A novel seismic DHI technology using resonance and dispersion to indicate for liquid hydrocarbons is making inroads in the E&P industry, successfully identifying oil and predicting dry wells. Could this find the pot of black gold at the end of the rainbow?
Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 16, No. 4 is now available for download. This edition of GEO ExPro focuses on South America and Deepwater Exploration; Interpretation Software; the Energy Transition.
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.