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PDF is based in South Oxfordshire, UK and is organised as a full spectrum exploration department, assisting its clients with their exploration / operatorship / new ventures / portfolio management and corporate development needs. PDF has a twin-track approach, operating as the Outsourced Exploration Department® (OExD®) under strategic partnership agreements for particular companies and also working on specific specialist projects for clients in a more traditional consultancy role - especially in areas of its particular specialisations: regional assessments, play fairway analysis, fold-thrust belt exploration / interpretation of tectonically complex areas & difficult data sets, sequence stratigraphy & sedimentology, thermal maturity & charge modelling and assessment of continuous resource plays.

http://www.pdf.ltd.uk/

Mark Enfield - Managing Director
Mark is Managing Director of P.D.F. Limited, a successful exploration consultancy with a >20 year track record in helping E&P companies succeed in exploration, operations, new ventures and corporate development. PDF are currently highly active in Africa and Central/Eastern Europe.

Mark is an experienced explorationist and has a PhD in structural geology from Imperial College, London, UK.
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