A number of national and international speakers will contribute to the EABS IV program.
Watch this space for future updates and presentation details. Please see below for confirmed speakers and presentations.
DR GARY NICHOLS, ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Gary has over 25 years experience of research into clastic depositional systems in continental to shallow marine successions in rocks ranging from Devonian to Miocene and many parts of the world. Much of his research has been related to applications to the oil, gas and coal industries having worked on exploration and development projects for a number of companies. For over 20 years he has been one of the lead tutors on a very successful Masters program in Petroleum Geoscience taught at Royal Holloway, in Russia and by Distance Learning. He has also regularly led training courses for industry clients in clastic sedimentology and in recent years a field-based reservoir sedimentology course. His book, Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, is now in its second edition and he is an author of over 80 scientific papers. He currently works at Royal Holloway University of London, and has also held positions at Liverpool University, Charles University in Prague and the University Centre on Svalbard, Norway.
Proffered Paper Presentations
The following presentations will be made as part of the Symposium Program:
Unconventional hydrocarbon plays in the Permian succession, South Australia
South Australia, PEL 106A The Road to Development
Determining well-bore pathways during multilateral drilling campaigns in shale resource plays: an example using chemostratigraphy from the Horn River Formation, British Columbia, Canada
Fluid flow features and magmatism in the Capel and Faust basins, offshore eastern Australia
Geothermal Potential in the Clarence-Moreton Basin, New South Wales: A Case Study in Reducing Uncertainties in Thermal Modelling
Aeromagnetics identifies oil & gas exploration potential for the Bedout Sub-basin
Data quality control and validation methodologies for quality assurance in geological modelling
Australasian asphaltite strandings revisited: the effects of weathering and biodegradation on their biomarker profiles
Coastal Geothermal Energy Initiative: An innovative approach to assessing Queensland’s geothermal potential
EABS IV Secretariat