, London, UK, September 23, 2008
S. Tinker Public-Private Partnerships: Communicating to Decision Makers   First Annual Geoscience Forum, Washington, DC, September 8, 2008
August
       
July
W. Ambrose

Core example of reservoir heterogeneity in the lower Woodbine Group, East Texas field

  SEG Development Forum, Austin, Texas, July 30, 2008.
S. Fomel

Seislet transform and seislet frames for multiscale seismic data analysis

  SEG D&P Forum, The Roles of Scaling and Uncertainty in Reservoir Characterization, Austin, Texas, July 28, 2008.
Y. Liu

Applications of multiscale seislet frames for seismic data decomposition and regularization

  SEG D&P Forum, The Roles of Scaling and Uncertainty in Reservoir Characterization, Austin, Texas, July 28, 2008.
R. Loucks

Reservoir heterogeneity within a carbonate patch reef and association seismic expression

  core workshop presented at SEG Development and Production Forum: Core examples of reservoir heterogeneity, Austin, Texas, July 27–31, 2008.
S. Ruppel

Reservoir heterogeneity within the Barnett Shale and associated seismic expression

  core workshop co-presented with Angela McDonnell at SEG Development and Production Forum: Core Examples of Reservoir Heterogeneity, Austin, Texas, July 27–31 2008.
R. Loucks

Mississippian Barnett Shale in the northern Fort Worth Basin: lithofacies, depositional setting, and pore network of a deepwater mudstone succession (co-authors Steve Ruppel and Rob Reed)

  BP, Houston, Texas, July 9, 2008.
S. Tinker Global Energy: Myths, Realities and Paradoxes   AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, July 9, 2008.
S. Fomel

Mathematical problems of time-domain seismic imaging

  SIAM Imaging Science Conference, San Diego, California, July 8, 2008.
H. Zeng

Introduction to seismic sedimentology

  Graduate School, China University of Petroleum, Dongying, China, July 7–8, 2008.
J. Paine

Overview of near-surface geophysics in engineering and environmental studies

  CE 287, Engineering Geology class, Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, July 2008.
June
S. Tinker The role of state geological surveys in the U.S. energy future   AASG Centennial Meeting, Austin, Texas, June 29, 2008.
W. Ambrose

Mining the solar system for space exploration

  Summer Seminar Series, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, June 27, 2008.
S. Tinker Energy myths and realities ppt1 Alumni College, Texas Exes, Austin, Texas, June 25, 2008.
C. King

Carbon dioxide capture and sequestration

  Desk and Derrick, San Antonio, Texas, June 24, 2008.
J.P. Nicot

Geological carbon sequestration: what are the technical risks and how to handle them?

  Southwest Research Institute, Carbon Capture, Conversion and Sequestration: Technology Challenges Forum, San Antonio, Texas, June 24, 2008.
J. Lucia

Carbonate petrophysics: state of the art

  Annual Summit of Halliburton Wireline and Perforating Services, Houston, Texas, June 18, 2008.
S. Tinker Climate, carbon, and energy: what is a teacher to think?   Texas Regional Collaborative Workshop, Austin, Texas, June 10, 2008.
J.P. Nicot

Certification framework based on effective trapping for geologic CO2 sequestration

  North American Carbon Capture and Storage Association, Austin, Texas, June 9, 2008
S. Tinker

Global energy: myths, realities, and paradoxes

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists RMS, Austin, Texas, June 9, 2008.

S. Fomel

Recent advances in time-domain seismic imaging

  Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, June 6, 2008.
S. Laubach

Using diagenesis information to measure fracture timing

  Consortium for Quantitative Prediction of Sandstone Reservoir Quality, Lost Pines, Texas, June 2, 2008.
S. Fomel Seismic imaging   Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, June 1, 2008.
F. Javadpour Shale gas characterization   Changchun, China, June 2008.
May
J. Lucia

Acoustic travel time, rock fabric, porosity, and permeability in carbonate reservoirs

  Exxon/Mobil Upstream Research, Houston, Texas, May 22, 2008.
H. Zeng

How thin is a thin bed? An alternative perspective

  Shell, Houston, Texas, May 19, 2008.
F. Howari CO2 Capture and Storage in Saudi Arabia through Enhanced Recovery  Multidimensional Opportunities and Challenges.   The Future of Clean Energy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Workshop, Dhahran-31261, Saudi Arabia May 18-19th, 2008.
S. Tinker

Energy myths and a few realities

ppt1 Texas Bankers Association, San Antonio, Texas, May 16, 2008.
S. Fomel

Reproducible computational experiments using Madagascar software package

  Scientific Sofware Days, Austin, Texas, May 15, 2008.
R. Kyle Geology of Texas Industrial Minerals pdf 44th Forum on Industrial Minerals, Oklahoma City, May 12, 2008
W. Wright Summary Report—Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis of Barremian-Aptian and Albian Reservoirs, Campos Basin—A Joint Training-Research Program, Petrobras and the Jackson School of Geosciences (JSG)   Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 12, 2008.
S. Tinker

Climate, carbon, and electricity: a 2030 energy Rx

  BEG Decision Makers Meeting, Jewett, Texas, May 8, 2008
F. Howari Water Challenges and Opportunities in the Middle East   Keynote speech:  US-Arab Economic Forum, Washington, D.C.  May 7-9, 2008
F. Wang

Production fairway speed rails in gas shales

   7th Annual Gas Shale Summit, Dallas, Texas, May 7, 2008.
T. Meckel

Integrated monitoring design for a large volume commercial injection

  7th Annual Conference on Carbon Capture and Sequestration, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 6, 2008.
J.P. Nicot

Innovation at the state level in policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks for geological CO2 sequestration

  Seventh Annual Conference on Carbon Capture & Sequestration: addressing the knowledge, policy, regulatory and technology gaps to expedite CCS deployment, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 6, 2008.
T. Meckel

An attempt to reconcile subsidence rates determined from various techniques

  Colorado School of Mines-AAPG Student Chapter Luncheon, Golden, Colorado, May 2, 2008.
T. Meckel

Current topics in geologic carbon capture and storage with examples from pilot field injections―numerical constraints and stratigraphic influences

  Colorado School of Mines-AAPG Student Chapter Luncheon, Golden, Colorado, May 2, 2008.
S. Fomel

Seismic time-domain imaging using beams

  Spring Symposium, Geophysical Society of Houston, Houston, Texas, May 1, 2008.
S. Tinker

Climate and carbon in a global energy context

  part of panel discussion, North American Energy Summit, San Antonio, Texas, May 1, 2008.
J. Hooker

Fracture research and application consortium

  Repsol YPF Workshop, May 2008.
April
W. Ambrose Depositional systems and sedimentary facies of coal-forming environments: presented in EMD Workshop 15, Coalbed Methane and Shale Gas Exploration Strategies:  

Workshop for Sorbed Gas Reservoir Systems, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008

W. Ambrose Energy minerals in the solar system: resources for the 21st century  

Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.

W. Ambrose Lunar oddities: asymmetric, non-main- sequence craters as indirect indicators of basin-scale impacts   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
W. Ambrose Sequence stratigraphic controls from complex reservoir architecture in fluvial-dominated deltaic and lowstand valley-fill deposits in the Woodbine Group, East Texas field   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.

S. Becker

Fluid inclusion constraints from the opening history of fractures in tight gas sandstone reservoirs   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
C. Breton Digital oil-play maps of the Permian Basin   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
P. Eichhubl How fractures open, and remain open, in the deep subsurface   AAPG Hedberg Conference, Casper, Wyoming, April 2008.
R. Day-Stirrat Mississippian Barnett Shale: characterization and concretions   AAPG Convention (co-authors Bob Loucks, Kitty Milliken, and B. A. van der Pluijm), San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Dooley Dismembered sutures formed during asymmetric salt-sheet collision   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Dooley Superposed deformation and structural control of salt breakout in radially expanding canopies   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
D. Dumlap Mass transport deposits in offshore Morocco, Safi Haute Mer area   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Dutton Extending diagenetic trends in the Eocene Wilcox Formation with data from deep to ultradeep sandstones of the northern Texas Gulf of Mexico Coast   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Laubach Open fractures, diagenesis and in situ stress   the AAPG Hedberg Research Conference, Casper, Wyoming, April 2008
J. Lucia Burial dissolution of anhydrite in Permian reservoirs, origin and petrophysics   the AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Meckel Optimizing CO2 injections for both seal integrity and economic return   the AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
J. Woodong Authigenic carbonate rock at hydrate environments in the Gulf of Mexico: consideration of thermodynamic properties   AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
L. Wood Seismic geomorphology of shelf sands   AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
L. Wood

Source-to-sink linkages between clinoform architecture and deepwater deposits, eastern Mexico margin, southern Gulf of Mexico

  AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Fomel Seismic wave propagation using Fourier integration   CGGVeritas, Houston, Texas, April 30, 2008
S. Fomel

Seismic imaging

  CGGVeritas, Houston, Texas, April 30, 2008
M. DeAngelo Integrated 4C2D OBC seismic data registration of near-seafloor sediments, Green Canyon, Gulf of Mexico   the Exploration Geophysics Laboratory Spring Sponsors' Meeting, Austin, Texas, April 17, 2008.
S. Fomel Automatic painting of 3-D seismic volumes   Bureau of Economic Geology Colloquium, Austin, Texas, April 4, 2008
M. Foss United States natural gas prices to 2015: update and views from international natural gas and LNG developments   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
J. Gale Fracture enhanced permeability within a crystalline porous dolostone matrix: a reservoir model in the Knox Formation, Maben gas field, Mississippi   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
J. Gale Natural fractures in shales: origins, characteristics, and relevance for hydraulic fracture treatments   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
U. Hammes New insights into regional sequence stratigraphic correlations of the Oligocene Frio Formation in South Texas   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
U. Hammes Seismic imaging of sediment ridges in growth-faulted subbasins of the Oligocene of the South Texas Gulf Coast—are they shale, salt, or seismic artifacts?   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
M. Hudec Diachronous growth of fold limbs from the Mad Dog Anticline: implications for base-salt deformation in the Atwater Fold Belt   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
M. Hudec Episodic advance of the Sigsbee salt canopy, deepwater Gulf of Mexico   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Tinker

BEG research for the 21st century

  BEG Industry Day, Austin, Texas, April 29, 2008.
F. Howari Thought on the nexus between water and energy issues in GCC Countries.    The first conference on Water Policy and Associated Technological Challenges in Arid Dynamic Environments: The Special Case of Arabian Gulf Countries, organized by UT-CIEEP at AUK, Kuwait April 28-29, 2008
M. Jackson Advanced salt tectonics   ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas, April 2008
M. Jackson How and where is the Sigsbee Escarpment advancing?   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
M. Jackson Modeling of strain partitioning during gravity-driven deformation of multilayered evaporites and overburden   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
X. Janson Skeletal mound growth model based from examples from the Carboniferous and Middle Cretaceous   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Laubach Structural diagenesis: the integration of structural geology and diagenesis   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
R. Loucks

A close look at the Barnett pore network and questions that need answering

  AAPG Unconventional Gas Research Committee Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
R. Loucks The Barnett Shale of the southern Fort Worth Basin: comparison of depositional setting, lithofacies, and mineralogy with equivalent deposits in the northern basin   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
R. Loucks Shell and grain layers in the Barnett Shale: event deposition or in situ accumulations?   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
J. Lucia Burial dissolution of anhydrite in Permian reservoirs, origin and petrophysics   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
A. McDonnell Geometry, origin, and significance of coast-perpendicular anticlines in a growth-faulted setting   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Meckel

Lessons learned from the FutureGen process and Frio Pilot injection in Texas

  AAPG Short Course on Geologic Carbon Sequestration, Atlanta, Georgia, April 19, 2008.
L. Moscardelli

Processes of late Tertiary-age mass transport and associated deposits along the eastern Mexico margin, southern Gulf of Mexico

  AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
J.P. Nicot

Geologic carbon storage: leakage risks and impacts on groundwater

  TCEQ Environmental Trade Fair & Conference, Austin, Texas, April 30, 2008.
L. Longuevergne What may bring gravimeters to the monitoring of water storage?   EGU General Assembly, session HS1.5, Vienna, Austria, April 13–18 2008.
J. Paine Passive electrical monitoring of aerobic and anaerobic processes using septic systems as an analog   21st Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 9, 2008
R. Reed A close look at the Barnett pore network and questions that need answering  

AAPG Unconventional Gas Research Committee Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.

R. Reed Morphology, distribution, and genesis of nanometer-scale pores in the Mississippian Barnett Shale   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Ruppell

A close look at the Barnett pore network and questions that need answering

  AAPG Unconventional Gas Research Committee Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Ruppell

Geological complexities in shale gas systems, in Coalbed methane and shale gas exploration strategies: Workshop for sorbed gas reservoir systems

  AAPG Course #15, AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, April 2008.
S. Ruppell The Devonian Woodford Fm of the Permian Basin: complex depositional and temporal variations across from Anaerobic marine basin   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
S. Tinker

Downhole mobile micro- and nano-sensors for advanced recovery

  keynote talk presented to Houston Business Journal, Houston, Texas, April 7, 2008.
W. Ambrose Sequence stratigraphic controls from complex reservoir architecture in fluvial-dominated deltaic and lowstand valley-fill deposits in the Woodbine Group, East Texas field  

Jones Energy, Inc., Austin, Texas, April 3, 2008.

E. Collins

Geologic map of the southeast part of the Austin, Texas 30 × 60 minute quadrangle: Central Texas population corridor encompassing Bastrop and Smithville (poster)

  South-Central Section, Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Hot Springs, Arkansas, April 1, 2008.
T. Dooley

Superposed deformation and structural control of salt breakout in radially expanding canopies

  the AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Dooley

Seismic geomorphology of shelf sands

  the AAPG Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
T. Dooley

Dismembered sutures formed during asymmetric salt-sheet collision

  Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
L. Wood

Source-to-sink linkages between clinoform architecture and deepwater deposits, eastern Mexico margin, southern Gulf of Mexico

  Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
H. Zeng Understanding seismic detection and resolution of high-frequency sequences and systems tracts   Annual AAPG Convention, San Antonio, Texas, April 2008.
March
E. Collins

Geologic map of the southeast part of the Austin, Texas, 30 × 60 minute quadrangle: central Texas population corridor encompassing Bastrop and Smithville

Geological Society of America South-Central Section 42nd Annual Meeting, Hot Springs, Arkansas, March 31, 2008.

S. Tinker

Global energy: trends, myths, and realities

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keynote talk presented to Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bakersfield, California, March 31, 2008.

A. McDonnell Overview of Texas State Waters geology   ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas, March 28, 2008
T. Meckel

Gulf Coast Stacked Storage SECARB Phase II Test #1t

 

  SECARB Stakeholders Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March 18, 2008.
E. Collins Stratigraphy and structure of Hays, Comal, and Bexar Counties, Central Texas, and the Comal and San Marcos Springs area   the Edwards Aquifer Area Expert Science Subcommittee, San Marcos, Texas, March 17, 2008.
W.Ambrose Origin, distribution, and chronostratigraphy of asymmetric secondary craters associated with nearside lunar basins   XXXIX Lunar and Planetary Society Conference, League City, Texas, March 11, 2008
S. Tinker

Ten energy myths: carbon in context

  Texas Alliance Group, Washington, D.C., March 10, 2008.
E. Collins

Geologic maps and map applications

 

High School Science Fair students, parents, and teachers (sponsored by the Austin Geological Society), Austin, Texas, March 3, 2008.

E. Collins

Draft geologic map of the southeast Austin population corridor encompassing Bastrop and Smithville, Texas (poster)

   the Austin Geological Society, Austin, Texas, March 3, 2008.
S. Tinker

Women in science: lessons from academia

  AAPG GEO Meeting, Manama, Bahrain, March 2, 2008.
February
A. McDonnell Structural and stratigraphic framework of the South Texas Coastal Zone: new insights from the Deep Shelf Gas Project   Deep Shelf Gas Consortium meeting, Houston, Texas, February 28, 2008.
S. Tinker Energy myths and current realities ppt1

 keynote address, AAPG Southwest Section Meeting, Abilene, Texas, February 27, 2008.

W.Ambrose

Transgressive-regressive cycles in the upper Pictured Cliffs Sandstone and controls on Fruitland coal depocenters, northwestern San Juan Basin

  Four Corners Geological Society, Farmington, New Mexico, February 22, 2008
T. Meckel Hydrologic and geochemical considerations for large volume geologic storage of carbon dioxide   Hydrogeology Brown Bag Seminar, Austin, Texas, February 22, 2008
S. Nance

Using naturally occurring hydrochemical and radio-isotope tracers to evaluate recharge zones, plateau aquifer system, Texas

  West Texas Regional Groundwater Alliance, Wall, Texas, February 20, 2008.
S. Fomel

Time-lapse seismic image registration using the local similarity attribute and the “Madagascar” software package

 

ConocoPhillips, Houston, Texas, February 18, 2008.

S. Nance

Using naturally occurring hydrochemical and radio-isotope tracers to delineate recharge zones and estimate recharge volumes, plateau aquifer system, Texas

  Hill Country Geoscientists, Kerrville, Texas, February 18, 2008.
S. Fomel The "Madagascar" software package   Chevron ETC, San Ramon, California, February 14, 2008
T. Meckel Survey results of public perceptions of CCS in Texas and current field demonstration projects at the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology   Texas Carbon Capture and Storage Association, Austin, Texas, February 14, 2008
S. Nance

Leonardian facies: core workshop

  Permian Basin Geological Synthesis Annual Meeting, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, February 13, 2008
S. Nance

Leonardian facies and rock-body geometries, Delaware Basin

  Permian Basin Geological Synthesis Annual Meeting, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, February 12, 2008.
S. Tinker

Geology rocks

  Spicewood Springs Elementary First Grade Class, Austin, Texas, February 12, 2008.
T. Meckel Can geologic carbon storage be the solution to global warming issues and recent developments?   Department of Earth and Environmental Services, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, February 8, 2008
J.P. Nicot

Can geologic carbon storage be the solution to global warming issues and recent developments?

  Department of Earth and Environmental Services, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, February 8, 2008.
S. Tinker Perspectives on global energy, carbon sequestration, and climate: keynote address   Beaver Creek Energy Conference, Beaver Creek, Colorado, February 5, 2008
M. Jackson

Shelf salt tectonics

  Freeport-McMoran Oil and Gas, Austin, Texas, February 2008.
B. Dejarnett

Rocks and fossils: discovering geology

  more than 200 elementary school children—several presentations per year, The Woodlands and Houston, Texas, February 2008.
M. Jackson

Advanced salt tectonics

  Sterling Energy, London, United Kingdon, February 2008.
U. Hammes

All fill—no spill: slope-fan sand bodies in growth-faulted subbasins, Frio Formation, South Texas Gulf Coast

 

Louisiana Geological Survey, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2008.

M. Jackson

Continental-scale gravity spreading on Mars: evidence for salt tectonics

  BEG Colloquium, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, February 1, 2008.
 
January
S. Nance

Using naturally occurring hydrochemical and radio-isotope tracers to delineate recharge zones and estimate recharge volumes, plateau aquifer system, Texas

  Texas Water Development Board, Austin, Texas, January 31, 2008.
S. Tinker Energy Myths and Realities ppt1 SIPES Board Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX, January 29, 2008
W.Ambrose Controls on crater degradation on the moon   The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geological Sciences Soft-Rock Seminar, Austin, Texas, January 28, 2008
S. Tinker Carbon Sequestration in a Global Energy Context
pdf National Academies Workshop, Washington, DC, January 28, 2008
S. Nance

Using naturally occurring hydrochemical and radio-isotope tracers to delineate recharge zones and estimate recharge volumes, plateau aquifer system, Texas

  Hydro Brown Bag, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, January 25, 2008.
T. Meckel Subsidence rates from fluid withdrawal and potential impact in southern Louisiana   Louisiana Geological Survey Subsidence Symposium, Austin, Texas, January 24, 2008
T. Meckel Sediment compaction rates and subsidence in deltaic plains—numerical constraints and stratigraphic influences   Louisiana Geological Survey Subsidence Symposium, Austin, Texas, January 24, 2008
S. Nance

Using basic hydrochemical and radio-isotope data to delineate preferential recharge areas and estimate recharge volumes, Edwards aquifer, West Texas

  Bureau of Economic Geology Colloquium, Austin, Texas, January 18, 2008.
T. Meckel Role of geochemical monitoring in geologic sequestration  

Joint Ground Water Protection Council/U.S. EPA CO2 MMV Meeting, 2008 Ground Water Protection Council UIC Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 16, 2008.

J.P. Nicot

Role of geochemical monitoring in geologic sequestration

  Joint Ground Water Protection Council/U.S. EPA CO2 MMV Meeting, 2008 Ground Water Protection Council UIC Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 16, 2008.
S. Tinker Energy Myths and Realities ppt USGS Western Region Colloquium, Menlo Park, CA, January 14, 2008
M. Foss Strategic priorities for energy infrastructure security   ANHAM Energy Infrastructure Security Seminar and Executive Briefings with The Cohen Group, Algiers, Algeria, January 13–15, 2008
T. Meckel Pressure as a limiting factor influencing long-term sequestration capacity   Gulf Coast Carbon Center Annual Sponsor Meeting, Austin, Texas, January 9, 2008
T. Meckel Risk and liability of carbon storage and assessment of the risks of carbon storage to fresh water   Gulf Coast Carbon Center Annual Sponsor Meeting, Austin, Texas, January 9, 2008
J.P. Nicot

Risk and liability of carbon storage and assessment of the risks of carbon storage to fresh water

  Gulf Coast Carbon Center Annual Sponsor Meeting, Austin, Texas, January 9, 2008.
C. Yang

Risk and liability of carbon storage and assessment of the risks of carbon storage to fresh water

 

Desert Research Institution, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 3, 2008.

 

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