At the commencement of the luncheon, WA Branch President Helen Debenham opened the first technical series of the year with the usual Branch introduction, with special thanks to our sponsors, before announcing all the new and exciting upcoming 2018 Branch events to an audience of over 70 people.
Julian Mather, described as “a man who clearly knows his salt” by Helen Debenham, delivered an excellent talk on the topic of “More than a pinch of salt” focusing on how broadband reprocessing has highlighted Palaeozoic salt influence in the region of the Browse-Bonaparte Basin boundary, reviving the idea of a greater salt province underlying this part of the Greater North West Shelf.
After a technically – engaging and humorous presentation, we then proceeded to the usual Q&A session and we were delighted to see our interested members exchanging ideas.
With four sponsors, a proactive committee and our proactive members, PESA WA Branch is off to a good start of 2018.
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