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Global Analogues for the Atlantic Margin
AAPG European Regional Conference
2-3 May 2018
Lisbon, Portugal

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May 3, 2018

8:30am - 9:00am Registration and Coffee Break
  Room 1 – Equatorial Margins Room 2 – Western Iberian Margins
9:00am - 9:20am

Unlocking the exploratory potential of the Pernambuco-Paraíba Basin, Brazil: Multiphased rifting and thermal modeling on a salt-influenced basin.

João Casacão (GALP)

Hydrocarbon Systems Analysis of the Portuguese Atlantic Margin: Projecting a Working Hydrocarbon System from the Lusitania Basin to the Deep-Water Offshore Basins.

David Wilkinson (ExxonMobil)

9:20am - 9:40am

Mass transport complexes (MTCs), their internal geometry and control on overlying turbidite deposits: Barreirinhas Basin (Equatorial margin off north-east Brazil) as a case study.

Nicolas Boehm (GALP)

Geophysics definition of Peniche Basin, un-explored Atlantic Margin edge offshore Portugal.

Roberto Fainstein (University of Coimbra)

09:40 - 10:00

The Phenomenon Albian Cenomanian Turonian Source Rocks in the Suriname part of the Guiana Basin.

Clyde Griffith (Staatsolie)

3D velocity model building and seismic imaging combining tomography and model based approaches in the Peniche Basin

Olivier Clauss (REPSOL Exploration)

10:00 - 10:20

Long-term dislocation and inversion of the Southermost segment of Western N. Atlantic margins north of Hispaniola.

Nadine Ellouz-Zimmermann (IFPEN)

Evidence and significance of buried magmatic features offshore the West Iberian Margin.

Ricardo Pereira (Partex Oil and Gas)

10:20 - 10:40

The Guinea Marginal Plateau: Correlations from Seismic and Potential Fields.

Andrew Long (Subterrane Ltd.)

A multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the controls of sediment input into the Peniche Basin, Offshore Portugal.

Abdul Karim Mansaray - (REPSOL)

10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break Coffee Break
11:20 - 11:40

The African Conjugate Basins of the Equatorial Atlantic Margins – what are we missing?

Peter Mullin (WTD International)

Integrated high-resolution 3D seismic and Gravity-Magnetic modeling for frontier exploration in the northern sector of the Peniche Basin.

João Casacão (GALP)

11:40 - 12:00

Exploration in the Deep Water Gulf of Guinea off eastern São Tomé and Príncipe Islands, a High Thermal Regime Setting.

Christian Nino (GALP)

Analysis of the discrepancies in extension measurements in the western Iberia margin.

Begoña Amigo-Marx (REPSOL)

12:00 - 12:20

Seismic Characterization and Reservoir Modeling of Turbidite Systems in Tano Basin.

Riccardo Vannuccini (ENI)

Crustal architecture and polarity shift throughout Atlantic rifted margins: An overview

Ricardo Pereira (Partex Oil & Gas)

12:20 - 12:40

Structural restorations in an unusual passive margin: Alentejo Basin, SW Portugal.

Paola Sala (ENI)

12:40 - 13:00

The Algarve Pre-salt Sequence (pre-Hettangian) – New insights for hydrocarbon exploration.

Pedro Barreto (Partex Oil & Gas)

13:00 - 14:20 Lunch Lunch
  Room 1 – West African Margins Room 2 – Technological Challenges
14:00 - 14:20

Tectonic evolution of the Kwanza basin, offshore Angola.

Pablo Hernandez (REPSOL Exploration)

Mesozoic Rifting and Tertiary Inversion of the Gulf of Cadiz.

Cesar Ranero (ICREA at CSIC)

14:20 - 14:40

Modelling Petroleum Systems of Hyperextended Margins: the Angola Case Study.

Roger Baudino (REPSOL)

Effective application of geological analogue databases to reservoir facies modelling.

Marijn Van Cappelle (PDS Petrotechnical)

14:40 - 15:00

Paleogeographic Controls on Reservoir Presence and Trap Generation, offshore Namibia.

Robert Fox (Chariot Oil and Gas)

A review of research on revolution of 3D Seismic Geomorphology of Fluvial System.

Muhammad Jahangir Khan (Bahria Unievrsity Karachi Campus)

15:00 - 15:20

Inverted structures of the Atlantic margin of Morocco versus the Syrian Arc structures of the Eastern Mediterranean: how analogous are they?

Gabor Tari (OMV)

Turbiditic facies distribution and BSR's relationships: A case study for the Western Black Sea.

Saúl Subías (REPSOL)

15:20 - 15:40 Coffee Break Coffee Break
15:40 - 16:00

Geomechanical modeling for exploration wells, 2D or 3D? A case study from the West African Coast.

Jean Joseph Rodríguez (Universitat de Barcelona)

Oligocene sedimentological model for the Sub-Carpathian Basin: hypotheses and analogue models from the Parathetys.

Marcos Garcia Gomez (REPSOL)

16:00 - 16:20

Present-day Thermal Regime of the Santos Basin, Brazil

Sara Pestana (Lisbon University)

Seal Capacity for Early Stage Exploration - multiple approaches reduces the uncertainty.

Toby Harrold (REPSOL)

16:20 - 16:40

Advances in modeling biogenic gas generation, expulsion and migration.

Narimane Benaouali (REPSOL)

Regional pore pressure in challenging environments: how to get good results from old data.

Mirian Ramos(REPSOL)

16:40 - 17:00

Use of coupled geomechanical forward modeling in prospect analysis and well planning.

Juan Manuel Jimenez (REPSOL Exploration)

Understanding pore pressure regimes in deep water plays using global analogues.

Sam Green (Ikon Science)

17:30 Closure Session