Application of Analytical Techniques to Petroleum System Problems (description)

"Application of Analytical Techniques to Petroleum System Problems"

Category:Environmental Concerns/Awareness
Address:Burlington House, Piccadilly London, , United Kingdom W1J 0BG
Phone:+44 (0)207 434 9944
Event dates:2/28/2017 - 3/1/2017 (This event has already taken place)
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Topics to be Covered:

  • Geology
Organizer phone:+44 (0)207 434 9944
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Host Sponsor:The Petroleum Group
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Currency:British Pounds
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Petroleum systems cover a broad range of topics from source, reservoir and seal development through to the generation, migration and accumulation of hydrocarbons. Continually improving analytical techniques are increasing the understanding of these complex multiphase geochemical systems and how they develop through time. Current industry application demonstrates how analytical techniques can affect business decisions.
Accurate and precise geochemical measurements using XAS and clumped isotopes are revolutionising our understanding of mineral and fluid interactions. High resolution imaging and petrophysical analysis utilising SAXS, SANS, X-ray CT, FIB-SEM and QEMSCAN facilitate the quantification of fine-grained and complex geological systems on a scale which could not be imagined a decade ago.
Real-time geochemical analysis of fluids can enable detailed analysis of fluid compositions, the detection of reactive fluids such as CO2 and H2S, the geosteering of wells to potential sweet spots and identify reservoir compartmentalisation.
This conference seeks to align both academia and industry in demonstrating the current application of geochemical and imaging techniques and to highlight the potential of emerging techniques including:
Imaging – SEM, TEM, QEMSCAN, CL, FIB-SEM and neutron scattering
Isotopes – radiogenic isotopes, stable isotopes, clumped isotopes, non-traditional isotopes and noble gases
Geochemistry at varying scales – FTIR, Raman spectroscopy, organic analysis, synchrotron spectroscopy and fluid inclusions
Applications/Case Studies - chemostratigraphy, on-site real-time fluid geochemistry


9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Registration Fee Details:

Fellow: GBP 200.00, Non-Fellow: GBP 300.00, Corporate Affiliate: GBP 200.00, Associated Society Member: GBP 200.00, Student: GBP 200.00, Speaker: GBP 200.00

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Contact Person:Sarah Woodcock
Organizer Address 1Burlington House, Piccadilly
Organizer CityLondon
Organizer State/Province: (Outside US)
Organizer Zip or Postal CodeW1J 0BG
Organizer CountryUnited Kingdom
Organizer Phone+44 (0)207 434 9944
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Host Sponsor; Other SponsorsThe Petroleum Group
Event Site/VenueThe Geological Society
Event sold out?No
Multiple locations or dates?No
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Is Registration contact information the same as Organizer Contact above?Yes
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Is full tuition necessary to ensure registration?No
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