The Regional Deep Imaging Project (RDI) by MCG and Geoex is a 2D seismic multi-client project that aims to improve imaging of large-scale, deep-seated crustal structures in the Norwegian Barents Sea, the Norwegian Sea, and the North Sea.
Mike Powney, Geoex Ltd; Richard Bray and Steve Lawrence, Subsurface Resource Consulting (SRC)
Three new play types based on a deep-basin Jurassic petroleum system offshore Atlantic Morocco have been identified, based on interpretation of new deepwater seismic data and information from DSDP boreholes.
Is it time for the world’s most influential oil players – OPEC, North America and Russia – to engage and take collective leadership and responsibility? 2020 has already demonstrated that stabilizing oil markets has passed the politics of finger pointing and blaming each other.
Røros, a small, charming town on the mountain plain in central Norway, is best known for its mining history, picturesque old wooden buildings and its place on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. But it is the atmosphere that make Røros a cultural gem.
Ministry of Energy and Mines, Dominican Republic with support of Wood Mackenzie
The Dominican Republic has just announced its first licensing round, which concludes in December 2019. With fourteen blocks available on and offshore, a flexible contract and an attractive investment environment, the nation is set to open up the Caribbean to new oil and gas exploration opportunities.
Following on from their very successful and exciting first forum on the energy transition in September 2018 (A New Era in Geoscience), the AAPG are holding a follow-on meeting in Edinburgh, 15-16 October, to look in more detail at exactly what this will mean for the professional geoscientist.
It’s not just conjugate margins that can provide viable analogues. A comparison of the known hydrocarbon systems in the Perth Basin of Australia and the Morondava Basin of Madagascar provides a good example of the potential value of parallel margins as analogues.