*by Laura Garner*Go to: The use of 28,30-Bisnorhopane as a stratigraphic marker
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We are delighted to announce the dates of our next 2019 IGI training courses, to be held in our Devon, UK office.Go to: Training Courses at IGI (UK) in November 2019
Around 80 delegates attended the conference “Petroleum Systems Analysis “Science or Art?” held at the Geological Society in London to celebrate the life of Chris Cornford (1948-2017).Go to: “Chris Cornford Conference” at the Geological Society
We are pleased to announce the release of version 188.8.131.52 of p:IGI+ and Metis Transform. This version includes a number of new features and performance enhancements, and is a advised update for all users of p:IGI+ in particular.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis Transform version 1.17.x release
A 2 day p:IGI+ software training course will take place on 19 – 20 November 2019, at our offices in Devon, UK.Go to: 2 day p:IGI+ software training available at IGI
Akinniyi Akinwumiju, Dan Cornford, David Gardiner & Andrew Green will be presenting at the upcoming Geological Society of London (GSL) conference on the 24 – 25th April 2019 in honour of IGI’s founder, Chris Cornford:Go to: IGI staff presenting at the “Chris Cornford Conference”, London 24 – 25th April 2019
By Laura GarnerGo to: Sulfur-rich (Type II-S) source rocks and associated hydrocarbons
We are pleased to announce that we are now taking bookings for the IGI User Group meeting in June.Go to: IGI User Group meeting 2019 – 26th to 27th June
Following the recent APA 2018 licence awards, a reminder that IGI have a number of regional geochemical databases and interpretations for the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
We are looking for people to join our innovative and supportive software development team.