Peter has joined the organising committee for the EAGE workshop on Evaluation and drilling of carbonate reservoirs to be held 27-29th November 2016.
Thanks to everyone; staff, clients, sub-contractors and students who have worked with us. Happy Birthday
On April 11-13, the AAPG are hosted a workshop on Exploring Mature Basins in Bahrain. Jo presented a paper (on behalf of Andy) on “Underexplored opportunities in the Arabian Plate: application of global analogues”.
Pete presented as course on Advanced Carbonate Geology: application to SE Asia carbonate reservoirs. In Kuala Lumpur in April attended by delegates from Petronas and Talisman Vietnam. Thanks to Opus Kinetic who promoted and managed the course.
The “Exploring and Exploiting Carbonate Reservoirs” AAPG conference is being held in Bari, Italy on 26-27 April. Jo will be presenting a paper on “Review and Insights into the Carbonate Reservoirs of the circum-Adriatic” on behalf of several CC authors. Exploring and Exploiting Carbonate Reservoirs
We’d like to welcome our new member of staff Simon Higgins who recently joined us. We hope he settles in after living abroad for a while! Simon will be working full time on one of the main projects.
Andy recently attended the AAPG conference in Cancun, Mexico, where he was also presenting.
Further details to follow….
Further information about the conference can be found here:
Pete and Julie attended the 2016 Dolomieu Conference which was held in the beautiful village of Selva di Val Gardena, Italy. They would like to thank the organisers Judith McKenzie and Maria Mutti for the excellent conference.
Pete and Julie joined a field trip to the Secada lead by Peter Brack. Peter Brack (ETH Zurich) explained the geological evolution of the dolomites and took the whole group to nice outcrops to observe the Pemian - Triassic sedimentary succession. The entire succession from synrift volcanics, red beds and lagoonal carbonates with gypsum intercalations at the foot of the mountains to the Latemar platform slope forming the peaks of the Secada is very well exposed.
The conference was held at NPD, and it was especially targeted at challenging established truths and also reflect on some of the non-technical aspects of why an oil company is successful or not, such as risking processes and company strategies.
Pete gave a talk at the seminar in Stavanger on the Diagenetic systems and reservoir quality in the late Palaeozoic carbonates and spiculites from the Barents Shelf.
For more information go to: http://www.force.org/en/Seminars/Archive/2016/Underexplored-Plays---Part-II/
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December 2016 24th - 31st
January 2017 1st - 2nd