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CBTH Presentations at Upcoming Meetings


IMAGE 2022 (August 28-September 2, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be presenting at IMAGE 2022 hosted by SEG-AAPG on August 28 - September 2, 2022. Click the links below to view the accepted abstracts, or click the logo above to visit the IMAGE 2022 meeting website for full details.

Monday, August 29, 2022 - INT 2: Structural Impact on Exploration and Production 1
Session Chairs: Craig Schneider and Adamu Suleiman
Location: 361
Synopsis: The effect of faults and fractures on production and geological interpretations.

Monday, 29 August 2022 - STUD P2: Petroleum Systems and Basin Tectonics
Session Chairs: Howard Harper and David Lankford-Bravo
Location: Poster Station 6
Synopsis: This session consists of selected abstracts of studies focusing on petroleum systems and the tectonic histories of basins.

Tuesday, 30 August 2022 - STGM 2 Tectonics and Structural Style
Session Chairs: Mohammed Alsaleh and Marie Etchebes
Location: 372
Synopsis: Regional-scale studies focused on the tectonic evolution and stratigraphic development of various basins and settings worldwide.

Tuesday, 30 August 2022 - STGM 3 Structural Interpretation and Modeling
Session Chairs: Seth Busetti and Estibalitz Ukar
Location: 372
Synopsis: Modeling, machine learning, and computer vision approaches for understanding deformation processes and predicting fault and fracture occurrence.




Second EAGE Workshop on Advanced Seismic Solutions in the Gulf of Mexico (September 7-8, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the Second EAGE Workshop on Advanced Seismic Solutions in the Gulf of Mexico on September 7-8, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




Fourth EAGE/HGS Conference on Latin America (September 14-16, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the Fourth EAGE/HGS Conference on Latin America on September 14-16, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




HGS Student Expo (September 19-20, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the HGS Student Expo on September 19-20, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




UH Energy Career Fair (September 21, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be attending the UH Energy Career Fair on September 21, 2022. Stay tuned for more details.




HGS-PESGB Africa Conference - The Future of G&G in Africa's E&P: Skills, Transition, & Resources (September 26-28, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers have submitted abstracts to present at the HGS-PESGB Africa Conference - The Future of G&G in Africa's E&P: Skills, Transition, & Resources on September 26-28, 2022. See below for a full list of accepted presentations.

  • Mohamed Abdelfatah, Paul Mann, and Philip Ball - Distribution, thickness, and kinematics of Middle Miocene salt in the Northern Red Sea rift basin
    ABSTRACT: 2D seismic reflection data tied to exploration wells are used to investigate the distribution of evaporites along the Egyptian margin of the northern Red Sea. We document the timing and distribution, thickness, and kinematics of the Miocene Red Sea evaporitic body. We observe that the dominant deposition of halitic evaporites in the Red Sea is closely correlated to the global Middle Miocene climate cooling event ~13.8 Ma. Salt thickness maps indicate that the salt thickness is not uniform across the northwestern margin and is instead thickest basinwards of the necking domain where the largest and thickest salt body is located to the west of the Mabahiss Deep in the Egyptian margin. Structurally we observe salt withdrawal structures along the proximal domain and down-dip compressional structures. We also observe allochthonous salt bodies flowing in a basinwards (northeastward) direction. One exception to this rule is in the northernmost Red Sea, where we observe both easterly and westerly verging salt bodies indicating asymmetry in the nascent rift axis of the northern Red Sea. In the southern Red Sea where oceanic crust is better developed than in the northern area, we observe a correlation of basement highs, axial deeps and pinch outs or absences of the main mapped evaporite body. This more complex salt distribution is likely related to mobilized salt that has not moved fast enough to expand laterally to cover the newly formed axial domains of oceanic crust. In the region of the northeast-trending Zabargad Fracture Zone we observe a thinner salt body to the north of the fracture zone and a thicker salt body to the south of the fracture zone and in the direction of the deeper and more developed oceanic crust of the central Red Sea.



First EAGE Guyana-Suriname Basin Conference (September 28-30, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the First EAGE Guyana-Suriname Basin Conference on September 28-30, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




CBTH Annual Sponsor Meeting (October 7, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be presenting virtually at the CBTH Annual Sponsor Meeting on October 7, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including the presentation schedule




38th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Perkins-Rosen Research Conference (December 5-7, 2022)

CBTH postdoctoral researcher Dr. Sharon Cornelius will present at the 38th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Perkins-Rosen Research Conference on December 5-7, 2022. See below for more information:

  • Sharon Cornelius - Variations in carbonate deposition along the eastern Brazilian Atlantic Margin from Sergipe Alagoas to Pelotas Basins during the Upper Cretaceous (79 to 112 Ma)



AAPG Virtual Symposium - South Atlantic Conjugate Margins: Reconnecting Basins with Recent Discoveries and Exploration Opportunities (December 6-8, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the AAPG Virtual Symposium - South Atlantic Conjugate Margins: Reconnecting Basins with Recent Discoveries and Exploration Opportunities on December 6-8, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




AGU Fall Meeting 2022 (December 12-16, 2022)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at the AGU Fall Meeting on December 5-7, 2022. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




GeoGulf 2023 (April 23-25, 2023)

CBTH students and researchers will be submitting abstracts to present at GeoGulf 2022 on April 23-25, 2023. Stay tuned for more details, including accepted presentations.




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