21st March 2018
Carbonates are complex. No doubt about that. But what is too complex and unpredictable for some people is an opportunity for others. That’s clearly shown by Richmond Energy Partners review of global exploration trends for 2008-12, showing the top 2 best performing conventional oil plays were in carbonates in Brazil and Kurdistan, way ahead of any deepwater clastic play. Don’t continue to miss out on carbonates by attending the PESGB day seminar on them!
This one-day seminar is aimed at providing a framework for young professional staff as well as providing a refresher for more experienced staff. Thematic lectures in the morning will be followed by a set of case studies and exercises on North African carbonates, though the material will be relevant to workers on carbonates in all areas.
Registration fee includes lunch, refreshments and a course manual. Tickets will be issued on a first come first served basis. A limited number of discounted places are available for students and for those who have been made unemployed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
|Clastics and Carbonates – the Differences||T. Burchette, Carbonate Reservoir Geoconsulting|
|Depositional Settings and Sequence Stratigraphy||R. Davies, Davies Geoconsulting|
|Carbonate and Evaporites in Rift Settings||I. Sharp, Statoil|
|Pore Systems, Reservoir Quality Issues and Basic Modelling||T. Burchette, Carbonate Reservoir Geoconsulting|
|Bireno Carbonates Case Study (Tunisia)||I. Jarvis, Kingston University|
|Bireno Carbonates Exercise||I. Jarvis, Kingston University|
|Metlaoui Carbonates Case Study (Tunisia)||I. Jarvis, Kingston University|
|Metlaoui Carbonates Exercise||I. Jarvis, Kingston University|
|North African Chalk Reservoirs||I. Jarvis, Kingston University|
PESGB Croydon Office