APPEX Global 2019 - Prospect and Property Expo

Occured on 5-7 March 2019
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London, United Kingdom

APPEX 2019 - a two and a half day high intensity business environment. A catalyst for deals to be struck and new ventures to be undertaken. APPEX is the only truly global event focussed on prospecting, business transaction and deal making for the oil and gas E&P sector – for prospects, properties, products, service providers, investors and all the decision-makers necessary to close a deal.

In its 17th year, 2019 included the 2nd 'Next Generation Deal Making Workshop', designed by a committee of young professionals from stakeholder companies, and tailored for those who wish to familiarise themselves with every step of the deal making process.

This event brings together many of the Oil & Gas Major’s, NOC’s, Independents, E&P firms and Governments. It also attracts many of the world’s leading banks, financiers, advisories and law firms thereby providing a unique and unmatched opportunity to network and originate new business opportunities.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

Geoscientists play a lot of different roles in our industry, but foremost, we are technical and scientific experts. We understand the rocks, their depositional history and their potential to generate hydrocarbons.

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Explorer Business Side of Geology Column

M&A activity appears to be on the rebound, but current oil price volatility tempers the otherwise optimistic mood going into this year’s APPEX conference in London.

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Thursday, 1 September Friday, 2 September 2022, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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Field Seminar
Naples, Italy
Friday, 24 June Saturday, 25 June 2022, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Field Trip Leaders: Jean Borgomano – CEREGE, Aix-Marseille Université, France Michele Morsilli – University of Ferrara, Italy Fees: €450 + VAT Fee Includes: Transportation during the field trip Overnight Accommodation Breakfast, lunch 2 days and dinner Themes The Gargano Promontory (southern Italy) offers the opportunity to investigate a complete carbonate facies transect from inner platform to basin and to reconstruct the various events that shaped and controlled the evolution of the Apulia Carbonate Platform during the Cretaceous and Paleogene. This area can be considered a wonderful outcrop analog to better understand and visualize facies, depositional geometries, stratigraphic relationships and to compare them with other carbonate platforms. The exposed carbonate rocks show well-preserved original reservoir properties and form relevant analogues of subsurface reservoirs located in different structural settings; e.g. inner platform palaeokarst (Ombrina Mare, Rospo Mare oil fields), subthrust setting (Monte Alpi, Tempa Rossa), slope, base-of-slope resedimented carbonate facies (Elsa, Miglianico, Aquila, Rovesti), as well as relevant for the comparison with the specular Adriatic Carbonate Platform (AdCP) or other Tethyan carbonate systems. Main goals of this field trip are the observation of the facies and stratigraphic architecture of the inner platform and of slope and base-of-slope units deposited during the Early - Late Cretaceous and Eocene, as well as the carbonate production and exporting/resedimentation processes. The Apulia Carbonate Platform represents a well-known case study of a carbonate platform with different evolution through time. Facies distribution from inner platform to base-of-slope, stratigraphic architecture and depositional geometries, together with retreat and drowning of the platform or margin collapses, and seismic-scale outcrops, in a relatively poorly deformed context, constitute a text book examples of a Cretaceous Carbonate System. Itinerary and Stops Day 1 Naples (or Bari airport) to Apricena by bus (travel about 3 h) Stop 1.1 - Apricena quarries district: stop on peritidal cycles of Lower Cretaceous, fractured and karst reservoir (outcrop analog of the Rospo Mare oil field). Lunch Stop 1.2 - Belvedere di Ruggiano: stop on scalloped/faulted platform margin of mid-Cretaceous and base of slope to basin facies associations. Night in Monte Sant’Angelo Day 2 Stop 2.1 Monte Sant’Angelo: slope to basin facies of the Lower Cretaceous and facies observation of the resedimented succession of the Upper Cretaceous. Lunch Stop 2.2 Monte Sant’Angelo to Manfredonia road – Upper Cretaceous slope to base of slope facies and architecture of the systems. Stop 2.3 (optional) - Monte Saraceno-Mattinata: panoramic view of the Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous sequence and Valanginian retreating/drowning of the Apulia Platform and depositional geometries of the Eocene clinoforms. End of the Excursion (travel to Naples or Bari airport)

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This field trip focuses on Miocene carbonate and Late Eocene coarse clastic, sandstone and carbonate reservoir rocks of the Pannonian Basin and their connection to fractured Mesozoic basement in the southern part of Budapest. The day is started at a Late Neogene outcrop west of Budapest. During successive stops Late Eocene antiforms will be visited: outcrops of high viscosity debris flows and basement structures along the “Budaörs shear zone” will be shown. Progressing towards the east we visit several Paleogene exposures, terminating the field trip at a spectacular horst along the Danube. Beneath the horst that is also one of the landmarks of Budapest lies a series of hot springs (i.e. the Buda thermal karst line) and some will be visited.

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