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Events

Upcoming events and workshops will be posted here.

Thursday, September 8th, 2022

Searcher Seismic is hosting the Nova Scotia Explorers Lounge in Calgary on Thursday, September 8th. Registration begins at 2:30 PM Calgary time, followed by presentations from a number of industry professionals. Professor Grant Wach will be presenting on the Revival of a Proven Hydrocarbon Province, at 4:00 PM MDT.

Searcher Presentation Abstract [PDF - 537 KB]

 

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy will be hosting a series of workshops entitled VisioCCS Planning foning Workshops: r Southwestern Ontario for 2030. The talks will begin at 8:30 EDT. 

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Bright Green Lies premieres on April 22 at 9:30 pm. The fim "investigates the change in focus of the mainstream environmental movement, from its original concern with protecting nature, to its current obsession with powering an unsustainable way of life. The film exposes the lies and fantastical thinking behind the notion that solar, wind, hydro, biomass, or green consumerism will save us from climate change. Tackling the most pressing issues of our time will require us to look beyond the mainstream technological solutions and ask deeper questions about what needs to change."

Thursday, April 29, 2021:

 

Dawson Informal Research Talk (DIRT) via Zoom - Carla Skinner
Title: High Pressure Situations: Overpressure & Reservoir Connectivity in the Sable Subbasin

Announcements

August 2019

Updated August 2020

Professor Grant Wach and his research team in the Basin and Reservoir Lab at Dalhousie University would like to thank Petroleum Experts for their in-kind donation of the MOVE Suite structural modelling and analysis software. MOVE provides a full digital environment for best practice structural modelling to reduce risk and uncertainty in geological models. The MOVE suite provides a platform for integrating and interpreting data, cross-section construction, 3D model building, kinematic restoration and validation, geomechanical modelling, fracture modelling, fault response modelling, and fault and stress analysis. The total amount of this donation is £1,601,839.98 ($2,809,114.74). We are grateful for their support! 

 

 

 

 

In the News

Spring 2016 Giving Power - Gift-in-kind puts industry leading technology in students' hands

March 2016 EAGE First Break - Canadian students enjoy the first chapter

November 6, 2015 Chronicle Herald - WEEKEND FOCUS: Many hurdles for exploration in Gulf

October 27, 2015 CTV Atlantic 6pm News- N.S.government says oil found in waters off the coast

October 25, 2015 CTV Atlantic 6pm News- Offshore Exploration

October 24, 2015 CTV Atlantic 6pm News- (View segment @ 7:44 min) AUGC 2015

October 21, 2015 CTV Atlantic 6pm News - IceMAX prepares for drilling

August 2015 AAPG Explorer - Heather Saucier, "Between Rocks and the Hard Sciences"