European Regional Conference Set for January

The AAPG European Regional Conference, “Hydrocarbons in the Mediterranean: revisiting mature plays and understanding new and emerging ideas,” will be held Jan. 18-19 in Larnaca, Cyprus.

The event will bring together a variety of players in the area to share their experiences and ideas about the exploration potential of sedimentary basins and petroleum systems of the region.

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The AAPG European Regional Conference, “Hydrocarbons in the Mediterranean: revisiting mature plays and understanding new and emerging ideas,” will be held Jan. 18-19 in Larnaca, Cyprus.

The event will bring together a variety of players in the area to share their experiences and ideas about the exploration potential of sedimentary basins and petroleum systems of the region.

The Mediterranean has had several very large hydrocarbon discoveries in clastic and carbonate reservoirs that vary in age from Triassic to Pleistocene. A large portion of the area is underexplored and the boost of new technology has spurred a revitalized interest from the industry.

The technology program of the conference will cover a variety of topics and themes. The themes will include tectonic evolution; stratigraphy and reservoir characterization; petroleum systems, next exploration frontiers; geophysical methods and technologies; and drilling in the deep water and deep targets.

Aimed toward upstream oil and gas professionals, academic researchers and students, the event will serve as a learning tool and as a place to network with attendees.

To learn more about the conference or to register, visit http://aapg.to/erc2017lc.

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