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Abstract:

Access to readily available information on what plays can be found in basins of interest is a challenge many explorers face. On top of this, the speed and ease of access to such knowledge can be a major advantage in time-sensitive situations.

In this webinar, we will show examples of assessing both conventional and unconventional plays in PlayFinder™. We will investigate a number of exploration-based questions, utilizing the mapping technologies and dynamic filtering schemes to search geographically and geologically. This webinar will demonstrate the holistic global approach to geological play analysis provided by PlayFinder™ application and the support of other Exploration Insights™ products. We will highlight how to rapidly assess potential plays, understand key geological risks, and find appropriate analogous plays.

PlayFinder is our one-stop solution to play analysis. At its core is a continually updated global library of proven and new play concepts. Combining products from across the Exploration Insights product suite, PlayFinder provides rapid geological insight to answer your key geological questions across proven and frontier basins globally.




Speaker | Daniel Slidel, product lead - Play Analysis for Halliburton Landmark

Mr. Slidel started his career as a field assistant working for CASP in the Canadian Arctic Islands. He joined Neftex Petroleum Consultants in 2011, where he was involved in building regional exploration projects of the Arctic. With a focus on Play Analysis and Field development, he joined the Play Analysis team within Landmark in 2014. Presently, he works as the team lead focused on managing, collating and utilizing Field, Lead and Play information. Daniel holds an M.Sci. in Geology from Royal Holloway, University of London.

Speaker | Michael Treloar, geoscientist - Play Analysis for Halliburton Landmark

Mr. Treloar joined the company in 2014, and he has since performed several roles including content management, technical marketing and exploration-focused regional geoscience. Since joining the Play Analysis team in 2016, he has studied petroleum systems around the world and been central to the development of the PlayFinder™ application. Michael holds an M.Sci. in Geology from Imperial College London.

REASONS TO WATCH:

  • Discover our global database of proven and frontier plays and how these integrate with known petroleum occurrences.
  • Gain rapid insight into plays, identifying play elements and geographic extent alongside key geological risk.
  • See how to determine play analogues that are more appropriate and better matched to your needs. ​

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Exploration geoscientists
  • New venture geoscientists
  • Exploration managers and vice presidents
  • New venture managers and vice presidents
  • Data scientists and data managers
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