Hydrocarbon migration is a much talked about yet little understood area, where huge complexities and limited resources can hinder our progress in the field. Together through collaborative thought, advances in our understanding of geophysical, geological and geochemical processes would revolutionize exploration activity.
In 2012, key players working to better understand hydrocarbon migration, came together to share their respective insights and ideas at the world’s most comprehensive multi-discipline conference to focus on the field.
Petroleum Migration 2013 will once again paint a clear picture of what we know, where the gaps are and leave participants with actionable intelligence you can take into your everyday effort to identify prospects and quantify risks.
“Hanson Wade is a well-respected company. The work that you do is greatly recognized in our industry. I had the pleasure of recently attending a technical workshop you organized (Petroleum Migration 2012), and it was extremely well done.”
Don Westacott, Principal Advisor, Global Unconventional Reservoirs, Halliburton
Gain access to the latest cross-discipline research that can be incorporated into your own petroleum systems analysis
Examine the physical mechanisms that are fundamental to predicting the presence of petroleum
Gain insights into how best to optimize your modelling effort to ensure the highest possible rate of success
The program is tailored to those involved in exploration of both conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources. The content will be relevant to:
"I really like the program that Hanson Wade is developing – these are important questions that need answering with expansion towards applied geoscience applications." Frank Walles, Technical Advisor Unconventional Resources, Talisman Energy
"Modeling petroleum migration is an aspect that is least understood and most unconstrained. It is a terrific topic for a conference, and the draft agenda looks enticing." Kelly Dempster, Basin Modeling, Chevron
"Congratulations on putting together an extremely interesting conference. The draft agenda is full of high-value topics that haven't been addressed like they deserve." Bailey Beitscher, Exploration Geologist, BHP Billiton - Petrohawk Energy