We would like to warmly invite you to attend the annual MSc Petroleum Geoscience Symposium on the 5th September 2017. More information will follow during the summer, but for now, please put the date in your diaries or get in touch if you have any questions.
A team from the MSc Petroleum Geoscience course were selected to represent the University in this year’s AAPG Imperial Barrel Competition. In this global competition, University teams analyse a dataset provided from the Oil/Gas industry, spending 8 weeks of their own time to interpret and assess the data for petroleum exploration, before showcasing their findings […]
Downloadable programme for the 2016 Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium.
Programme Now Available. This years MSc Petroleum Geoscience Symposium will take place on Tuesday 6th September 2016. The day will include a series of oral and poster presentations of the projects undertaken by this years MSc Petroleum Geoscience students.
The Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 6th September 2016. Further details including the provisional programme will be made available in the summer. For further information please contact Lynne White.
The Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium will be held on Wednesday 2nd September 2015. The provisional programme is now available to download. For further information please contact Lynne White.
Following the successful first symposium in honour of the late Professor David Roberts in 2014 we have inaugurated a biannual conference devoted to passive margins called The Roberts Conference. The meeting is programmed for the 6th – 8th of April 2016 at Royal Holloway University of London.
This years MSc Petroleum Geoscience Symposium will take place on Thursday 4th September 2014. The day will include a series of oral and poster presentations of the projects undertaken by this years MSc Petroleum Geoscience students.
The date for this years annual STAR consortium meeting will take place on Tuesday 2nd September 2014. The day will include a series of presentations and discussions regarding the research activities of the Fault Dynamics Research Group.
Members of the Fault Dynamics Research Group will be in attendance at the “Geometry and Growth of Normal Faults” conference being held at the Geological Society of London’s Burlington House.