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Congratulations to Israa, who has been selected as a grant recipient for the 2017 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Foundation Grants-in-Aid Program.
Read about “Lakes as well as oceans: understanding new evidence of the impact of climate change in the Early Jurassic Period” on http://www.ox.ac.uk/news/science-blog/lakes-well-oceans-understanding-new-evidence-impact-climate-change-early-jurassic
Andy Bell and Lorcan Kennan (Shell) gave us a short course about their basin modelling work. This is a course normally run in the company, but they provided it to the Shell-Oxford research group to help us put our results … Continue reading
James Eldrett (Shell) visited Shell-Oxford research group on the 15th–19th of February 2016. James gave a two day awareness workshop and met with postgraduate students to discuss their individual DPhil-projects.
Dr Pablo Corella Aznar of SNRC gave a talk on the 10th February 2016 Dr Pablo Corella Aznar finished his BSc (2006) and MSc (2008) in Earth Sciences at the University of Zaragoza. He did his PhD in sedimentary geology (2011) at … Continue reading
Attendees Shell: Glen Cayley, Keith Gerdes, James Eldrett, Olaf Podlaha, Dirk Smit, Ben Stephenson, Sander van den Boorn, Pieter van Rensbergen Oxford PIs: Joe Cartwright (Chair), Gideon Henderson, Stephen Hesselbo (now at University of Exeter), Hugh Jenkyns, Don Porcelli Visiting … Continue reading
Congratulations to Weimu Xu, DPhil student with the Oxford-Shell Research Lab, who was awarded the prize for best student oral contribution during the Conference “Climates of the past – lessons for the future.” The conference was held from July 5th … Continue reading
Programme: 28/01, Dr Anna Korre: CO2 storage site characterisation, monitoring and risk assessment 04/02, Prof Guy Plint: Dynamic linkages between subsidence, stratal geometry, facies distributions and Cordilleran deformation: Cretaceous of Western Canada Foreland Basin. 11/02, Prof Bruce Levell: Oil, Glaciation … Continue reading
CGG GeoSoftware has donated its Hampson-Russell geophysical software suite, covering all aspects of seismic exploration and reservoir characterization, to the University of Oxford in the UK. The donated software suite, worth over $600,000, will enable students to better explore quantitative … Continue reading
Workshop on seismic characterisation of fluid flow in basins and fractures in mudrocks, 19 – 20 November 2014
Workshop on seismic characterisation of fluid flow in basins and fractures in mudrocks took place in Oxford on 19 – 20 November 2014 The following presentations were held Basin Scale Fluid Flow Claudia Bertoni: Scope of Fluids Theme, Result Highlights … Continue reading