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IGI is attending the PESGB-Africa meeting, where Tiago Cunha is co-authoring a timely paper by Matt Tyrrel (TROIS Geoconsulting, UK)...Go to: IGI at PESGB Africa
from an integrated geochemical and petroleum systems modelling study in the Dalmatian platform and foreland basin, offshore Montenegro – Hot Enough in the South-East Adriatic? (Pg 74).Go to: A new article by IGI is now available in Issue 4 of GeoExpro
...upcoming hybrid conference 'Basin and Petroleum Systems Modelling: Best Practices, Challenges and New Techniques' on 28-30 September.
By Paul Farrimond
We are delighted to announce the publication of our latest newsletter, we hope you find it an interesting read.
by Marianne Nuzzo and Mischa GehlenGo to: How the “Rayleigh fractionation effect” is used to model the source and maturity of hydrocarbon gases: principles and potential problems
of the public release of the 'The Standard Stratigraphic Nomenclature of Ireland' of which IGI was happy to be a part of the consortium who worked on this project.
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