9-11 May 2017 | Muscat, Oman

Block Your Calendar for the Structural Styles in the Middle East GTW

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

The workshop aims at providing a state of the art review of the contrasted structural styles of the Middle East. Based on this review, a focus should be dedicated to the implications of these regional styles and structural evolutions on the region’s economical prospectivity in terms of hydrocarbon resources. Among others, the specific challenges occurring during the exploration and production of these resources should be tackled. Learn more...

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Workshop Sessions:
  • Regional Comparison between the Structural Styles of the Arabian Peninsula and Iranian Zagros and Makhran Provinces
  • Role of Deeply-Rooted Structures Compared to Detachment-related Structures
  • Comparison between North, South and South-East Oman
  • Kinematics Indicators of Alpine I and II Tectonic Phases across the Middle East
  • Overview of the Key Structural Tool for Seismic Interpretation and Structural Model QC

Call for posters ends on 6 April 2017.

You are invited to prepare a poster display for presentation. If you are interested in participating, please along with the poster artwork (in JPEG or PDF high resolution format) by 6 April 2017. Review poster requirements.

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