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Geology Australasia

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Most Surtseyan style eruptions involve a relatively small amount of water encountering magma. But the explosion in January this year at the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai volcanic island erupted in a particularly spectacular fashion and the cause is still not yet fully understood.

Energy Transition Europe

Delivering a Geological Service for Europe

It is a misconception that abandoning fossil fuels reduces the importance of the subsurface – whilst the use of it will materially change, it continues to play a crucial role in every aspect of human life.

Geology Worldwide

Are Carbonate Reservoirs ‘Difficult’?

Up to 60% of the world’s conventional petroleum is reservoired in carbonate rocks – but they are often regarded with apprehension by the industry.

GEO Education Worldwide

Geological Basin Classification

Basin classification based on tectonic settings provides a framework not only for understanding the genesis and evolution of petroleum basins and their sedimentary fill but also process-based analogs for the exploration of frontier basins.

Geology Worldwide

An Introduction to Geomechanics

Geomechanics is the study of how subsurface rocks deform or fail in response to changes of stress, pressure and temperature and it is becoming increasingly important in oil and gas exploration.