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Conference Welcome

Room 1

8.00 - 8.55 Registration and Arrival Coffee
8.55 - 9.00 Welcome from Chairmen, HSSE Comments
9.00 - 10.10 Opening Ceremony
10.10-10.40 Morning Coffee Break & Posters

Room Assignments

Theme 6. Exploration in Fold-Thrust Belts and Foreland Basins: The Last Frontier
Co-Chairs: Piotr Krzywiec & Csaba Krezsek
10.40-11.00 Variations of the Structural Style Due to Multiple Detachments in Thin-Skinned Fold and Thrust Belts: A Case Study From the Eastern Carpathian Bend Zone, Romania
Alexandra Tamas, Babeş-Bolyai University
11.00-11.20 Carpathian Foredeep (SE Poland): The Basin With Unique Conventional and Sub-Conventional Petroleum Systems
Pawel Poprawa, AGH University of Krakow
11.20-11.40 Tectonic Inversion and Deformation Differences in the Transition From Ionian Basin to Apulian Platform: The Example From Ionian Islands, Greece
Avraam Zelilidis, University of Patras
11.40-12.00 The Frontal Fold and Thrust Belt in the Northeast Damara Belt, Namibia
James W Granath, ReconAfrica
12.00-12.20 Modeling of Structural Evolution and Petroleum Processes in the Polish Outer Carpathians Fold and Thrust Belt System
Arkadiusz Drozd, Oil and Gas Institute - National Research Institute
12.20-12.40 Rock Types and Prediction of Petrofacies in Miocene Deposits of the Carpathian Foredeep Based on Cores and Well Logs Data Using Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Networks
Edyta Puskarczyk, AGH University of Krakow
12.40-14.00 Lunch
Theme 6. Exploration in Fold-Thrust Belts and Foreland Basins: The Last Frontier
Co-Chairs: Ihor Mykhalevych & Szczepan Porębski
14.00-14.20 Thick- Versus Thin-Skinned Thrusting and Role of Evaporites in Development of Compressional Structures in NW Qaidam Basin, Tibetan Plateau, China
Piotr Krzywiec, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
14.20-14.40 Thrust Belt Field Geology Digitization as a Potential Source of Supportive Data for the Seismic Interpretation in Outer Carpathians (Poland)
Jan Hejnar, Wellfield Geoscience
14.40-15.00 How to Properly Interpret Thin-Skinned Fold-And Thrust Belt Structures Using Seismic Data; Insights From Seismic Structural Modelling
Lukasz Slonka, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
15.00-15.20 Seismic-Scale Ramp Slope and Its Role for Sediment Partitioning Into Deep-Waters in the Miocene of the Carpathian Foreland Basin, SE Poland
Szczepan Porębski, AGH University of Krakow
15.20-15.40 Geomodels-Based Hydrocarbon Prospecting in the Middle Miocene Siliciclastic Rocks of the Carpathian Foreland Basin (southern Poland) – A Methodological Approach
Bartosz Papiernik, AGH University of Krakow
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 6. Exploration in Fold-Thrust Belts and Foreland Basins: The Last Frontier
Co-Chairs: Szczepan Porębski & Piotr Krzywiec
16.00-16.20 Structural Architecture, Petroleum Habitat and Potential of the West Carpathian Fold-And-Thrust Belt in NE Slovakia; Study for Discovery Global LLC.
Michal Nemcok, RM Geology
16.20-16.40 Approaches to Structural Constructions and Identification of Potential Unconvential Reservoirs in the Ukrainian Part of the Krosno Zone
Ihor Mykhalevych, Ukrgasvydubovannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
16.40-17.00 Petroleum Systems in the Southern Part of the Ukrainian Carpathians
Csaba Krezsek, OMV Petrom
17.00-17.20 Geochronology of the Green Clasts From Eastern Carpathians
Relu - Dumitru Roban, University of Bucharest
17.20-17.40 A New Insight into Exploration in the Light of Recently Drilled Deep Well Results in the Polish Segment of the Western Outer Carpathians
Anna Baszkiewicz, Orlen S.A., E&P Branch PGNiG
Theme 4. Carbonates and Fractured Reservoirs: Exploration and Exploitation
Co-Chairs: Rafaelle diCuia & Łukasz Słonka
10.40-11.00 Cyclostratigraphic Analysis of Lofer Cycles in the Dachstein Limestone and its Significance for Reservoir Potential Evaluation
Zsolt Vallner, University of Pécs
11.00-11.20 Upper Jurassic Carbonate Build-Ups: An Underexplored Oil and Gas Play in Central and Eastern Europe
Gabor Tari, OMV Upstream
11.20-11.40 Seismic Modelling of the Upper Jurassic Subsurface Carbonate Buildups in Southern Poland – Verification of Their Internal Structure Supported by the Outcrop Analogs and Estimation of the Influence of Pull-Up Artifacts on Seismic Data Interpretation
Lukasz Slonka, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
11.40-12.00 AVO and Petrophysical Analysis of the Badenian Age Leitha Limestone Reservoir. From Pre-Drill Predictions to Post-Drill Evaluation. Case Story in the Drava Basin, Hungary
György Marton, MOL Group
12.00-12.20 Correlation of Well Data Interpretation With the Results of Seismostratigraphic Analysis for Cretaceous Formations Within the Central Part of the Carpathian Foreland
Anna Kwietniak, AGH University of Krakow
12.20-12.40 Wellbore Stability in Mechanically Weak Formations
Scott Chesney, Impact Fluid Solutions
12.40-14.00 Lunch
Theme 2. Reviving Mature Fields and Looking for New Geoenergy Plays
Co-Chairs: Bryan Sralla & Ahmed Radwan
14.00-14.20 Understanding Mature Province and Its Remaining Potential – a Case of the Permian Basin in Poland and Germany
Pawel Poprawa, AGH University of Krakow
14.20-14.40 Reviving Mature Fields on the Way to Energy Transition
Nazarii Hedzyk, Expert Petroleum Ukraine
14.40-15.00 Controlling Factors of Carbonate Reservoir Quality Within a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework: A Case Study of the Upper Jurassic Arab Formation of the Eastern Arabian Plate - Reviving a Mature Hydrocarbon Formation
Hezam Al-Awah, Qatar University
15.00-15.20 The Undiscovered Petroleum Potential of Northern Dnieper-Donets Basin Flanks: Development of Carboniferous Sequence Stratigraphy Within Newly Liberated Area
Roman Bodnaruk, Ukrgasvydobuvannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
15.20-15.40 Petroleum Play Types and Source Rock Analysis in the Pannonian Basin: Insights from the Slovak Sector of the Danube Basin
Samuel Rybar, Comenius University Bratislava
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 2. Reviving Mature Fields and Looking for New Geoenergy Plays
Co-Chairs: Bryan Sralla & Ahmed Radwan
16.00-16.20 Hydrocarbon Field Characterization and Geo-seismic Driven Tectono-Sedimentary Analysis in the Slovak Part of Transcarpathian Basin
Viktoria Subova, Comenius University Bratislava
16.20-16.40 Conventional and Unconventional Play in the Fractured Zechstein Main Dolomite, Western Poland
Lars B. Hübert, Gemini Resources Ltd.
16.40-17.00 Skarv Area Hub - Securing Gas to Poland
Øyvind Koldal, PGNiG
17.00-17.20 Two Large New 3D Surveys in the Carpathian Foreland
Martin Olsen, Ukrgasvydubovannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
17.20-17.40 Geological Formations for Fluid Storage and Extraction in the Context of Energy Geosciences and Carbon Neutrality
Qinhong Hu, China University of Petroleum (East China)
Theme 8. Advanced Geophysical Technologies and Machine Learning in Geoscience
Co-Chairs: Andrzej Dalętka, Pavlo Kuzmenko & Mateusz Zareba
10.40-11.00 Bridging the Gap Between Machine Learning’s Promise and Perceived Opacity in Subsurface Lithology Interpretation
Marian Popescu, Halliburton
11.00-11.20 Machine Learning Application for Optimization of Horizontal Drilling in Tight Rock Using Drill Cuttings Samples
Yuliia Tkachenko, University of Calgary
11.20-11.40 Basement Architecture of the Eastern Polish Outer Carpathians Based on Gravity and Magnetic Data
Stanislaw Mazur, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
11.40-12.00 Residual Interval Velocity: A Direct Measurement of Velocity
Martin Olsen, Ukrgasvydubovannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
12.00-12.20 Unlocking Geological Insights From Well Bore Reports: A Data-Driven Approach
Mehdi Paydayesh, SLB
12.20-12.40 Data Enhancement Using Advanced CRS on Complex Data From the Carpathians
Mohamed Eldeeb, DMT Petrologic
12.40-14.00 Lunch
Theme 5. Fault Reactivation and Inversion Tectonics
Co-Chairs: James W. Granath & Jonas Kley
14.00-14.20 New Clues From Old Observations
Jonas Kley, University of Göttingen, Germany
14.20-14.40 Active Inversion of the Pannonian Basin: Insights From Stress, Strain Rate, Seismicity, and Temperature Data
Eszter Békési, HUN-REN Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science
14.40-15.00 Late Miocene Compressional Reactivation of Mesozoic Half-Grabens in the Ukrainian Carpathian Foreland Basin: Insights From Seismic Surveys
Bryan Sralla, Tenaz Energy
15.00-15.20 An Alternative Way to Quantify the Degree of Positive Structural Inversion
Gabor Tari, OMV Upstream
15.20-15.40 Inversion Patterns in Karoo (Permo-Triassic) Extensional Basins From Zambia and Namibia
James W Granath, Granath & Assoc Consulting Geology
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 5. Fault Reactivation and Inversion Tectonics
Co-Chairs: James W. Granath & Jonas Kley
16.00-16.20 Flexural Effects of Inversion Tectonics – Underappreciated Element of Models of Inversion Structures and Associated Depositional Systems
Piotr Krzywiec, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
16.20-16.40 Continuous Palinspastic Reconstruction of the Pannonian Basin From Nowadays to Oligocene
Balázs Soós, MOL Group
16.40-17.00 Kinematic Models of Inversion-Related Folds in Foreland Thrust Belts: Insights from the Central Apennines of Italy
Paolo Pace, PACE Geoscience
17.00-17.20 Late Cretaceous Evolution of the SE Edge of the East European Platform in Poland – Control of Inversion Tectonics on Depositional Systems
Aleksandra Stachowska, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
17.20-17.40 Impact of Structural Inversion on Charge Migration and Trap Integrity in the Western Black Sea
Gabor Tari, OMV Upstream
Theme 1. Exploration in Rift Basins and Passive Margins Globally
Co-Chairs: Michal Nemcok, Józef Dzięgielowski & Ivan Karpenko
10.40-11.00 Confident Progress in Understanding Geology & Hydrocarbon Potential of the NW Black Sea Inner Shelf, Ukraine, Based on Cutting-Edge 3D Seismic Exploration Program
Peter Tauvers, UGV / Naftogaz Group
11.00-11.20 Devonian Formations of Dnieper-Donets Rift Basin: Gross Depositional Environments and Lithological Characterization
Ivan Karpenko, UGV / Naftogaz Group
11.20-11.40 Pathways to Discovery of Conventional Hydrocarbon Occurrences in the Dniepr-Donets Basin, Ukraine, and in the Ukrainian Carpathians
Sergiy Stovba, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences; S. Subbotin Institute of Geophysics of NAS of Ukraine
11.40-12.00 Improved Structural Imaging by Merging Adjacent Seismic Surveys
Sabine Klarner, Geogals OÜ
12.00-12.20 ORLEN Exploration Strategy on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
Jozef Dziegielowski, PGNiG Upstream Norway AS
12.20-12.40 Stretching–Buoyancy Interplay in the Magma-Poor Rifting Process
Michal Nemcok, Technical University Ostrava
12.40-14.00 Lunch
Theme 12. Student Session
Co-Chairs: Janos Csizmeg, Marian Popescu & Ivan Virshylo
14.00-14.20 Syn-Flexural Normal Faults in Pro-Foreland Basins; What Can They Tell Us About Geodynamics?
Lucas Eskens, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
14.20-14.40 Preliminary Estimation of Energy Recovery of Transferred Oil and Gas Wells to the Geothermal Fund in the Conditions of Nanotechnology: Dnipro-Donets Basin, Eastern Ukraine
Alina Mykhailenko, National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute",
14.40-15.00 Innovative Strategies for Accurate Oil Recovery in Ukrainian Reservoirs
Olena Martus, National University «Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic»
15.00-15.20 Petromagnetic Characterization of Hydrocarbon Migration Pathways in the Gorlice Area, Polish Outer Carpathians Petroleum Province
Kamil Kobyliński, University of Warsaw
15.20-15.40 Influence of Oil Biodegradation on the Gas Composition Depending on the Reservoir Properties and Fluids
Stepan Kana, Masaryk University
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 12. Student Session
Co-Chairs: Bartosz Papiernik & Janos Csizmeg
16.00-16.20 Structure and Evolution of the Fore-Dukla Zone, Polish Outer Carpathians - Preliminary Results of Integrated Surface Mapping Data and Cross-Sections Balancing
Adam Baranowski, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
16.20-16.40 Can Soil Replace Oil? Soil Microbial Fuel Cells and Their True Potential
Jakub Dziegielowski, Bactery
16.40-17.00 Model Selection for Volume of Clay and Porosity Estimation in Miocene Deposits
Beata Jurczok, AGH University of Krakow
17.00-17.20 Salt Tectonics in the Transylvanian Basin (Romania) and Implications for Energy Transition
Daria Dohan, Babes-Bolyai University
17.20-17.40 The Possibility Analysis of Building the Enhanced Geothermal System in the Cracow Region
Konrad Lukaj, AGH University of Krakow

Evening Reception

19:00-22:00 Informal Dinner at Stara Zajezdnia