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Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium

Queens Building.

Wednesday 5th September 2012

If you would like to attend, please contact Kathryn Hardy. Kathryn.Hardy@rhul.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)1784 443581

8.30 Coffee & tea
9.05 Introduction and Welcome
  Africa Basins  
9.15 George Omeni Mega slump complexes on the African continental margin    
9.30 Oyintombra Oti Distribution of the Cenomanian Tchala Formation, offshore Congo Brazzaville    
9.45 Nick Waters The evolutuon of the Kaiso-Tonga relay ramp, Albertine Graben, Uganda    
10.00 Vivienne Sempala Petroleum System modelling of the Neogene sediments of the northern Albertine Graben, Uganda    
10.15 David Hall Controls on reservoir quality of pre-glacial Cambro-Ordovician deposits in the Illizi Basin, Algeria    
10.30 Osama Gabril An integrated 2D seismic and sedimentological study of Palaeogene carbonates, Sirte Basin, Libya    
10.45 Coffee & tea

Central & South America; Australasia Reservoir scale models & predicition
11.15 Oladipupo Babarinde Reservoir potential of deep water turbidites, offshore Barbados Lucía Pérez Díaz
Kinematics and strain history of extensional detachment faults
11.30 Ulises Rodríguez Structural modelling of salt structures in the Bolol Area, southern Gulf of Mexico Gregory Costello Fracture systems at Nash Point, South Wales: implications for permeability development & borehole stability in carbonate reservoirs
11.45 James Buckley Rift structure and distribution of non-marine carbonates in the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil Ehinomeh Idiahi Fracture patterns and permeability in carbonate rocks: a case study from St Donats, South Wales
12.00 Daniel Torres Structural evolution of the Camisea gas-condensate field, SE Peru Elisha Aboh Multi-flow modelling of submarine channel formation and sand body connectivity
12.15 Shaun Jones Tectonostratigraphic evolution of the offshore North Perth Basin

12.30 Rupert Davies A sequence stratigraphic comparison of Cenozoic carbonate platforms in Central Luconia and NW Palawan    
12.45 Lunch

Northern North Sea & Atlantic margin Mediterranean, Middle East & Central Asia
13.45 Brian O'Sullivan Structural evolution of fault systems between the Ling Graben and Utsira High, Norwegian North Sea Jack Kenning A geological evaluation of the Ulcinj Block, offshore Montenegro
14.00 Adam Cheng Salt tectonics in the Ling Depression, northern North Sea: implications for seal integrity Aliya Yebrasheva Permo-Triassic tectonic evolution of Kazakh Gulf in Central Caspian area
14.15 Myles Taylor Geometry & depositional environments of Cretaceous reservoirs in the Foula sub-basin, West of Shetlands Zainab Ismail Structural development of the Shaikan area of the Zagros Mountains, Kurdistan
14.30 Luis Gómez-Martínez Accommodation zones and inversion structures in the Faeroe Shetland Basin Evan Jabar Structural evolution of reservoirs of the Ain Sifni area, Zagros Mountains, Kurdistan
14.45 Neil Ridley Prospectivity of the Lower Cretaceous Captain Play, greater Golden Eagle area Moray Firth, UKCS    
15.00 Shalaan Almotairi Sequence stratigraphy and depositional processes in the Chalk Group, southern North Sea    
15.15 Coffee & tea

SE Asia  
15.45 Watcharaporn Phootong Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the South Makassar Basin, Indonesia    
16.00 David Camplin Structural and stratigraphic evolution of the Bone Gulf, Sulawesi, Indonesia    
16.15 Ivan Gomez Ramos Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the SW Waigeo Basin, Sorong Fault Zone, Indonesia    
16.30 William Wibowo Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Biak Basin, Indonesia    
16.45 Yasinto Priastomo Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Cenderawasih Bay Basin, eastern Indonesia    
17.00 Nurul Rosli Heterolithic clastic sediments of shallow marine depositional environments in Brunei    
17.15 Reception

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If you would like to attend, please contact Kathryn Hardy. Kathryn.Hardy@rhul.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)1784 443581


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