It's Not Too Late to Register for the 2015 European Regional Conference & Exhibition

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Join us 18-19 May for the 2015 European Regional Conference & Exhibition. We'll have two full days of stimulating discussions on Tethys-Atlantic interaction along the European-Iberian-African plate boundaries.

The 2015 annual conference will bring together scientists from industry and academia, from Western and Eastern Europe, to analyse, discuss and share perspectives on the attractive hydrocarbon provinces of the Peri-Tethyan region.

Conference Themes include:
  • Tertiary plays
  • Unconventional plays
  • Paleogeographic reconstructions
  • Depletion & geological storage
  • Atlantic margins
  • Tethyan petroleum systems, proven and speculative
  • Paleozoic source rocks and new plays
  • Oblique margins & petroleum systems
  • Basin inversion & petroleum systems
  • Foreland Basins

The Peri-Tethyan area hosts a number of large and smaller hydrocarbon provinces in platforms, rifts, foreland basins and the frontal parts of thrust belts. These hydrocarbon provinces are related to a wide range of source rocks occurring in Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic series.

This trans-european geodynamically complex region hosts a number of highly diversified petroleum systems, with excellent exploration perspectives.

From the Black Sea to the Atlantic, a large number of companies are dealing with exploration within this geodynamic framework and different kinds of hydrocarbon discoveries are now a well-known reality. New areas, new plays and new opportunities are arising, as this region is becoming increasingly important for Europe’s energy demand.

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