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the new paper entitled ' Burial and Heat Flux Modelling along a Southern Vøring Basin Transect: Implications for the Petroleum Systems and Thermal Regimes in the Deep Mid-Norwegian Sea'
IGI are pleased to announce that our commercial Norwegian North Sea geochemical database is now publicly and freely available online through Metis Discover, as a result of a joint project with the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD).Go to: Official release of IGI’s NPD Norwegian North Sea database
Kerogen is the semi-solid polymeric material that is insoluble in both water and organic solvents, and which forms the majority of the organic matter present in a petroleum source rock.Go to: Biomarkers in kerogen by Paul Farrimond
...harvesting the technical, environmental and commercial synergies between the O&G and geothermal sectors, 6 - 8 April 2021.
17th – 21st May 2021Go to: 2021 IGI Online User Group meeting
IGI are pleased to announce a joint project with the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD). IGI’s commercial geochemical database for the Norwegian North Sea, built from released geochemical data files, will made publicly and freely available online in Metis soon.
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by Marianne Nuzzo and Mischa GehlenGo to: Forensic use of diagnostic biomarker ratios in environmental oil spill geochemistry