May was a big month for presentations that promoted the NuTech product. FIV (Fracture Intensity Vision) was the topic of a talk given at the Mississippian Carbonate Conference in Norman, Oklahoma in mid-May. This conference, which was attended by over 200 individuals, focused on one of the hottest horizontal plays in the Mid Continent. That same week, a presentation was given at the Oil Shales Forum in Dallas dealing with the petrophysical variability of the Eagle Ford formation across the trend. This topic specific forum was attended by many of the active unconventional oil players in the Eagle Ford, Barnett and Bakken plays. The final presentation for the month was given at the West Texas Geological Society luncheon in Midland for an audience of over 70 geologists from the Permian Basin area. This talk dealt with the evaluation of unconventional reservoirs spanning from West Texas to the Fort Worth Basin to the South Texas area.
In all these presentations, the focus of the talk was the evaluation and analysis of various formations using various NuTech technologies. Feedback from attendees has indicated that this approach is an excellent way of demonstrating how the NuTech tool box can be used to evaluate various formations and plays. This practical approach appears to be “hitting home” in a successful manner based on the increased interest in NuTech applications that appears to be directly related to these presentations as experienced by the NuTech marketing group.
The presentation schedule for the rest of the year includes a series of talks and posters sessions that have been accepted for the Mid Continent AAPG Convention in Oklahoma City and the GCAGS Conference in Vera Cruz (Mexico). Plans are to continue giving application based presentations at select conferences in the coming months and into 2012 in an effort to continue exposing oil and gas professionals to the wide array of NuTech tools and applications.