Technical Program

Tuesday, May 14 – Morning
Seismic Interpretation Case Histories
Room: Glen Room 205
Chair(s): Robert Gunning & Ron Wier
8:35 - 9:00 Investigating the role of crestal faulting on hydrocarbon trapping in rollover structures of the Sable Subbasin, Offshore Nova Scotia - Insights from the Migrant Structure.
Kenneth T. Martyns-Yellowe, Grant D. Wach, Frank W. Richards, Neil Watson
9:00 - 9:25 Application of high resolution 2D marine seismic technique for geological and geotechnical objectives at Paterson Lake South Triple R Uranium Deposit
Sorin Dobrovicescu, Ross McElroy, Ray Ashley
9:25 - 9:50 Cataloguing and Evolution of Structures in Southern Sindh Monocline, Indus Basin, Pakistan Formed in Multi-Extensional Tectonic Episodes of Indian Plate
Sarfraz Hussain Solangi, Shabeer Ahmed, Muhammad Akram Qureshi, Mohammad Shahid, Uzair Hamid Awan
9:50 - 10:35


10:35 - 11:00 Collisional Tectonics and its Effects on Hydrocarbon Entrapment and Progression: A Case Study From Potwar Plateau, NW Corner of Indian Plate
Rana Faisal Shahzad*, Uzair Hamid Awan, Shabeer Ahmed Abbasi
11:00 - 11:25 Post-Stack Seismic image optimization for Fracture Seismic Attributes – A practical guide of the SSIO methodology
Ricardo De Oliveira, Mariana Figuera
11:25 - 11:50 Gas Storage Case Study: Southwestern Ontario
Marissa Whittaker, Julie Clarke, Luc Gravel

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