2001 NCPGG RESEARCH SEMINARS

Visitors Welcome!

NCPGG Lecture Theatre
Level 1, 30-32 Stirling Street, Thebarton
Thebarton Campus, The University of Adelaide

NB - This timetable is correct as of June 12, 2001 but rescheduling may occur. Visitors are advised to confirm this timetable closer to the date of the presentation.

Contact:
Dr Juergen Streit (tel 08 8303 3501 or email jstreit@ncpgg.adelaide.edu.au) or
Maureen Sutton (tel 08 8303 4299 or email msutton@ncpgg.adelaide.edu.au)

February  |  March  |  April  |  May  |  June
July  |  August  |  September  |  October  |  November


Wednesday, February 7, 1:00pm

Mr. Pradipta Kumar Das - Ph.D. Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Seismic expression of layer-bound polygonal fault systems in the Late Tertiary of the Bass Basin: indications of syneresis of colloidal sediments ?

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Thursday, February 22, 1:00pm

Mawson Lecture Theatre, Department of Geology and Geophysics, The University of Adelaide

Dr. Chris Cornford - IGI Ltd., Hallsannery, Bideford, Devon EX39 5HE, UK

The oldest Petroleum System in the World?

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Tuesday, March 6, 1:00pm

Mrs. Rodica Dragomirescu - MSc. Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Triassic Seals in the Cooper Basin, South Australia

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Tuesday, March 13, 1:00pm

Ms. Catherine Gibson-Poole - Ph.D. Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Palynofacies (Organic "Bugs & Bits") and their Relevance to Sequence Stratigraphy

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Tuesday, March 20, 1:00pm

Mr Rob Root - Ph.D. Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

The Application of High-resolution Sequence Stratigraphy to Reservoir Development and Characterisation - A Case Study from the Eromanga Basin

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Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm

Mr. Hamish C. Young - Ph.D. Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

The Middle Cretaceous to Recent sequence stratigraphic evolution of the Exmouth-Barrow Margin, Western Australia

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Tuesday, April 3, 1:00pm

Mr. Adrian White - Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. Geological Sciences, University of Durham, United Kingdom.

Driven by overpressure: The shameful confessions of a crack addict

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Tuesday, April 24, 1:00pm

Dr. Juergen E. Streit - Postdoctoral Research Fellow, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Stresses and Pore Fluid Pressures that can cause Fracturing and Fault Reactivation

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Tuesday, May 8, 1:00pm

Dr. Chris K. Morley - Department of Geology and Petroleum Geology, Kings College, University of Aberdeen, UK.

Combined escape tectonics and subduction rollback-back arc extension: a model for the evolution of Tertiary rift basins in Thailand, Malaysia and Laos

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Tuesday, May 22, 1:00pm

Mr Takeshi Nakanishi - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Practical Application of Sequence Stratigraphy and Risk Analysis for Stratigraphic Trap Exploration

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Tuesday, June 5, 1:00pm

Mr. Mark Tingay - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Brunei Darussalam: Tales of In-Situ Stress, Neotectonics and Overpressure

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Tuesday, June 12, 1:00pm

Dr. Nicholas Lemon - Principal Petroleum Geologist/Senior Lecturer, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Reef backstepping driven by sea level and diapir movement

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Tuesday, June 19, 1:00pm

Mr Peter van Ruth - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

The Origin of Overpressure in the Nappamerri Trough, Cooper Basin, South Australia


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Tuesday, July 3, 1:00pm

Mr Tom Kivior - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Seal Potential and Sequence Architecture in the Vulcan Sub-Basin, NW Shelf Australia


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Tuesday, July 17, 1:00pm

Miss Rosalie Pollock - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Sequence stratigraphy of the Gambier Sub-basin, southern Australian margin


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Tuesday, July 24, 1:00pm

Mr Jeremy Meyer - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

The In Situ Stress Field: Why am I Interested and How Do I Determine it?


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Tuesday, August 14, 1:00pm

Dr Peter Boult - Chief Geologist, Petroleum Group, Primary Industry and Resources South Australia

It's the holes in rock that are important! Three new ways of looking at holes


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Tuesday, August 21, 1:00pm

Mr Scott Reynolds - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Characterization and Modelling of the Regional In Situ Stress Field of Continental Australia


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Tuesday, August 28, 1:00pm

Dr Andrzej Radlinski - Senior Research Scientist, Petroleum Promotion and Specialist Studies, AGSO

Non-invasive measurements of pore size distribution in sedimentary rocks


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Tuesday, September 11, 1:00pm

Dr Peter Tingate - Lecturer in Basin Modelling and Diagenesis, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Dr Nicholas Lemon - Principal Petroleum Geologist/Senior Lecturer, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Addressing exploration issues along the Southern Margin of Australia (SOMAR)


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Tuesday, September 18, 1:00pm

Mr Max Watson - MSc Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Natural Accumulations of Carbon Dioxide in Reservoir Rock as Analogues for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration.


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Tuesday, September 25, 1:00pm

Professor Richard Hillis - S.A. Chair in Petroleum Reservoir Properties/Petrophysics, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Pore Pressure, Stress and Rock Failure: Implications for Fluid Migration and Limits to Overpressure.


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Wednesday, October 3, 1:10pm

Dr. Bona Situmorang - Head of the Petroleum Division, Dept. of Geology, University of Trisakti, Jakarta, Indonesia

Strike-slip duplexes and basin formation: observation from the North Sumatra Backarc, Ombilin Intermontane and West Sumatra Forearc Basins.


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Tuesday, October 9, 1:00pm

Mrs. Evelina Paraschivoiu - PhD Candidate, NCPGG, The University of Adelaide

Reservoir characterization using forward stratigraphic modelling - a study of the Stag Field, Dampier Sub-Basin, Western Australia.


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Wednesday, October 17, 1:00pm

Professor Cedric Griffiths - Head of the Predictive Geoscience Group in CSIRO Petroleum

All-in-One: Integrated forward modelling for exploration and appraisal.


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