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GEO Science Explained Worldwide

The Wilson Cycle and Petroleum Plays

The Wilson Cycle describes the opening and closing of oceanic basins as a result of plate movements. It provides a scientific framework to follow the creation, development and destruction of sedimentary basins and how these processes impact on petroleum plays.

Q&A Africa

Could LNG Prove Transformational for Mozambique?

The LNG project in Mozambique started with the discovery of huge reserves of natural gas off the northern coast in 2010, will provide a range of social and economic benefits to Mozambique. Following his recent panel appearance at Africa Oil Week Virtual, we talk to Omar Mithá, special advisor to President Nyusi of Mozambique, about the importance of this project to the future prosperity of this emergent regional gas producer.

Seismic Foldouts Europe

The North Sea Super Basin Story Continues

New high-quality 3D broadband seismic data re-ignites oil and gas exploration in the mature Northern Viking Graben basin of the Northern North Sea.

GEO Media Europe

Geopoetry 2020: A Celebration

Rocks have long inspired poets, so this event brought together poets and geoscientists to discuss how, in an era of climate change, their disciplines can influence each other and to further encourage the rocks to speak.

Editorials Worldwide

IEA 2020 World Energy Outlook

The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently released its annual World Energy Outlook, which provides a comprehensive view of how the global energy system could develop in the coming decades.

GEO Education Worldwide

A Simple Guide to Seismic Horizon Interpretation

2D and 3D seismic data are major sources of information in the oil and gas industry, as well as for geothermal energy activities, carbon sequestration in geological reservoirs and offshore wind energy. In this short article we will cover the basics of seismic horizon interpretation and how this is used to obtain stratigraphic information.