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June 2021

Tuesday, 1 June, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Henry’s Bar, 288 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

Workshop 3 With Rob Kirk: Incised valleys and basal transgressive sands – from outcrop to subsurface.

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Abstract: This talk is getting in to shallower water, following on from the previous deep water and slopes. We will look at fluvial incised valleys, cut in to the underlying sequence boundary and their often-associated basal transgressive marine sands. These units often contain reserves but can be relatively thin and, in developments, can have different poro-perms to the high stand deltas and fluvial. BTS are usually a well-only study (often not seen on seismic).   Post-workshop dinner: After the first…

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Thursday, 24 June, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Ballroom, 288 North Terrace
Adelaide, South Australia 5000

PESA SA/NT Technical Luncheon, Thursday 24th June – Strike Energy: West Erregulla Update & PESA Prize Winner: Brittany McDermott

Strike Energy West Erregulla
SA/NT

PESA SA/NT June Technical Luncheon When: Thursday 24th June, 12pm for 12:30 Where: Ayers House, 288 North Tce, Adelaide Speakers: Andrew Farley (Strike Energy) & Brittany McDermott (PESA Prize Winner) This months luncheon has a double-bill Andrew Farley: ABSTRACT: West Erregulla Update Since the discovery of the West Erregulla field in 2019, Strike has embarked on an aggressive three well appraisal plan moving to reserves and FID. Andrew will discuss the highs and lows of the appraisal campaign so far, what it means…

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August 2021

Wednesday, 25 August, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Henry’s Bar, 288 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

PESA SA/NT August Evening Talk – Wednesday, 25th August

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Oiling the Cogs: How Cognitive Science can Improve Oil Industry Decisions Dr. Matthew Welsh, Australian School of Petroleum, University of Adelaide The oil industry regularly makes decisions that are high-stakes, requiring long-term forecasting, accurate estimation of unknown parameters and complex modelling of scenarios. Observational and experimental evidence, however, tells us that people's natural decision-making tendencies are reliant on simple, inaccurate estimation strategies that lead to systematic biases in judgements and decisions. Preventing people from using these processes, however, is very…

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September 2021

Tuesday, 21 September, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Jack and Jill’s Basement Bar, 121 Pirie St
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

PESA SA/NT – SPE Energy Transition Series: Panel Session

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Hydrogen: The Energy of the future for South Australia? Please Join the panel: Dr Alireza Salmachi, Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources Tara Hosseini, Research Fellow, School of Chemical Engineering University of Adelaide Nicholas Mumford, Co-Lead and Founder of SA-H2H Hydrogen Technology Cluster Patrick McCarthy, Director- Henergy Technologies Pty Ltd   Over drinks, learn the basics of hydrogen generation. Ask the experts about the technical and non-technical challenges necessary to overcome for hydrogen to become a predominant energy source…

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October 2021

Monday, 11 October, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Henry’s Bar, 288 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

PESA SA/NT September Technical Luncheon – Thursday, September 30th: Dryland Deltas of Western Australia – from wave- to tide-dominated, ephemeral flood-prone fluvial depositional systems

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Dryland Deltas of Western Australia – from wave- to tide-dominated, ephemeral flood-prone fluvial depositional systems; useful partial-analogues for ancient deltaic reservoirs Presented by Simon Lang Centre for Energy Geoscience, School of Earth Science, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia Marine deltas are shaped by the dominance of fluvial outflow (F) relative to the influence of waves (W) and tides (T) that in turn control facies distribution. However, in dryland fluvio-deltaic systems, the rivers typically flow only following ephemeral or seasonal flooding…

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Sunday, 17 October, 2021 @ 8:45 am - 5:00 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)

PESA SA Field Trip: McLaren Vale – Geology of Wine 2021

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PESA SA Field Trip McLaren Vale - Geology of Wine   Now fully booked. Contact Alex Ross alex.ross@beachenergy.com.au to be added to the waitlist     Sunday 17th October 2021 Returning by popular demand! Spend a day touring McLaren Vale - hear about the influence of geology on wine, taste local wines and visit outcrops with Professor Alan Collins. Includes access to Maxwell's historic winery cave and wine tasting. Enjoy a two-course lunch at the historic Victory Hotel. Coach departs at Beach Energy, 80…

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Thursday, 28 October, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Conservatory, 288 North Tce
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

PESA SA/NT October Technical Luncheon – Thursday, October 28th: Controls on gravity-driven normal fault geometry and growth in stacked deltaic settings: a case study from the Ceduna Sub-basin

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Controls on gravity-driven normal fault geometry and growth in stacked deltaic settings: a case study from the Ceduna Sub-basin Presented by: Monica Jimenez Lloreda Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources, University of Adelaide Summary: Kinematics of gravity-driven normal faults exerts a critical control on petroleum systems in deltaic settings but to date have not been extensively examined. The Ceduna Sub-basin (CSB) is a passive margin basin containing the White Pointer (Albian-Cenomanian) and Hammerhead (Campanian-Maastrichtian) delta systems that detach on…

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November 2021

Friday, 5 November, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Tonsley Drillcore Library, 6 MAB Eastern Promenade
Tonsley, SA 5042 Australia

PESA SA/NT Core Workshop: “A Regional Patchawarra Perspective”

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PESA SA/NT Core Workshop: “A Regional Patchawarra Perspective” South Australia Drill Core Reference Library Following the success of the previous year’s events, PESA SA/NT is pleased to announce this year’s half-day core workshop at the South Australia Drill Core Reference Library in Tonsley on Friday 5th November 12.00 – 4.30pm. This year’s workshop takes an exciting new focus – Dr Chris Cubitt (PERM Consulting) is providing a Regional Patchawarra Perspective. Chris and other experts will be on hand to guide through the cores from…

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Thursday, 25 November, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Ballroom, 288 North Terrace
Adelaide, South Australia 5000

PESA SA/NT & SPE November Technical Luncheon – Thursday, November 25th: The Viking Gods Smile on Vintage Energy

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The Viking Gods Smile on Vintage Energy Presented by: Janet Skinner Vintage Energy   Abstract: Vintage was listed on the ASX in September 2018 and in the middle of the following year it farmed into ATP 2021, a permit located on the southern flank of the Nappamerri Trough in the Queensland Cooper Basin.  Drilling of the farm-in commitment well, Vali-1ST1, at the end of 2019 /early 2020 was the company’s first operated activity and resulted in a Patchawarra Formation gas…

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December 2021

Wednesday, 15 December, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Australia/Adelaide time)
Ayers House – Conservatory, 288 North Tce
Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

PESA SA/NT: 2021 Christmas Luncheon

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We Shouldn't Be Here! Presented by: Rob Kirk Summary: A light- hearted cosmological, geological and biological tour through our past, showing how lucky we are to exist. Event Details: Wednesday, 15th December 2021 Technical Luncheon, Ayers House at 12:00pm, for a 12:30pm start. Includes a traditional three-course Christmas lunch with a drinks package featuring a range of beers, wine and soft drinks. Bookings close FRIDAY, 10th December at 1pm. Any late bookings will incur an additional $50 fee. Strictly no…

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