IGI (Marianne Nuzzo) contributed to a research article published this month in Geology...Go to: Slow advection of deep-sourced methane-enriched fluids shown to be quantitatively significant over time along oceanic strike-slip faults
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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
We are pleased to announce the release of our geochemistry and basin modelling report on the South Viking Graben.Go to: New IGI Geochemical Interpretation Report available
New in April 2015: A regional geochemical and 1-D basin modelling report on the Norwegian Barents Sea – providing interpretations for the geochemical data within IGI’s Barents Sea Geochemical Database. The report covers source rock evaluation, oil-oil and oil –source rock correlations, gas geochemistry and 1-D modelling of selected drilled wells in the Barents Sea.Go to: Geochemical and 1-D Modelling Report for the Norwegian Barents Sea