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Upcoming Talks


2-5 April 2017 - Conventional and Unconventional Petroleum Systems of the Delaware Basin              @ AAPG ACE 2017 in Houston, Texas

Daniel M. Jarvie, David A. Prose, Brian M. Jarvie, Richard Drozd, and Albert Maende


28-30 April 2017 - Unconventional Shale Resource Play Attributes @ Hedberg Research

Conference on Shale Resource Plays in Beijing, China

Dan Jarvie


Recently Published New Papers

Components and processes affecting producibility and commerciality of shale resource systems, Daniel M. Jarvie, TCU Energy Institute and Worldwide Geochemistry, Geologica Acta, vol. 12, no. 4, ALAGO Special Publication, December 2014, pp. 307-326. 

Forthcoming Papers
Chapter 4: Geochemical Assessment of Unconventional Shale Gas Resource Systems, Daniel M. Jarvie, Energy Institute at TCU / Worldwide Geochemistry, in Fundamentals of Gas Shale Reservoirs, Reza Rezaee, ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, in press.

Future Papers

  • Mississippian Madison Group Source Rocks, Williston Basin, USA: Quantification, correlations, and interpretive insights, Daniel M. Jarvie1,2 and Julie Lefever3, 1Energy Institute at TCU / 2Worldwide Geochemistry, 3North Dakota Geological Survey, in progress.
  • Permian Basin Petroleum Systems, Daniel M. Jarvie, Energy Institute at TCU / Worldwide Geochemistry, BEG publication, in progress.
  • Generation potential and Geochemical Characteristics, Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Source Rocks, 2016.

Research in progress

1.      Characterization of Mobile vs Immobile Oil in Unconventional Resource Systems

2.      Prediction of API gravity and GOR from Reservoir Rocks

3.      Well Site Oil Characterization from Cuttings

4.      Improved Targeting based on Geochemistry

5.      Assessment of Staging Distances based on Mobile Oil Saturation 




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