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
09:40-10:05
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
10:05-10:30
The fractal model of fractured reservoirs based on Pareto distribution and integrated investigations, Alexander Petukhov, Petroleum Reservoir Solutions of Texas
10:30-10:55
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
10:55-11:20
Fracture network evolution in laminites, Stephanie G, Zihms, Heriot-Watt University
Break and Poster Session


11:50-12:15
  Controls of bed thickness, fracture spacing and relative aperture on fluid flow and karstification in fractured layered carbonatesCarl Jacquemyn, Imperial College London
 
12:15-12:40
A simulation-dominated workflow to characterise burial dolomitisation, Alessandro Mangione, Heriot-Watt University

12:40-13:05
Polygenic Karst Systems And Impact On Reservoir Connectivity And DrainageAlberto Riva, GEPlan Consulting

Lunch


14:05-14:30
Why "Burano" facies is a key element for success in hydrocarbon exploration of Central and South Adriatic?Magdalena Pandžić, INA

14:30-14:55
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

14:55-15:20
3D Structural Modeling of the Monte Alpi Area (Southern Italy), Vincenzo La Bruna, University of Basilicata





Break and Poster Session 


15:45-16:10
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

16:35-17:00
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

10:25-10:50
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

 
Lunch


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
14:35-15:00
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
15:00-15:25
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  
16:10-16:35
Carbonate reservoirs in Northern Iraq: Hydrocarbon occurrence, differences and similarities, Alberto Riva, GEPlan Consulting
16:35-17:00
Review and Insights into the Carbonate Reservoirs of the circum-Adriatic, Joanna Garland, Cambridge Carbonates Ltd
17:00-17:25
Diagenetic history of the Kimmeridgian source rock in Amposta oilfield (Valencia Through, Spain), Rubén Loma, Repsol

     
     Conference Closes