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Biomarkers (biological marker compounds), in a petroleum geochemical context, are molecules found in oils and source rocks that have a chemical structure that can be unambiguously linked to a known natural product in living organisms.Go to: What are age-diagnostic biomarkers? By Paul Farrimond
held in Southampton on 4th & 5th July 2022.Go to: IGI at the British Organic Geochemistry (BOGS) conference
Dr. Tiago Cunha will be attending EAGE Annual meeting in Madrid, and co-chairing the Workshop on “The diversity in evolution of deep-water margins and continent to ocean transitions” on the 10th of June,Go to: IGI at the EAGE Annual Meeting
Our May newsletter has just been published, it includes our 'Molecule of the month' feature and news of our new field trip collaboration in Portugal.
Another technical note in the Art of Science series by Dan Cornford of IGI Ltd.Go to: Uncertainty and Variability in Geology
IGI has just started a partnership with Geo Logica (www.geologica.xyz[http://www.geologica.xyz/]) for fieldtrips in Portugal,
Andrew Green will be presenting 'Fill-and-spill CO2 fairways: a new concept to enhance the efficiency and safety of underground carbon storage(CCS)'Go to: IGI at the 'Applicability of Hydrocarbon Subsurface Workflows to CCS' conference 28-29 April
By Paul FarrimondGo to: Upper Jurassic source rock overview: UK and Norway North Sea
from the FORCE Conference.Go to: Now available to view, Paul Farrimond's keynote lecture 'Underexplored Plays'