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Petroleum Geology of Indochina - CANCELLED


One day training course
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conducted by Kerri Wilson
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
London
The Geological Society

This course reviews the key regional controls on petroleum systems and prospectivity across Indochina. The emphasis will be on establishing the geodynamic frame work of the region by investigating the tectonics, landscape dynamics and the evolution of sediment source to sink relationships. Discussions will be centred on how this provides us with a better understanding of the distribution and potential absence of components of the petroleum system, reinforcing this learning with short exercises.

This training event will be hosted by;

  • Kerri Wilson
  • Stanislaw Mazur
  • Jim Armstrong

 

Agenda

9:00 Arrivals and Registration - tea/coffee
9:30 Introduction

  • Exploration history
  • Hot areas
  • Key questions

Trainer - Kerri Wilson


10:00 Tectonic history of Southeast Asia
Trainer - Stanislaw Mazur
10:30 Excercise
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Palaeogeographic and Palaeoclimate evolution of Indochina
Trainer - Kerri Wilson
11:45 Drainage and Palaeodrainage and landscape dynamics of Indochina
Trainer - Kerri Wilson
12:15 Lunch
13:15 Source rocks of Indochina
Trainer - Jim Armstrong
14:00 Excercise
14:30 Coffee break
14:45 Early Cenozoic rift petroleum systems
Trainer - Kerri Wilson
15:30 Post-rift petroleum systems
Trainer - Kerri Wilson
16:15 Excercise
16:45 Wrap-up
10:15 TBC

COURSE COMPLETE


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