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Tuesday, June 25, 2019
London
The Geological Society




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The Middle East is where the oil is, but is not necessarily where the business opportunities are, and the business opportunities may only be for the largest companies. So conventional wisdom goes. We’ll look at how this might be wrong – looking particularly around the Zagros, Lebanon and Egypt.




Read the report from our May 2018 Middle East event.

You can also view the agenda, delegates list, and report of our Middle East event in May 2017.

Agenda

 
9:30 Neil Hodgson -
TGS

Chairman's introduction


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TGS is the world's largest geoscience data company, known for its asset-light, multi-client business
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9:40 Neil Hodgson -
TGS

Lebanon 2nd Offshore Round -Access to Eastern Mediterranean Oil Province


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TGS is the world's largest geoscience data company, known for its asset-light, multi-client business
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10:15 Andrew Freeman - analyst
Control Risks Group

Political stability and opportunity in Egypt, Israel and Lebanon


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10:50 Coffee & Tea; Exhibits
11:15 Jo Garland - director
Cambridge Carbonates

Underexplored opportunities in the Arabian Plate: application of palaeogeographic mapping and global analogues


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Jo is a director and carbonate specialist at Cambridge Carbonates Ltd.

Following her PhD research in carbonates at Durham University, Jo’s industry career started in 1998 at Enterprise Oil where for 5 years she worked in exploration, production and operations. Her career then took her to Norway, where she was activity leader in Statoil’s carbonate exploration research programme.

Jo joined Cambridge Carbonates Ltd in 2004, and became a director of the company a year later. She works as a consultant carbonate geologist, with recent focus on the Middle East, SE Asia, Barents Sea, the Adriatic, fractured carbonate reservoirs and hydrothermal dolomites. She has a breadth of experience ranging from new ventures and exploration work, reservoir characterisation projects, seismic expression of carbonates, fieldwork, and analysing large datasets for global trends.

Cambridge Carbonates
Cambridge Carbonates Ltd. is a geological consultancy that provides expertise in carbonate and evapo
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11:50 Alex Gow - Manager – Sales Engineering
Maxar

Benefits of subsidence modelling in field development in the Middle East


As a global leader of advanced space technology solutions, Maxar is at the nexus of the new space ec
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12:25 Mike King - Oil & Gas Manager
CGG NPA Satellite Mapping

Remote Sensing for Exploration in the Middle East


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Talk Description
The onshore and offshore environments in the Middle East provide an ideal stage for satellite remote sensing for oil exploration. This presentation will explore some of the techniques which can be employed in the region for accurate geological mapping and hydrocarbon seepage detention with examples from the Zagros, Red Sea, Eastern Mediterranean and the Arabian Gulf
Michael joined NPA Satellite Mapping as a Remote Sensing Geologist in 2004, before previously working briefly in the gold exploration business. He has a degree in Geology and a masters in Remote sensing and has been in the role as Oil and Gas manager at NPA since 2016.

CGG NPA Satellite Mapping
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13:00 Close: Lunch & Exhibits

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