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Room 1

8.00-8.30 Registration and Arrival Coffee
8.30-8.35 Introduction by Chairmen
8.35-9.50 Plenary Session: Panel Discussion on Energy Transition
09.50-10.20 Morning Coffee Break & Posters

Room Assignments

Theme 9/a. The European Energy Transition: CCUS
Co-Chairs: Bartosz Papiernik & Ivan Virshylo
10.20-10.40 Methodology for Screening of Suitable Sites for CO2 Storage Below Hydrates
Francois Raisson, TotalEnergies
10.40-11.00 An Example of CCUS Solution in Poland - From Regional Screening to Local Site Characterization of Marianowo Anticline, Poland
Bartosz Papiernik, AGH University of Krakow
11.00-11.20 The CO2 Storage Resource Catalogue as a Tool for Confidence and Transparency in CO2 Storage Resource Assessment
Kate Evans, Halliburton
11.20-11.40 Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Legislation and Technical Framework – Leveraging the Canadian Experience for Ukraine
Yuliia Tkachenko, University of Calgary
11.40-12.00 Progress on CO2 Storage Studies Focused on the Baltic Sea Area
Mirosław Wojnicki, Oil and Gas Insitiute - National Research Institute
12.00-12.20 Quantifying Fluid Pathways in Basaltic Lava Flow Facies for CO2 Storage Solutions
Antoine Auzemery, Univeristy Paris Saclay
12.20-12.40 Evaluation of the Porquero Formation as a Caprock for CO2 Storage in the Luruaco Block, Sinu-San Jacinto Basin, Colombia
Angie Lorenaa Garcia Ariza, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
12.40-14.00 Lunch Break
Theme 9/b The European Energy Transition: Geothermal
Co-Chairs: Bartosz Papiernik & Ivan Virshylo
14.00-14.20 Ecofield Solotvyno – Heat Transfer Modelling and Responsible Sourcing for De-Risking and Sustainable Life-Cycle
Ivan Virshylo, JSC "Ukrgasvydobuvannya"
14.20-14.40 Exploring Low-Temperature Geothermal Systems in Hydrocarbon-Bearing Sedimentary Basins: A Case Study from the Czech Vienna Basin
Michal Nemcok, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava
14.40-15.00 Hydrothermal Lithium: Review of Potential in Italy
Angelo Ricciato, GEPlan Consulting s.r.l.
15.00-15.20 Implications of Forward Stratigraphic Modelling of the Lower Triassic Buntsandstein Reservoirs at the European Scale for Unlocking Their Geothermal Potential
Alina-Berenice Christ, IFP Energies nouvelles
15.20-15.40 Subsurface Characterisation for Geothermal District Heating Projects
Helen Cromie, Innargi A/S
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 9/b The European Energy Transition: Geothermal
Co-Chairs: Bartosz Papiernik & Ivan Virshylo
16.00-16.20 The Weepah Hills-Alum Geothermal Project Esmeralda County, Nevada: A Blind Geothermal System Associated With the Weepah Hills Metamorphic Core Complex
Weldon Beauchamp, Atlas Exploration and Production
16.20-16.40 Structural Analyses of Belezna-Bajcsa High – New Results From Geothermal Evaluation in Southwest Hungary
Balázs Soós, MOL Group
16.40-17.00 The Interplay of Tectonic, Sedimentary and Geothermal Processes in the Mačva Region (Serbia, Pannonian Basin System)
Filip Anđelković, University of Belgrade
17.00-17.20 Onshore CCS in Western Ukraine – Exploration Challenge for Depleted Fields
Mykhailo Bratakh, JSC "Ukrgasvydobuvannya"
17.20-17.40 Coupled Thermal-Hydraulic-Mechanistic-Chemical Processes in Energy Geosciences: Development and Applications of Experimental Approaches
Qinhong Hu, China University of Petroleum (East China)
Theme 3. Siliciclastic Reservoirs: Exploration and Exploitation
Co-Chairs: Mike Simmons & Jan Hejnar
10.20-10.40 High-Resolution Architecture and Sand Content of Deltaic Reservoirs: Insights From Correlation of Fully Cored Wells
Orsolya Sztano, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University
10.40-11.00 From Basin Wide Analysis Towards New Gas Discoveries (Croatian Part of Pannonian Basin System)
Tomislav Baketarić, INA Oil Company
11.00-11.20 From Granular Flow to Cataclasis – Changes in Deformation Bands Development in Selected Wellbores From the Upper Rotliegend Deposits (Polish Lowlands)
Weronika Mikołajewska, ORLEN SA – PGNiG Exploration And Production Branch In Warsaw
11.20-11.40 Combined Traps Within a Visean Fluvio-Deltaic System in the Kovalivsko-Sulymivska License Area as an Extension of the Semyrenky Field
John Cater, PetroStrat
11.40-12.00 The Role of Fractures in Fluid Migration, Fluid Flow, and Enhancing the Permeability of Low Porous Reservoirs
Ahmed E. Radwan, Jagillionian Univeristy W Krakow
12.00-12.20 Lateral and Vertical Heterogeneity in a Middle Miocene Mixed Carbonate-Siliciclastic Reservoir From the Pannonian Basin, SW Hungary
István Róbert Bartha, Aspect Europe
12.20-12.40 Two Levels of Chemostratigraphy for Rotliegend Strata in Polish Lowlands
Rafał Skupio, Oil and Gas Institute – NRI
12.40-14.00 Lunch Break
Theme 3. Siliciclastic Reservoirs: Exploration and Exploitation
Co-Chairs: Ahmed Radwan & Anna Wysocka
14.00-14.20 Definition of Sedimentary Facies and Building of a Depositional Model Using Image Logs (NW India)
Angelo Ricciato, GEPlan Consulting s.r.l.
14.20-14.40 Exploration of Natural Gas in the Miocene Deposits of the North-Eastern Part of the Polish Carpathian Foredeep
Grzegorz Karpiński, ORLEN S.A. – PGNiG Exploration and Production Branch in Warsaw
14.40-15.00 QI-Driven Exploration Triumphs in Carboniferous Clastics of the Dnieper Donets Basin, Ukraine: Exceeding Pre-Drill Exploration Expectations in the Backdrop of the Russo-Ukrainian War
Alessandro Ficarra, Ukrgazvydobuvannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
15.00-15.20 Development of Hierarchical Depositional Architecture of Submarine Turbidite Fan of the Cergowa Sandstone (Oligocene, Polish Outer Carpathians): Reservoir Perspective From Detailed Outcrop-Based Study at Klęczany Quarry
Piotr Siwek, Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute
15.20-15.40 Rock Physics and Seismic Response of Lower Miocene Volcaniclastic Reservoirs
Sabine Klarner, SKGeo
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 3. Siliciclastic Reservoirs: Exploration and Exploitation
Co-Chairs: Jan Hejnar & Ahmed Radwan
16.00-16.20 Application of Innovative Intensification Procedures of Rotliegend Sandstone - the Example of Roszkowo-1 Well
Anna Szurkowska, Orlen Group
16.20-16.40 Hydrocarbon Exploration in Siliciclastic Basins
Katarzyna Jarmołowicz-Szulc, Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute
16.40-17.00 Incised Valley-Fill Sandstones From Lake Pannon: New Targets of Geothermal Reservoirs?
Fanni Vallner, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University
17.00-17.20 The Late Eocene-Early Oligocene Terrestrial Succession of the Hoanh Bo Trough (Northern Vietnam) as an Analogue for the Offshore Basins of the Tonkin Gulf
Anna Wysocka, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
17.20-17.40 Determination of Absolute Pore Size Distribution by Means of Low-Field NMR in Tight Rocks
Michał Fajt, AGH University of Krakow
Theme 7. Salt Tectonics: Case Studies from Rift Basins and Folded Belts
Co-Chairs: Mark Rowan, Gabor Tari & Łukasz Grzybowski
10.20-10.40 Rifting and Salt Tectonics in the SW Barents Sea: Implications for Petroleum System Modeling
Mark Rowan, Rowan Consulting, Inc.
10.40-11.00 Salt Tectonics and Kinematics, Dnieper-Donets Basin, Eastern Ukraine, Plus Recent Salt-Trap Related Exploration Efforts and Success
Peter Tauvers, UGV / Naftogaz Group
11.00-11.20 An Allochthonous Salt Canopy and Associated Secondary Minibasins in the Southern Subalpine Chains of Haute Provence, France
Lajos Adam Csicsek, Imperial College London
11.20-11.40 Carapace Evolution Associated With El Bolon and Bateig Secondary Minibasins, Eastern External Betics (Betic Fold-And-Thrust Belt—Iberian Peninsula)
David Canova, Universitat de Barcelona
11.40-12.00 Complex Mesozoic Evolution and 3D Geometry of the Goleniów Salt Structure (NW Poland) – An Insight From Seismic Data Interpretation
Lukasz Grzybowski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan
12.00-12.20 Understanding the Quaternary deformation history of salt structures in the Romanian Eastern Carpathians
Dan Tamas, Babes-Bolyai University
12.20-12.40 Pre-Salt and Post-Salt Fault Coupling Relationships in the Southern North Sea – Implications for Zones of Fluid Escape From Basement Into the Post-Salt Cover
Anna Preiss, Royal Holloway, University of London
12.40-14.00 Lunch Break
Theme 10. Petroleum Systems Elements: Modelling from Prospect - to Basin-Scale
Co-Chairs: Thomas Rainer & Paweł Kosakowski
14.00-14.20 Biogenic Gas Generation Screening: Insights on Black Sea Potential
Mike Simmons, Halliburton
14.20-14.40 The Paleozoic-Triassic Petroleum System of the Norwegian Southern North Sea - A Frontier Play in a Mature Area
Carlo Cavalli & Artur Przybylo, PGNiG Upstream Norway
14.40-15.00 Devonian petroleum system in Dnieper-Donets rift basin
Ivan Karpenko, UGV / Naftogaz Group
15.00-15.20 Visean Unconventional Plays at Dnieper-Donets Basin, Ukraine: Geological Settings and Exploration Challenges
Serhii Levoniuk, UkrNDigaz, Ukrgasvydubovannya JSC, Naftogaz Group
15.20-15.40 Sub-Thrust Exploration in the Outer Carpathians Fold-And-Thrust Belt: A Case From the Western Polish Segment
Paolo Pace, PACE Geoscience
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 10. Petroleum Systems Elements: Modelling from Prospect - to Basin-Scale
Co-Chairs: Rafał Kudrewicz & Serhii Levoniuk
16.00-16.20 A Case Study Example of Play Fairway Evaluation Along the Dinarides Thrust-Belt
Angelo Ricciato, GEPlan Consulting s.r.l.
16.20-16.40 The Miocene Source Rocks in Ionian Islands
Nicolina Bourli, Department of Geology, Universiry of Patras
16.40-17.00 Basin Modelling of Mode II Positive Structural Inversion
Thomas Rainer, OMV Upstream
17.00-17.20 The Value of Genetic Method Based on Basin Simulation in Oil and Gas Zone Evaluation in Craton Basin
Bin Li, Southwest Petroleum University
17.20-17.40 Hydrocarbons Generation from Solid Bitumen in Menilite Shales Formation in the Silesian Nappe (the Outer Carpathians, SE Poland)
Marta Waliczek, AGH University of Krakow
Theme 11. History of Petroleum Geosciences
Co-Chairs: Piotr Krzywiec, Marian Popescu & Sasha Kitchka
10.20-10.40 The Woman Behind the Scenes - First Oil Discovery Using Seismic Reflection Techniques
Robbie Gries, Gries Energy Partners LLC
10.40-11.00 Dr Stanisław Wyrobek (1903 - 1979) or How to Kick-Start Two Major Seismic Campaigns of Global Importance
Piotr Krzywiec, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences
11.00-11.20 Multidimensional Dynamics in Petroleum Geosciences: A Comprehensive Exploration of Technological Evolution and Collaborative Advancements
Mateusz Zareba, Halliburton
11.20-11.40 A Tale of Two Oceans: How Compelling Mid-20th Century Motivation in the Quest for Giant Oil Discoveries and Creative Innovation Along Two Diverse Coastlines in Louisiana and California Led to a Global Industry
Rog Hardy, Canopy E&P Services LLC
11.40-12.00 History of Hydrocarbon Exploration in the Black Sea Mega-Basin: From Greek Fire to Sakarya Discovery
Alexander Kitchka, Kyiv Branch UkrNDIGaz Res. Inst.
12.00-12.20 Hydrocarbon Exploration of the Po Valley: The Italian Pioneers of Seismic Reflection Surveying
Paolo Macini, University of Bologna
12.20-12.40 Brief History of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in the Area of Southern Czech Republic
Tomas Baldrian, MND
12.40-14.00 Lunch Break
Theme 9/c. The European Energy Transition: Hydrogen Exploration and Storage
Co-Chairs: Daniel Palmowski & Gabor Tari
14.00-14.20 How Gravity and Magnetic Data Can Be Vital in the Energy Transition: Applications to Natural Hydrogen Exploration in the Balkans
David Tierney, Getech
14.20-14.40 Natural Hydrogen in Soil Gas Samples of Sedimentary Basins of Poland - A Review
Henryk Sechman, AGH University of Krakow, Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection
14.40-15.00 Distribution of Hydrogen and Alkane Concentrations in the Vicinity of a Fairy Circle Structure in Poland - Preliminary Results
Anna Twaróg, AGH University of Krakow
15.00-15.20 InSAR-Based Exploration of Natural Hydrogen Resources: Example of the São Francisco Basin (Brazil)
Eszter Békési, HUN-REN Institute of Earth Physics and Space Science
15.20-15.40 PARHyS System: Measurement Tool for H2 Concentration in Soil – Industrial Version
Maria Rosanne, ENGIE
15.40-16.00 Afternoon Coffee Break & Posters
Theme 9/d Energy Transition: Regulations, Policy and Strategy
Co-Chairs: Gabor Tari & Jarosław Zacharski
16.00-16.20 Potential of Subsurface CO2, H2 Utilization and Storage in Hungary
Dóra Cseresznyés, Supervisory Authority for Regulatory Affairs
16.20-16.40 Can Europe’s Oil Fields Play a Role in the Energy Transition?
Richard Worden, University of Liverpool
16.40-17.00 Storage of CO2, Hydrogen, and Natural Gas to Support the Energy Transition in Poland
Adam Wójcicki, PGI-NRI
17.00-17.20 Searching for Critical Metals in Sedimentary Basins
Mike Simmons, Halliburton
17.20-17.40 Ormen Lange Phase 3 – Electrified Subsea Compression
Karl Henry Steen, PGNiG Upstream Norway AS
17.40-18.00 Conference Closing and Group Photo