Revealing New Exploration Plays, Reducing Development Risks and Constraining the geological storage of CO2 from Regional Fluid Inclusion Data: Examples from Australia and Big Potential in Asia
We are delighted to have the opportunity to provide a lecture to the KLGG during a visit to Kuala Lumpur next week on the applications of innovative fluid inclusion data to both oil and gas exploration & development and the geological storage of CO2 in Asia. We see big potential in this exciting technology. The review will address the use of these data to tackle a range of common challenges encountered in exploration and development for oil and gas resources, as well as new applications to the evaluation of suitable sites for geological storage of CO2 and the assessment of low enthalpy geothermal resources. Lots of new opportunities will be discussed and questions answered on how these data can deliver critical pathfinders to reveal new exploration prospectivity, help to better constrain critical risks for enhanced development planning and assist in more effective evaluation of sites to high-grade and de-risk future CO2 and geothermal opportunities. Mark has a long history in the development of these technologies and made a seminal contribution to the early development of these tools that resulted in a number of technology patents and developed consultancy services to assist the Australian and International oil and gas industry.
Enhanced Hydrocarbon Exploration Opportunities
Reduced Key Project Development Risks
Improved Geological Storage of CO2 Evaluation