North Sea Petroleum Geology Course
May 9 — May 11
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The North Sea Course is a well-established training opportunity for members of the Oil and Gas Industry interested in gaining a comprehensive insight into the controls on petroleum prospectivity in the North Sea Basin. The PESGB are pleased to announce that the next offering of the 3-day course will take place in May at the PESGB Training Centre, Croydon.
The course will again be led by Professor John Underhill, who is supported by a group of leading experts from industry and academia who contribute their experience and knowledge of finding, developing and producing oil and gas from all of the prospective basins present in the North Sea.
The course reviews the structural, stratigraphic and sedimentological components of the North Sea petroleum system and provides an overview of their respective role in hydrocarbon generation, migration and trapping in the various sub-basins. It also focuses on reservoir geology, development history and exploitation of the remaining reserves.
Whilst the course covers all the elements of the petroleum system in the mature basin, its content is foundered on the basin’s structural and stratigraphic history and takes delegates on a journey from Late Palaeozoic reservoirs in the Southern North Sea and through to the youngest Tertiary plays of the Central and Northern North Sea.
The course is continually updated from previous ones and the presentations will provide delegates with the latest insights on petroleum exploration and development success in the basin are included.
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