OFFICIAL PROGRAM

of the

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS
15–18 November 2009 | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

International Conference & Exhibition

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Table of Contents
AAPG Center AAPG Convention Staff AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration Abstracts CD-ROM Alumni Event Conference at a Glance Conference Hotel Information Conference Shuttle Conference Staff Office Cyber C@fé Electronic Capturing End-of-Day Receptions Exhibitor Listing Exhibitor Products/Services Cross-Reference Exhibition Schedule Field Trips Floor Plan Guest Registration Guest Tours Icebreaker Reception International Pavilion Judges Information Letter from the General Chair Local Information Luggage Check Luncheons Monday Afternoon Oral Monday Morning Oral Monday Posters Nex Level Tours No Smoking Policy Online Conference Itinerary Planner Opening Ceremony Organizing Committee Panel Session: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Parking at Riocentro 13 7 4 60 9 11 62 61 61 60 60 9 42 48 60 56 53 60 57 9 47 60 3 60 61 9 16 16 24 57 61 61 8 7 8 61 Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Refreshment Breaks Registration Hours Room Assignments Safety and Security Information Short Courses and Guided Core Displays Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Speaker and Poster Presenters Cross-Reference Special Session: Leadership and Decision-Making in E&P: How to Leverage Cultural and Gender Differences Sponsors Student Activities Student Reception Technical Program at a Glance Transportation Tuesday Afternoon Oral Tuesday Morning Oral Wednesday Afternoon Oral Wednesday Morning Oral Wednesday Posters Advertiser Index AAPG ACE AAPG ICE APPEX diInternational ExxonMobil Hess HRT OGX Packers Plus Petrobras Saudi Aramco Schluberger Total 8 9 60 13 64 54 61 30

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Letter from the General Chair
As the General Chair for the 2009 International Conference & Exhibition (ICE), it is my pleasure to welcome you to Rio de Janeiro for what will be an outstanding week for the international petroleum exploration community.

The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and Associação Brasileira de Geólogos de Petróleo (ABGP) have assembled a world-class technical program to be presented by international leaders in geosciences. Petroleum E&P professionals at any stage of their career — from student to expert level — will benefit from more than 300 oral and poster presentations, special sessions and luncheons. Be sure to explore the Exhibition Hall, where companies of all sizes will be on hand to demonstrate, discuss and display the latest technologies and services available. The time you spend here is an investment in your career and your company. Enjoy everything ICE has to offer.

Haroldo Lima

General Director of ANP Agência Nacional do Petróleo, Gás Natural e Biocombustíveis General Chair

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Presidents’ Samba Celebration
Come, relax and network with friends, clients and suppliers at the AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration. This tropical-themed party will put you in a Rio frame of mind in no time. Monday, 16 November, 20:30 Windsor Barra Hotel, Av. Sernambetiba, 2630 Pick up your tickets at Registration

AAPG/ABGP

DIAMOND SPONSORS

Poster Sessions • Featured Speaker Luncheon Student Reception • Special Student Program

VIP Dinner • Field Trip/Short Courses Special Student Program

Conference Briefcase • Student Registration Assistance for Field Trips and Short Courses AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration Oral Sessions • Presenter Support Exhibition Hall Refreshments • Volunteer Support

General Fund

General Fund • Technical Program and Registration Announcement

General Fund

TITANIUM SPONSORS

AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration • Student and Faculty Lounge • Student Registration Support

PLATINUM SPONSORS

Lanyards • Directional Signage • Oral Sessions

General Fund

Abstract CD • Program Book

Cyber C@fé • Datapages Free Download Cards

GOLD SPONSORS

AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration

General Fund

General Fund

AAPG/ABGP Presidents’ Samba Celebration

SILVER SPONSORS

Registration

Oral Sessions • General Fund

Oral Sessions • Field Trip/Short Course Registration Assistance BRONZE SPONSORS

Oral Sessions Field Trip/Short Course Registration Assistance

Field Trip/Short Course Registration Assistance

Oral Sessions

General Fund

General Fund Field Trip/Short Course Registration Assistance PATRON SPONSORS

Presenter Gifts

General Fund • Guest Program

General Fund

General Fund

General Fund

Organizing Committee

Haroldo Lima

Marcio Rocha Mello

Nilo Chagas de Azambuja Filho

Pinar O. Yilmaz

Nahum Schneidermann

John M.A. Forman

Claudia Rassi

Sylvia dos Anjos

Erik Mason

Wagner Peres

Nils Telnaes

Ricardo Bedregal

Pedro Zalan

Vitor Abreu

Francisco E. G. da Cruz

Wilson R. Winter

Almério B. França

Paulo Octavio Gomes

Gustavo Barbosa

Egberto Pereira

Michael Seidner

Lesley Rocha Mello

Ludmila Azambuja

Joana Seidner

Mônica Figueiredo

Miriam Oliveira

Organizing Committee
General Chair Haroldo Lima Director of ANP, Brazil’s National Petroleum Agency Vice Chair Marcio Rocha Mello (HRT) Technical Program Co-Chairs Nilo Chagas de Azambuja Filho (HRT) Pinar O. Yilmaz (ExxonMobil) Steering Committee Chair Nahum Schneidermann (Chevron) Sponsorship Co-Chairs John M.A. Forman (J. Forman Consultant) Claudia Rassi (Chevron)

Technical Program Committee
Oral Sessions Co-Chairs Sylvia dos Anjos (Petrobras) Erik Mason (Shell) Wagner Peres (Devon) Poster Sessions Co-Chairs Nils Telnaes (StatoilHydro) Ricardo Bedregal (Vale) Short Courses Co-Chairs Pedro Zalan (Petrobras) Vitor Abreu (ExxonMobil) Field Trips Co-Chairs Francisco E.G. da Cruz (Petrobras) Wilson R. Winter (Petrobras) Core Session Chair Almério B. França (Petrobras) Judging Co-Chairs Paulo Octavio Gomes (Hess) Gustavo Barbosa (ANP) Student Activities Co-Chairs Egberto Pereira (UERJ) Michael Seidner (ExxonMobil)

Guest Hospitality Program Co-Chairs
Lesley Rocha Mello Ludmila Azambuja Joana Seidner

Organized By
American Association of Petroleum Geologists 1444 South Boulder Avenue Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119-3604 USA Phone: +1 888 945 2274 ext. 617 (toll free U.S. and Canada) +1 918 584 2555 Website: www.AAPG.org E-mail: convene@aapg.org

Host Society
Associação Brasileira de Geólogos de Petróleo

ABGP Representatives
Mônica Figueiredo and Miriam Oliveira Phone: +55 21 9463 1947 E-mail: monica@abgp.com.br

AAPG Convention Staff Steph Benton
Sales Manager

Dana Patterson Free

Special Programs Administrator

Julie Simmons Vern Stefanic

Marketing Manager Opening Ceremony Producer Managing Editor, EXPLORER

Kim Van Delft

Theresa Curry Terri Duncan

Operations Coordinator Technical Programs Coordinator

Randa Reeder-Briggs
Operations Manager

Exhibitor and Attendee Services Supervisor

Kyle Walker

Jean Reynolds

Events Coordinator

Kerrie Stiles

Graphics and Production Coordinator

Administrative Assistant

Alan Wegener

Global Development and Convention Director

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Highlights
Special Events
Opening Ceremony Date: Sunday, 15 November Time: 16:30–18:00 Location: Pavilion 5, Room 101 Fee: Included with conference registration When the International Conference & Exhibition is held in a city famous for its Carnival celebrations, samba music and charm, you know the Opening Ceremony is going to be exhilarating. Come join the excitement during this traditional kick-off to the conference as General Chair Haroldo Lima and Conference Vice Chair Marcio Rocha Mello preside over a multimedia event that will inspire and motivate you to go broader, further and deeper in your career. The ABGP will bestow Distinguished Achievement Awards upon the following respected geoscientists for their contributions to the industry: • Guilherme Estrella (Petrobras) • William L. Fisher (Barrow Chair and Professor at the Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas, Austin) • Celso Lucchesi (Petrobras) • Marilia Regali (HRT) • Pinar O. Yilmaz (ExxonMobil) • Sergio Possato (Petrobras) Joining them onstage will be AAPG President John Lorenz and other dignitaries, all providing you with insight to the events awaiting you at the conference. You’ll be dazzled by the sights and sounds of Rio and inspired to follow the festivities all the way to the exhibition hall for the Icebreaker Reception. Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Date: Monday, 16 November Time: 09:30–12:30 Location: Pavilion 5, Room 101 Fee: Included with conference registration Co-Chairs: Mario Carminatti (Petrobras), Kim Bates (ExxonMobil) Global energy demand continues to grow each year as a result of the economic expansion of developing countries and the need for increasing energy in industrialized nations. Drivers that shape energy demand are part of the complex interplay between producers and consumers in an environment of changing prices, with high cost and stakes for the industry. Recent changes in the financial markets played a role in overall curbing of demand that created spare production capacity, while increasing efficiency in some areas. Industry needs to be innovative and flexible in such times to leverage opportunities presented in this high-stakes environment. Some of the issues include availability of capital for large and small projects, environmental regulations and climate change policies, R&D investment, staff development and needs of governments, communities and individuals. There is no perfect solution, but there is a set of integrated solutions. Technology is the key to bring these integrated solutions together. Technology, along with teamwork and partnerships between industry and government, are needed to meet today’s complex challenges. Plenary session speakers will address different aspects of the issues facing the industry. Confirmed speakers include: • Jose Sergio Gabrielli de Azevedo (Chairman, Petrobras) • Mark W. Albers (Senior Vice President, Exxon Mobil Corporation) • Amin Nasser (Senior Vice President E&P, Saudi Aramco) • Yves-Louis Darricarrere (President E&P, Total) • Andrew Gould (Chairman, Schlumberger) Panel Session: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Date: Tuesday, 17 November Time: 09:00–12:30 Location: Pavilion 5, Room 201 Fee: Included with conference registration Co-Chairs: Marcio Rocha Mello (HRT), Nils Telnae (StatoilHydro) and Aboud Afifi (Saudi Aramco), Recent discoveries by Petrobras and its partners have dominated world headlines for the past two years, thanks to several significant breakthroughs in the subsalt targets in the offshore Santos Basin. These finds, along with those in Africa and the Middle East, will have significant economic impact for the coming decades as well as further the development of advanced concepts of exploration and drilling. Panelists will discuss recent giant fields and the paradigm shifts that enabled such discoveries with innovation and technology. Speakers include: • Pete Carragher (Vice President, Geoscience and Exploration, BP Access and Exploration Unit) • Yves Grosjean (Vice President Exploration Coordination & Portfolio Management, Total E&P) • Paul Haryott (General Manager of Exploration, Chevron Africa and Latin America EMP) • Solange Guedes (Executive Director, Petrobras) • Malcolm Brown (Senior Vice President, Exploration, BG Group) • Scott Cameron (Vice President, Deepwater Exploration and Appraisal, Americas, Shell) • Satish Pai (Vice President of Operations, Schlumberger Oilfield Services)

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Special Session: Leadership and Decision-Making in E&P: How to Leverage Cultural and Gender Differences Date: Wednesday, 18 November Time: 09:00–11:30 Location: Pavilion 5, Level 2, Room 210 Fee: Included with conference registration Co-Chairs: A. Lara and C. Lacerda Global energy demand is on the rise and the need to meet this demand has accelerated E&P operations around the world. The E&P industry is faced with numerous challenges that include availability of large capital for projects big and small, investment in R&D, technology innovation, staff development and leadership. Corporations and management value cultural diversity in thought and incorporate these in making better business decisions. Research has identified that each individual has different ways to approach leadership based on cultural and diversity preferences; these preferences are, on average, different for men and women. Our high-level executive speakers share their success stories and discuss ways to leverage leadership into E&P business success — the Americas experience. Speaker include: • Solange Guedes, Petrobras (invited) • Kim Bates (Vice President Americas, ExxonMobil Exploration Company) • Magda Chambriard (Director, ANP) • Gretchen Gillis (AAPG Executive Editor-Books and Schlumberger) • Marcio Rocha Mello (CEO, HRT)

End-of-Day Receptions Date: Monday, 16 November —Tuesday, 17 November Time: 18:00–19:30 Location: Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Fee: Included with conference registration After the oral presentations conclude Monday and Tuesday, make your way to the exhibition hall to enjoy refreshments. While visiting exhibitors and discussing their technologies and services, enjoy the hospitality Rio is known for with an array of hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Student Reception Date: Monday, 16 November Time: 19:00–20:00 Location: Windsor Barra Hotel, Windsor Room Fee: Included with conference registration All registered students and faculty are invited to attend this networking event where they can enjoy light food and drinks. Read more about this and other student activities on page 58. Alumni Event Please join the University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences for a friends and alumni cocktail reception on Tuesday, 17 November. The reception will be held in the Windsor Room at the Windsor Barra Hotel, Av. Semambetiba, 2630 – Barra da Tijuca – Rio de Janeiro from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

Networking Events
Icebreaker Reception Date: Sunday, 15 November Time: 18:00–20:00 Location: Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Fee: Included with conference registration Get a sneak peek at the exhibition hall and enjoy food and drinks with attendees from around the globe during the Icebreaker Reception. This is a great way to network, catch up with colleagues and make new friends. Refreshment Breaks Date: Monday, 16 November — Wednesday, 18 November Time: 10:25–10:45 / Pavilion 5, Level 2 (Tue/Wed) 15:25–16:05 / Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Fee: Included with conference registration Take a break from the oral presentations and enjoy complimentary beverages in the common area. In the afternoon, we’ll also offer complimentary refreshments on the floor of the Exhibition Hall.

LUNCHEONS
Featured Speaker Luncheon Date: Monday, 16 November Time: 12:30–14:00 Location: Pavilion 5, Room 101 Speaker: Dilma Rousseff, Chair of Petrobras Board Fee: US$40 The Featured Speaker Luncheon is an annual tradition of the International Conference & Exhibition. This year’s invited speaker is Dilma Rousseff, Chief of Staff of Brazil. She is also chair of the Board of Director of Petrobras and former Energy Minister. Doors open at 12:15. Make plans to reserve a seat for yourself — and perhaps a colleague — so you can rest, refresh and enjoy what’s sure to be an informative presentation. Exhibitor-Sponsored Luncheon Date: Wednesday, 18 November Time: 12:30–14:00 Location: Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Fee: Included with conference registration Attendees are invited to a free lunch — courtesy of the exhibitors. AAPG and ABGP wish to thank the exhibitors for their generous sponsorship of this event. Complimentary lunch for all attendees and registered guests will be available throughout the Exhibition Hall on Wednesday.

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2009 AAPG International Conference & energy is your energy Our Exhibition

Conference at a Glance
SUNDAY, 15 NOVEMBER TIME
08:00–19:00 08:00–14:00 16:30–18:00 18:00–20:00 18:00–20:00

EVENT
Registration Guest Tour 2: Half-Day Corcovado and Hippie Fair in Ipanema Opening Ceremony Icebreaker Reception Exhibition

LOCATION
Pavilion 5, Level 1, Registration Hall See hotel pickup points on page 57 Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

MONDAY, 16 NOVEMBER TIME
08:00–17:00 08:00–08:45 09:30–12:30 11:00–20:00 11:00–20:00 11:00–18:00 11:00–20:00 12:30–14:00 14:00–17:45 15:25–16:05 18:00–19:30 19:00–20:00 20:30–22:30

EVENT
Registration Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Cyber C@fe Exhibition Poster Sessions Student & Faculty Lounge Featured Speaker Luncheon Oral Sessions Refreshment Break End-of-Day Reception Student Reception Tropical Party

LOCATION
Pavilion 5, Level 1, Registration Hall Pavilion 5, Level 1, Room 101 Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Level 1, Room 101 Pavilion 5, Level 1 and 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Windsor Barra Hotel, Windsor Room Windsor Barra Hotel

TUESDAY, 17 NOVEMBER TIME
08:00–17:00 08:00–08:45 08:00–14:00 09:00–12:30 09:00–17:45 10:00–17:00 10:25–10:45 11:00–20:00 11:00–20:00 11:00–18:00 11:00–20:00 15:25–16:05 18:00–19:30

EVENT
Registration Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Guest Tour 4: Downtown, Sugar Loaf and National Historical Museum Panel Session: Giant Fields of the Decade Oral Sessions AAPG Student Education Day Refreshment Break Exhibition Cyber C@fe Poster Sessions Student & Faculty Lounge Refreshment Break End-of-Day Reception

LOCATION
Pavilion 5, Level 1, Registration Hall Pavilion 5, Level 1 See hotel pickup points on page 57 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Level 1 and 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2, Room 210 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

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Conference at a Glance
WEDNESDAY, 18 NOVEMBER TIME
08:00–14:00 08:00–08:45 09:00–11:30 09:00–17:45 10:25–10:45 11:00–16:30 11:00–16:30 11:00–16:00 11:00–16:30 12:30–14:00 15:25–16:05 20:30 20:30

EVENT
Registration Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Special Session: Leadership and Decision-Making Oral Sessions Refreshment Break Exhibition Cyber C@fe Poster Sessions Student & Faculty Lounge Exhibitor Sponsored Luncheon Refreshment Break Field Trip 4: Petroleum Systems of the Recóncavo Basin† Field Trip 5: Paleozoic Petroleum Systems of the Intracratonic Paraná Basin††

LOCATION
Pavilion 5, Level 1, Registration Hall Pavilion 5, Level 1, Room 101 Pavilion 5, Level 2, Room 210 Pavilion 5, Level 1 and 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2, Mezzanine Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Departs from and returns to Salvador, Bahia Departs from Curitiba, Paraná and returns to Foz de Iguacu, Paraná

THURSDAY, 19 NOVEMBER TIME
09:00–17:00 09:00–17:00 09:00–17:00 09:00–17:00

EVENT
Workshop 9: Guided Core Display: Brazilian Tertiary and Cretaceous Turbidites and Associated Facies Student Short Course 10: Integrated Basin and Play Analysis Short Course 11: 3-D Petroleum System Modeling Student Short Course 12: Seismic Amplitude Interpretation

LOCATION
Windsor Guanabara Hotel Windsor Guanabara Hotel Windsor Guanabara Hotel Windsor Guanabara Hotel

FRIDAY 20 NOVEMBER TIME
09:00–17:00 09:00–17:00

EVENT
Short Course 11: 3-D Petroleum System Modeling (continued) Student Short Course 12: Seismic Amplitude Interpretation (continued)

LOCATION
Windsor Guanabara Hotel Windsor Guanabara Hotel

See Conference Shuttle Schedule on page 61. / † Continues through 21 November / †† Continues through 22 November

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Room Assignments
FUNCTION
AAPG Center AAPG Conference Staff Office AAPG Student Education Day Cyber C@fe End-of-Day Receptions Exhibition Exhibition Food Court Exhibitor-Sponsored Luncheon Featured Speaker Luncheon First Aid House of Delegates Breakfast House of Delegates Reception Icebreaker Reception Judges Room Lost and Found Luggage Check Opening Ceremony Oral Session Halls Plenary Session Press Room Poster Sessions Refreshment Breaks – Afternoon Refreshment Breaks – Morning Registration, Housing, Information and Tours Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Speakers Service Center Special Session: Leadership and Decision-Making Student and Faculty Lounge

PAVILION
Pavilion 2 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 and 2 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 1 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 5, Level 2 Pavilion 2

LOCATION
Exhibition Hall Room 102A Room 210 Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Room 101 Room 209 Mezzanine Exhibition Hall Room 206 Registration Registration Room 101 Rooms 103, 201, 202, 203, 204 Room 101 Room 104 Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Mezzanine Registration Room 101 Room 205 Room 210 Exhibition Hall

AAPG Center
AAPG/Datapages Point. Click. Download. The world’s largest upstream literature archive is at your fingertips. See the online AAPG Bulletin, Bulletin Archives (free to AAPG members) and more than 500,000 published pages in our archives. Bookstore Browse our books before you purchase. Buy on-site or take a catalog to order online for home delivery. More than a dozen new publications have been released in the last 12 months. Communications AAPG’s news publication is the Explorer and its science journal is the Bulletin. The association’s Web site is located at www.AAPG.org. AAPG also produces the public-focused site, www.petroleumgeology.org. Education/Distinguished Lecturer See the latest education programs AAPG is offering. You can pick up fliers for upcoming courses and Hedberg conferences and get more information about our “Training Partners” program. Foundation Learn about the many programs and projects sponsored by the AAPG Foundation. Global Events The learning doesn’t stop when the AAPG 2009 International Conference & Exhibition ends. You’ll find AAPG events worldwide, including: • IPTC— Meeting the energy needs of a growing world economy, 7-9 December 2009, Doha, Qatar, www.IPTCnet.org/2009/ • APPEX —The global forum to buy, sell and promote international upstream E&P deals with key international players, 2-4 March 2010, London, www.appexlondon.com • GEO 2010 — 7-10 March, Manama, Bahrain • AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition — 11-14 April 2010, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, www. AAPG.org/NewOrleans • AAPG International Conference & Exhibition, 15-18 September, Calgary, AB, Canada • GEO India — South Asia’s Geosciences Conference and Exhibition, 8-10 December 2010, New Delhi, India Membership Visit the AAPG Center to familiarize yourself with AAPG benefits and services, apply for membership, pay dues and change your address. Divisions information will be available as will information on Student Benefits and the Visiting Geologist program.

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Technical Program at a Glance
Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 101 Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 201 Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 202 Basin Modeling I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 203 Exploration in Deepwater Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 Geophysics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Monday. . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 103 Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Unconventional Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Salt Basins E&P Challenges I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Innovation and Technology — New Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Basin Genetics — How Things Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Salt Basins E&P Challenges II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Structural Traps and Seals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I . . . . .Oral . . . . .Tuesday . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 201 . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 202 . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 203 . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 . . . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 103 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 201 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 202 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 203 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 . . . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 103

Reservoir Characterization I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 201 Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 202 New and Emerging Regions — New Ways to Look at Old Plays, . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 203 New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 Basin Modeling II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . AM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 103 Reservoir Characterics II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 201 E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 202 New and Emerging Regions — New Ways to Look at Old Plays, . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 203 New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 204 Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II . . . . .Oral . . . . .Wednesday . . . PM . . . .Pavilion 5, Room 103 Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Risk Analysis & Assessment — Economic Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour I . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Formation Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall University Students Academic Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Monday. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour II . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday Salt Basins and E&P Basins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday New and Emerging Regions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday Unconventional Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday Geophysics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday University Students Academic Research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Poster . . .Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall . . . . . . . . . . . .Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

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Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Pavilion 5, Room 101 Co-Chairs: M. Carminatti and K. Bates 9:30 9:35 10:00 10:25 10:50 11:15 11:40 12:30 Introductions Jose Sergio Gabrielli de Azevedo, Chairman, Petrobras Mark W. Albers, Senior Vice President, Exxon Mobil Corporation Amin Nasser, Senior Vice President E&P, Saudi Aramco Yves-Louis Darricarrere, President E&P, Total Andrew Gould, Chairman, Schlumberger Questions/Answers Session Adjourns 16:45 17:05 T. Bover-Arnal, R. Salas, J. A. Moreno-Bedmar, K. Bitzer: Outcrop-Scale Identification of Forced and Normal Regressive Deposits in Carbonate Systems: An Aptian Example from the Western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain, Spain) G. Badalini, F. Brouwer, R. S. Bourque, R. Blight, G. de Bruin: Regional Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis of Regional 2-D Lines in the Central Santos Basin, Offshore Brazil R. Higgs: Why Do Siliciclastic Shelves Exist? How Do They Differ From “Ramp Margins”? New Sequence Stratigraphic Aspects Vital for Petroleum Exploration

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Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Pavilion 5, Room 202 Co-Chairs: G. F. Hebertson, A. Olivera-Riley and J. A. Cupertino 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks C. C. Lima, O. Pessoa, P. Vasconcelos, I. O. Carmo, M. Da Guia Lima, F. Balsamo: The Role of Compressional Horizontal Stresses (σ1=SHmax) in the Evolution of the Potiguar Basin (NE Brazil) and the Age of Trap Formation for Its Main Reservoir (Açu Fm) S. G. Henry, A. Danforth, N. Kumar, S. Venkatraman: Paleogeographic Mapping of the South Atlantic: Jurassic Through Albian Evolution M. Guevara, L. Hawkins, L. Joaquim, D. Johnstone, W. Jones, J. Jose, A. Oliveira: Structural Development and Depositional History of the Lower Congo and Kwanza Basins Salt Tectonic Province, Angola P. Japsen, J. Bonow, P. F. Green, P. R. Cobbold, D. Chiossi, R. Lilletveit: Burial, Uplift and Exhumation History of the Atlantic Margin of NE Brazil Break I. Davison, L. Anderson, P. Gormly, P. Nutall: Geology and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Argentine Atlantic Margin O. A. Blaich, J. Faleide, F. Tsikalas: Conjugate Margin Studies in the South Atlantic R. P. Reis, N. Pimentel, A. Garcia: The Evolution of the Atlantic Margin of Iberia as Recorded in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal) C. J. Schenk: A Reassessment of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources of Basin in South America S. Beglinger, H. Doust, S. Cloetingh: Relating Petroleum System and Play Development to Basin Evolution: Brazilian South Atlantic Margin

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Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Pavilion 5, Room 201 Co-Chairs: T. R. Garfield, R. d’Avila and O. Martinsen 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks I. R. Sharp, R. L. Gawthorpe, J. Lukasik, J. Bernaus, D. Hunt: Mixed Carbonate-Clastic-Evaporite Depositional Systems in Rift Basins: Insights from the Suez Rift F. Hadler-Jacobsen, A. Groth, A. Serrano, K. Heieren, F. M. Liestøl: Temporal and Spatial Evolution of a Shelf to Toe-of-Slope System, Santos Basin Brazil — A HighResolution Seismic-Stratigraphic and -Geomorphic Case Study F. F. Vesely, R. d’Avila, D. Dias Filho, S. Santos: Upper Cretaceous Clastic Reservoirs of the Santos Basin: Depositional Style and Sequence Stratigraphy R. S. James, K. Durtnell: A Sequence Stratigraphic Correlation Across the Conjugate Margins of South America and Sub-Saharan Africa and Its Implications for Petroleum Exploration Break E. A. Mancini: Use of Sequence Stratigraphy as a Key Element in the Design of an Exploration Strategy for Microbial Buildups L. Arienti, H. Mucelini, R. C. Gontijo, H. Voelcker, V.S. Santos: Turbidite Systems and Their Stratigraphic Evolution in the Oligomiocene and Miocene of Campos Basin, Brazil

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Basin Modeling I Pavilion 5, Room 203 Co-Chairs: A. A. Bender, J-J. R. Biteau and L. A. Trindade 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks X. Guichet, S. Wolf, R. Pandi: Paleo-Fluid Flows and Present Hydrodynamic Conditions Improved by Basin Modeling Integrating Salinity Transport E. D. Mio, A. A. Bender, M. Mello, N. C. de Azambuja Filho, C. L. Jesus, P. Schmitt: 3-D Petroleum System Modeling in Deepwater Santos Area; Main Results and Considerations C. L. Jesus, A. A. Bender, Y. N. Soares: Sensitivity Analysis of Thermal and Hydraulic Properties and Their Impact on Petroleum Systems: Example from a Brazilian Case Study A. Lemrabott, P. R. Cobbold*: Physical Modeling of Fluid Overpressure and Compaction During Hydrocarbon Generation in Source Rock of Low Permeability Basin Break A. A. Bender, M. Mello, N. C. de Azambuja Filho, C. L. Jesus, P. Bruno: An Igneous Controlled Petroleum System: Estimating Petroleum Generation and Migration of the Solimões Basin Y. Tang: Advanced Chemistry of Basin Modeling — Predicting Fluid Properties and Using Field Gas Isotope to Constrain Basin Modeling Uncertainty J. E. Dahl, A. Bender, J. M. Moldowan, M. R. Mello: RICH — A Revolutionary New Technology for Developing New Plays in Mature Basins I. Faille, R. Traby*, A. Arbeaumont, J. Laigle: Incorporating Lateral Deformation and Modeling Fault Impact in Quantitative Petroleum Systems Evaluation A. A. Bender, H. A. Kemna*, M. Mello: Quantitative Assessment of Biodegradation in Hydrocarbon Fields of the Cabo Frio Area, Brazil

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Geophysics Pavilion 5, Room 103 Co-Chairs: M. Brouwers, S. Ji and L. Dillon 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks M. H. Krieger, O. Geisler: Reducing Uncertainty in Subsalt Interpretation: A Non-Seismic View on Integration J. Guilbot, G. Desrousseaux, S. Maud: Advanced Geophysical Methods for the Exploration and Characterization of Prospects and Fields in Deepwater Angola S. Ji: Improve Subsalt Image with Wide Azimuth Data in the Gulf of Mexico C. E. Helsing, D. Trainor: Work Processes to Mitigate Interpretation Pitfalls in Complex Imaging Environments Break J. L. Lewis, R. Eisenberg, E. Blumenthal: Merging Geology and Geophysics with Emerging Techniques in Subsalt Imaging A. I. Marini, F. Di Prete: The Added Value of Quantitative Seismic Integration in 3-D Prediction of Petrophysical Properties and Facies. A Case History from Tunisian Ghadames Basin A. D. Price, T. Lopez, A. Lucas, R. Yalamanchili: Frontier Onshore Basin Exploration Methodology: Starting from Scratch, Airborne Gravity and Magnetics Onshore Angola Y. Huang, S. Ji, B. Bai, C. Richardez: Pre-Salt Depth Imaging of Santos Basin, Brasil L. D. Dillon, G. Schwedersky, C. Nunes, J. Justen, E. Abreu: Rock Physics Modeling As a Tool to Improve Interpretation on Tight Gas Sands Reservoirs

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Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Pavilion 5, Room 201 Co-Chairs: M. Mello, N. Telnaes and A. Afifi 9:00 9:05 9:25 9:45 10:05 10:25 10:35 10:45 11:05 11:25 11:45 12:00 Introductions Pete Carragher, Vice President, Geoscience and Exploration, BP Access and Exploration Unit Yves Grosjean, Vice President Exploration Coordination & Portfolio Management, Total E&P Paul Haryott, General Manager of Exploration, Chevron Africa and Latin America EMP Solange Guedes, Executive Director, Petrobras Question and Discussion Break Malcolm Brown, Senior Vice President, Exploration, BG Group Scott Cameron, Vice President, Deepwater Exploration and Appraisal, Americas, Shell Satish Pai: Vice President of Operations, Schlumberger Oilfield Services Question/Answers Session Adjourns

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B. Leonal. R. Carvalho, R. Paiva, J. D. Favera*: Aptian Sequence Stratigraphy of the Southeastern Border of the Potiguar Basin, Rio Grande Do Norte, Brazil, Comprising Several “Pre-Salt” Oil and Gas Occurrences

Unconventional Resources Pavilion 5, Room 203 Co-Chairs: I. A. Russell, A. Al Mustafa and D. A. Carvajal 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks M. S. Ameen, K. MacPherson: Fracture and In-Situ Stress Characterization of the Unayzah-B/C Tight Gas Reservoir, South Haradh, Saudi Arabia C. M. Prince: Permeability Estimation in Tight Gas Sands Using NMR — A New Interpretive Methodology W. J. Haskett, C. Jenkins, J. D. Walls: Operational and Business Efficiency in Unconventional Projects R. Roundtree, L. Sedillos, J. Wright, J. Miskimins: Unconventional Resource Recovery Improvement Using Conventional Reservoir Engineering Strategies Break J. Miller: Chesapeake Energy’s Model for Gas Shale Exploration and Development S. Bergamaschi, R. Rodrigues, E. Pereira: Oil Shale from the Tremembé Formation, Taubaté Basin, Brazil G. M. Buhler, E. d’Huteau, F. Peñacorada, A. Exler: First Microseismic Acquisition in South America — Lajas Tight Gas Project — Neuquén, Argentina C. M. Jones, J. A. Dourado, H. F. Chaves: Gas Hydrates and Microbiological Processes

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Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Pavilion 5, Room 202 Co-Chairs: A. Olivera-Riley, A. Vear and N. D. Mala 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks P. V. Zalán, M. G. Severino, J. B. Oliveira, L. P. Magnavita, W. U. Mohriak, R. C. Gontijo, A. R. Viana, P. Szatmari: Stretching and Thinning of the Upper Lithosphere and Continental-Oceanic Crustal Transition in Southeastern Brazil C. Sanders, S. Sciamanna, A. Serrano: Restorations of the Santos Basin, Brazil: Basement Fault Activity from Rifting to Passive Margin J. W. Versfelt: South Atlantic Margin Rift Basin Asymmetry and Implications for Pre-Salt Exploration J. M. Caixeta, T. S. Ferreira, F. D. Lima, C. Francisco, A. S. Dias: Diachronous Rift System Along Bahia State Coast. An Example of Extended Crust and Mantle Exhumation in the South Atlantic Ocean Break N. Kumar, S. Henry, A. Danforth, P. Nutall, S. Venkataraman: Seismic Imaging of South Atlantic Continent-Ocean Boundary Through Deep, Long Offset, Prestack Depth Migrated (PSDM), 2-D Seismic Data N. Kusznir, T. H. Torsvik: S. Atlantic Plate Reconstruction Constrained Using Crustal Thickness and OCT Location Derived from Gravity Inversion: Implications for the Santos-Campos Brazilian Rifted Margin Segments D. L. Connolly, A. J. Catto*, P. Schmitt: Detecting Hydrocarbon Migration Pathways in Seismic Data from the Brazilian South Atlantic Margin

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Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Pavilion 5, Room 204 Co-Chairs: B. Wolff, T. Carpenter and S. King 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks R. Fainstein, W. U. Mohriak, B. A. Rasmussen: Salt Provinces Offshore Brazil and West Africa — Regional Seismic Lines I. Davison, L. Anderson, P. Nutall: Geometry and Facies Distribution of the Greater Brazilian Salt Basin P. Szatmari, W. U. Mohriak: Tectonic Control During Earth History of World’s Largest Petroleum-Bearing Salt Basins F. L. Fernandes, S. Rostirolla, F. T. T. Gonçalves, R. Bedregal: The Application of Inverse Modeling to Remove the Gravity Effect of Salt Structures Along the Brazilian Southeastern Marginal Basins Break M. G. Rowan, R. Hunsdale, S. D. Johnson: The Effects of Salt-Related Deformation on Depositional Profiles: The Example of the Wilcox in the Deepwater Subsalt Province of the Northern Gulf of Mexico B. Montaron, P. E. Tapponnier: A Quantitative Model for Salt Deposition in Actively Spreading Basins

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A. Belopolsky, J. Moore, A. Krassay, L. Pryer: Paleozoic Basins of Brazil: Challenges and Keys to Unlocking the Hydrocarbon Potential Break B. Carpentier, S. Pegaz-Fiornet, S. Wolf, I. Kowalewski: Local Grid Refinement in Basin Modeling — What For? K. M. Shokair, A. Plesch, J. Shaw: 3-D Structural Restoration Approach for Fracture Prediction — A Case Study from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia F. Cappanera, A. Cappelletti, I. El-Ageli, M. Fervari, C. Magistroni, C. Monesi*, F. Porrera, C. Rizzetto: Integrated Seismic Characterization and Reservoir Modelling in a Structurally Complex Carbonate Field, Libyan Offshore A. Kloppenburg, Z. Schleder, R. Polanco-Ferrar, L. F. Clausen, R. Bischke: 3-D Structural Restoration for Palinspastic Reservoir Modeling in the Lower Congo Basin, Angola B. A. Vining, C. A. Figueiredo, O. Kandjoze: Snowball Earth and the Search for Neoproterozoic Gas in Angola and Namibia

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Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Pavilion 5, Room 202 Co-Chairs: P. V. Zalán, I. Bahtiyar and P. Krois 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks B. J. Radovich, C. D. Connors, H. Inniss-King, H. Vincent, W. D. Clark, G. Kokaram: A Viable Exploration Play in Deepwater Trinidad with Fans, Structures, and Favorable Basin Models M. V. Maas: Basement-Cored Uplifts Related to MesoCenozoic Tectonism in the Amazonas and Solimões Basins — Northern Brazil S. Grain, P. King, C. Atkins: Palaeogeography of a MidMiocene Turbidite Complex, Moki Formation, Southern Taranaki Basin, New Zealand A. Motoki, S. Sichel, T. F. Campos, P. Szatmari, R. S. Soares: Active Uplift and Its Annual Rate of the Saint Peter-Saint Paul Peridotite Ridge, Equatorial Atlantic Ocean Break S. Rawat, R. Polanco-Ferrer, R. Dwivedy, A. K. Kaul, R. Krishan, R. Sundriyal, N. Kumar, J. Grocott: Structure and Evolution of the Kerala Basin, Offshore Southwest India C. I. Aristizábal, A. L. Ferrari, C. G. Silva: Mud Diapirism Associated to Neotectonic Transcurrent Leaky Faults in the Colombian Caribe — A Pass Way to Hydrocarbon Migration Z. Feng, C. Jia, S. Zhang, Z. Feng, M. Zheng: Controls on the Formation and Evolution of the Nonmarine Songliao Basin, Northeast China

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Innovation and Technology — New Applications Pavilion 5, Room 201 Co-Chairs: J. C. Phillips, C. Tadeu Fraga and B. Fryklund 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks M. H. Feeley: New Opportunities Identified from Improved Imaging of a Fold-and-Thrust Belt, LaBarge, Wyoming — A Case Study C. Pirmez, A. Cantelli, M. Hempton, R. Maestri, R. E. Ducker, P. L. Ferreira, G. Oliva: Large Scale Stratigraphic Modeling of Deepwater Reservoirs in the Laboratory C. Scholz: Modern Analogs of Lacustrine Carbonate Reservoir Facies: Examples from Tropical Lakes of the East African Rift System

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Basin Genetics — How Things Work Pavilion 5, Room 203 Co-Chairs: P O. Yilmaz, N. C. de Azambuja Filho and L. . Magnavita 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks S. Luthi, W. Athmer, R. Groenenberg, M. Donselaar: Sediment Transport Through Transfer Zones in Rift and Passive Margin Settings: Fundamental Differences Between Subaerial and Subaqueous Environments A. Roberts, N. Kusznir, R. Corfield, M. Thompson: Integrated Tectonic Basin Modeling as an Aid to Understanding Deepwater Rifted Continental Margin Structure and Location P. E. Potter, P. Szatmari : Global Miocene Tectonics and the Modern World T. B. Correa, G. P. Eberli, M. Grasmueck, K. Verwer: Morphometric Analyses and Habitat Characterization of a Deepwater Carbonate Depositional Environment Break M. Martins-Neto: Cause-and-Effect Relationship Between Discontinuities of the Continental Crust and Oceanic Fracture Zones in Marginal Sedimentary Basins S. Planke, A. Malthe-Sørenssen, H. Svensen, A. Mazzini: Structure, Formation and Petroleum Implications of Piercement Structures in Sedimentary Basins A. Mosquera, V. A. Ramos: An Integrated Tectonic Model for the Western Gondwana Late Paleozoic Deformation O. F. Bamidele, O. A. Ehinola: Fault Analysis, Stratigraphic Discontinuities and 3-D Structural Modeling of Tb-Field, Offshore Niger Delta

Structural Traps and Seals Pavilion 5, Room 204 Co-Chairs: F. R. Love, O. G. de Souza and N. Piggott 16:05 16:25 F. Love: TBA S. Fraser, S. Sumner, M. Lentini, R. J. Davies: Extensional Deformation and Understanding Rift Heat Flow — Implications for the Pre-salt of the South Atlantic S. L. Sulami, M. S. Ameen: Characterization of the Hercynian Unconformity, for Prospect Evaluation, Saudi Arabia S. Giger, J. H. Ter Heege, M. B. Clennell*, B. Ciftci, C. Delle Piane, B. B. Wassing, P. Clark, C. Harbers, F. Beekman, T. Yamasaki: Monitoring Changes to Fault Transmissibility During Clay Smear Development in Direct Shear Experiments of Clastic-Argillaceous Sequences Discussion

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Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Pavilion 5, Room 103 Co-Chairs: H. D. Penteado, D. Curry and S. Hajri 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks F. K. Rad, L. L. Warner, B. T. Kirby, S. Thompson: Relationship Between Seismic Amplitude and HC Migration Offshore Espirito Santo Basin, Brazil J. M. Moldowan, J. E. Dahl, F. A. Saleh, C. M. Ekweozor, M. Rangel, Z. Chen, M. Mello: New Technologies Improve Petroleum Source Typing and Process Delineation: Examples from Offshore Brazil, West Africa, U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Iraq A. Prinzhofer, F. R. Monreal, M. Fasola, G. Galliano: The Characterization of CO2 Origins in the Neuquen Basin (Argentina): Mantle Fluids Influence for Oil Maturity and Gas Composition L. A. Trindade, H. D. Penteado, E. Santos Neto, J. Cerqueira, J. Guzzo, M. Rangel, C. Araujo: Predicting Petroleum Origin, Type and Quality: Geochemistry at Work Break H. Svensen, I. Aarnes, S. Polteau, K. Fristad, S. Planke: Climate and Environmental Crises Caused by Natural Carbon Release J. A. Cañas, J. Pop, F. Dubost, D. Pomerantz, O. Mullins: Advanced Compositional Gradient Analysis

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14:45 Salt Basins E&P Challenges II Pavilion 5, Room 204 Co-Chairs: D. Cook, H. Krause and S. Johnsen 15:05 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks M. F. Caldas, P. V. Zalán: Kinematic Reconstitution and Tectono-Sedimentation Associated to Salt Domes in Deepwater of Santos Basin, Brazil W. U. Mohriak, P. Szatmari: Autochthonous and Allochthonous Salt Tectonics in Brazilian Sedimentary Basins

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P. Bruno, A. A. Bender, M. Mello, M. Barbosa: New Answers to Ancient Questions About the Lower Cretaceous Petroleum Systems of Onshore Alagoas Sub-Basin A. Balaguru: Structural Style, Petroleum System and Exploration Challenges of the NE Sabah Basin, Sabah (North Borneo), Malaysia P. Schmitt, M. Mello, A. A. Bender, V. Elias, P. J. Brooks: Direct Hydrocarbon Assessment in the Santos Basin by the Integration of Oil Slicks, Piston Core and Gas Chimneys

Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt Pavilion 5, Room 202 Co-Chairs: S. Anjos, C. Lacerda and P. Otavio Gomes 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks W. Gardiner, A. Tudoran, G. Karner, C. Johnson, I. Norton: Syn-Rift Sedimentation and Timing of Continental Break-Up of Santos and Campos Basins, Brazil L. A. Jensen, J. P. Teasdale: Basement Geology and Structural Modeling of the Santos Basin Pre-Salt, Brazil: “Bottom-up,” Predictive Basin Analysis S. Rostirolla, F. Fernandes, F. T. T. Gonçalves, R. Bedregal: Structural Anisotropy and Implications for the Oil and Gas Distribution Along the Campos and Santos Basin, Brazil P. Unternehr: Pre-Salt Evolution of the South Atlantic Conjugate Margins Break P. R. Cobbold, D. Chiossi, P. F. Green, P. Japsen, J. Bonow: Compressional Reactivation, Atlantic Margin of Brazil: Consequences for Hydrocarbon Exploration A. A. Bender, M. Mello, N. C. de Azambuja Filho: Rift Heat Flow Evolution of the Santos Basin S. G. Oreiro: A Proposal for a New Boundary Between Santos and Pelotas Basins, Southern Brasil N. C. de Azambuja Filho, A. A. Bender, P. Schmitt, M. Mello, A. Catto, M. Barbosa, E. D. Mio: Rift Evolution and Paleogeography of the Greater Campos Basin

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Reservoir Characterization I Pavilion 5, Room 201 Co-Chairs: R. Schiffer, J. M. Ajdukiewicz and S. Bowman 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks R. Schiffer, D. Dias Filho, F. F. Vesely: Differential Diagenesis and Reservoir Quality in a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework: Evidence from the Depositional Environment Controls in Santonian Sandstones, Santos Basin, Southeastern Brazil S. A. Guidry, D. Trainor, C. E. Helsing, A. L. Ritter: Diagenetic Facies in Lacustrine Carbonates: Implications for Brazilian Pre-Salt Reservoirs S. Schroeder, M. A. López-Horgue, E. Iriarte, P. A. Fernández-Mendiola, B. Caline, H. Corneyllie, J. Frémont, F. Walgenwitz: Diagenetic Model for FaultRelated Dolomitization in the Cretaceous of Northern Spain: Subsurface Reservoir Implications I. R. Sharp, P. Gillespie, D. Hunt, F. Lapponi, J. Garland: Fracture-Controlled Dolomite Reservoirs: An Outcrop Comparison Between Extensional, Compressional and Strike-Slip Settings Break S. I. Geetan, G. Handley, J. W. Versfelt: Structural Style and Its Role in Diagenesis of the Sergi Formation, Camamu Basin, Brazil D. Lavoie, G. Chi, M. Urbatsch, W. J. Davis: Massive Dolomitization of a Pinnacle Reef in the Lowermost Devonian West Point Formation (Québec, Canada) — An Extreme Case of Hydrothermal Dolomitization Through Fault-Controlled Circulation of Magmatic Fluids M. Ireland, R. J. Davies, N. R. Goulty: Complexity of Silica Diagenetic Reaction Zones at the Basin Scale S. Innocenti, M. Rudnicki, P. Rumelhart: Compaction Curve Dependence on Grain Size Distribution and Ductile Fraction: A Laboratory Study

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New and Emerging Regions — New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Pavilion 5, Room 203 Co-Chairs: I. Piazza, A. L. Tisi and S. Dalla 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks B. J. Radovich, S. Venkatraman, A. McGrail: Basin Floor Fans on Long-Offset, PSDM Data of East Africa and New Exploration Areas Compared to the Great Fan Plains of Gulf of Mexico and Nigeria P. Krois, K. Hannke, B. Novotny, T. Bayoumi, H. Hussein, G. Tari: The Emerging Deepwater Province of Northwest Egypt O. R. Lopez-Gamundi, E. A. Rossello, H. de Santa Ana: The Early Cretaceous Rift and Sag Phases in the Offshore Basins of Brazil and Uruguay: How Much in Common? R. Lutz, C. Gaedicke, K. Berglar, D. Franke, S. Schloemer, Y. S. Djajadihardja: Petroleum Systems of the Simeulue Forearc Basin off Sumatra, Indonesia Break A. S. Neves, D. De Sordi, V. I. Egorov: Frontier Basins Onshore Brazil

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M. Garcia-Gonzalez, R. Mier, L. Cruz, C. Penafort: Hydrocarbon Prospectivity of the Vaupes-Amazonas Basin, Colombia L. Marlow, N. Wattrus, J. Swenson, C. Kendall, K. Kornpihl: Levantine Basin Petroleum Systems: A Regional 2-D Basin Modeling Study M. Martins-Neto: The Neoproterozoic São Francisco Basin, Eastern Brazil, Geologic Evolution and Petroleum System

Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Pavilion 5, Room 204 Co-Chairs: J. M. Erich, C. Woodburn and H. Otaiba 9:00 9:05 Introductory Remarks D. Z. Tang, P. Rabiller, A. Gregory, P. Lawrence, A. Bakhiet: From Well-Log Electrofacies to Calibrated Seismic Facies Modeling to Predict Stratigraphic Traps: Examples from Jurassic Carbonate Reservoirs, Northern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia R. Potts, C. Smith*, S. Ramakrishna: Simultaneous NMR T1 and T2 Acquisition Increases Understanding of Complex Lithology J. Nascimento, P. S. Denicol*: Complex Reservoir Evaluation in the Pre-Salt Carbonates of Santos Basin — The Wildcat of Tupi, a Case History S. Eyuboglu, M. Pelletier, M. Rourke, T. van Zuilekom, G. Saghiyyah, W. M. Mulyo, A. Silva, R. Palmer: Case Studies Confirm Downhole Sensor Measurements and Verify Sample Quality Using New Non-Invasive Sample Testing Method Break J. Mendez, U. D. Bustos*: Advanced Petrophysics in Mexico East Carbonates J. Dessay, R. Perona, M. Sweed, J. Gonzalez Muñoz, J. Suarez Alba, K. Tawengi: NMR Data Integration for Improved Reservoir Fluid Contact Prediction: Case Study (Murzuq Basin - Libya) A. Oguro, A. Silva: A Proposal on Well Data Conditioning and Petrophysical Workflow As a Tool for Data Integration and Reservoir Management V. D. Chitale, J. Quirein, S. Iyre, A. Roy, S. Sutiyono, R. Escobar*: Integrated Interpretation of Borehole Images to Characterize the Pore Space and Permeability in Carbonate Reservoirs: Case Studies from Indonesia and USA

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A. A. Bender, E. D. Mio: Hydrocarbon Migration Model in A Salt Controlled Domain: A Study in the Mexilhão Field Area 9:45 M. C. Daszinnies, M. Inthorn, U. Ritter, H. Weiss, J. Nielsen, A. Tømmerås: Sensitivity Analysis of Multi Source-Rock Petroleum Systems by Using a Stochastic Basin Modeling Approach: An Example from the Norwegian Barents Sea 10:05 M. Souto Carneiro Echternach, H. Verweij, J. Diederick van Wees: Temperature, Maturity and Timing of HC Generation in the Dutch Sector of North Sea Basin 10:25 Break 10:45 J. F. Derks, M. Al-Saeed, M. Al-Quattan, M. Al-Hajeri, T. Fuchs, A. Kauerauf, O. Swientek: Ranking of Possible Processes Leading to Heavy Oil Zones by Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling — A Kuwait Case Study 11:05 M. Garcia-Gonzalez, E. J. Torres, M. Vasquez, T. Joppen: Geochemical Modeling of the Rancheria Basin, Colombia 11:25 L. C. Coutinho: High Definition Erosional Map at Recôncavo Basin, Brazil — A New Approach Based on Old Concepts 9:25

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Reservoir Characterization II Pavilion 5, Room 201 Co-Chairs: E. Mason, J. B. Paul and R. Schiffer 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks M. A. Moraes, P. L. Paraizo, T. A. Empinotti, G. M. Ragagnin, M. S. Braga, L. Lima: Using Outcrop Analogs for Predicting Facies Distribution and Internal Heterogeneity of Seismic Geomorphic Elements: OligoMiocene Turbidite Reservoirs, Campos Basin, Brazil R. Higgs: Famous “Fine-Grained Turbidite” Outcrops (Ireland, South Africa, USA): Reinterpreted as LakeShelf Hyperpycnites, Unsuitable as Deep-Sea Reservoir Analogs G. A. Albertao, R. Eschard, T. Mulder, V. Teles, D. Granjeon: Palaeotopography Restoration and Its Importance to Predict Turbidite Reservoirs Distribution Influenced by Salt Movements J. D. Favera, J. G. Leão, D. Monteiro, O. Bagni, A. Amorim, J. D. Favera: Important Early Cretaceous (Barremian) Sublacustrine Channel-Levee Reservoir, Taquipe Formation, Southwest Reconcavo Basin, Bahia, Brazil Break R. Higgs: Enigmatic Brushy, Cherry and Bell Canyon Formations (Permian), Marathon Foreland Basin, USA: Poor Outcrop Analogs for Deep-Sea Turbidite Reservoirs R. d’Avila, L. Arienti, M. Aragão, F. F. Vesely, S. Santos, H. Voelcker, A. R. Viana, R. O. Kowsmann, J. L. Moreira, A. P. Coura, P. S. Paim, R. Solagaistua, L. R. Machado: Turbidite Systems in Brazil — Stratigraphy and Depositional Architecture

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E&P Challenges in the Greater Campos Basin Pavilion 5, Room 202 Co-Chairs: O. Lopez-Gamundi, R. Eisenberg and K. Reimann 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks J. L. Lewis, M. Dixon, J. Garrity, J. Bergeron: Prestack Depth Migration at the Frade Field for High-Resolution Subsurface Characterization: An Evergreen Process from Appraisal Through Production G. E. Holmes, G. L. Stewart: Pushing the Limits: Putting Seismic to Work on the Brazil BC10 Ostra Field Development G. L. Stewart, G. E. Holmes, L. Stockwell, B. Levy, A. M. Kenworthy, S. Zambrano, J. Van Konijnenburg: Meeting Drilling Challenges in Shallow Extended Reach Wells in a Structurally Complex Field with Heavy Oil and Low Fracture Gradient Discussion Break M. V. Sant’Anna, D. L. Machado Jr, V. H. Viviani, C. S. Metelo, C. S. Pontes, H. S. Selbach, M. Bassetto, J. M. Neto, A. N. Barros, D. S. Coelho, G. S. Santana: A Geologic Model of the Carbonate Platform in Deepwater of Campos Basin, Brazil, Constrained by the Jabuti Oilfield A. A. Bender, M. Mello, N. C. de Azambuja Filho, C. L. Jesus, E. D. Mio: Post-Mortem Analysis of a Dry Well in Central Santos Basin: A Petroleum System Modeling Approach B. Wolff, L. P. Gamboa, M. P. Machado, J. A. Gil, M. B. Moraes, L. Paula: Pre-Salt in Ultra-Deep Waters of Santos Basin — A Successful Exploratory History M. P. Machado, M. B. Moraes, L. P. Gamboa, J. A. Gil, L. Paula, D. P. Silveira, B. Wolff: The Pre-Salt Sequence of Ultra-Deep Water Santos Basin: Geological Aspects and Key Factors Controlling the Major Oil Accumulations M. Mello, N. C. de Azambuja Filho, E. D. Mio, P. Schmitt, A. A. Bender: The Super Giant Sub-Salt Hydrocarbon Province of the Greater Campos Basin

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Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Pavilion 5, Room 204 Co-Chairs: R. T. Lemos, Q. Dashti and J. Aluja 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks R. R. Tiwari, P. P. Singh, C. Shrivastva*, K. Sikdar, A. Ghosh: Integrated Geological and Petrophysical Evaluation for Completion Planning in Carbonates: A Methodology from Western Offshore India B. Widarsono, B. W. Adibrata, E. Biantoro, K. Sartadirdja, J. T. Musu: Revisiting the ‘Conventional’ Log Analysis Equations for Estimating Coal Bed Methane Data: A South Sumatera Case, Indonesia A. K. Tyagi, T. Dutta, A. Abedeen: An Integrated Stochastic Modeling of Log and Core Data for Anomalous Log Responses; A Case Study R. Palmer, A. Silva, G. Saghiyyah, M. Rourke, B. Engelman, T. van Zuilekom, M. Proett, A. Silvan*: Improvements in Downhole Fluid Identification by Combining High Resolution Fluid Density Sensor Measurements with New Processing Methods; Saudi Aramco Field Case Study Break R. Bacon, M. Berao, J. Lofts, S. Morris*: Reduced Uncertainties in Geosteering and Well Placement in Carbonate Reservoirs Through Better Understanding of the Facies and Sedimentology in Real-Time C. Smith, R. Pope, T. Mirzadeh, S. Ramakrishna: Drilling Environment Created Data Issues Resolved Through Innovative Data Gathering and Interpretation Techniques P. A. Romero, N. Acosta, H. Serrano: New NMR-Based Methodology for Inferring the Presence of Movable Heavy Oil in Reservoir Layers Q. Fisher, S. Al Hinai, C. A. Grattoni, P. Guise: MultiPhase Flow Properties of Fault Rocks: Implications Prediction of Across-Fault Flow During Production

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Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Pavilion 5, Room 103 Co-Chairs: E. Porsche, A. Prinzhofer and E. S. Neto 14:00 14:05 Introductory Remarks J. R. Biteau, G. Choppin de Janvry, P. de Clarens, J. Jarrige: The Gulf of Guinea Petroleum Systems Pre-Salt and Post-Salt Dichotomy: Is the Exploration History Completed? 14:25 E. Ricard, A. T. Gourlan, A. Prinzhofer*, C. Pecheyran, O. F. Donard: The System U/Th/Pb in the Kerogen and Associated Oils: Is It Possible to Calculate an Age for an Oil Accumulation? 14:45 A. H. Satyana, L. Parulian, M. Purwaningsih, K. Utama: Regional Gas Geochemistry of Indonesia: Genetic Characterization and Habitat of Natural Gases 15:05 H. L. Penteado, L. M. Araujo: Compositional Kinetics with a PVT Description Applied to the Prediction of Petroleum Quality in Brazilian Basins 15:25 Break 16:05 D. R. McConnell, R. Boswell, E. Jones, T. Collett, M. Frye, W. Shedd, D. Hutchinson, S. Mrozewski, G. Guerin, A. Cook, R. Dufrene, P. Godfriaux: The Discovery of High-Saturation Gas Hydrate Sands in the Gulf of Mexico — Results from Leg II Joint Industry Project Drilling 16:25 P. J. Eadington, R. Kempton, J. Bourdet, H. Volk: Fluid Kinematics in the Stepwise Fill and Spill of Oil in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs Observed Using Fluid Inclusions in Reservoir Grains. 16:45 A. Mosquera, H. Villar, C. Zavala, M. Alarcón: New Insights on the Neuquén Basin Lower Jurassic Petroleum Systems and Deep Gas Play 17:05 M. Mello, V. Elias, P. J. Brooks*, T. Takaki, S. Barbanti, P. Xu: New Technologies Applied to Well Drilling Evaluation Using High-Resolution Oil and Gas Biomarker and Isotopic Logging (HRGWD): Examples from Offshore Brazil 17:25 R. Herdeiro, V. Elias, S. Barbanti, D. Souza: The Use of DNA Analyses Moving into Petroleum Exploration

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A. K. R. da Rocha, H. Vital, G.R. da Rocha: Morphodynamic Characterization of the Açu River: Applications to Oil Industry, Potiguar Basin, NE Brazil D.F. A. Gaspar, F. C. Alves da Silva: Architecture of the Hangingwall Faults and Folds in a Flat-Ramp System: Influence of the Flat Inclination: A Physical Modeling Approach F. M. C. Cardoso, E. F. Jardim de Sa: The Palestina Graben: Stratigraphic and Structural Framework of a Rift Depocenter in the Araripe Basin, NE Brazil C. M. Santos, A. J.Magalhães: Stratigraphic Analysis of Mesoproterozoic Guine and Tombador Formation, Chapada Diamantina, Bahia T. M. Januario, J.H.P Severiano Ribeiro, J.A. Barbosa: Investigation of Petroleum System in Mini-Basins Developed in Deep Waters of Santos Basin, Brazil M. C. Ribeiro, F. S.Moraes: 2D Marine Seismic Processing with Amplitude Preservation, Pelotas Basin W. C. da R. Nascimento, R.C. Pestana: Seismic Imaging Using Anti-Dispersive Wave Equation G. P. da Silva, C. A. Dias: Graphic Study of the Behavior of Dias Constitutive Function to Describe the Electric Polarization on Rocks P. Maia, H. A. F. Chaves, C. M. Jones: The Meaning of Country’s Self-Sufficiency in the Production of Oil and Gas D.F. Lima, O.M.C. Oliveira, M.J.M. Cruz, J.R. Cerqueira, J.A. Triguis, A.F. de S Queiroz, R.C. Santana: Oil Geochemical and Source Characterization of Rio São Paulo Estuary in São Francisco do Conde, Baía de Todos os Santos, Bahia, Brazil

MONDAY POSTERS
Presenters in their booths 14:00–15:30 Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: O. Martinsen, T. Garfield and R. d’Avila P1 N. D. Darussalam, B. Sapiie, N. Dwiharso, K. A. Maryunani, T. Simo: Problematic Interpretation of Mixed Carbonate-Siliciclastic Facies of Rajamandala Limestone, Padalarang, West Java, Indonesia T. P. Gerber, J. M. Francis*, M. A. Perlmutter, M. L. Buursink, D. Granjeon: Forecasting Reservoir Potential in Cretaceous Rift Basins of the South Atlantic Using Forward Stratigraphic Modeling R. Husain, A. Sajer, N. Al-Ammar, D. A. Khan, A. Rabie, M. K. Iqbal: Sequence Stratigraphy of Triassic Jilh Formation in Kuwait O. C. Egbu, G. C. Obi, S. C. Nwajide, C. O. Okogbue: Sequence Stratigraphic Architecture of the Sedimentary Succession in the Southeastern Sedimentary Basin: A Potential for Energy Exploration and Development. R. Grover: Biostratigraphy and Paleoenvironmental Interpretation Along Eastern Margin in Gamij Area of Cambay Basin, Gujarat, India

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P4 University Students Academic Research Poster Session Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Co-Chairs: E. Pereira and M. H. Seidner P5 SP01 E.N. de Moura-Lima, F. H.R. Bezerra: Post-Rifte Tectonism in the Potiguar Basin

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M. L. Raigosa Diaz, E. Pereira, R. Rodrigues: Diagenetic Characterization of the Riachuelo Formation, Cretaceous of Sergipe Basin, Brazil, Using Isotopes Data (σ18O and σ13C) T. Bover-Arnal, R. Salas, J. A. Moreno-Bedmar, R. Clavera-Gispert, K. Bitzer, D. García-Sellés: Sedimentary Evidence of Uppermost Early Aptian Sea Level Fluctuations of Glacio-Eustatic Magnitude in the Western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain, Spain) F. Tognoli, J. C. de Castro: Stratigraphy and Paleogeography of the Lower Permian Rio Bonito and Palermo Formations, Paraná Basin, Southern Brazil J. C. de Castro, F. M. Tognoli, L. C. Weinschütz: Early Permian Chronostratigraphic Correlation Between Paraná and Tasman Basins, Southern Gondwana M. Arai, S. G. Duarte: Fossil Sclereids: A New Tool for High-Resolution Biostratigraphy of Santonian (Upper Cretaceous) Reservoirs of Offshore Southeastern Brazil P. Dal Cere, F. Koga, F. Esteves, O. Bagni, J. D. Favera, J. D. Favera: Caioba Formation: Proposal of a New Stratigraphic Unit for the Sergipe-Alagoas Basin, Sergipe State, Brazil A. Pardo-Trujillo: Paleogene Palynostratigraphy, Palynofacies and Paleoenvironment in the CentralEastern Colombian Andes E. Pereira, R. Rodrigues, M. Souza, S. Bergamaschi: Chemostratigraphy Applied to Paleozoic Black-Shale Intervals L. Borghi: Analysis of Recent Microbialites from the Coastal Lagoons of Rio de Janeiro State (Brazil) from Biosedimentological and Geomicrobiological Perspectives

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P. Bruno, E. D. Mio, M. Mello: Petroleum System Overview of São Francisco Basin: A New Gas Province Onshore Brazil J. Roux: Barremian Basin Floor Fan Complex: An Untested Gas Play Within the Northern Pletmos Basin L. Borghi, M. S. Mendes, M. V. de Moura, A. L. PaulaFreitas, R. M. Freitas: The Aptian in the Onshore Basins of Northeastern Brazil: Pre-Salt Analogs? C. Young, L. Borghi, T. Denck: Geoarchitectural Analysis of Forced Regressive Isolated Sandstone Bodies: A New Reservoir Emplacement Model for Devonian Petroleum Systems of Brazil

Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: K. Sunde and S. Sciamanna P25 E. Mavridou, A. A. Bender, M. Mello: The Impact of Geologic Uncertainties in 3-D Petroleum Systems Modeling: A Study in the Campos Basin (Brazil) C. Stabell, P. Hole: Economics of Staged Exploration and Exploitation: An Application to a Deepwater Concession D. Streimikiene: Techno-Economic Comparative Assessment of Geological Disposal of CO2 and Nuclear Waste C. N. Larriestra: Uncertainty Analysis of Reservoirs from Meandering Fluvial Systems Using Multiple Point Stochastic Simulation: Mina El Carmen Formation, San Jorge Gulf Basin, Argentina

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Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: L. Araujo, D. Curry and E. Porsche P15 W. Dickson, C. F. Schiefelbein, M. E. Odegard: Shaken, Not Stirred: Oil Family Cocktails in Brazil Margin Basins, With and Without Salt E. A. Subroto, E. Hermanto, P. Kamtono, K. Kamtono: Source Rock Geochemical Study in the Southwestern Java, A Potential Hydrocarbon Basin, in Indonesia D. Ferreira, A. Lemgruber, F. T. T. Gonçalves, L. Felix, F. Fernandes: Source Rock Characterization and 2-D Petroleum System Modeling in the Southern Espirito Santo Basin G. E. Pireno, E. A. Subroto, D. Noeradi, N. Djumhana: Potential of Pre-Kais Formation as a Source Rock in the Salawati Basin, Bird Head, West Papua, Indonesia T. M. Gebregergis, W. I. Wan Yusoff: Source Rock Evaluation and Maturity Modeling, Tatau Province, Offshore Sarawak, Malaysia J. Guzzo, U. Mann*, M. Felix, M. Majewska-Bill: 3-D Source-Rock Modeling of the Espirito Santo Basin, Brazil

Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour I Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: A. Viana and R. Martinsen P29 P. A. Cardona: Depositional History of the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand: Linking Sediment Accumulation and Subsidence Rates to Tectonic Processes L. A. Reis, S. Rostirolla, F. T. T. Gonçalves, M. MartinsNeto, E. Zagotto: Regional Seismic Mapping and Play Assessment in Santos Basin, SE Brazil Offshore, Using Two Different Data Sets L. R. Tokutake, R. A. Stirling, E. E. Zambonato, J. Anaisse, P. A. Souza, T. L. Dutra: Paleoenvironmental, Paleoecological and Tectonic Considerations About Onshore Mucuri Member, Neo-Aptian, Espirito Santo Basin, Brazil C. Bartolini, A. Sánchez Monclú, J. Vicente Bravo, E. Miranda Canseco, R. Navarro Hernández, V. Ortega González, J. Escalera Alcocer: Upper Jurassic Source Rocks in Ultra-Deepwaters of the Southern Gulf of Mexico: Implications for Petroleum Systems in Mexico’s Offshore Frontier Areas

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P. Markwick, M. Raddadi, L. Raynham, S. Tomlinson, E. Edgecombe, D. Rowland, R. Bailiff, A. Galsworthy, N. Wrobel: The Evolution of the South Atlantic Hinterlands from the Late Jurassic to Recent: Mapping Stage Level Changes in Source-to-Sink Relationships N. C. de Azambuja Filho, M. Regali, I. Neves: Paleogeographic and Climatic Controls of Rift and Sag Stages in Eastern Brazilian Basins W. Athmer, S. Luthi, G. G. Uribe, M. Donselaar: Tectonic Control on Deep-Marine Syn-Rift Deposits: A 3-D Seismic Study in the Western Vøring Basin, Offshore Norway F. L. Bagni, J. L. Caldeira, J. C. Della Favera, A. Tanaka, J. Morais Neto, L. B. Paiva: Regional Stratigraphic Correlation of the Aptian in the Brazilian Equatorial Margin Basins M. Fijiwara: Hypothesis: Significant Erosion During the Middle Miocene Unconformity Age and Its Effect on Hydrocarbon Generation in Gulf of Thailand

Formation Evaluation Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: N. Telnsand and J. M. Erich P45 J. R. Corregidor, P. Chimienti, A. Robinson, J. Baillie: Incertitude on the Oil-Water Transition Zone in Tsiengui Field — A Case Study Gabon H. A. Torres, H. Aguayo, E. Pacheco, M. Leal, J. Monjaras, E. Sánchez, G. Velazquez: Anisotropic and Petrophysics of a Gas Reservoir in a Horizontal Well with a High-Angle Pilot Well; Burgos Basin, México A. J. Adams, W. M. Ahr: Application of NMR Technology to Carbonate Reservoirs: Relating Best Flow Characteristics of Depositional, Diagenetic and Hybrid Pore Types to Their Host Rock D. Etaje, O. A. Adekomaya: Predicting Sand Effect on Pressure Drop in Gas Flow in an Inclined Pipeline M. J. Panguriseng, B.W. Adibrata: New Approach, New Play, Same Area: Utilization of Neural Network Approach on Well Logs and 3-D Seismic Data, A Case Study in Middle Baong Sand, North Sumatra Basin, Indonesia A. S. Fadairo, C. Ako, O. Isiramen, O. Falode: Modeling Elemental Sulphur Saturation Around the Wellbore

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Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour II Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: A. Viana, R. Martinsen and H. Maretto P38 D. Macgregor: South Atlantic Deepwater Reservoirs: Responses to Tectonic, Climatic and Eustatic Controls on Two Not-So-Passive Margins N. Huy Ngoc, N. Quan, H. Dong: Application of “From Seismic Interpretation to Tectonic Reconstruction” Methodology to Study Pre-Tertiary Fractured Granite Basement Reservoir in Cuu Long Basin, South-East Vietnam Offshore G. Bayona, A. Valencia, M. De Armas, E. Gomez, J. Guerrero, I. Leyva, P. Villamarin, A. Mora: OligoceneMiocene Filling of the Distal Llanos Basin of Colombia; Interaction of Flexural Subsidence, Intraplate Faulting and Dynamic Topography Models R. Theodoro, C. D. Souza Cruz*: Characterization of the Ladybirds Domain and Its Relationship with the Albian Hinge Line, Campos Basin, Brazil T. Bover-Arnal: Lithocodium-Bacinella Binding of Sub-Basin-Wide Resedimented Deposits in the OAE1a Coeval Aptian Succession of the Western Maestrat Basin (Iberian Chain, Spain) R. Theodoro, N. Destro: Characterization of the São Tomé Cape Transfer Zone — Campos Basin, RJ – Brazil P. Boult, P. Bennett, J. Allender, A. Freemon: Further Exploration of the Central Officer Basin Pre-Salt Play: South Australia

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Presenters in their booths 14:00–15:30 Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: T. Carpenter, B. Wolff and S. King P1 H. Clegg, S. Otto: A Step Back: Integrating Tectonics and Geochemistry to Evaluate Future Pre-Salt Hydrocarbon Systems Along Offshore Brazil — Predicting the Future? F. S. Corrêa, H. K. Chang, J. Letouzey: Salt Tectonics in Central-North Part of the Santos Basin, Brazil W. Jones, M. Guevara, L. Hawkins, L. Joaquim, D. Johnstone, J. Jose, A. Oliveira: The Subsalt Play in the Lower Congo and Kwanza Basins, Angola: A Seismic Study J. Estrela Braga, M. Karam, R. Porto, F. Romão Barbuto Dias*: Pre-Salt Structural High in the Jequitinhonha Basin, Offshore Bahia State P. Szatmari, W. U. Mohriak: World’s Largest PetroleumBearing Salt Basins: Tectonic Control E. Costa, R. Dominici, S. Lugli: Tectonics, Salt Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Northern Crotone Basin (Italy)

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Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: H. Penteado, D. Curry and E. Porsche P7 A. Akinlua, R. M. Smith: Application of Superheated Water Extraction in Geochemical Evaluation of Source Rocks

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D. P. Melo, G. G. Capistrano, R. B. Meloni: Quantitative Chemostratigraphy: A New Approach for Processing and Analysis of Geochemical Data D. Biswas: Hydrocarbon Source Maturity Derived from Rank and Micro Constituent of Coals — A Case Study from Krishna-Godavari Basin, East Coast of India O. A. Ehinola, Q. Liu: Geochemistry and Environmental Appraisal of Some Selected Coals from Nigeria D. J. Miller, R. O. Kowsmann: Occurrence of Authigenic Carbonate Chimneys and Crusts in the Campos Basin Continental Slope — SE Brazil M. R. Mello, A. J. Catto, V. Elias, N. C. de Azambuja Filho: Surface Gas Composition and Carbon Isotope Geochemistry and SARD-DNA Microbiology Applied to Reduce Petroleum Exploration Risk on Onshore Basins of Brazil V. O. Ramirez: Petroleum Systems Assessment Using Surface Geochemistry Technology in Guajira Basin, Offshore Colombia. O. A. Ehinola, Q. Shengfei, A. A. Onibonoje: The Palaeoenvironmental Significance of Pyritic Nodules from Lokpanta Oil Shale Interval in the Petroleum System of Lower Benue Trough, Nigeria S. C. Lima, L. Landau, F. P. Miranda: Use of SAR Images for Seepage Slick Detection in the Offshore Portion of the Camamu-Almada Basin (Bahia State), Brazil

Unconventional Resources Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: I. A. Russell, A. Al-Mustafa and J. A. Fernandes Filho P24 P25 J. Zhang, T. Fan, B. Yu: Shale and Gas Shale in China M. Rothfuss, E. Anders: Development of a New Pressure Coring System for the Exploration of Unconventional Resources K. K. Das, B. Jagtap, J. K. Srivastava, S. Satyarthi, N. Niranjan: Role of Clay Diagenesis in Hydrocarbon Accumulation in Shale Reservoirs of Sanand Field, Cambay Basin, Gujarat, India: A Case Study R. Rodrigues, E. Pereira, S. Bergamaschi: NonConventional Oil and Gas Generation Process in Brazilian Paleozoic Basins A. J. Al-Eidan, S. R. Narhari*, M. Al-Awadi, N. H. AlAjmi, C. Pattnaik, K. Al-Ateeqi, M. M. Al-Houli, T. De Keyser: Jurassic Tight Carbonates Gas Fields of North Kuwait: Exploration to Early Development X. Huang, G. Jia, Y. Wang, L. Zhang: Coalbed Methane Potential of Qinshui Basin, Shanxi, China

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Geophysics Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs: L. Denchun, M. Brouwers and M. H. Seidner P30 A. Zerilli, M. P. Buonora, T. Labruzzo, L. F. Rodrigues: Integrated mCSEM Interpretation — Success Stories from the Brazilian Deepwaters X. Cai: Prediction of High-Producing Accumulation of Super-Tight Sandstone Reservoir in Upper Triassic in Sichuan Basin of China J. C. Vega, C. C. Piedrahita: Optimizing the 3-D Seismic Acquisition in Colombian Foothills Using the Ray Tracing Theory. Study Case: Recetor Block R. M. Avila, L. R. Nascimento: 2-D Seismic Lines Reprocessing Using Pre-Stack Time Migration: Case Study of the Solimões Basin L. Phillip, N. Poeketi, R. Kandhai, M. Longacre: Regional Aeromagnetic Data Analysis — Integrated into the Exploration Process for Suriname’s Onshore/Near Shore Acreage S. R. Freeman, S. D. Harris, K. Wood, R. J. Knipe: Streamlining Seismic Interpretation Through Visualisation and Analysis M. G. Dinkelman, J. Granath, D. Bird, J. Helwig, N. Kumar, P. Emmet: Predicting the Brittle-Ductile (B-D) Transition in Continental Crust Through Deep, Long Offset, Prestack Depth Migrated (PSDM), 2-D Seismic Data L. Loures, E. Pereira, S. Rostirolla, E. Zagotto: Tight Gas Reservoir Properties Inference from AVO and Rock Physics Analysis J. J. Silva, D. M. Soares, L. Landau: Determination of Reflection Coefficient Using the Seismic Controlled Imaging

New and Emerging Regions Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–18:00 Co-Chairs:A. Tisi, S. Dalla and I. Piazza P16 C. Q. Ramirez, C. Neufeld*, D. Westlund: The Costayaco Field — Reinterpretation of Old Data Leads to Largest Putumayo Basin Discovery Since the 1960s J. R. Vieira, E. Petersohn, K. S. Duarte, G. S. Barbosa, V. Sartori: Investments in New Frontier Basin — A Case Study of Parecis Basin, Brazil C. Neufeld, D. Westlund: The Foreland Bulge of the Marañon Basin of Peru: A Frontier Play in an Established Basin A. Baldet, P. Mauron, T. Piperi: Albertine Graben — What’s in Store for the Wider East African Rift System, Western Branch? E. Huisman: Suriname Offshore — the Not-So-Passive Margin? D. Lavoie, N. Pinet, J. Dietrich, P. Hannigan, S. Castonguay, T. Hamblin, P. Giles: Geological Survey of Canada Quantitative Assessment of the Hydrocarbon Resource in the Paleozoic Frontier Basins of Eastern Canada A. L. Raseroka: Natural Gas and Conventional Oil Potential in South Africa’s Karoo Basins C. M. Urien, C. F. Schiefelbein, W. Dickson, M. E. Odegard: Western South Atlantic Margin Sedimentary Basins: Petroleum Systems and New Exploration Potential

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F. A. Costa, E. L. Loureiro*: Improvement of the Velocity Model Accuracy in an Ultra-Deepwater Oil Field Using Geostatistic Method H. Nguyen, Q. Nguyen, N. Hoang: Application of “From Seismic Interpretation to Tectonic Reconstruction” Methodology to Study Pre-Tertiary Fractured Granite Basement Reservoir in Cuu Long Basin South-East Vietnam Offshore P. P. Ferreira, L. Landau, M. Cetale Santos: Characteristics of the Free Surface Multiple Attenuation using Wave Field Extrapolation

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R. Grøver, H. Borge, A. E. Lothe: Shale Dependent Sediment Compaction Model Implemented in a Pressure Basin Simulator; Effects on Geo-Model and Modelled Pressure Build Up? L. Jesus, A. A. Bender, M. Barbosa, P. Schmitt: Modeling Hydrocarbon Generation and Migration in a Rift Basin: Discussion of Complex Non-Conventional Petroleum Systems in the Miranga Low (Recôncavo, Brazil) C. J. Campher, G. Kulmann, R. di Primio, D. van der Spuy, R. Domoney: Geological Modeling of the Offshore Orange Basin, West Coast of South Africa

WEDNESDAY POSTERS
Presenters in their booths 14:00–15:30 Structure, Traps and Seals Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–16:00 Co-Chairs: F. Love, O. Gomes de Souze P1 N. M. Martinez, W. M. Agudelo: Description of Geometries in Fault Shadow Pitfall as Result of Geological and Geophysical Properties W. R. Borges, L. A. Mascarenhas Aguiar, U. M. Soares, G. C. Matos: Assessing Exploratory Risk by Fault Sealing Behavior Analysis of Rift Siliciclastic Sequences Potiguar Basin, NE Brasil S. D. Harris, S. R. Freeman, R. J. Knipe: The Integration of Structural Uncertainty into Fault Seal Predictions M. Pelosi: Fault Seal Prediction and Risk Evaluation of Exploratory Prospects: Examples of Brazilian Marginal Basins M. K. Souza: Sedimentological Controls of Physical Properties in Caprock Seals: An Example from Campos and Santos Basins, Brazil M. C. Araújo, P. C. Santarem, G. C. Matos, R. D. Lima: Exploration and Development of Fractured Reservoirs. How Restoration Techniques Can Help Predictions of Fracture Intensity and Orientations in Exploration Frontiers K. Roberts, R. J. Davies, S. Stewart, K. McCaffrey: Deformation in and Around Mud Volcano Feeder Complexes M. U. Chaves, F. Oliver: Visualization of Geological Features Using Seismic Volume Rendering, RGB Blending and Geobody Extraction T. Velaj: Variability in Structural Style of the Western Albania and Its Implication on Petroleum Exploration Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–16:00 Co-Chairs: B. Trzaskos and O. Braga P14 C. B. Mello, R. C. Gonçalves, D. J. Miller, R. Dino, C. Magnier, V. Rouchon: Surface Monitoring of Injected CO2 in the Buracica Field Area, Reconcavo Basin, Brazil M. Y. Ali, H. D. Johnson, C. M. John: The Influence of Tectonics, Biota Systems and Diagenetic Fluids in Controlling Carbonate Reservoir Development in the Sarawak Basin A. Araújo, S. Rostirolla, F. L. Fernandes, E. Zagotto, F. T. T. Gonçalves: Reservoir Characterization, Architecture and Seismic Sequence Stratigraphy Framework of the Santonian Section in the Central-North Area of the Santos Basin F. Walgenwitz, J. Girard*, C. Dumay, G. Godino: Open Versus Restricted System Diagenesis Controlled by Sedimentary Architecture C. L. Queiroz, C. C. Lima, B. Trzaskos, F. Oliver: An Approach for a 3-D Fracture and Geomechanical Modeling in the Exploratory Phase

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Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–16:00 Chair: R. Schifferand J. M. Adjukiewicz P19 P20 P21 E. Daneshvar, R. H. Worden: Clay Mineral Distribution and Grain Coating Pattern in Ravenglass Estuary Sediments Y. Tang: Novel Chemical EOR Processes for Improved Oil Recovery from Fractured Reservoirs L. K. Medeiros, F. L. Fernandes, A. Araújo, F. T. Gonçalves: Reservoir Characterization of the Upper Cretaceous and Eocene Plays in the Central Espirito Santo Basin M. May, L. Brinton*, J. Arestad, K. McKamey, J. Keay, D. Kisselman, A. Lara: Interpretation and Modeling of Structurally Complex Eocene La Paz and Oligocene Mugrosa Fluvial Sandstone Reservoirs, YariguiCantagallo Field, Middle Magdalena Basin, Colombia, SA

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Basin Modeling Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–16:00 Co-Chairs: A. Bender and J-J. R. Biteau P10 Z. Anka, R. Ondrak, L. Clausen: Seismic Interpretation and Numerical Modeling of Hydrocarbon Leakage Indicators in the Post-Rift Sequences on the Slope of the Angola Basin, West African Margin

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H. Prasetyo, E. Suparka, N. D. Darussalam: Low Permeability Reservoir Rock Characterization Using Petrographic and Depositional Studies — Case Study: Optimizing Production for Low Permeability Bekasap Sandstones in the Central Sumatra, Indonesia F. Tournier, M. Pagel, E. Portier, I. Wazir, N. Fiet: Relationship Between Deep Diagenetic Quartz Cementation and Sedimentary Facies in a Late Ordovician Glacial Environment (Sbaa Basin, Algeria) J. Peralta-Vargas, G. Carrillo, W. Gambaretto, C. Rodriguez, A. Suter, L. Martinez-Uribe, O. Valbuena, M. Dederle: Fluvial Reservoir Architecture and Cyclic Depositional System: An Example of Improvements in the Reservoir Description to Optimize Production in the Middle Magdalena Valley Basin, Colombia D. E. Velo, F. Garzon, R. Vela: Reservoir Characterization and Stochastic Uncertainty, Its Influence on Development Strategies. Case of Cañadon Amarillo Field, Neuquén Basin, Argentina O.A. Fadipe, A. Akinlua, A.S. Adekola, D. Mikes: Depositional Facies, Diagenesis and Their Impact on the Reservoir Quality of the Lower Cretaceous Sandstone, Orange Basin, Offshore, South Africa S. Mahanti, S. Uppal, P. Tirkey: Diagenesis and Reservoir Characterization of Miocene Carbonate (Ratnagiri Formation) in Deep Continental Shelf Area of Mumbai Offshore Basin, India A.S. Adekola, A. Akinlua, O.A. Fadipe: Diagenetic Alterations Within Stratigraphic Settings of Orange Basin, Southwestern Atlantic L. F. De Ros, K. Goldberg, C. Scherer, R. Alvarenga, E. S. Estima de Castro, M. Abel: Integrated Petrographic, Stratigraphic and Statistical Analysis of Complex Albian Reservoirs in the Espírito Santo Basin, Eastern Brazil

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M. W. French, R. H. Worden, D. R. Lee, W. A. Lamberti, W. C. Horn: Agate As an Analog for Porosity Preserving Microquartz in Deep Clastic Reservoirs E. Zagotto, F. Fernandes, S. Rostirolla, A. Araújo, L. Landau: Impact of Reservoir Anisotropy in the Volumetric Quantification of Marlim Oilfield L. Loures, E. Pereira, F. Fernandes, L. Felix: Rock Physics and Reservoir Inference Study on Cretaceous Sandstones from Espirito Santos Basin, Brazil A. Robinson, P. Chimienti, J. R. Corregidor, J. Baillie: Managing Geological and Simulation Models Within Geometrically Complex Geological Settings Combined with a Thin Producible Oil Rim I. Lima, M. Oliveira, R. Lopes, P. Rocha, F. Souza, C. J. Abreu: Porosity Determination by 3-D High-Resolution X-ray Computed Microtomography and Its Correlation with Gas Adsorption Technique R. A. Martinez, I. Nieves, C. Rincon, J. Piedrahita, M. Frass: Borehole Electrical Imagery, a Powerful Tool in Complex Reservoir Characterization A. Calvo: Possibilities to Increase the Recovery Factor in Petromonagas Area, Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Venezuela J. Strand, M. B. Clennell*, M. Arnot: Modeling Faulted Turbidites, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand P. S. Paim, A. S. Silveira, E. L. Lavina, U. F. Faccini, J. M. Teixeira de Oliveira, H. A. Leanza R. d’Avila: Gravity Flow Systems in the Los Molles Formation in the Arroyo La Jardinera Region, Neuquén Basin (Argentina) C. C. Lima, F. Salvini, M. Moriss, L. Cabral: Assessing Fault Hydraulic Behavior Through Analytical/Numerical Modeling of the Interaction Between Fault History and Present-Day Stresses E. Diaz, A. S. Grader, A. Nur, C. Baldwin, P. Lugao: Multi-scale Imaging Process for Computations of Porosity and Permeability on Carbonate Rocks

Reservoir Characterization Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall 11:00–16:00 Co-Chairs: L. Seidler and M. Moraes P31 R. Villegas, R. Collier, Q. Fisher: Reservoir Characterization and Simulation Using Outcrop Observation and Geostatistics: A North Sea Analogue Case Study L. Figueiredo, M. Karam: Coral Field: Case History in Oil Producing Albian Carbonates in Santos Basin, Brazil J. Steckhan, R. Sauer: Introduction of a Rock Typing Methodology in Crystalline Basement Reservoirs (Yemen) C. A. Grattoni, P. Guise, Q. Fisher, R. J. Knipe: Multiphase Flow Properties of Clay Bearing Rocks: Laboratory Measurement of Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure A. Ortenzi, M. Arduini, F. Golfetto: Rock Microcharacterisation — A New Petrographic Approach to Reservoir Quality Prediction: Methodology and Case Study

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Speaker A Adams, Aaron Adekola, Adeniyi Akinlua, Akinsehinwa Albers, Mark Albertao, Gilberto Ali, Mohammad Ameen, Mohammed Anka, Zahie Arai, Mitsuru Araújo, Mario Araúo, Armando Arienti, Luci Aristizábal, Camilo Athmer, Wiebke Athmer, Wiebke Avila, Ronan Azambuja, Nilo ian Pre-Salt Azambuja, Nilo Speaker B Badalini, Gianluca Bagni, Fabio Day Monday Wednesday Tuesday Monday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Monday Monday Time/Booth P47 All Day P29 All Day P7 All Day 10:00 14:45 P15 All Day 09:05 P10 All Day P10 All Day P6 All Day P16 All Day 16:25 16:25 14:45 P35 All Day Room Pavilion 2,Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Session Formation Evaluaion Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Reservoir Characterics II Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Unconventional Resources Basin Modeling Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Structure, Traps and Seals Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Exploration in Deepwater Settings Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Geophysics Regional Geology and Exploration of the BrazilRegional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Session Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and New & Emerging Regions Basin Genetics — How Things Work Salt Basins and E&P Basins Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Innovation and Technology — New Applications Basin Modeling I Basin Modeling II Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Unconventional Resources Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights

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Room Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204

Session Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Structure, Traps and Seals Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Salt Basins E&P Challenges II Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Exploration in Deepwater Settings Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Unconventional Resources Exploration in Deepwater Settings Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Session Geophysics Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Salt Basins E&P Challenges II Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Basin Modeling Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour University Student Academic Research Basin Modeling II Innovation and Technology — New Applications Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Structure, Traps and Seals Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Structural Traps and Seals

Wednesday 14:05 Monday 16:25

Wednesday P2 All Day Monday P23 All Day Monday Tuesday Monday Monday Monday Monday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Monday P14 All Day 15:05 P44 All Day 16:45 P42 All Day P7 All Day 14:25 P22 All Day 10:50 16:45 P21 All Day

Tuesday 11:25 Monday 17:05 Wednesday 10:45 Day Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Time/Booth P31 All Day 10:05 14:05 P42 All Day 11:10

Wednesday P13 All Day Tuesday 16:25 Monday Mon/Tue P29 All Day SP04

Wednesday 10:05 Tuesday 16:05 Tuesday 09:30 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday 11:25 P8 All Day P1 All Day 16:45

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Broader, Further, Deeper 15–18 November, Rio de Janeiro

Speaker C Clennell, Michael Cobbold, Peter Cobbold, Peter Correa, Thiago Corrêa, Fernando Corredor, Freddy Costa, Elisabetta Coutinho, Luiz Felipe Speaker D Da Rocha, Ana Karolina Da Silva, Gorki Pinheiro D’Avila, Roberto Dahl, Jeremy Daneshvar, Ehsan Darricarrere, Yves-Louis Darussalam, Noeradi Das, Kamal Daszinnies, Matthias Dattilo, Paolo Davison, Ian Davison, Ian de Azevedo, Jose Sergio Gabrielli De Castro, Joel de Moura-Lima, Elissandra De Ros, Luiz Denicol, Paulo Derks, Jan Dessay, Jack Diás, F. Romão Barbuto Diaz, Mary Raigosa Diaz, Elizabeth Dickson, William Dillon, Lucia Dinkelman, Menno Speaker E Eadington, Peter Egbu, Ogechi Ehinola, Olugbenga Ehinola, Olugbenga

Day

Time/Booth

Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

Session Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Basin Modeling I Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt Basin Genetics — How Things Work Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Exploration in Deepwater Settings Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Basin Modeling II Session University Students Academic Research University Students Academic Research Reservoir Characterics II Basin Modeling I Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Unconventional Resources Basin Modeling II Exploration in Deepwater Settings Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates University Students Academic Research Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Basin Modeling II Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Geophysics Geophysics Session Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights

Wednesday P43 All Day Monday 15:05 Wednesday 10:45 Tuesday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Day Mon/Tue Mon/Tue Wednesday Monday Wednesday Monday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Monday Tuesday Monday Monday Mon/Tue Wednesday Wednesday 15:05 P2 All Day 16:25 P6 All Day 11:25 Time/Booth SP02 SP09 16:25 16:45 P19 All Day 11:10 P1 All Day P26 All Day 09:45 14:05 16:05 09:25 09:35 P9 All Day SP01 P30 All Day 09:45

Wednesday 10:45 Wednesday 11:05 Tuesday P4 Monday P6 All Day Wednesday P46 All Day Monday Monday Tuesday Day P15 All Day 17:25 P36 All Day Time/Booth

Wednesday 16:25 Monday Tuesday Tuesday P4 All Day P10 All Day P14 All Day

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2009 AAPG International Conference & Exhibition

Speaker E Escobar, Rodolfo Etaje, Darlington Eyuboglu, Sami Speaker F Fadairo, Adesina Fadipe, Oluwaseun Fainstein, Roberto Favera, Jorge Favera, Jorge Favera, Jorge Feeley, Mary Feng, Zhiqiang Fernandes, Flavio Ferreira, Daniella

Day

Time/Booth

Room Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

Session Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Formation Evaluation Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Session Formation Evaluaion Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Reservoir Characterics II Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Innovation and Technology — New Applications Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Geophysics Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Structural Traps and Seals Geophysics Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Session Basin Modeling II New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt University Students Academic Research Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Reservoir Characterization I Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Salt Basins E&P Challenges II Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs

Wednesday 18:45 Monday P48 All Day Wednesday 10:05 Day Monday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Time/Booth P50 All Day P27 All Day 09:05 11:45 15:05 P11 All Day 14:05 16:45 10:05 P17 All Day

Ferreira, Patrícia Tuesday P41 All Day Figueiredo, Luiz Fernando Wednesday P32 All Day Fisher, Quentin Francis, Jason Fraser, Scot Freeman, Stephen French, Marsha Fujiwara, Masashi Speaker G Garcia-Gonzalez, Mario Garcia-Gonzalez, Mario Gardiner, Wayne Gaspar, Diogo Fonseca Gebregergis, Tedros Geetan, Steve Girard, Jean-Pierre Gonçalves, Félix Gould, Andrew Grain, Sarah Grando, Gianluca Gratton, Carlos Wednesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Day 17:05 P2 16:05 P35 All Day P36 All Day P37 All Day Time/Booth

Wednesday 11:05 Wednesday 11:05 Wednesday 09:05 Mon/Tue Monday SP03 P19 All Day

Wednesday 10:45 Wednesday P17 All Day Tuesday 09:05 Monday Tuesday 11:35 14:45

Tuesday 14:45 Wednesday P34 All Day

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Broader, Further, Deeper 15–18 November, Rio de Janeiro

Speaker G Grosjean, Yves Grover, Raju Grøver, Arnt Guedes, Solange Guerra, Marta Guevara, Mary Guichet, Xavier Guidry, Sean Guilbot, Jerome Speaker H Hadler-Jacobsen, Frode Harris, Simon Haryott, Paul Haskett, William Haskett, William Helsing, Carl Henry, Steven Herdeiro, Ricardo Higgs, Roger Higgs, Roger Higgs, Roger Holmes, Gunnar Huang, Yan Huang, Xiaoming Huisman, Erik Husain, Riyasat Speaker I Innocenti, Sabrina Ireland, Mark Speaker J James, Richard Januario, Tuane M. Japsen, Peter Jensen, Luke Jesus, Carlos Jesus, Carlos Jones, Cleveland

Day Tuesday

Time/Booth 09:50

Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103

Session Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Basin Modeling Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Basin Modeling I Reservoir Characterization I Geophysics Session Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Structure, Traps and Seals Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Unconventional Resources Geophysics Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Reservoir Characterics II Reservoir Characterics II E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Geophysics Unconventional Resources New & Emerging Regions Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Session Reservoir Characterization I Reservoir Characterization I Session Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates University Students Academic Research Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt Basin Modeling I Basin Modeling Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis

Monday P5 All Day Wednesday P11All Day Tuesday 09:10 Tuesday Monday 11:45 14:45

Monday 14:05 Wednesday 09:25 Monday 14:25 Day Time/Booth

Monday 14:25 Wednesday P3 All Day Tuesday 10:30 Tuesday Tuesday Monday Monday 11:05 09:45 15:05 14:25

Wednesday 17:25 Monday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Day 17:25 14:25 16:05 14:25 17:05 P29 All Day P20 All Day P3 All Day Time/Booth

Wednesday 11:45 Wednesday 11:25 Day Monday Mon/Tue Monday Time/Booth 15:05 SP06 15:05

Wednesday 09:25 Monday 14:45 Wednesday P12 All Day Tuesday 10:45

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2009 AAPG International Conference & Exhibition

Speaker J Ji, Shuo Jones, Cleveland Jones, William Speaker K Kemna, Hans Kloppenburg, Armelle Krieger, Markus Krois, Peter Kumar, Naresh Kusznir, Nick Speaker L Larriestra, Claudio Lavoie, Denis Lavoie, Denis Lemgruber, Adriana Lewis, Jennifer Lewis, Jennifer Lima, Claudio Lima, D.F. Lima, Sylvia Lima, Inaya Lima, Claudio Lopez-Gamundi, Oscar Loule, Jean-Pierre Loureiro, Elaine Maria Loures, Luiz Loures, Luiz Luthi, Stefan M. Lutz, Ruediger Speaker M Ma, Yongsheng Maas, Marcus

Day Monday Tuesday Tuesday Day Monday Tuesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Day Monday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Monday Mon/Tue

Time/Booth 14:45 11:45 P3 All Day Time/Booth 17:25 17:05 14:05 09:25 10:45 11:05 Time/Booth P28 All Day 11:05 P21 All Day 09:05 16:05 14:05 14:05 SP11

Room Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Room Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 202

Session Geophysics Unconventional Resources Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Session Basin Modeling I Innovation and Technology — New Applications Geophysics New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Session Risk Analysis & Assessment — Economic Analysis Reservoir Characterization I New & Emerging Regions Basin Modeling II Geophysics E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential University Students Academic Research Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Geophysics Geophysics Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Basin Genetics — How Things Work New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Session New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour

Tuesday P15 All Day Wednesday P40 All Day Wednesday P45 All Day Wednesday 09:45 Tuesday 17:25

Tuesday P39 All Day Tuesday P37 All Day Wednesday P38 All Day Tuesday 14:05 Wednesday 10:05 Day Time/Booth

Wednesday 17:05 Tuesday 14:25

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Broader, Further, Deeper 15–18 November, Rio de Janeiro

Speaker M Macgregor, Duncan Machado, Marco Antonio Mahanti, Syamalendu Maia, A. P. Malan, Jean Mancini, Ernest Mann, Ute Marini, Alfonso Markwick, Paul Marlow, Lisa

Day Monday Wednesday Wednesday Mon/Tue Wednesday Monday Monday Monday Monday

Time/Booth P38 All Day 17:05 P28 All Day SP10 16:45 16:05 P20 All Day 16:25 P33 All Day

Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203

Session Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis University Students Academic Research New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Geophysics Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Structure,Traps and Seals Basin Genetics — How Things Work New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Risk Analysis & Assessment — Economic Analysis Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Unconventional Resources Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights Basin Modeling I Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Salt Basins E&P Challenges II Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Reservoir Characterics II Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Basin Genetics — How Things Work Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour

Wednesday 11:25

Martinez, Ruben Martinez, Nhora Martins-Neto, Marcelo Martins-Neto, Marcelo Mavridou, Evangelia McConnell, Daniel Medeiros, Luana Mello, Marcio Mello, Marcio Mello, Marcio Mello, Marcio Mello, Carlos Melo, Dean Miller, Jeff Miller, Dennis Mio, Eduardo Mio, Eduardo Mohriak, Webster Moldowan, J. Montaron, Bernard Mora, Alejandro Moraes, Marco Morris, Stephen Mosquera, Alfonso Mosquera, Alfonso Motoki, Akihisa

Wednesday P41 All Day Wednesday P1 All Day Tuesday 16:05 Wednesday 11:45 Monday P25

Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202

Wednesday 16:05 Wednesday P21 All Day Wednesday 17:25 Wednesday 14:05 Wednesday 17:05 Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday P12 All Day P14 All Day P8 All Day 10:45 P11 All Day 14:25 11:25 14:25 14:25 11:05 17:05 14:05 16:05 16:45 16:45 15:05

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2009 AAPG International Conference & Exhibition

Speaker N Narhari, Srinivasa Nascimento, Wellington Nasser, Amin Neufeld, Carmen Neufeld, Carmen Neves, Antonio Ngoc, Nguyen Huy Ngoc, Nguyen Huy Norman, Charles Speaker O O’Connor, Stephen Oguro, Aisgo Oluboyo, Ayodeji Oreiro, Sergio Ortenzi, Andrea Speaker P Pai, Satish Paim, Paulo Panguriseng, Muharram Pardo-Trujillo, Andres Pelosi, Ana Paula Penteado, Henrique Peralta-Vargas, Juan Pereira, Egberto Phillip, Lindy Pireno, Gadjah Pirmez, Carlos Planke, Sverre Porrera, Federico Potter, Paul Prasetyo, Hadi Price, Antony Prince, Christopher Prinzhofer, Alain Prinzhofer, Alain

Day Tuesday Mon/Tue Monday

Time/Booth P28 All Day SP08 10:25

Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 101 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Room Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 103

Session Unconventional Resources University Student Academic Research Plenary Session: Opportunities in a High-Stakes Environment New & Emerging Regions New & Emerging Regions New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Geophysics Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Session Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Exploration in Deepwater Settings Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Session Panel: Giant Fields of the Decade — E&P Challenges Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Formation Evaluation Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Structure, Traps and Seals Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Geophysics Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Innovation and Technology — New Applications Basin Genetics — How Things Work Innovation and Technology — New Applications Basin Genetics — How Things Work Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Geophysics Unconventional Resources Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II

Tuesday P16 All Day Tuesday P18 All Day Wednesday 10:45 Monday Tuesday Tuesday Day P39 All Day P40 All Day 09:25 Time/Booth

Tuesday 11:25 Wednesday 11:25 Monday 16:05 Wednesday 11:25 Wednesday P35 Day Tuesday Time/Booth 11:50

Wednesday P44 All Day Monday Monday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday P49 All Day P12 All Day P4 All Day 15:05 P25 All Day P13 P34 All Day P18 All Day 14:25 16:25 16:45 14:45 P23 All Day 16:45 09:25 14:45

Wednesday 14:25

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Broader, Further, Deeper 15–18 November, Rio de Janeiro

Speaker Q Queiroz, Claudia Speaker R Rad, Freyd Radovich, Barbara Radovich, Barbara Ramirez, Victor Raseroka, Audrey Rawat, Sushma Reis, Rui Reis, Luciana Ribeiro, Christophe Ribeiro, Matheus Cabral Roberts, Alan Roberts, Katie Robinson, Adam Rodrigues, René Rodriguez, Ricardo Romero, Pedro Rostirolla, Sidnei Rostirolla, Sidnei Rothfuss, Martin Roundtree, Russell Roux, Jacques Rowan, Mark Rui, Janne

Day

Time/Booth

Room Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 103

Session Reservoir Characterization — Traps and Seals Session Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins I Petroleum Systems: New Geochemical Insights New & Emerging Regions Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II University Students Academic Research Basin Genetics — How Things Work Structure, Traps and Seals Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Unconventional Resources Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt Unconventional Resources Unconventional Resources Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Risk Analysis and Assessment — Economic Analysis Formation Evaluation Session Exploration in Deepwater Settings Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin University Students Academic Research New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies II

Wednesday P18 All Day Day Tuesday Tuesday Time/Booth 14:05 14:05

Wednesday 09:05 Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Monday Monday P13 All Day P22 All Day 16:05 16:45 P30 All Day

Wednesday 14:45 Mon/Tue Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday SP07 14:25 P7 All Day P39 All Day P27 All Day 17:25 16:45 11:45

Wednesday 09:45 Tuesday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Tuesday P25 All Day 10:05 P22 All Day 10:45 09:45 P45 All Day Time/Booth 17:25 09:25 16:05 SP05 14:25

Ruiz, Corregidor Jose Luis Monday Speaker Day

S Saha, Souvick Monday Sanders, Carlo Tuesday Sant’Anna, Marilia Wednesday Santos, Cleison Das Mercês Mon-Tue Sapiie, Benyamin Wednesday Sapiie, Benyamin Satyana, Awang

Wednesday 17:25 Wednesday 14:45

38

2009 AAPG International Conference & Exhibition

Speaker S Schenk, Christopher Schiffer, Rogerio Schmitt, Priscila Scholz, Christopher Schroeder, Stefan Sengupta, Soma Sengupta, Siddhartha Sharp, Ian Sharp, Ian Shokair, Khalid Shrivastva, Chandramani Silva, Carlos Silva, Josias Silvan, Adrienne Smith, Charles Smith, Charles Souza, Marcos Souza Cruz, Carlos Emanoel Stabell, Charles Steckhan, Jan Stewart, Gregory Streimikiene, Dalia Subroto, Eddy Sulami, Sulaiman Svensen, Henrik Szatmari, Peter Szatmari, Peter Speaker T Tang, Yongchun Tang, David Tang, Yongchun Theodoro, Raquel Tognoli, Francisco Tokutake, Lucio Torres, Hugo Avalos Tournier, Florent

Day Monday

Time/Booth 17:05

Room Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 201 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 202 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 5, Room 103 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Room Pavilion 5, Room 203 Pavilion 5, Room 204 Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

Session Atlantic Margin Emerging Plays and Exploration Potential Reservoir Characterization I Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Innovation and Technology — New Applications Reservoir Characterization I New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Reservoir Characterization I Innovation and Technology — New Applications Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Exploration in Deepwater Settings Geophysics Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Structure, Traps and Seals Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Risk Analysis & Assessment — Economic Analysis Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Risk Analysis & Assessment — Economic Analysis Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Structural Traps and Seals Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Salt Basins E&P Challenges I Salt Basins and E&P Challenges Session Basin Modeling I Formation Evaluation Techniques for Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates Regional Geology Applied to Exploration — A World Tour Formation Evaluation Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis

Wednesday 09:05 Tuesday 17:25 Tuesday 14:45 Wednesday 09:45 Wednesday 15:05 Wednesday 16:25 Monday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday 14:05 10:05 16:25 14:05 15:05 P38 All Day 15:05 09:25

Wednesday 16:25 Wednesday P5 All Day Monday Monday P41 All Day P26 All Day

Wednesday P33 All Day Wednesday 14:45 Monday P27 All Day Monday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Day P16 All Day 16:25 16:05 09:45 P5 All Day Time/Booth

Monday 16:25 Wednesday 09:05 Wednesday P20 All Day Monday P43 All Day Monday Monday P8 All Day P31All Day

Monday P46 All Day Wednesday P24 All Day

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Broader, Further, Deeper 15–18 November, Rio de Janeiro

Speaker T Traby, Renaud Trindade, Luiz Tyagi, Anil Tyagi, Anil Speaker U Unternehr, Patrick Urien, Carlos Speaker V Vega, Juan Velaj, Telo Velo, Diego Versfelt, Joseph Vesely, Fernando Vieira, Juliana Villegas, Rossmary Vining, Bernie Speaker W Widarsono, Bambang Wilson, Hamish Wolff, Breno Speaker Y Young, Charles Speaker Z Zagotto, Eric Zalán, Pedro Zerilli, Andrea Zhang, Jinchuan

Day Monday Tuesday

Time/Booth 17:05 15:05

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Session Basin Modeling I Petroleum Systems Geochemical Methods and Regional Studies I Exploration in Deepwater Settings Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization Session Regional Geology and Exploration of the Brazilian Pre-Salt New & Emerging Regions Session Geophysics Structure,Traps and Seals Reservoir Characterization and Diagenesis Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Stratigraphy, Clastics and Carbonates New & Emerging Regions Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Innovation and Technology — New Applications Session Formation Evaluation and Drilling Optimization New and Emerging Regions- New Ways to Look at Old Plays, New Opportunities in Frontier Basins II E&P Challenges in Greater Campos Basin Session Petroleum Systems from Brazil and Around the World Session Reservoir Characterization — Fractured Reservoirs Atlantic Margin Structural Geology and Tectonics Geophysics Unconventional Resources

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The AAPG 2009 International Conference & Exhibition is host to more than 60 exhibitors showcasing their latest technologies and innovations in the upstream petroleum field. From well-logging to mapping, seismic data to GIS, geological to geophysical modeling and training courses to exploration/prospect software, you’ll find it all in the state-of-the art displays on the exhibition floor, located in Pavilion 2, Level 1. Exhibition hours are: Sunday, 15 November . . . . . . . . . . . 18:00–20:00 Monday, 16 November . . . . . . . . . . 11:00–20:00 Tuesday, 17 November . . . . . . . . . . 11:00–20:00 Wednesday, 18 November . . . . . . . 11:00–16:30

AAPG . . . . . . . . . . . . AAPG Center 1444 S. Boulder Ave. Tulsa, OK 74119 — USA AAPG Bookstore Phone: +1 918 584 2555 Fax: +1 918 560 2652 E-mail: bookstore@aapg.org Web site: www.aapg.org Publishing, Book seller. Purchase here or place an order and have it shipped New Products: More than 150 titles (partial or digital) to browse AAPG Communications Phone: +1 918 560 2647 Fax: +1 918 560 2636 E-mail: bmer@aapg.org Contact: Brenda Merideth Web site: www.aapg.org Publications, Advertising, Web site AAPG Datapages Phone: +1 918 560 9423 Fax: +1 918 560 9418 E-mail: vlindsey@aapg.org Contact: Valerie Lindsey Web site: www.aapg.org AAPG Divisions & Membership Phone: +1 918 560 2613 Fax: +1 918 560 2694 E-mail: nnewby@aapg.org Contact: Norma Newby Web site: www.aapg.org Scientific or Professional Association

AAPG Education Phone: +1 918 560 2630 Fax: +1 918 560 2678 E-mail: debbi@aapg.org Contact: Debbi Boonstra Web site: www.aapg.org Geological Studies and Consulting, Scientific or Professional Association, Training Courses and Services AAPG Foundation Phone: +1 918 560 2644 Fax: +1 918 560 2642 E-mail: rgriffin@aapg.org Contact: Rebecca Griffin Web site: www.aapg.org Foundation AAPG Global Events Phone: +1 918 560 2617 Fax: +1 918 560 2684 E-mail: convene@aapg.org Web site: www.aapg.org AAPG U.S. Sections & International Regions Phone: +1 918 560 9403 Fax: +1 918 560 9418 E-mail: cmcgowen@aapg.org Contact: Carol McGowen Web site: www.aapg.org Scientific or Professional Association ABGP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .541 Cidade Univ. Ave. 1, Qda. 7 Rio de Janeiro-RJ 21949900 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 598 6460 Fax: +55 21 598 6799 E-mail: monica@abgp.com.br Contact: Monica Figueiredo Scientific or Professional Association, Training Courses and Services

Anadarko . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .837 Rua Victor Civita, 77 - Bl. 01 - 5° Andar Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 22775-905 Phone: +55 21 3043 7443 Fax: +55 21 3043 7492 E-mail: rose.lemos@anadarko.com Contact: Rose Mary Teixeira de Lemos Web site: www.anadarko.com ANCAP — Ronda Uruguay . . . . . . IP Paysandu S/N Esq. Av. Del Libertador Montevideo 11100 — Uruguay Phone: +598 2 9084557 Fax: +598 2 9006724 E-mail: sferro@ancap.com.uy Contact: Santiago Gerro Web site: www.ancap.com.uy ANH Colombia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP Calle 99, No. 9A-54 Torre 3, Piso 14 Bogota, Colombia Phone: +571 593 1717 Fax: +571 593 1718 E-mail: gp02@anh.gov.co Contact: Angela Utueta Web site: www.anh.gov.co Archimedes Consulting . . . . . .936 31 Stirling Street Thebarton SA 5031 — Australia Phone: +61 8 8234 0511 Fax: +61 8 8234 2637 E-mail: smarkham@archimedesconsulting.com.au Contact: Stephen Markham Web site: www.archimedes-consulting .com.au

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Austin GeoModeling, Inc . . . . . .831 10333 Richmond Ave., Suite 350 Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 713 952 4141 x162 Fax: +1 713 456 2922 E-mail: erin@austingeo.com Contact: Erin White Web site: www.focusongeology.com Australian Seismic Brokers . . .122 Unit 5 171-175 Abernethy Road, Perth West Australia 6104 — Australia Phone: + 618 9479 5900 Fax: + 618 9479 5911 E-mail: j.boldock@asb.com.au Contact: John Boldock Web site: www.asb.com.au Data Services; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Non-Exclusive Seismic Data; Seismic Computer Processing Badley Geoscience Ltd . . . . . . .104 North Beck House, North Beck Lane Hundleby, Spilsby Lincolnshire PE23 5NB — UK Phone: +44 1790 753472 Fax: +44 1790 753527 E-mail: info@badleys.co.uk Contact: Dr. Alan Roberts / Dr. Dave Quinn Web site: www.badleys.co.uk Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Computer Software; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Geophysical Modeling; Training Courses and Services Bayfield Energy Ltd . . . . . . . . . .114 12 Westward Ho Guildford GU1 1UU — UK Phone: +44 777 610 6923 E-mail: stefano.santoni@bayfieldenergy.com Contact: Stefano Santoni BEICIP — Franlab . . . . . . . . . . .814 232 Av. Napoleon Bonaparte Rueil-Malmaison 92500 — France Phone: +33 1 47 08 80 89 Fax: + 33 1 47 08 80 36 E-mail: yolande.riveiro@beicip.com Contact: Yolande Riveiro Web site: www.beicip-inc.com

C&C Reservoirs, Inc . . . . . . . . . .116 10333 Harwin Drive, Suite 270 Houston, TX 77036 — USA Phone: +1 713 776 3872 Fax: +1 713 776 8289 E-mail: info@ccreservoirs.com Contact: Dr. Shengyu Wu / Nigel Duxbury Web site: www.ccreservoir.com Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Computer Software; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Field Appraisal; Geological Studies and Consulting CGGVeritas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .223 10300 Town Park Drive Houston, TX 77072 — USA Phone: +1 281 627 3687 E-mail: lynne.asher@cggveritas.com Contact: Lynne Asher Web site: cggveritas.com Colombian Association of Petroleum Geologists and Geophysicists . . . . . . . . . . . . . .641 Calle 72 - 5-83 Oficina 902 Bogota — Colombia Phone: +57 1 255 8777 Fax: +57 1 345 4361 E-mail: acggp@cable.net.co Web site: www.acggp.org DI International . . . . . . . . . . . . .914 1 Rooksmoor Mills, Woodchester, Stroud Gloucestershire GL5 5ND — UK Phone: +44 1453 878 600 Fax: +44 1453 878 610 E-mail: info@diiinfo.com Contact: Dr. Nick Robinson Web site: www.diiinfo.com Data Management; Data Services; Map Displays New Product: WEB+ The first continuously updated E&P activity service available online Directorate General of Oil and Gas, Indonesia . . . . . . . . IP Plaza Centris, 7th Floor, Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Kav B-5 Jakarta 12910 — Indonesia Phone: +62 21 5268910 x132, x135 Fax: +62 21 5268963 E-mail: zuhdisnst@yahoo.com Contact: Zuhdi Sulaiman Web site: www.geomigas.com

EAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .711 P.O. Box 59 Houten 3990 DB — The Netherlands Phone: +31 88 955 5055 Fax: +31 30 634 3524 E-mail: eage@eage.org Web site: www.eage.org Scientific or Professional Association Earthmoves Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 38 Upper Park Road Camberley GU15 2EF — UK Phone: +44 1276 671772 Fax: +44 1276 517451 E-mail: steel.ian@gmail.com Contact: Ian Steel Web site: www.earthmoves.co.uk Ecopetrol S .A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211 Calle 37 #B 43, Piso 2 Bogota — Colombia Phone: +57 1 234 5482 Fax: +57 1 234 5675 E-mail: Maria.Ramirez@ecopetrol.com.co Contact: Maria Ramirez Web site: www.ecopetrol.com.co Editora Brasil Energia Ltda . . . .738 Rua México, 03 - 13o. Andar Rio de Janeiro - RJ 20.031-144 — Brazil Phone: + 55 21 3503-0303 Fax: + 55 21 3503-0301 E-mail: publicidade@brasilenergia.com.br Contact: Carlos Carvalho Web site: www.brasilenergia.com.br Publishing, Bookseller ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . .732 9500, Bento Gonçalves Av. Sector 4 Building 43424 - Room 108 Porto Alegre / RS 91509-900 — Brazil Phone: + 55 51 3308 7134 E-mail: endeeper@endeeper.com Contact: Mara Abel Web site: www.endeeper.com Computer Hardware for Exploration or Product Evaluation; Computer Software; Data Management; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Reservoir Evaluation; Training Courses and Services

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Energy & Geoscience Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 423 Wakara Way, #300 Salt Lake City, UT 84108 — USA Phone: +1 801 585 9137 Fax: +1 801 585 9633 E-mail: njohnson@egi.utah.edu Contact: Nancy Johnson Web site: www.egi.utah.edu ExxonMobil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .612 800 Bell St. Houston, TX 77002 — USA Phone: +1 731 656 5706 Fax: +1 713 656 8328 E-mail: elaine.white@exxonmobil.com Contact: Elaine White Web site: www.exxonmobil.com EZDataRoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .631 Zebra Data Sciences, EMR, New Road East Malling ME19 6BJ — UK Phone: +44 1732 220058 Fax: +44 1732 876678 E-mail: tajackson@zebradat.com Contact: Terry Jackson Web site: www.zebradat.com International divestment of oil/gas assets to vast client base through marketing and online data rooms Fugro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .731 6100 Hillcroft, Suite 115 Houston, TX 77081 — USA Phone: +55 21 21258500 Fax: +1 713 369 6110 E-mail: evando.bartholazzi@fugro-br.com Contact: Evando Bartholazzi Web site: www.fugro.com

Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc . . . . . . . . . . . .531 8665 New Trails Drive, Suite 125 The Woodlands, TX 77381 — USA Phone: +1 281 363 8510 Fax: +1 281 363 4657 E-mail: gsparkman@fusiongeo.com Contact: Gene Sparkman Web site: www.fusiongeo.com Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Computer Software; E&P Project Economics and Evaluation; Engineering Consulting Services; Field Appraisal; Geological, Geophysical Workstations; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Geophysical Modeling; Reserves Appraisal, Resource Management and Risk Analysis; Reservoir Evaluation; Reservoir Optimization; Seismic Computer Processing; Seismic Interpretation and Consulting; Well Log Analysis New Product: Fusion is proud to release the latest in its line of expert software packages GeoPRO and VizPRO Gabon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP c/o CGG Veritas, Crompton Way, Manor Royal Estate Crawley RH10 9QN — UK Phone: + 44 1293 683257 Fax: + 44 1293 443201 E-mail: matthew.swan@cggveritas.com Contact: Matthew Swan Geo-Microbial Technologies (GMT) . . . . . . . . .730 P.O. Box 132 Ochelata, OK 74051 — USA Phone: +1 918 535 2281 Fax: +1 918 535 2564 E-mail: danielh@gmtgeochem.com Contact: Daniel C. Hitzman Web site: www.gmtgeochem.com GEO ExPro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 15 Palace Place Mansions, Kensington Court London W8 5BB — England Phone: +44 790 991 5513 E-mail: kirsti.karlsson@geoexpro Contact: Kirsti Karlsson Web site: www.geoexpro.com Publishing, Bookseller

Geokinetics Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . .623 1500 City West Blvd., Suite 800 Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 281 848 6831 Fax: +1 281 398 9996 E-mail: louise.cooper@geokinetics.com Contact: Louise Cooper Web site: geokinetics.com GeoKnowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . .713 2925 Briarpark Drive, Suite 1299 Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 832 252 7624 Fax: +1 832 242 7626 E-mail: rosella@geoknowledge.com Contact: Rosella Gonzales Web site: www.geoknowledge.com Computer Software; E&P Project Economics and Evaluation; Reserves Appraisal, Resource Management and Risk Analysis; Training Courses and Services Geoquasar Energy Solutions . .930 Av. das Americas 3500 - BQ3 - Sl.402 Rio de Janeiro 22640-102 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 3449 2410 Fax: +55 21 3449 2411 E-mail: marcos@geoquasar.com.br Contact: Marcos F. De Almeida Web site: www.geoquasar.com GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1129 Kitson House, Elmete Hall, Elmete Lane Leeds LS8 2LJ — UK Phone: +44 113 322 2200 Fax: +44 113 273 5236 E-mail: iws@getech.com Contact: Ian Somerton Web site: www.getech.com Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Data Services; Geographical Information Systems (GIS); Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Geophysical Modeling; Gravity Services and Consulting; Magnetic Service and Consulting New Product: Global Tectonics Programme, Atlases of Global Palaeogeography, new non-exclusive Equatoral Atlantic Margins study

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Gore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 100 Chesapeake Blvd. Elkton, MD 21921 — USA Phone: +1 410 506 4846 Fax: +1 410 506 4780 E-mail: kjdavis@wlgore.com Contact: Kathy Davis Web site: www.gore.com/surveys HRT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 Avenida Atlantica, 1130, 7 Andar Rio de Janeiro, 1RJ 22021-000 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 21059700 Fax: +55 21 21059713 E-mail: marcio@hrt.com.br Contact: Marcio Mello IBP-Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute . . . .640 Av. Almirante Barroso, 52/26 Rio de Janeiro 20031-000 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 21129000 Fax: +55 21 22201596 E-mail: anaguedes@ibp.org.br Contact: Ana Guedes Web site: www.ibp.org.br Infoterra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220 Atlas House, 41 Wembley Road Leicester LE3 1UT — UK Phone: +44 (0)116 273 2300 Fax: +44 (0) 116 273 2400 E-mail: paul.murphy@infoterra-global.com Contact: Paul Murphy Web site: www.infoterra-global.com Aerial Photograph; Airborne Radar Remote Sensing; Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Data Management; Data Services; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Engineering Consulting Services; Environmental, Hydrogeological Services/Studies; Geodetic Management; Geographical Information Systems (GIS); Geological, Geophysical Workstations; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Modeling; Global Positioning Systems (GPS); Helicopter, Aircraft Services; Map Displays; Reservoir Evaluation; Satellite Image Processing, Digitizing and Interpretation

Ingrain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .810 3733 Westheimer Houston, TX 77027 — USA Phone: +1 713 993 9795 Fax: +1 713 993 9918 E-mail: nora@ingrainrocks.com Contact: Nora Villarreal Web site: www.ingrainrocks.com Core Analysis; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services ION — GX Technology . . . . . . . .523 2105 Citywest Blvd. Suite 900 Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 713 789 7250 Fax: +1 713 789 7201 E-mail: ashley.harris@iongeo.com Contact: Ashley Harris Web site: www.iongeo.com K2 Sistemas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .636 Rua Santo Avito 3E Rio de Janeiro — Brazil Phone: +55 21 2512 2084 E-mail: levy@k2sistemas.com.br Contact: Carlos Levy Web site: www.k2sistemas.com.br LandOcean Energy Services Co . Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . .836 6100 Corporate Drive, Suite 180 Houston, TX 77036 — USA Phone: +1 593 2 2454 282 Fax: +1 713 777 5832 E-mail: giselle@ldocean-usa.com Contact: Giselle Salgado Web site: www.ldocean.com.cn LEGEP Mineracao Ltda . . . . . . .839 Americas Avenue 16551 22790-701 Rio de Janeiro — Brazil Phone: +55 21 24378957 Fax: +55 21 24378641 E-mail: eportrio@legep.com.br Contact: Rosana Piouesan Web site: www.legep.com.br

Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102 144 West George St Glasgow G2 2HG — UK Phone: +44 141 332 2681 E-mail: sales@mve.com Contact: Sarah Davenport Web site: www.mve.com Computer Software; Field Appraisal; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Training Courses and Services New Product: Move2010 Moyes & Co . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1127 8235 Douglas Ave., Suite 1221 Dallas, TX 75225 — USA Phone: + 1 214 623 6700 Fax: +1 214 623 6799 E-mail: icross@moyesco.com Contact: Ian Cross Web site: www.moyesco.com E&P Project Economics and Evaluation; Engineering Consulting Services; Political Risk Assessment; Reserves Appraisal, Resource Management and Risk Analysis Namcor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP Private Bag 13196 Windhoek 9000 — Namibia Phone: +264 61 2045053 Fax: +264 61 221785 E-mail: mbui@namcor.com.na Contact: Obeta Mbui Nautilus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .537 2929 Briar Park Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 713 443 1566 Fax: +1 713 266 2842 E-mail: b.petty@nautilusworld.com Contact: Bob Petty Web site: www.nautilusworld.com Training Courses and Services

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Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 4800 Sugar Grove Blvd., Suite 200 Stafford, TX 77477 — USA Phone: +1 281 240 2525 Fax: +1 281 240 2526 E-mail: dgriffiths@neuralog.com Contact: Duncan Griffiths Web site: www.neuralog.com Computer Hardware for Exploration or Product Evaluation; Computer Software; Data Management; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Geological, Geophysical Workstations; Log Digitizing; Mapping Software; Well Log Analysis OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .637 291 Edenwold Dr. NW Calgary, Alberta T3A 4A4 — Canada Phone: +1 403 547 1656 E-mail: alilorne@shaw.ca Contact: Lorne Slusarchuk Web site: www.oilserv.biz Bits, Downhole Tools, On-site Equipment; Drill-stem Testing or Other Well Testing; Measurement While Drilling (MWD); Pipe Recovery Equipment and Services; Reservoir Evaluation; Seismic Data Acquisition; Well Coring; Well Log Analysis; Well Logging; Well Treatment ONHYM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP 34 Av. Al-Fadila Rabat 10050 — Morocco Phone: +212 53 7238136 Fax: +212 53 7281626 E-mail: jabour@onhym.com Contact: Haddou Jabour Web site: www.onhym.com Petroleum Agency SA . . . . . . . . . IP 151 Frans Conradie Drive, Parow Cape Town 7800 — South Africa Phone: +27 21 938 3500 Fax: +27 21 938 3520 E-mail: parkern@petroleumagencysa.com Contact: Dave Van Der Spuy Petroleum Geo Services-PGS . .423 Rua Victor Civita 77, Bloco 1, ED. 6.2, 4º Andar Rio de Janeiro - RJ 22775-044 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 3970 7322 Fax: +55 21 3970 7339 E-mail: alex.vartan@pgs.com Contact: Alex Vartan Web site: www.pgs.com

PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . .633 Av. General Lima e Silva, n. 1533/403 Porto Alegre 90050-103 — Brazil Phone: +55 (51) 3019 2604 Fax: +55 (51) 3308 7047 E-mail: jkuchle@petrosolbr.com Contact: Juliano Kuchle Web site: www.petrosolbr.com Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Core Analysis; Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Field Appraisal; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Mapping, Cartographic Services; Reservoir Evaluation; Reservoir Optimization; Seismic Interpretation and Consulting; Training Courses and Services New Product: Integrated stratigraphic and petrologic services. Basin and reservoir modeling. Seismostratigraphy interpretation. Reservoir optimization. Sequence stratigraphy and sedimentary petrology courses. Petrosys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201 3050 Post Oak, Suite 1777 Houston, TX 77056 — USA Phone: +1 713 580 2900 Fax: +1 713 580 2901 E-mail: don.dudley@petrosys-usa.com Contact: Don Dudley Web site: www.petrosys.com.au Prospectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .811 Nva: Santa Alexandria 1011 / Castelivho Rio de Janeiro — Brazil Phone: +55 21 2502 2526 Fax: +55 21 2502 6716 E-mail: daniel.grisolia@prospectorsbr.com Contact: Daniel Grisolia Web site: www.prospectorsbr.com Repsol S .A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .403 Paseo de la Castellana 278-280 28046 Madrid — Spain Phone: +34 91 348 81 00 Fax: +34 91 314 28 21 E-mail: gsimoes@repsol.com Contact: Gabriela Simoes Web site: www.repsol.com

Repsol Brasil S .A . . . . . . . . . . .403 Praia de Botafogo, 300 - 7th floor 22250-040 Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Phone: +55 21 2559 7000 Fax: +55 21 2552 8552 e-mail: contato@repsol.com Home-page: www.repsol.com Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Ministry of Energy & Energy Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP International Waterfront Centre, Tower C, L23, #1 Wrightson Rd Port of Spain — Trinidad Tobago Phone: +1 868 623 6708 Fax: +1 868 627 1486 E-mail: hinniss@energy.gov.tt Contact: Helena Inniss Saudi Aramco c/o Aramco Services Co . . . . . . . . .330 9009 West Loop South Houston, TX 77096 — USA Phone: +1 713 432 5281 Fax: +1 713 432 8292 E-mail: mt.zimmerman@aramcoservices.com Contact: Marianne Zimmerman Web site: www.aramco.jobs Schlumberger . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203 Av. Presidente Wilson, 231 / 20th Rio de Janeiro 20030-021 — Brazil Phone: +55 21 3824 6953 E-mail: EValle@exchange.slb.com Contact: Ericka Valle Web site: www.slb.com SDC Geologix . . . . . . . . . . . . . .736 9801 Westheimer, Suite 302 Houston, TX 77042 — USA Phone: +1 713 917 6755 Fax: +1 713 917 6806 E-mail: egallegos@geologix.com Contact: Ernesto Gallegos Web site: www.geologix.com

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SDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .937 11111 Richmond Ave., Suite 110 Houston, TX 77082 — USA Phone: +1 713 266 5667 Fax: +1 713 979 4864 E-mail: ndaly@sdicgm.com Contact: Noel Daly Web site: www.sdicgm.com Computer Graphics; Computer Software; Map Displays New Product: SDI Editor APS — View, Edit, Montage, Convert & Print CGM, PDF, Postscript, EMF, HPGL, TIFF, JPEG, PNG Seismic Micro-Technology . . . .926 8584 Katy Freeway, Suite 400 Houston , TX 77024 — USA Phone: +1 713 464 6188 Fax: +1 713 464 6440 E-mail: smt@seismicmicro.com Contact: Bill Stephenson Web site: www.seismicmicro.com Computer Software; Data Management; E&P Project Economics and Evaluation; Geological Modeling; Geophysical Interpretation; Geophysical Modeling; Log Digitizing; Map Displays; Mapping Software; Well Log Analysis SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) . . . . . . . .739 4111 S. Darlington, #100 Tulsa, OK 74135 — USA Phone: +1 918 610 3361, x101 Fax: +1 918 621 1685 E-mail: tscott@sepm.org Contact: Theresa Scott Web site: www.sepm.org Scientific or Professional Association Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 16225 Park Ten Place, Suite 300 Houston, TX 77084 — USA Phone: +1 281 647 0602 Fax: +1 281 647 0926 E-mail: leo.snowman@spectrumasa.com Contact: Leo Snowman Web site: www.spectrumasa.com Digitizing, Digital Products and Services; Non-Exclusive Seismic Data; Seismic Computer Processing; Seismic Data Acquisition New Product: New non-exclusive seismic data opportunities offshore Brazil

TDI-Brooks International . . . . .813 1902 Pinon Drive College Station TX 77845 — USA Phone: +1 979 693 3446 Fax: +1 979 693 6389 E-mail: bradbernard@tdi-bi.com Contact: Brad Bernard TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . .1031 2500 CityWest Blvd., Suite 2000 Houston, TX 77042-3035 — USA Phone: +1 713 860 2120 Fax: +1 713 334 3308 E-mail: kima@tgsnopec.com Contact: J. Kim Abdallah Web site: www.tgsnopec.com Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis; Data Management; Data Services; Geologic, Geophysical Workstations; Geological Modeling; Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Geophysical Modeling; Gravity Services and Consulting; Log Digitizing; Magnetic Service and Consulting; Non-Exclusive Seismic Data; Petroleum E&P Company; Seismic Computer Processing; Seismic Data Acquisition; Seismic Interpretation and Consulting; Well Log Analysis UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . .737 Law of the Sea, Admiralty Way, Taunton Somerset TA1 2DN — UK Phone: +44 (0)182 337900 Fax: +44 (0)1823 353075 E-mail: los@ukho.gov.uk Contact: John Brown Web site: www.ukho.gov.uk Geological Studies and Consulting; Geophysical Interpretation; Government Agency; Map Displays; Mapping, Cartographic Services; Training Courses and Services; Law of the Sea Consultancy Weatherford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .323 Blvd. M. Avila Camacho 40 Col. L. de Chapultepec 11000 — Mexico Phone: +52 55 9138 4800 E-mail: gabriel.costa@weatherford.com Contact: Gabriel Costa Web site: www.weatherford.com

Visit the world at the International Pavilion
Make valuable contacts with energy ministers, state licensing authorities, national oil company executives and key players from international oil companies. The IP promotes international exploration and development opportunities of national oil companies and government agencies. In addition, the IP has become a year-round source of information for current global activity, licensing round announcements and data package releases. Stop by the International Pavilion and take advantage of the opportunity to talk directly with representatives from the countries and hear their presentations in the IP Theatre. Or visit us at the IP website www.internationalpavilion.com to review highlights of presentations from many of the IP participating countries. Afghanistan Angola Australia Bahrain Barbados Belize British Columbia Cameroon Colombia Cote d’Ivoire D.R. Congo Egypt Eritrea Falkland Islands Gabon Ghana Greenland Iceland Indonesia Ireland Jamaica Kenya Korea Liberia Malaysia Madagascar Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Newfoundland New Brunswick Nicaragua Nova Scotia Namibia Peru Philippines Poland Sao Tome Senegal Seychelles Suriname Somaliland South Africa Tanzania Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Uganda Uruguay Vietnam

Exhibitor Products/Services Cross Reference
Aerial Photography Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Airborne Radar Remote Sensing Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Basin Studies, Modeling Analysis Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 C&C Reservoirs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Bits, Downhole Tools, On-site Equipment OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Computer Graphics SDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937 Computer Hardware for Exploration or Product Evaluation ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Computer Software Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 C&C Reservoirs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GeoKnowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713 Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 SDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 Core Analysis Ingrain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 701 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Data Management DI International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 914 ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Data Services Australian Seismic Brokers . . . . . . . 220 DI International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 914 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Digitizing, Digital Products and Services Australian Seismic Brokers . . . . . . . 220 C&C Reservoirs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Ingrain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 701 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Drill-stem Testing or Other Well Testing OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 E&P Project Economics and Evaluation Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GeoKnowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713 Moyes & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1127 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 Engineering Consulting Services Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Moyes & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1127 Environmental, Hydrogeological Services/Studies Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Field Appraisal C&C Reservoirs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Geodetic Management Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Geographical Information Systems (GIS) GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Geological, Geophysical Workstations Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Geological Modeling Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Geological Studies and Consulting Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 C&C Reservoirs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737

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Geophysical Interpretation Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737 Geophysical Modeling Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Government Agency UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737 Gravity Services and Consulting GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Helicopter, Aircraft Services Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 Log Digitizing Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Magnetic Service and Consulting GETECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1129 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Map Displays DI International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 914 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 SDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 937 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737 Mapping Software Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926

Mapping, Cartographic Services PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737 Measurement While Drilling (MWD) OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Non-Exclusive Seismic Data Australian Seismic Brokers . . . . . . . 220 Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Petroleum E&P Company Anadarko Petroleum Corporation . . 837 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Pipe Recovery Equipment and Services OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Political Risk Assessment Moyes & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1127 Publishing, Bookseller AAPG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AAPG Center Editora Brasil Energia Ltda. . . . . . . 1036 GEO ExPro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Reserves Appraisal, Resource Management and Risk Analysis Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 GeoKnowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713 Moyes & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1127 Reservoir Evaluation ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Reservoir Optimization Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 Satellite Image Processing, Digitizing and Interpretation Infoterra. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220

Scientific or Professional Association AAPG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AAPG Center ABGP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1043 Seismic Computer Processing Australian Seismic Brokers . . . . . . . 220 Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Seismic Data Acquisition OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Spectrum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Seismic Interpretation and Consulting Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Training Courses and Services AAPG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AAPG Center ABGP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1043 Badley Geoscience Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . 104 ENDEEPER Rock Knowledge Systems . . . . . . . . . . . 732 GeoKnowledge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713 Midland Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Nautilus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 537 PETROSOL Petroleum Geology Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 633 UK Hydrographic Office . . . . . . . . . . 737 Well Coring OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Well Log Analysis Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. 531 Neuralog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Seismic Micro-Technology . . . . . . . . 926 TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 Well Logging OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637 Well Treatment OiLSERV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 637

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Riocentro Convention Center Pavilion 2, Exhibition Hall

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See the short course sign in the registration area of Pavilion 5 for the location of post-conference short courses and workshops.

Short Courses and Guided Core Displays
Pre-Conference Short Course 1
Workshop on Microbial Carbonate Facies and Reservoirs Date: Friday, 13 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructors: Ernie Mancini (University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA) and Wayne Ahr (Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA) Fee: Professional: US$800; Student: US$400 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people

Pre-Conference Short Course 6
Structural Styles in Petroleum Exploration Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Pedro Zalan (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$800; Student: US$50 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people

Pre-Conference Short Course 7
Student Short Course — Visualization Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Location: StatoilHydro Visualization Center, Rio de Janeiro Instructor: Nils Telnaes (StatoilHydro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: US$30 Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 12 people

Pre-Conference Short Course 2
Salt Geology and Tectonics Dates: Friday–Saturday, 13–14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructors: Webster Mohriak and Peter Szatmari (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,200; Student: US$30 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people

Pre-Conference Short Course 8 Pre-Conference Short Course 3
Student Short Course — Sequence Stratigraphy Workshop Dates: Friday–Saturday, 13–14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Vitor Abreu (ExxonMobil, Houston, TX, USA) and Tim Garfield Fee: US$50 Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 30 people Student Short Course — Integrated Basin and Play Analysis Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Bob Stewart (ExxonMobil, Houston, TX, USA) Fee: US$30 Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 30 people

Pre-Conference Workshop 9 — Guided Core Displays Pre-Conference Short Course 4
Application of Biological Markers to Understand Petroleum Systems Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructors: J. Michael Moldowan (Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA) and Marcio Mello (HRT Petroleum, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$800; Student: US$20 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people Brazilian Tertiary and Cretaceous Turbidites and Associated Facies Date: Thursday, 19 November Time: 09:30–16:00 Guides: Luci Arienti and Viviane dos Santos (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$800; Student: US$400 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people

Pre-Conference Workshop 5 — Guided Core Display
Structural Styles in Petroleum Exploration Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: 09:30–16:00 Guides: Fernanda Brito and Daniela Oliveira (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$800; Student: US$400 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people

Post-Conference Short Course 10 Student Short Course — Integrated Basin and Play Analysis Date: Thursday, 19 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Bob Stewart (ExxonMobil, Houston, TX, USA) Fee: US$30 Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 30 people

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Post-Conference Short Course 11 3-D Petroleum System Modeling Dates: Thursday–Friday, 19–20 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Andre Bender (HRT Petroleum, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,200; Student: US$100 (limited) Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 50 people Post-Conference Short Course 12 Student Short Course — Seismic Amplitude Interpretation Dates: Thursday–Friday, 19–20 November Time: 09:00–17:00 Instructor: Fred Hilterman (GeoKinetics, Houston, TX, USA ) Fee: US$50 Includes: Workbook, refreshments and lunch Limit: 30 people

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Post-Conference Short Course 13 Fluvial Stratigraphy Dates: Thursday–Friday, 19–20 November Instructor: John Holbrook (University of Texas, Arlington, TX, USA) Post-Conference Short Course 14 Brazilian Geology: Atlantic Brazilian Margins Date: Friday, 20 November Instructor: Nilo C. de Azambuja Filho (HRT Petroleum, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil)

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Field Trips

Check for field trip availability at any registration counter.
Post-Conference Field Trip 4 — SOLD OUT
Petroleum Systems of the Recôncavo Basin Dates: Wednesday, 18 November, 20:30 – Saturday, 21 November, late afternoon Location: Departs from and returns to Salvador, Bahia Leaders: Luciano P. Magnavita (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) and Roberto R. Silva (Petrobras, Salvador, BA, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,000; Student: US$500 (limited) Includes: Field transportation, four nights lodging based on single occupancy (including Saturday night), boat trip, lunches, four breakfasts, two dinners, refreshments and guidebook Limit: 20 people Note: Weather is very warm in November. Participants should bring hats and sunglasses. Sunscreen is advisable. Outcrops are generally of easy access.

Pre-Conference Field Trip 1
Paleozoic Amazonas Basin Field Trip Along the Tapajós River, Northern Brazil Dates: Tuesday, 10 November, 19:00 – Friday, 13 November, 21:00 Location: Departs from and returns to Manaus, Amazon Leaders: Nilo Siguehiko Matsuda (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil), Wilson Rubem Winter (Petrobras, Macaé RJ, Brazil and Joaquim Wanderley Filho (Petrobras, Manaus, AM, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,650; Student: US$825 (limited) Includes: Round-trip flight between Manaus and Itaituba, two nights lodging in Manaus based on single occupancy (Tuesday and Friday), lodging in Itaituba based on double occupancy, boat trip, all lunches, four breakfasts, three group dinners, refreshments and guidebook Limit: 14 people (minimum of 9 people) Note: Weather is very humid and warm in November. Participants should bring hats and sunglasses. Sunscreen is advisable. Outcrops are mostly on the river margins and generally of easy access but we recommend tennis shoes. Swim suits are recommended.

Pre-Conference Field Trip 3 — SOLD OUT
Stratigraphy, Sedimentology and Petroleum Systems of the Pre-Rift/Rift/Post-Rift Systems in the Sergipe-Alagoas Passive Margin Basin, Northeastern Brazil Dates: Tuesday, 10 November, 19:00 – Saturday, 14 November, 14:00 Location: Departs from Aracaju, Sergipe, and returns to Recife, Pernambuco Leaders: James V. Ferreira (Petrobras, Aracaju, SE, Brazil) and Francisco Eduardo G. Cruz (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,000; Student: US$500 (limited) Includes: Field transportation, four nights lodging based on single occupancy (including Tuesday night), boat trip, lunches, four breakfasts, two group dinners (Wednesday and Friday), refreshments and guidebook Limit: 20 people Note: Weather is very warm in November. Participants should bring hats and sunglasses. Sunscreen is advisable. Outcrops are generally of easy access. We may have a chance to swim in the Sao Francisco River and at some clear water beaches in Alagoas, so swim suits are recommended.

Post-Conference Field Trip 5 Paleozoic Petroleum Systems of the Intracratonic Paraná Basin Dates: Wednesday, 18 November, 20:30 – Sunday, 22 November, noon Location: Departs from Curitiba, Paraná, and returns to Foz de Iguacu, Paraná Leaders: Almerio B. França and Fernando F. Vesely (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) Fee: Professional: US$1,000; Student: US$500 (limited) Includes: Field transportation, four nights lodging based on single occupancy (including Wednesday 18th), four breakfasts, lunches, refreshments and guidebook Limit: 20 people

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PRE-CONFERENCE Field Trip 2 Meso and Neoproterozoic of the Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Northeastern Brazil Dates: Tuesday, 10 November, 20:00 – Saturday, 14 November, 21:00 Location: Departs from and returns to Salvador, Bahia Leaders: Carlos Emanoel de Souza-Cruz (Petrobras, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil), Ricardo Defeo (Petrobras, Salvador, BA, Brazil) and and Cícero da Paixão Pereira (UFBA/CPGG, Salvador, BA, Brazil)

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Guest T ours
Tour 1 Full-Day Tropical Islands Tour Date: Saturday, 14 November Time: Pick-up from West area hotels: 08:00– Return: 18:30 approximately Pick-up from South area hotels: 09:00– Return: 18:30 approximately Fee: US$100 Includes: English/Spanish speaking guide, motor coach transportation, schooner cruise, buffet lunch with two non-alcoholic drinks (alcoholic drinks not included) Limit: Minimum 40 people Tour 2 Half-Day Corcovado and Hippie Fair in Ipanema Date: Sunday, 15 November Time: Pick-up from West area hotels: 08:00– Return: 14:00 approximately Pick-up from South area hotels: 09:00– Return: 14:00 approximately Fee: US$60 Includes: English/Spanish speaking guide, motor coach transportation, entrance fee for cogwheel train to visit Corcovado (lunch not included) Limit: Minimum 21 people Tour 4 Downtown City Tour including Sugar Loaf and National Historical Museum Date: Tuesday, 17 November Time: Pick-up from West area hotels: 08:00– Return: 14:00 approximately Pick-up from South area hotels: 09:00– Return: 14:00 approximately Fee: US$60 Includes: English/Spanish speaking guide, motor coach transportation, entrance fee for Sugar Loaf cable car (lunch not included) Limit: Minimum 21 people

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Tour 3 Private Lunch with Fashion and Jewelry Show Date: Monday, 16 November Tour 5 Full-Day Petropolis with Barbecue Lunch Date: Wednesday, 18 November

Hotel Pick-Up Points • West area hotels (Barra da Tijuca area): Royal Bourbon Residence, Windsor Barra, Sheraton Barra and Royalty Barra • South area hotels (Copacabana area): Sheraton Rio, Copacabana Palace and Rio Porto Bay

Experience Brazil

The Nex Level Experience Nex Level has been appointed by AAPG as the official ground operator for the conference. In operation in Brazil for more than five years and with more than 25 years experience in conference and event management, Nex Level will provide attendees and guests with valuable tourism assistance. Our Team If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Nex Level Tours. Our experienced team of travel consultants will be happy to help you customize the best pre- or post- conference tours making this a memorable trip to Brazil. Visit www.AAPG.org/Rio and click through to our website to get more information on how we can customize a tour based on your preferences and budget. For tour information contact Nex Level on-site near registration or: Tel: + 55 21 3816 7950 Fax: + 55 21 3816 7951 E-mail: nexlevel@nexlevel.com.br

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Student Activities
Student Reception
Date: Time: Location: Fee: Monday, 16 November 19:00–20:00 Windsor Barra Hotel, Windsor Room Included with conference registration All registered students and faculty are invited to attend this year’s Student Reception, where you’ll be greeted by AAPG and ABGP leaders, plus officials from the Students Reception sponsor. This networking event for “neo geos” is a great place for you to make industry contacts, learn more about AAPG membership benefits, get information on student chapter programs and more. Students, this event is for you.

Student and Faculty Lounge
Date: Time: Location: Fee:

Monday, 16 November — Wednesday, 18 November Exhibition Hall hours Exhibition Hall Included with conference registration

Food, friends and fun always get high marks. Take a break from conference activities and visit the Student and Faculty Lounge located inside the Exhibition Hall. Here you’ll find complimentary snacks, beverages and a comfortable chair where you can relax with friends or make new contacts with industry professionals.

Student Poster Session
Dates: Times: Fee:

Monday–Tuesday, 16–17 November Exhibition Hall hours Included with conference registration

This is a dedicated session for Brazilian university students to share their work with academic and industry colleagues. See details on page 24.

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General Information
Registration Location: Pavilion 5, Level 1 Sunday, 15 November . . . . . Monday, 16 November . . . . Tuesday, 17 November . . . . Wednesday, 18 November . . Visit the Cyber C@fé to surf the web, follow links to exhibitors’ websites, retrieve and send e-mail and keep in touch with colleagues and family while you are attending the conference. . . . . . . . . . 08:00–19:00 . 08:00–17:00 . 08:00–17:00 . 08:00–14:00 Electronic Capturing Capturing or photographing contents of oral or poster presentations or exhibition booths via any electronic media is strictly prohibited at all AAPG conventions and conferences. Guest Registration Guest registration includes: • Opening Ceremony • Icebreaker Reception • Conference and Exhibition • End-of-Day Receptions • Exhibitor-Sponsored Luncheon • Amenity Judges Information Location: Pavilion 5, Level 2 Room 206 Sunday, 15 November .................................. 13:00–18:00 Monday, 16 November ................................. 08:00–18:00 Tuesday, 17 November ................................. 08:00–18:00 Wednesday, 18 November ........................... 08:00–18:00 All judges should stop by the Judges Room to pick up packets prior to their assigned sessions. You may enjoy a beverage and snack while you receive final instructions and answers to questions regarding the judging process. Completed scorecards should be returned to the Judges Room as soon as possible after evaluating the session.

Exhibition Schedule Location: Pavilion 2, Level 1 Sunday, 15 November . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, 16 November . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, 17 November . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, 18 November . . . . . . .

18:00–20:00 11:00–20:00 11:00–20:00 11:00–16:30

Children under the age of 16 will not be allowed in the exhibition hall during setup or teardown. Children 13 and older will be allowed to attend the exhibition during regular exhibit hours if they are properly registered and wearing their badges. During exhibit hours, children under the age of 13 will not be allowed into any activities within the exhibition hall, including the Icebreaker Reception, unless they are young enough or small enough to be confined in a stroller, backpack or frontpack.

Conference Staff Office Sunday, 15 November ................................. 08:00–20:00 Monday, 16 November ................................ 08:00–18:30 Tuesday, 17 November ................................ 08:00–18:30 Wednesday, 18 November .......................... 08:00–14:00 Please come to Registration for general questions about ICE. If you need to speak with an AAPG staff member, the AAPG conference staff office is Room 102A. Please visit this office or telephone for assistance. Telephone numbers International: +55 21 3035 9250 National: 21 3035 9250 Internal: 9250 Abstract CD-ROM Pick up your free copy of the conference abstract CD-ROM by redeeming the ticket included in your registration packet. CD-ROMs are available during registration hours and will not be mailed. Cyber C@fé Date: Monday, 16 November—Wednesday, 18 November Time: During exhibition hours Location: Exhibition Hall

Local Information
Rio de Janeiro is divided into geographic zones: Zona Sul (South Zone), Zona Norte (North Zone), Zona Oeste (West Zone) and Centro (downtown). Each zone is subdivided into bairros (districts). Zona Norte – This is where Rio’s International Airport Galeão/ Tom Jobim (GIG) is located, at the Ilha do Governador district. The main bus terminal for interstate buses, Rodoviária Novo Rio, is also located here. Zona Oeste – ICE will be held at the Riocentro Exhibition & Convention center in Zona Oeste. This zone includes the Barra da Tijuca (or simply “Barra”) district and many of the conference hotels. Zona Sul – The districts of Ipanema, Copacabana and Leblon, where other conference hotels are located, are in Zona Sul. Most tourist destinations are also located in Zona Sul. Centro – This is considered downtown Rio and includes the city’s historic and financial center. The Santos Dumont Airport (SDU), offering domestic flights and shuttle service to São Paulo, is located in Centro.

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Dining The caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil made with cachaça, sugar and lemon. Rodízio is a style of restaurant service in Brazilian and Portuguese restaurants. One pays a fixed price and the waiters bring an offering of food to each customer at several times throughout the meal, until the customers signify that they have had enough. In churrascarias servers come to the table with knives and a skewer, on which are speared various kinds of meat, most commonly local cuts of beef, pork, or chicken whereas in a Pizza rodizio varied pizzas are brought on trays. In Brazil, the word cerveja refers only to bottled or canned beer. Draft beer, which is far more popular than bottled beer in most places, is called chopp (pronounced SHOW-pee). Lost and Found Location: Registration, Pavilion 5, Level 1 Items found during the conference and exhibition should be turned in at Registration. If you lose an item, check with Registration. If your item has not been turned in you may leave information on how to contact you should the item be found. Luggage Check Location: Pavilion 5, Level 1 Days: Wednesday, 08:00–18:00 A luggage check is available for a nominal fee to hold boxes, suitcases, coats or briefcases. Laptops and computer bags cannot be accepted. No Smoking Policy Smoking is prohibited inside the Pavilions at Riocentro.

Online Conference Itinerary Planner The Online Itinerary Planner allows attendees to view abstracts, sessions and other events. The items of interest may then be selected to create a personalized itinerary for the conference. Make your plan online at www.AAPG.org/Rio. Parking at Riocentro Riocentro has parking administered and controlled by a third party. The cost to park during the conference is R$36 per day with in and out privileges. Make sure your parking ticket is visible at all times. Use Gate E to enter and Gate C to exit. Overnight parking is not permitted at the Riocentro. There is a fine of R$500 per night if your vehicle is left overnight. Speakers and Poster Presenters Breakfast Location: Pavilion 5, Level 1, Room 101 Time: 08:00–08:45 (Mon-Wed) A light breakfast is provided for you on the day of your presentation in Riocentro. This is an opportunity for you to meet your session chairs and other presenters as well as receive the overall session schedule and specific notes concerning your session room. Speakers Service Center Location: Pavilion 5, Level 2 Room 205 Sunday, 15 November .................................. 13:00–19:00 Monday, 16 November ................................. 08:00–18:00 Tuesday, 17 November ................................. 08:00–18:00 Wednesday, 18 November ........................... 08:00–16:00 The Speakers Service Center will have several rehearsal stations equipped with computers. As a presenter, you are required to check into the Speakers Service Center no later than the afternoon of the day prior to your presentation. Please deliver your computer-based presentation to the attendant. It

Conference Shuttle Free shuttle bus transportation for all registered delegates will operate 15–18 November from the hotels listed below to Riocentro and back. Buses will be identified by their route number. Routes and pick up times Route 1 South Zone Hotel Rio Porto Bay Route 2 Sheraton Rio Sheraton Rio Route 3 Barra da Tijuca Windsor Barra, Sheraton Barra, Royalty Barra, Bourbon Residence 07:30 to 15:00 (every hour); 15:00 to 18:00 (every 20 minutes)

15 November 16 to 18 November

07:30, 10:30, 13:30, 14:30 06:15, 07:15, 09:15

07:30 to 15:00 (every hour); 15:00 to 18:00 (every 20 minutes)

07:00 to 08:00 (every 10 minutes); 07:00 to 08:00 (every 10 minutes), 08:00 to 10:00 (every 30 minutes); 08:00 to 10:00 (every 30 minutes), 10:00 to 17:00 (every hour) 10:00 to 17:00 (every hour) 12:00 to 18:00 (every hour); 18:00 to 21:00 12:00 to 18:00 (every hour) 18:00 to 21:00

Return times

17:00, 19:00, 21:00

For those attending the Speakers and Poster Presenter’s Breakfasts on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Riocentro at 08:00, you will need to take the first shuttle from your hotel. 61

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is especially critical for Monday morning session presenters to check in on Sunday. Please be sure to check “in” and “out” with a Speakers Service Center attendant.

* Barra da Tijuca (706) • Radio taxis: These white, blue or red taxis are reserved by calling the company and requesting service. Cars are bigger and usually air-conditioned. Some radio-taxis charge by the meter, others charge flat rates. Ask for all details first. They will need a contact phone number to confirm the ride. • Yellow taxis: Taxis are a bright yellow with a blue stripe on the sides. Yellow taxis run by the meter. There is an initial fare and the meter starts ticking as soon as you get in. After 21:00 and on weekends fares are a little higher. A tip of R$1 is normal. Some taxis are air-conditioned at no extra charge. • Subway (Metrô): Rio’s subway is still relatively small, but it is safe, comfortable and reliable. It is especially useful to take you from Copacabana to Botafogo, Flamengo, Gloria and Downtown. The subway does not yet reach Ipanema, Leblon and Barra. Cars stop running at 23:00 and on weekends. Visitors traveling to Riocentro by subway (Metrô) should catch the Metrô Barra bus at the Siqueira Campos Station at Copacabana, getting off at the Terminal Alvorada bus terminal boarding other buses going past the Riocentro.

Transportation
Public Transportation Air-conditioned buses: Locally known as frescão (freshcaun) — the fresh guys — air-conditioned buses can be hailed, just like taxis. They run along the beach and connect South Side neighborhoods to each other, downtown, the airport and Barra. They do not have a fixed schedule posted on the street, though. As they are not as frequent as regular buses, you may have to wait for a few minutes. • Buses: Rio’s most popular means of transportation, yet the trickiest to master. A ride on a circular line bus is less than R$2. There are bus lines connecting the whole city, and you do not need exact change. There is a professional known as cobrador sitting behind a turnstile to collect your money and give you change. Buses are not air-conditioned, and at rush hours they may look more like sardine cans. Safety is an issue to consider. Sometimes pickpockets and petty thieves take advantage of crowded buses to prey upon commuters. Bus lines running past Riocentro (subject to change): * Cascadura-Riocentro (757) * Cascadura-Riocentro (763) * Castelo-Taquara (2113) * Praça XV-Riocentro (268) * Terminal Alvorada (708)

Conference Hotel Information
Hotel Copacabana Palace Rio Porto Bay Internacional Royal Bourbon Residence Royalty Barra Sheraton Barra Sheraton Rio Windsor Barra Address Avenida Atlântica 1702 Copacabana 22021-001 Av. Atlântica, 1500 Copacabana 22021-000 Rua Malibú, 1.355 Barra da Tijuca – 22793-295 Av. do Pepe, 690 Barra da Tijuca 22622-170 Avenida Lúcio Costa, 3150 Barra da Tijuca 22630-010 Av. Niemeyer, 121 Leblon 22450-220 Av. Sernambetiba, 2630 Barra da Tijuca 22620-172 Phone # Tel: +55 21 2548 7070 Fax: +55 21 2235 7330 Tel: +55 21 2546 8000 Fax: +55 21 2542 5443 Tel: +55 21 3622 4600 Fax: +55 21 3622 4600 Tel: +55 21 2483 5373 Fax: +55 21 2493 0482 Tel: +55 21 3139 8000 Fax: +55 21 3139 8085 Tel: +55 21 2274 1122 Fax: +55 21 2239 5643 Tel.: +55 21 2195 5000 Fax: +55 21 2195 5050 Shuttle Copacabana Area Copacabana Area Barra da Tijuca Area Barra da Tijuca Area Barra da Tijuca Area Copacabana Area Barra da Tijuca Area

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See you in Calgary…

…where advances in unconventional resource recovery are driving exploration & production
For the past 80 years, Calgary — situated in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin — has been Canada’s energy storehouse of conventional oil and gas reserves. Oil sands found in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan are now known to contain the largest reserve of bitumen in the world — an estimated 1.7 to 2.5 trillion barrels. And while only 10% of this is estimated to be recoverable with current technology, geoscientists are exploring these new frontiers and developing solutions to increase production. You can be a part of the unconventional thinking that will drive the world’s energy future. Come to Calgary and participate in ICE 2010.

AAPG International Conference & Exhibition
Frontiers of Unconventional Thinking: Saddle up for the Ride
12-15 September 2010 \ Calgary, AB, Canada

www.AAPG.org/Calgary Abstracts site opens 30 November

Safety, Security and Emergency Information

You are highly encouraged to be aware of safety, security and emergency information at all times. Although AAPG and the ABGP are taking many steps to provide a sound environment, safety and security are ultimately an individual responsibility. We recommend your awareness of the safest evacuation route relative to your location at all times during the conference.

First Aid Pavilion 5, Level 1 A professional medic and first aid supplies are available during operational hours and can provide first line medical treatment. If required, ambulance services can be provided on request. Hours: Saturday, 14 November . . . . . . . . . . Sunday, 15 November . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, 16 November . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, 17 November . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, 18 November . . . . . . . Thursday, 19 November . . . . . . . . . Hospitals Hospital Samaritano Rua Bambina, 98, Botafogo Zona Sul +55 21 2537 9722 Barra Dor Hospital Av. Ayrton Senna 2541 Barra da Tijuca +55 21 2430 3600 Security Conference security has been arranged to handle security-related issues. Report security issues to any of the following: • AAPG Conference Staff • Conference Security Personnel • AAPG Registration Supervisor

AAPG Staff Office and Phone Numbers Pavilion 5, Level 1 Room 102A AAPG Staff Office: +55 21 3035 9250 (international), 21 3035 9250 (national) or 9250 (internal) Convention Operations Manager + 1 918 645 8247 Emergency Phone Numbers Civil Police: 21 3399 7170 (national) Fire Department: 193 Ambulance: 192 Badges Badges must be worn at all times while attending the conference. For your safety, remove your name badge once you exit the convention center. Hotels We encourage you to review the safety and security information provided at your hotel during your stay. Registering with Your Embassy Travel advice to tourists suggests that you register with your country’s embassy when traveling abroad. Special Assistance Accessible ramps are located outside the Paviliions. Elevators to the various floors in the center are located on Level 1. Unattended Items For your safety, please do not leave items unattended. Items left unattended will be confiscated and/or destroyed. To report lost or stolen items, please contact the Conference Registration Desk located in Pavilion 5, Level 1.

08:00–18:30 08:00–21:00 08:00–21:00 08:00–21:00 08:00–19:00 08:00–12:00

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