By Paul FarrimondGo to: Geochemistry of oils in the Wessex Basin, UK
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We are delighted to publish the second edition of our IGI Newsletter, which is being issued quarterly, we hope you enjoy reading it.
By Paul FarrimondGo to: Rearranged hopanes in petroleum geochemistry
We are pleased to announce the release of version 18.104.22.168 of p:IGI+ and Metis Transform. This version includes a number of new features and performance enhancements, and is an advised update for all users.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis Transform version 1.22.x release
Please see our User Group page for more details:Go to: New dates – IGI User Group meeting 2020 (7th – 8th October)
Marianne Nuzzo from IGI will participate on the M-162 scientific expedition onboard the German Research Vessel “Meteor” in the NE Atlantic along the Azores-Gibraltar Transform Fault Zone (AGTFZ; Fig. 1). The M-162 expedition will start in São Miguel in the Azores Islands on the 6th March 2020 and terminate in Las Palmas, Canary Islands, on the 5th April 2020.
Please note these training courses are now cancelled, we will announce new dates as soon as we are able.
We are extremely fortunate to have IGI’s consultancy offices (Bideford, Devon) set within a large estate; in fact, we are surrounded by green countryside.
We are delighted to publish the first edition of our IGI Newsletter, which will be issued quarterly, we hope you enjoy reading it.
By Tiago CunhaGo to: Combining petroleum systems modelling approaches to de-risk frontier rift basins: an application to the Namibe Basin, off southern Angola