Bari 2016

Conference Programme

Day 1 - Tuesday 26th April

  Room 1

09:00 - 09:10   Welcome from Conference Chairman
09:10 - 09:40
  Keynote Presentation: Underexplored opportunities in the Arabian Plate: application of global analogues, Jo Garland, Cambridge Carbonates
How do sedimentology and diagenesis control both matrix and fracture permeability in chalk? A multidisciplinary study of Cap Blanc-Nez (France) Cenomanian chalk outcrop, Ophélie Fay-Gomord, KU Leuven
The fractal model of fractured reservoirs based on Pareto distribution and integrated investigations, Alexander Petukhov, Petroleum Reservoir Solutions of Texas
DFN modelling of a hydrocarbon-bearing, oblique-slip fault zone: inferences on fault-controlled fluid storage and migration in naturally fractured reservoirs, Emilio Sessa, University of Basilicata
Fracture network evolution in laminites, Stephanie G, Zihms, Heriot-Watt University
Break and Poster Session

  Controls of bed thickness, fracture spacing and relative aperture on fluid flow and karstification in fractured layered carbonatesCarl Jacquemyn, Imperial College London
A simulation-dominated workflow to characterise burial dolomitisation, Alessandro Mangione, Heriot-Watt University

Polygenic Karst Systems And Impact On Reservoir Connectivity And DrainageAlberto Riva, GEPlan Consulting


Why "Burano" facies is a key element for success in hydrocarbon exploration of Central and South Adriatic?Magdalena Pandžić, INA

Evidences on Effective Carbonate Source Rocks of Low Organic Matter Abundance and Its Lower Limit of TOC in Tabei Areas of Tarim Basin, ChinaWenyang Wang, China University of Petroleum

3D Structural Modeling of the Monte Alpi Area (Southern Italy), Vincenzo La Bruna, University of Basilicata

Break and Poster Session 

PluriGaussian Simulation of hydrothermal dolomite from digital outcrop dataset (Latemar, N-Italy), Carl Jacquemyn, Imperial College London

16:10- 16:35
Structural analysis and 3D modelling of a potential analogue of hydrocarbon reservoirs:  the Jurassic synsedimentary structure of M. Testo (Southern Alps, Italy)Mattia Martinelli, Padova University

Calibrating wells with carbonate outcrops in the Adriatic area: insights on Mesozoic basins evolutionAlberto Riva, GEPlan Consulting

Day 2 - Wednesday 27th April

  Room 1


08:45 - 09:10
  Characterization of karst – a new approach?, Terje Solbakk, Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU)
09:10 - 09:35
  Superficial and deep-seated gravity-driven deformation horizons within basinal succession: the case study of Maiolica Formation, Gargano Promontory, Southern Italy, Danica Jablonská,  University of Camerino  
09:35 - 10:00
  Carbonate ramps vs isolated platforms: review of exploration potentials in the Mediterranean Sea, Alberto Riva GEPlan Consulting  
10:00 - 10:25

From fracture analysis to flow simulations of fractured carbonates: the case study of Roman Valley Quarry, Tiziano Volatili, University of Camerino

The added value of outcrop analogue in a multidisciplinary study: a key for modelling fractured carbonated reservoir, Arabella Casero, Eni

Break and Poster Session
11:20 - 12:20

Interactive Discussion Forum: Re-sedimented carbonates: sediments sources, accumulation types, petrophysical properties and exploration potentials, led by Dr Michele Morsilli, Università di Ferrara


13:20 - 13:45
  Carbonate Reservoir Wettability Studies by Advanced NMR and MRI methodologies, Grigorios Matenoglou, Texas A&M University at Quatar  
13:45 - 14:10
  Insights on pore systems in Permian Carbonates in the Barents Sea using effective medium theory models, Carlos Alberto Aizprua Luna, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)  
14:10 - 14:35
New approach to characterize complex pore networks in carbonate rocks, Aurelien Meyer, The University of Manchetser
Unraveling the pore network and its behavior: an integrated NMR, MIP and petrographical study of continental carbonates from the Ballık area, SW Turkey, Jeroen Soete, KU Leuven
3D pore-network analysis and permeability estimation of deformation bands hosted in carbonate grainstones, Miller Zambrano, University of Camerino 
Break and Poster Session      
15:45 - 16:10
  The Zebbag reservoir (Tunisia): A geological reassessment, Amira AbbassiUniversité Laval  
Carbonate reservoirs in Northern Iraq: Hydrocarbon occurrence, differences and similarities, Alberto Riva, GEPlan Consulting
Review and Insights into the Carbonate Reservoirs of the circum-Adriatic, Joanna Garland, Cambridge Carbonates Ltd
Diagenetic history of the Kimmeridgian source rock in Amposta oilfield (Valencia Through, Spain), Rubén Loma, Repsol

     Conference Closes