GeoResources will attend the 29th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology, September 14-16 in Schladming, co-organizing the session on ‘organofacies and organic geochemistry of European unconventional shale plays’ . This session is dedicated to the detailed analysis of the kerogen qualitiy and quantity for a better evaluation of the hydrocarbon potential of unconventional shale plays in Europe.
GeoResources principal geologist Hartmut Jäger is co-author of the oral presentation on “Organofacies and organic geochemistry“ the key to shale resource systems. A case study from the Ordovician/Silurian of the Podlasie-Lublin basin (Poland)” by Axel Emmerich & Hartmut JÃ¤ger. It is presented in the session “Organofacies and organic geochemistry of European unconventional shale plays (T7 S6)” on Tuesday, September 11th.
Additional a poster presentation is given on “Organic maturation in shale gas exploration – chances and limitations for vitrinite reflectance” by Hartmut Jäger & Axel Emmerich. The poster will be on display during the poster session of “T7 S6 Organofacies and organic geochemistry of European unconventional shale plays” on Wednesday, September 12th.