Finding Petroleum: North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean
Learn how our Western Egypt data can enable more effective exploration. The PGS MultiClient data library contains advanced images of the subsurface that highlight areas of high prospectivity with good potential for assessing acreage.
Frontier exploration: GeoStreamer acquisition and unique PGS imaging technologies are revealing new hydrocarbon potential offshore western Egypt. Ensure that you maintain a leading position in the development of the area. We will present opportunities based on our newest Egypt dataset.
With our second presentation we will provide insight into "New emerging plays in the Eastern Mediterranean".
The Eastern Mediterranean is a significant hydrocarbon province where many of the gas discoveries are biogenic in origin. The recent giant "Zohr" discovery highlighted the regional potential in carbonates and anticipated license rounds in 2017 has further increased interest and focus on Lebanon, Cyprus and West Egypt. Indications for the existence of analogues to the "Zohr play" are present throughout the region and many areas remain significantly under-explored despite adjacent blocks being extensively explored and bearing notable amounts of proven hydrocarbon reserves.
Come by our PGS booth to catch the latest updates on our Mediterranean Data Library, our leading-edge imaging solutions, reservoir services, and the pioneering marine acquisition technologies we provide for your region.
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Egypt's new exploration opportunity - Offshore West Egypt
|12 Dec||11:20||35 min|
New emerging plays in the
|12 Dec||14:10||35 min|
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Location: London, UK
Venue: The Geological Society
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About the event: The Finding Petroleum forum on North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean will focus on the countries along the southern edge of the Mediterranean – from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya, to Egypt, Israel, Lebanon (and Cyprus). From rank exploration, to gas development projects, to mature oil production, each asset is interesting in its own right. Insightful presentations on assets and regional themes, including geography and politics, will be addressed in the forum.