At Recent Discoveries 2016, discoveries from frontier and mature areas are presented, but we will also take a deep dive into other geological subjects
Geopublishing and the Norwegian Geological Society is proud to invite you to the second edition of the conference «NCS Exploration – Recent Discoveries«, which is coming up on May 11-12 at Scandic Fornebu outside Oslo.
In addition to several exciting recent discoveries from the frontier to more mature areas being featured, the program committee is proud to present a program containing a deeper dive into more specific, geological subjects.
Among the featured subjects are:
- The NCS as a petroleum province the next 50 years
- Charge – A primary prerequisite to make a discovery
- Core viewing
- The Gullkronen lectures
- Near-field exploration and
- Assessing the exploration toolbox
North Sea 35/9-6 & 35/9-12: Ryggsteinsryggen Atlas & Titan – Stephan Rauer – DEA
North Sea 2/9-5S: Mandalshøyden Heimdalshø – Lena Øvrebø – Det norske
Norskehavet/Frøya-høyden: Hagar 6306/5-2 – Erik Syrdalen – Repsol
The North Sea: 16/1-25S Rolvsnes: «A successful geophysical prediction of fractured porous basement reservoir – Rolvsnes oil discovery 2015, Utsira High» – Jan Erik Lie – Lundin
The North Sea: 33/2-2 Morkel «A Triassic oil discovery on the Makrell Ridge» – Steve Thomas – Lundin
North Sea: 35/11-18 Syrah «Marginal discovery in Jurassic sandstone» – TBD – Origo