28 October, 2018 Beijing China

Deep and Ultra-deep Petroleum Systems: What we know and don't know

26-28 October 2018
  |  
Beijing, China

The global oil and gas industry is currently exploring new frontiers including unconventional resources, deep water offshore and deep to ultra-deep strata onshore. These represent a strategic shift in hydrocarbon exploration.

The goal of this Geoscience Technology Workshop is to provide a forum for the discussion of all aspects of the new deep frontiers. We will explore deepwater exploration systems (turbidites, etc.), deepwater offshore discoveries (including all depositional systems), and deep and ultra-deep strata onshore.

The workshop welcomes examples of plays throughout the world, and will also present new research as well as case studies and new technologies.

In the past decade, a significant breakthrough has been made in China and elsewhere in the area of exploring deeply buried reservoir plays. There are a number of giant discoveries in deep strata in excess of 8000 m in western China with commercial liquid hydrocarbons being found in depth of over 7600 m in the Tarim Basin. Advancement has also been made in the hydrocarbon behaviors and accumulation mechanisms in micro-nano pores, under the influence of organic-inorganic interaction, and the distribution, assessment and prediction of hydrocarbon resources.


Who Should Attend
  • experts of resource exploration and exploitation from major oil companies
  • managers and researchers from R&D organizations
  • academics and students from universities

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Beijing, China Sinopec Conference Center
Changping District 21
Beijing 102200
China
Beijing, China Sinopec Conference Center Beijing, China Sinopec Conference Center 47154

 

Please Note: All prices are in US Dollars (USD)

Tuition includes: workshop admission, program booklet (schedule, abstracts, presenter bios) workshop participant contact list, reception on first evening at 5 pm, 2 lunches, 4 coffee breaks, 2 continental breakfast, sanitized PDFs of talks (with company permissions).

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AAPG will refund the registration fee, less a USD$50 processing fee, if request is received no later than 6 weeks prior to the event. No refund will be made for cancellations received less than 6 weeks. Nonpayment of registration fee does not constitute automatic cancellation. If no cancellation notice is received by 6 weeks prior to event, participant is liable for full registration fee. AAPG reserves the right to cancel an event if enrollment is insufficient to ensure proper effectiveness. Substitutions for individuals can be made at any time. A paid enrollment may be transferred one time to a future event if the request is received prior to the 6-week cut-off date.

 

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