Speaker | Kasper Storrs, Geoscientist

Kasper Storrs is a geoscientist within the Landmark Neftex Exploration Insights offering, with a background in the geological characterization of global petroleum systems, including experience in sequence stratigraphy, well and outcrop interpretation, and geological mapping. Current interests and responsibilities include the investigation of Arctic plate tectonics and the role that regional geodynamics played in the development of key Arctic petroleum provinces, including the North Slope of Alaska. In the U.K., Mr. Storrs earned a Bachelor of Science degree in geography and geology from the University of Manchester, and a Master of Science degree in petroleum geoscience from the Institute of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot-Watt University.


Speaker | Francois-Nicolas Krencker, Geoscientist

Francois-Nicolas Krencker is a geoscientist within Landmark, based in Abingdon, England. He has worked on clastic and carbonate petroleum systems located in the North American Arctic and Black Sea regions. Prior to joining Halliburton in 2015, Dr. Krencker obtained his doctorate from the University of Bochum in Germany, focusing on assessing the impact of Toarcian (~182.7 Ma, Early Jurassic) paleo-environmental changes on the carbonate factory.

THREE REASONS TO ATTEND:

  • Learn how the North Slope of Alaska evolved during a time of complex global plate reorganization
  • See how to characterize and predict petroleum systems by using a global plate tectonic framework in combination with sequence stratigraphic interpretation
  • Gain insight into play prospectivity for the North Slope ​

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Exploration geoscientists and managers
  • New venture geoscientists and managers
  • Asset managers
  • Investors
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