Eastern Mediterranean Workshop
First EAGE Workshop on Geophysical and Geological Challenges in the Hydrocarbon Provinces of the Eastern Mediterranean
Although there have been significant gas discoveries in Egypt’s Nile Basin since 1995, the Eastern Mediterranean has seen renewed interest since the 2008 discoveries in Libya, the Tamar and Leviathan (Israel), Zohr (Egyptian waters) and most recently in Cyprus. Several license rounds in recent years, and the close proximity to market makes it an appealing area for exploration and investment.
The area is of great current interest, but many questions and challenges remain both related to the geology and complexity of imaging issues. The Eastern Mediterranean has undergone a complex tectonic evolution: The extensional rifting on the southern margin of the Neo-Tethys ocean during the Triassic to Late Jurassic, Cretaceous post rift leading to convergence of the Eurasian and African-Arabian plates and subduction along the Northern boundary. Important sedimentation during the Oligocene and Miocene and the highly significant Messinian event (salinity crisis) and the recent Pliocene sedimentation.
This workshop aims to explore challenges to understanding the geology of the Eastern Mediterranean, including seismic imaging issues, while developing an increased understanding of the key successful factors in the recent discoveries and the overall complex regional geology.
|Date:||6 - 7 December 2018|
|Location:||St. Julian's, Malta|
|Expected participants:||50 - 70 pax|
|Type of event:||Workshop|
|Call for Abstracts||29 September 2018|
|Early Registration Deadline||15 August 2018|
|Late Registration Deadline||25 November 2018|
|6 - 7 December 2018|
This workshop, which is composed of oral and poster presentations, is divided into the two following sessions:
• Geophysical Solutions for Improved Imaging
• Exploration, Opportunities and Regional Propspectivities
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