While wandering 240 km across California from Bakersfield to Death Valley, the geotourist can marvel at a range of superlative wonders, from the densest developed oil field to the deepest canyon and the lowest point in the United States.
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.
URTeC 2019 brought together thousands of industry professionals to discuss and showcase technologies for improving the state of play in unconventional reservoirs and the quest for value in unconventional resource production. This conference round-up is brought to you in association with Indalo International Ltd.
Ian Davison, Earthmoves Ltd, UK and Pedro Barreto, Partex Oil and Gas, Portugal
The discovery of an exhumed oil field in the central Lusitanian Basin in Portugal has significantly enhanced the hydrocarbon potential of Lusitanian and Peniche Basins and the conjugate Carson-Bonnition Basin in Newfoundland.
The AAPG ACE 2019 in San Antonio focused on sustainable petroleum development and the need to maximise recovery while minimising our carbon footprint on present and future generations. This conference round-up is brought to you in association with Indalo International Ltd.
Modern broadband imaging technology has rejuvenated legacy data in the Gulf of Mexico to delineate plays above and below the salt and improve imaging of known subsalt fields, enabling exploration for new nearfield discoveries.