Program announced for AAPG Technical Symposium in Bandung - Register Now

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

30 papers addressing the theme of "Hidden Potential in Mature Basins: Play Analogs and Best Practices" have been accepted for 20-30 minute oral presentations in AAPG's second learning event in Indonesia

These are organized in the following sessions:
  • Regional Perspective
  • Reservoir Challenges
  • Basement Reservoirs
  • Technology Innovation
  • Play Potential
  • Near Field Opportunities

A further 24 contributions will be displayed as static posters for discussion.

With a good spread of participants and topical content, spanning industry and academic research, this symposium is sure to establish significant progress in identifying hydrocarbon potential in mature basins.

Listen also to eminent Keynote Speakers:

Syamsu Alam
Upstream Director PT Pertamina, Indonesia
Paper Title: "An Overview of Petroleum Exploration in Indonesia"

John Kaldi
Professor, Australian School of Petroleum, University of Adelaide, Australia
Paper Title: "Geological Controls on Net Pay in Reservoirs"

Robert Shoup
Chief Geologist for Subsurface Consulting &Associates LLC (SCA), USA/Malaysia
Paper Title: "Geological Cross Sections; Combining Geologic Models and Best Practices to Finding and Exploiting Reserves"

Nasaruddin B Ahmad
Custodian, Petroleum Science, PETRONAS Carigali, Malaysia
Paper title: "Seismic Attributes for Differential Compaction Features in Fluvial Channel Complex and Reef Carbonate Buidups : Case Study from Malaysia Basins"

Peter Lloyd
Vice President, AAPG International Regions
Paper Title: "It's More than Technology and Workflows"

R P Koesoemadinata (Invited)
Emeritus Professor / Institute of Technology, Bandung
Paper Title: To be advised

Online registration is open and we encourage you to take advantage of the Early Bird Deadline of 19 July 2017.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for you to highlight your corporate position. Please contact

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