Passive margins have been a key frontier for successful hydrocarbon exploration for a number of decades, and consequently there has been extensive geological research. However classical models once used to these interpret passive margins no longer suffice. New high quality 2D and 3D seismic data offer fresh insights based on technological advances.

Learn more about our work offshore Congo and why these results are a trusted reference for those interested in exploring the potential of both the mature and the frontier areas. 


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Title Presenter Date                Start              Duration       

A regional perspective on the hydrocarbon potential of offshore Republic of Congo

Patrick Coole
Reservoir/ Interpretation                

07 Apr 2016 11:00 25 min

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Location: Egham, Surrey, UK

VenueWindsor Building, Royal Holloway University of London

About the conference: The Roberts Conference: Passive Margins 2016 
Following the successful first symposium in honour of the late Professor David Roberts in 2014, the Department of Earth Science, Royal Holloway University of London and the Fault Dynamics Research Group (FDRG) have inaugurated a biannual conference devoted to passive margins called The Roberts Conference.
This conference aims to bring together researchers and industry personnel to address these themes and to discuss the current state of understanding of these exciting and complex geological systems.