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08:00-8:40 Coffee/Tea/Posters
Geothermal Energy
Chairs: Mádl-Szőnyi and Andrea Moscariello
08:40-09:00 Converting Petroleum Industry Into Renewable Resource: Technoeconomical Design Aspects of Geothermal Energy Utilization From Waterflooded Mature Oil Fields
Tomislav Kurevija, Faculty of mining, geology and petroleum engineering
09:00-09:20 Determination and Characterization of Abnormal Formation Pressures in the Pannonian Basin, Hungary
Brigitta Czauner , ELTE, Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, Department of Geology, József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair
09:20-09:40 An Example of Energy Transition in Southern Italy: Pre-Feasibility Study to Convert an Old Oil and Gas Field to a Potential Geothermal Asset
Raffaele di Cuia, Delta Energy Ltd.
09:40-10:00 Risk Quantification of Geothermal Plays: Methodology Borrowed From Hydrocarbon Exploration
Imre Szilágyi, Eötvös Loránd University
10:00-10:20 Multi-Criteria Play Based Analysis for Geothermal Energy Potential Evaluation in Sedimentary Basins: An Example From North-Eastern Switzerland
Yasin Makhloufi, Geneva Earth Resources SA
10:20-10:40 Interbasin Flow as a Major Driver of Heat Accumulation in Mature Sedimentary Basins
Ádám Tóth, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break/Posters
Geothermal Energy
Chairs: Brigitta Czauner and Ádám Tóth
11:00-11:20 Geothermal Potential of the Republic of Croatia
Marijan Krpan, CHA
11:20-11:40 Geothermal Exploration in Foreland Sedimentary Basins: Lessons Learnt From 20 Years of Activity in the Swiss Plateau
Andrea Moscariello, University of Geneva
11:40-12:00 Interplay of Basinal and Karst Fluids: Karst Evolution, Hydrocarbon and Geothermal Resources in South Transdanubia (Hungary)
Anita Erőss, Eötvös Loránd University
12:00-12:20 Assessment of Geothermal Resources in the Serbian Part of Pannonian Basin
Goran Bogicevic, Science & Technology center NIS- Naftagas LLC
12:20-12:40 System Approach, the Base of Coordinated Geofluid Research 
Judit Mádl-Szőnyi, Eötvös Loránd University
12:40-13:00 Global Advance of Geothermal Heat Pumps - Especially the Swiss GHP Success Story
Ladislaus Rybach, Institute of Geophysics ETH Zurich
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Geothermal Energy
Chairs: Mádl-Szőnyi and Andrea Moscariello
14:00-14:20 The Geothermal Battery – Energy Storage Concept in Depleted Hydrocarbon Reservoirs
Istvan Vass, MOL Plc.
14:20-14:40 An Innovative Energy Storage Solution : GEB
Antoine Jeannou, PLUTON DG - CESTAS, France
14:40-15:00 Assessment of Lithium-Rich Brine From an Over-Matured, Southern Hungarian Plain Reservoir by Analysing Core, Geochemical, Petrophysical, and Productivity Data
István Nagy-Korodi, MOL Group PLC.
15:00-15:20 Wells for Heat Exchangers
Adrienn Szekszárdi, MS Energy Solutions Ltd.
15:20-15:40 Shallow Geothermal Potential of Central Budapest Estimated Using an Infinite Borehole Field Model
Ábel Markó, Eötvös Loránd University
15:40-16:00 Heatflow Density Determination Using Thermal Conductivity Data Derived From Geophysical Well Logs
János Mihályka, Eötvös Loránd University
16:00-16:20 Coffee Break/Posters
Chairs: Csaba Gál and Gianni Mallarino
16:20-16:40 Adapting an Existing Hydrocarbon Screening Workflow to the Challenge of CCUS Site Identification
Joseph Jennings, Halliburton
16:40-17:00 Reservoir Characterisation of Saline Basins for Long-Term CO₂ Storage Using Geostatistics, Basin Modelling and Sequence Stratigraphy
Kate Evans, Halliburton
17:00-17:20 Characterizing the Sleipner CO₂ Saline Aquifer Storage: Facies Depositional Architecture, CO₂ Plume Anatomy, and Flow Dynamics
Geovani Kaeng, Halliburton
17:20-17:40 Observed and Modeled Geochemical Interactions in a CO₂-Porewater-Sandstone System
Dóra Cseresznyés, Eötvös Loránd University
17:40-18:00 Underground Hydrogen Storage With CO₂ Cushion Gas in Aquifers: Which Equation-of-State?
Sabrine Ben Rhouma, French Geological Survey
08:00-08:40 Coffee/Tea/Posters
Sequence Stratigraphy
Chairs: Mike Simmons and Gábor Vakarcs
08:40-09:00 A Simplified Guide to Sequence Stratigraphy
Victor Abreu, ACT-GEO, presented by Gábor Vakarcs, MOL Group Budapest
09:00-09:20 How Mass Transport Deposits and Complexes Can Play Major Roles in Defining Stratigraphic Traps: A Case Study From Offshore Bulgaria
Troy Collier, OMV Petrom
09:20-09:40 Sequence Stratigraphy – An Excellent Tool to Hydrocarbon Exploration and Exploitation in Mature Basins – Case Study From the Pannonian Basin
Gábor Vakarcs , MOL Group, Budapest, Hungary
09:40-10:00 Chronostratigraphy in the Deep, Lacustrine Paratethys Basins: Handling the Clinothems
Imre Magyar, MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Plc.
10:00-10:20 Integrated Chemostratigraphy and Sequence Stratigraphy of Exploratory Well Drilled in Sava Basin (Croatia)
Jan Hejnar, Wellfield Geoscience
10:20-10:40 Sequence Stratigraphic Re-Valuation and Seismic Character of Early - Middle Miocene Marine Sediment Deposits on the North West Java Basin, Indonesia
Nanda Natasia, Institut des Sciences de la Terre de Paris (ISTeP) – CNRS : UMR7193, Sorbonne Université
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break/Posters
Stratigraphic Models
Chairs: Attila Balázs and Fadi Nader
11:00-11:20 Stratigraphic-Thermo-Mechanical Forward Modelling: Integrated Analysis of Extensional Basins
Attila Balázs, ETH Zurich
11:20-11:40 Integrated Stratigraphic and Thermal/Burial Modeling of the Levant Basin (East-Mediterranean Region) to Assess Inter-Related Controlling Factors on the Evolution of Sedimentary Basins and Rock-Fluid Systems
Fadi Nader, IFP Energies Nouvelles
11:40-12:00 Removing Bias in Analogue Selection – Using Depositional Parameters to Compare Shallow-Marine Clastic Reservoirs
Lawrie Cowliff, Halliburton
12:00-12:20 LAteral Variability of Deltaic Cycles: Challenges in High-Resolution Correlation of Time and Facies
Orsolya Sztano, Eötvös Loránd University
12:20-12:40 Reservoir Formation in Successive Confining Basins – Inferences From Observations in Mature Systems and Numerical Modelling
Ádám Kovács, Eötvös Loránd University
12:40-13:00 Integration of Earth Models and Forward Stratigraphic Simulations to Predict Petroleum System Elements in Frontier Areas
Estanislao Kozlowski, Halliburton
13:00-14:00 Lunch
Chairs: Jerko Jelic-Balta and János Szelényi
14:00-14:20 How Can Microbes Enhance Your Oil Production? – Organic Oil Recovery (OOR) Technology and Project Preparation in Hungary
Roger Findlay, Hunting Energy Services
14:20-14:40 Achived Results and Lessons Learned – EOR Project Ivanić and Žutica
Dubravko Novosel, INA – Industrija nafte Plc., D.D.
14:40-15:00 Lithofacies Definition in the Pannonian Reservoirs, Oil Field Case Study, Sava Depression, Croatia
Kristina Novak-Zelenika, INA – Industrija nafte Plc., D.D.
15:00-15:20 C0₂ Pilot Injection in the Oil Field Šandrovac
Dubravko Novosel, INA – Industrija nafte Plc., D.D.
15:20-15:40 Contribution of Well Logging to EOR Šandrovac Pilot Project
Zdravko Kosovec, INA – Industrija nafte Plc., Exploration and Production
15:40-16:00 Laser Perforation – The New Way of Well Completion
Janos Szanyi, Zerlux Hungary Ltd
08:00-8:4 Coffee/Tea/Posters
Chairs: György Marton and Dimitry Modin
08:40-09:00 The Application of Extended Elastic Impedance to Improve Reservoir Characterization
Mohamed Elbalawy, University of Miskolc
09:00-09:20 Implementation of Pannonian Basin Limestone Elastic Properties Results in Seismic Inversion
Domagoj Vukadin, INA - Industrija nafte Plc.
09:20-09:40 Matching Pursuit Furrier Interpolation as an Effective Tool for Seismic Survey Merging – Case study from Pannonian basin, SZH-01 block, Croatia
Marijana Radovcic, INA Plc.
09:40-10:00 Diffraction Imaging (DI). Revealing the invisible sub-seismic image.
Seweryn Tlalka, Geofizyka Torun S.A.
10:00-10:20 Giving old wells a new life – reconstruction of missing geophysical data based on geochemical drill-cuttings analysis
Jan Barmuta, AGH - University of Science and Technology
10:20-10:40 Use of Pulsed Neutron methods in mature fields in Croatia
Zdravko Kosovec , INA – Industrija nafte Plc., Exploration and Production
10:40-11:00 coffee break/posters
Digital transformation
Chairs: Kahina Abdeli-Galinier and Anita Csoma
11:00-11:20 Automated Drilling Cuttings and Cavings Analysis Using AI-Driven Computer Vision for Real-Time Pore Pressure and Wellbore Stability Surveillance
Chafaa Badis, Halliburton Landmark
11:20-11:40 Ensemble volumetrics analysis
Didac Gese Jarque, Resoptima
11:40-12:00 Supervised Machine Learning techniques for lithology prediction
Marian Popescu, Halliburton
12:00-12:20 Interpretation of Salt Structures With Eigenvalue Attribute From Gradient Structure Tensor
Chung Shen Lee, GeoSoftware
12:20-12:40 Machine Learning for Lithology Interpretation Using Cuttings-Calibrated Wireline Logs
Batbileg Tegshjargal, PetroMatad PLC
12:40-13:00 New Approaches in Formation Evaluation Based on Interval Inversion and Factor Analysis of Wireline Logging Data
Norbert Szabó, University of Miskolc
13:00-14:00 lunch
Chairs: Raffaelle di Cuia and Andrea Minszenty
14:00-14:20 Quantitative diagenesis and dynamic porosity/permeability evolution in reservoir rocks: Case studies on the Jurassic, Arab dolostones (Middle East) and Luxembourg sandstones (NW Europe)
Fadi Nader, IFP Energies Nouvelles
14:20-14:40 Organic, clay-rich, lacustrine carbonate spherulites and lime-mudstone laminites from the Araripe Basin, NE Brazil
Claes, RWTH Aachen University
14:40-15:00 Characterization of Fracture Corridors in Layered Carbonate Reservoirs: Insights from an Outcrop Analogue
Paolo Pace, PACE Geoscience
15:00-15:20 Naturally Fractured Basement Carbonate Reservoir Characterization in a Mature High-Pour Point Oil Field in Hungary
Muhammad Nur Ali Akbar, MOL Hungary
15:20-15:40 Detecting Seismically Unresolved Lineaments in a Producing Carbonate Field using an Ensemble-based Modeling Approach
Abdul Saboor Khan, Resoptima
15:40-16:00 Fractured Basement Reservoir Characterization: A Case Study of Old but Green Gas Field in Hungary
Muhammad Nur Ali Akbar, MOL Hungary