AAPG ERC Bucharest 2016

Poster Presentations

Basin modelling: case studies from European basins and fold belts
The influence of tectonics on petroleum systems basin modelling case studies from West Moesia, RomaniaAndreea Caprioreanu, OMV Petrom
Tectonic development of Upper Triassic source rocks in the Western Pannonian Basin, HungaryJános Csizmeg, Eötvös Loránd University
1-D modelling of hydrocarbon generation and expulsion from Oligocene Menilite source rocks in the Polish and Ukrainian Carpathians, Paweł Kosakowski, AGH-University of Science and Technology
Modelling thermal maturity evolution of Paleozoic successions in the Holy Cross Mts (Poland) by new and old datasets of thermal indicators, Sveva Corrado, University of Roma Tre
Black Sea: stratigraphy, structure and exploration status
Geological Model of Hydrocarbon Reservoirs from Histria Basin (Western Black Sea, Romania)Madalina Eliza Anton, OMV Petrom S.A
Play types and hydrocarbon prospectivity in the Istria Block, offshore RomaniaDana Stefania Constandache, OMV Petrom
The Messinian Sea Level Fall in the Western Black Sea: a View from Offshore Romania, Csaba Krezsek, OMV Petrom
Asymmetric Hybrid Stretching model suggested for the opening of the Western Black Sea Basin, Andreea Marza, Imperial College London
Petroleum Potential assessment of the Maykop Formation in the Black Sea Basin (1D thermal modelling), Andreea Marza, Imperial College London
Shallow reservoirs and their exploration potential: depositional models for the Early Pliocene in offshore Romania, Western Black Sea, Alexandra Oteleanu, OMV Petrom
Structures of the Mesozoic rocks of the Crimean Mountains, Aline Saintot, Ruhr University

Exploration challenges in Alpine folded belts 
Tectonics in the Greater Caucasus: a N-S section along the Georgian Military Road - Georgia, Jon Mosar, University of Fribourg

Analysis of earthquakes focal zones in relation to tectonic structures of the Greater Caucasus (Azerbaijan), Jon Mosar, University of Fribourg

Oil leakage occurrence and inverted tectonic structures influence in the Portuguese offshore, Marta Reis, University of Coimbra

Foredeep and foreland basins in Europe

Middle Miocene micropaleontological and sedimentary aspects within a piggy-back basin, Pucioasa section, Carpathian bend zone, Romania, Razvan Ionut Bercea, OMV Petrom

Stratigraphic challenges in shallow-water molasse sequences: a case study from foreland basin of the Southern Carpathians, RomaniaAna-Maria Botezatu, OMV Petrom
Diagenetic Processes in Reservoir Rocks of the Austrian Alpine Foreland Basin, Lukasz PytlakMontanuniversitaet Leoben

Stress field anisotropy at the transition Jura Mountains – Swiss Molasse Basin: the case of the La Sarraz strike-slip fault system, Jon Mosar, University of Fribourg
Liassic to Dogger synsedimentary normal faulting in the Western Swiss Molasse Basin: Evidence from seismic interpretation, Jon Mosar, University of Fribourg
Geochemistry of oils trapped in th Austrian Foreland Basin based on C15- hydrocarbons fraction, Lukasz Pytlak, Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Thermal maturity of the Lower Jurassic sub-bituminous coal from "Blanowice Formation” (Southern Poland), Maciej Rybicki, University of Silesia
Middle Jurassic Coals of The Mountainous Crimea: A Potential Source Rock Offshore Ukraine?, Nataliia Vergelska, International Academy of Sciences, Ukraine
Petroleum systems of the Paratethys 
Geochemical studies of organic matter in the Miocene deposits in the Polish part of Carpathian Foredeep, Paweł Kosakowski, AGH-University of Science and Technology
Perylene stability during organic matter maturation – case study from the Palaeogene Podhale flysh, Inner Carpathians, S PolandLeszek Marynowski, University of Silesia
Oil Source Correlation in Moghan Basin, NW Iran: Insights from Stable Carbon Isotope, CSIA and Biomarkers, Maryam Mirshahani, Research Institution of Petroleum Industry
Evaluation of organic geochemical characteristics of possible source rocks in the Moghan basin: implication for Hydrocarbon exploration in NW IranMaryam Mirshahani, Research Institution of Petroleum Industry
Source potential of Upper Eocene to Lower Miocene (“Maikopian”) rocks in the western Kura Basin (Georgia), Magdalena Pupp, Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Organic-rich deposits in the Carpathian Middle Eocene (Silesian Nappe), Anna Waśkowska, AGH University of Science and Technology
Pre-Alpine tectonics and paleogeography
Structural setting of Triassic strata in the Eastern Moesian platform, Romania, Ulrich Bieg, OMV Petrom S.A
Main Stratigraphic and Structural Features of the Palaeozoic Sequence of the İstanbul, Semih Can Ülgen, Istanbul Technical University
Salt Tectonics 
Numerical Investigations Of Deformation In Layered Evaporites Above An Active Basement Fault, Stanislaw Burliga, University of Wroclaw
Exotic blocks and tractional current structures in the Badenian salt of Bădila (Buzau Land Geopark, Romania), Dan C. Jipa, National Institute of Marine Geology and Geoecology
The role of the Lower and Mid-Miocene salt during the inversion of the Getic Basin, Romania, Zsolt Schleder, OMV Petrom
Physical Properties and Seismic Expression of Shale Structures in Thick Sedimentary Basins with Petroleum Interests, Juan I. Soto, Granada University

Halokinesis and the post-Messinian tectonics of the Levant Basin, Ciprian Razvan Verdes, Imperial College London & IFP Energie Nouvelle
Source-sink systems and provenance
Thermal history and provenance studies of the Scillato wedge top basin (central-northern Sicily, Italy) by means of vitrinite reflectance and XRD on clay minerals, Paolo Martizzi, University Roma Tre
Inception of the Continental Scale Danube River: on the Time of its Arrival into the Black Sea Basin as it Formed from Segmented Paratethyan Basins, Csaba Krezsek, OMV Petrom
Stratigraphic challenges in the Tethys and Paratethys
Triassic-Paleozoic reservoir depositional environments in the Western Moesian Platform. Insights gained from core and lithology dataLorena Andreea Apachitei, OMV Petrom S.A
Timing and sedimentation of foredeep deposits from Gura Vitioarei section, Carpathian Bend zone, Romania – implications for the stratigraphy of Early Miocene in the Paratethys domain, Razvan Ionut Bercea, OMV Petrom
Fractured Devonian – Carboniferous and Triassic reservoir Characterization: An Integrated Evaluation of Mature Oil Field, Turburea – Bibesti, Daniela Dumitrita Didiliuc, OMV Petrom
Lower Triassic Red Beds – Reservoir evaluation based on facies variabilitySandra Eliana Ene, OMV Petrom S.A
Characteristics of Deep Lake Clinoforms and their Deposits in the Dacian Basin of Romania, Csaba Krezsek, OMV Petrom
The lithostratigraphic units of the Outer Carpathians in Poland south of Krakow, Jan Golonka, AGH University of Science and Technology

Unconventional Exploration
Criteria in the choosing of the adequate geological formations for the shale gas assessment. Case study: Romania, Octavian Coltoi, Geological Institute of America
Source rocks in the Ediacaran deposits from southwestern part of East European Platform, Ion Francovschi, University of Bucharest
Paleogeography, paleoclimate and organic productivity of the Eastern European Platform in Poland, Jan Golonka, AGH University of Science and Technology
3D regional structural-parametric modeling of petroleum area as the key to recognition of geological conditions of unconventional gas accumulations in the Baltic Sea basin of Poland, Marek Hajto, AGH University of Science and Technology
Preliminary recognition of occurrence of unconventional gas accumulations in the argillaceous formation of the Autochthonous Miocene succession in the Polish part of Carpathian Foredeep, Bartosz Papiernik, AGH University of Science and Technology

Student Poster Session 
Tsunami in Lake Pannon: Boulder beds on a Late Miocene lacustrine rocky shore, Soma Budai, Eötvös Lorand University
The effect of Late Triassic extension on eoalpine thrusting in the Keszthely Hills, West Hungary, Gabor Heja, MTA-ELTE
Anatomy and facies characterization of turbidite channel fill deposits: a case study from the Gorgoglione Flysch Formation, Southern Italy, Alan Pitts, University of Camerino
Shale gas potential of the Lower Silurian (Llandovery) section from the Podlasie basin - results of organic matter studies from Tłuszcz IG-1, Justyna Rosek, Jagiellonian University
Sediment routing in confined turbidite basins of Lake Pannon, Lilla Tokes, Eötvös Loránd University
The Oligocene black shales depositional environment revealed by pyrite framboid diameter distribution and biomarkers, Tarcău Nappe, Eastern Outer Carpathians, Romania, Małgorzata Wendorff, Jagiellonian University
Combined modeling of brittleness and natural fracture network - case study from the Baltic Basin, Gabriel Zabek, AGH University of Science and Technology