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Published Technical Papers & Talks
Periodic Calibration: Porosity & permeability from cuttings.
Periodic Calibration: Cementation Exponent, Archie “m”.
Includes summary table, interpretations, SEM and optical photomicrographs, macro core photos, visual analysis log and spreadsheet, explanations of Stolper gas shows, Sneider and Archie rock typing systems, and more.
Evidence and Causes of Super-Lithostatic Fracturing.
University of North Dakota, Energy & Environmental Research Center (1999/2000)
C. Price and Kathy Stolper
of Petroleum Technology Guidebook – 1997
Invited guest speaker at an RMAG symposium to share her experience
in successfully applying detailed visual rock analysis in exploration and exploitation projects.
guest speaker at the CSPG-SEPM meeting in Calgary to share her experience in visually estimating Archie “m”.
Hydrocarbon Production From Low Contrast, Low Resistivity Reservoirs
Rocky Mountain and Mid-Continent Regions Log Examples of Subtle Pays.
Impact of Archie “m” on Evaluating
Conventional and Low Resistivity Pay.
R. M. Sneider, H. R. King, K. K. Stolper, J. T. Kulha
Houston Geological Society Bulletin (December 1994)Stolper, Kathy
Houston Geological Society Bulletin (September 1994)Stolper, Kathy
Your Spreadsheet as a Tool for Exploration.
Stolper, Kathy and Stolper, Bob
Petrophysical Properties of Seals.
Sneider, Robert M., Kathy Stolper, and John Sneider
Archie’s Cementation Exponent “m” (Order Vs Disorder). Also see published papers below.
Stolper Geologic, Inc
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Reservoir Rock Analysis
Optical & Scanning Electron Microscopy
NOTE: Your report will include only what you need and want.
Success Example: Oil Producing Low-resistivity zone; incorrectly believed to be water-wet.
How common minerals can misleadingly influence log responses.
Also see published papers below.
How common rock attributes effect Archie’s cementation exponent “m”. Also see published papers below.
Typically how we document photomicrographs with interpretive annotations from our SEM analyses.
Typically how we document rock properties derived from our optical microscopy.
Visual Rock Analysis
Spreadsheet and Log
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Scanning Electron Microscopy Report