WORLD OIL SUPPLY IN TRANSITION
Richard S. Bishop*, Wayne L. Kelley
Houston, TX 77092
Historically, estimates of global oil supply have been based on a combination of resource volume and forecasted demand. The price was driven largely by the giant and super-giant conventional fields and reflected a rough parity of . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – December 2015
Congratulations to this year’s LAGCOE Poster winners. As always we’re grateful for all of the participants. Here are the winners:
1st Place – Scott Hamilton – An investigation of the mass balance of oil and gas produced versus estimated reserves remaining within the A.W.P. Field, McMullen County, Texas
. . . → Read More: LAGCOE Poster Winners
November 2015 Bulletin
If you want to know the news and announcements, check the website and/or come to the meeting. But for now I’m gonna soapbox it.
I continue to be amazed, no perplexed, by the general lack of understanding about how this country and our freedoms work. The way I see it, . . . → Read More: November 2015 – President’s Letter
Thanks to all of the participants and attendees to the LAGCOE student poster sessions. Here are some photos of the event: . . . → Read More: October LAGCOE Student Breakfast Gallery
UL Student Poster Presentations Poster Presentations by: Shanna Mason, Scott Hamilton, Terri Bannister, Oludamialola Adesiyun, Nicholas Loundagin, Tim Shane, Jade Bujard, Christian Monlezun, Hunter Lipman, Zachary Ghalayini, Kristen Grein, Nathan Quick, and Collin More . . . → Read More: LGS Bulletin – October 2015
The Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies66th Annual ConventionSeptember 18-20, 2016Corpus Christi, TexasCall for PapersGCAGS 2016 is accepting abstracts for papers on subjects and problems within the scope of Gulf Coast Geology. To submit an abstract, visit www.gcags2016.com . Abstracts are due January 15, 2016. Final extended abstracts and papers are due March 21, 2016.Contact . . . → Read More: Call For Papers – 66th GCAGS Convention
We’re looking forward this year’s LAGCOE Student Breakfast presentations. See below for the list of students and their abstracts.
Download the PDF file .
Where: The Petroleum Club of Lafayette
Lunch: $20.00 for members ** Be Sure to Bring Your 2015-2016 Membership Dues!**
Opening the Black Box of Anisotropic Seismic Processing
Dr. Morgan Brown
Seismic velocity anisotropy (simply “anisotropy” for short) is ubiquitous in real rocks. Finally, . . . → Read More: SWLGS Technical Meeting & Luncheon: Tuesday, October 13, 2015