Analysis for the Petroleum Prospectivity of the Marcellus Formation of Western Pennsylvania, USA, using Pyrolysis and SEM XRF Measurements together with GR, ChemoGR, Porosity and PHIE LoggingRead Abstract
Assessment of Oil Mobility, Evaluation of Evaporative Loss and Correlation of Reservoir Compartments using HAWK Petroleum Assessment Method (HAWK-PAM)
Dan Jarvie, TCU Energy Institute Thermal maturity is an essential ingredient in assessing petroleum systems and the likely charge. This is especially true in unconventional resource systems where maturity and product are directly related. Various techniques may yield different interpretive results.
Wildcat's compositional analysis of Conventional and Unconventional.
An explanation of sample weights used for pyrolysis analysis
Step by Step for OBM procedure
Several uses beyond petroleum including carbonate mineral identification, carbonate percentage, coal deposits, concrete manufacturing, and soil pollution.
Details about the kinetic standard - Green River Shale - detailing recommended weights
Analysis for the Petroleum Prospectivity of the Marcellus Formation of Western Pennsylvania, USA, using Pyrolysis and SEM XRF Measurements together with GR, ChemoGR, Porosity and PHIE LoggingView Abstract
Past Shows / Talks:
AAPG ICE 2019 - Booth# 405Buenos Aires, Argentina
U-Pitch - Shale Petroleum Prospectivity ToolDownload Presentation
Investigation of Clay Content as Being a Cause for Suppression of Pyrolysis Tmax Maturity Data in the Wolfcamp BDownload Presentation
Characteristics of the "Big Three" Best Productive Tight Oil Plays in the USA: Bakken, Eagle Ford, and WolfcampDownload Presentation
AAPG ACE 2018 - Booth # 751San Antonio, TX
Pyrolysis-based Model Prediction of API Gravity in the Producible Fluid Saturations of Organic-Rich Unconventional ReservoirsView Abstract
IMOG 2017 - Booth # 9Florence, Italy
Cretaceous and Jurassic Source Rocks: East Texas Salt Basin, Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, Onshore MexicoDownload Presentation
AAPG ACE 2017 - Booth# 2339Houston, TX
Advanced Pyrolysis Data and Interpretation Methods to Identify Unconventional Sweet Spots in Fluid Phase Saturation and Fluid Properties (API Gravity) from Drill Cuttings and CoresDownload Presentation
Also modified and available from Search & Discovery - View Presentation
Pyrolysis and TOC Identification of Tight Oil Sweet SpotsDownload Presentation
AAPG ACE 2015Denver, CO
Comparison of Source/Reservoir Rock Petroleum to Produced Petroleum CompositionDownload Presentation
AAPG ACE 2015Denver, CO
Using XRF, SEM and Pyrolysis for an Economic Appraisal of the Marcellus Formation of Western Pennsylvania for Fracking PurposesDownload Presentation
Components and Processes Impacting Production Success from Unconventional Shale Resource SystemsDownload Presentation
Emerging North American Shale Gas PlaysDenver, CO
Bakken Shale PresentationDownload Presentation
Papers & Presentations
Daniel Jarvie - Geoconvention 2019
TCU Energy Institute, Daniel Jarvie from HGS Luncheon - January 24, 2018
EGI - University of Utah, Matthew Greb, Milind Deo, W. Lansing Taylor from Applied Geoscience Conference 2016
ALS Empirica, Ryan King from URTeC 2015
EAPCE '13, February 6-8, 2013, Arusha, Tanzania
Mudrock Systems Research Laboratory Sponsors Meeting, March 5-6, 2013, Austin, TX. Albert Maende and David Weldon.
GEO2012, Bahrain, March 4-7, 2012. Authors: Dan Jarvie (Energy Institute at TCU), Brian Jarvie (GeoMark Research), David Weldon (Wildcat Technologies) and Albert Maende (Wildcat Technologies)
Emerging North American Shale Gas Plays, Denver, CO, January 11-13, 2012, Albert Maende.
AAPG Memoir 97, Shale Reservoirs - Giant resources for the 21st century, J. Breyer, ed., in press, Jarvie, Daniel M., 2011, Shale resource systems for oil and gas: Part 1
AAPG Memoir 97, Shale Reservoirs - Giant resources for the 21st century, J. Breyer, ed., in press, Jarvie, Daniel M., 2011, Shale resource systems for oil and gas: Part 2
21st International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, Krakow, Poland, 8-12 September, 2003. Hill, R.J., D.M. Jarvie, B.L. Claxton, J.D. Burgess, and J.A. Williams