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Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium

Queens Building.

Thursday 5th September 2013

If you would like to attend, please contact Julie Brown. J.Brown@es.rhul.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)1784 443582

8.30 Coffee & tea
9.05 Introduction and Welcome
  Southern Atlantic Basins  
9.15 Anna Marszalek Structural control on facies distribution in Late Cretaceous submarine fans, Côte d'Ivoire, West Africa    
9.30 Yewande Ajayi Evolution of extensional fault systems, Niger Delta    
9.45 Lucilla Morales Interplay between diapir growth and reservoir deposition, offshore North Gabon    
10.00 Richard Webb Unconventional petroleum systems of West African syn-rift basins    
10.15 James Clarke Structural and stratigraphic evolution of the Gamtoos Basin, offshore South Africa    
10.30 Tom Kenison Lower Cretaceous sedimentary infill of the North Falkland Basin    
10.45 Coffee & tea

Northern North Sea & N Atlantic margins South America
11.15 Fauzan Arif Structural evolution and prospectivity of the Donna Terrace, Mid Norway James Wiltshire
Structural evolution of the Cordillera Oriental foothills, Colombia
11.30 Lewis Percy Structural and stratigraphic evolution of the Brendan's Dome structure, UK Atlantic margin Nelly Piragauta Controls on hydrocarbon prospectivity, Llanos foreland basin, Colombia
11.45 Floris Doorenbos Stratigraphy and depositional environments of Brent Group sediments, Viking Graben, Norway Diana Caceres Structural and stratigraphic evolution of the northern Putumayo Basin, Colombia
12.00 Harry Dye Seismic characterisation of Paleocene turbidite reservoirs    
12.15 Elham Jonade Cretaceous to Neogene prospectivity of the southern Tail End Graben

12.30 Lunch

Mediterranean & Africa Southern North Sea & UK onshore
13.30 Daniel Skomorowski Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Valencia Trough, western Mediterranean Thiago Falcao Fracture network analysis in limestone-shale sequences, South Wales
13.45 Reem Abou Shoug Tectono-stratigraphy of Cretaceous-Paleogene carbonate sequences, offshore Sirte basin, Libya Johnson Bolaji Fracture patterns and permeability estimations in Carboniferous tight sands and shales, South Wales
14.00 Sameer Jessel Lower Paleozoic reservoir potential, Murzuq Basin, Libya Alex Hicks Seismic attribute mapping of Carboniferous turbidite and fractured Permian carbonate reservoirs, Vale of Pickering, UK
14.15 Nicolas Foote Reservoir potential of Middle East/North Africa fluvial sandstones Peter Chown Structural and tectonic evolution of the northern Dowsing Fault, southern North Sea
14.30 Antony Chatu Seismic modelling of Neoproterozoic microbial carbonate systems, Namibia Thad Cooper Structural and tectonic evolution of the Outer Silverpit Fault zone, southern North Sea
14.45 Rowan Edwards Scaled analogue modelling of rift systems    
15.00 Coffee & tea

SE Asia & Australasia  
15.30 Afif Saputra Tectonic evolution of section of the Sorong fault zone north of Misool, Indonesia    
15.45 Felipe Vargas Structural evolution and fault relationships in the Exmouth Plateau, NW Shelf, Australia    
16.00 Monica Jimenez Structural and Stratigraphic evolution of the Northern Exmouth Plateau-NW Australia    
16.15 Lingfend Sun Post rift carbonate platform growth in the Browse Basin, NW Shelf Australia    
16.30 Kathryn Egben Subsurface correlation of fluvial sequences in a Coal Bed Methane field, Queensland, Australia    
16.45 Mulky Winata Hydrocarbon potential of the western flank of the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand    
17.00 William Plampton Prospectivity of inversion structures and turbidite plays, Great South Basin, New Zealand.    
17.15 Reception

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If you would like to attend, please contact Julie Brown. J.Brown@es.rhul.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)1784 443582


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