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Tectonic Evolution and Sedimentation of South China Sea Region

26-27 May 2015
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Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
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The interaction of the three major lithospheric plates of Eurasian, Indo-Australian and Pacific-Philippines Plates makes the South East Asian region to be one of the most complex areas of Cenozoic plate activity. The South China Sea region is centrally located in this converging plate system. It is tectonically a complex area and gained strong interests for different geoscience research projects and exploration for many years. The sedimentary basins developed in the margin of this region are also tectonically controlled. Different models, theories and concepts were introduced to explain the geology of the area. However, limited data may constrain the development of the geological understanding of the region.

This two-day workshop will bring together the key knowledge holders of the region and give the opportunities to those who are interested to exchange ideas. The objective of the workshop is to provide a regional picture of the geology and tectonic of the region, understand the knowledge gap and hopefully provide a steer for future research projects.

This workshop will be suitable for regional geologists and explorationists seeking to develop a broader and deeper understanding of South China Sea regional geology, tectonics, basin evolution and petroleum systems.

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Abstract Submission
Tectonic Evolution and Sedimentation of South China Sea Region Workshop Abstract Submission Ends on 15 November, 2014

This workshop will bring key knowledge holders of the region and give the opportunities to those who are interested to exchange ideas. The objective of the workshop is to provide a big picture  of the geology of the region, understand the knowledge gap and hopefully provide a steer for future research projects.

Apart from Abstracts (short or extended) appearing in the event Handout, no speaker presentations will be published by AAPG electronically without Author permission. AAPG however recommends that Authors submit their presentations to our Search & Discovery portal. There will be no audio or video recordings by AAPG of the event. Should delegates be interested in receiving copies of presentations, they will be directed to the Author.
Preliminary Program

Two days seminar and discussions, followed by a possible field trip if there is sufficient interest.

Potential speakers
  • Chris Morley (Chiang Mai University – Thailand)
  • Robert Hall (Southeast Asia Research Group – Royal Holloway – UK)
  • Robert Morley (Palynova – Indonesia)
  • Claude Rangin (CNRS – France)
  • Shu Jiang (EGI – Utah)
  • Pinxian Wang (Tongji University – Shanghai – China)
  • Chun-Feng Li (Tongji University – Shanghai – China)
  • Michael B. W. Fyhn (GEUS – Denmark)
  • Jian Lin(Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. – USA)
  • Awang Satyana (SKKMIGAS – Indonesia)
  • Manuel Pubellier (CNRS-France)
Optional Field Trip 28 May

An optional Field Trip on outcrops in Kota Kinabalu will be conducted on 28 May 2015 by Dr Joseph Lambiase, Chulalongkorn University.

We will post details when available.

Abstracts

Potential authors can submit 600-word abstracts and a 100-word paragraphed CV by 15 November 2014, both in Word format, to: Adrienne Pereira, Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific.


Abstracts submitted should have corporate approval and are submitted with the knowledge that speakers need to be present at the GTW. AAPG is not able to provide any financial aid to facilitate speaker travel. Speakers will need to register and pay for their attendance.

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Malaysia
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Herman Darman Convenor Shell International Expl. and Prod.
Ioannis Abatzis Convenor GEUS, CCOP
Pham Thanh Liem Advisory Committee PETROVIETNAM
M. Redhani B. A. Rahman Advisory Committee PETRONAS
Mark Harvey Advisory Committee Sarawak Shell Berhad
Felix Tongkul Advisory Committee University Malaysia Sabah
Allagu Balaguru Technical Committee Chair Shell
Muluk A. Wahab Committee PETRONAS
Mario Aurelio Committee University of Philippines
Giuseppe Cadel Committee ENI
Phlemon George Committee Total
Tony Swiecicki Committee Murphy
Kevin Meyer Committee Talisman
Tan Chun Hock Sponsorship Chair Talisman Energy Malaysia, Aberdeen,UK
Roberto Barragan Committee Hess, Malaysia
V. R. Vijayan Committee Minerals and Geoscience Malaysia
Adrienne Pereira AAPG Asia Pacific Region Programs Manager
Abeer Abeer Al Zubaidi AAPG Middle East Office Director +971 4 372 4201 +971 4 372 4204
Jeremy Jeremy Richardson AAPG Europe Office Director +44 (0)207 434 1399 +44 (0)207 434 1386
Adrienne Adrienne Pereira AAPG Asia Pacific Region Programs Manager +65 96536728

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