GeoResources will attend the MAPG-AAPG 2nd International Convention, Conference and Exhibition on October 05-07 in Marrakech. The Conference is dedicated to “Northwest Africa building on past success to unlock future potential”.

GeoResources´director Rainer Zühlke will co-chair the session “Source to sink models: impact on reservoir prediction”. Three oral presentations will be given by Georesources´members.

The Atlantic Margin Project (AMP): Integrated Source-To-Sink Analysis of the Southern Moroccan Continental Margin (Tarfaya Basin)
by R. Zählke, H. Jabour, O. Kluth, M. Aquit, S. Ali, L. Boutib, U.A. Glasmacher, B. Heise, A. Holbourn, W. Kuhnt, S. Lahsini, R. Littke, A. Lmoubessime, V. Sachse, T. Schömann, M. Sehrt, K. Stattegger & A. Wenke
Friday, October 7, Ambassadeur Room, 9:30-9:50 h

Quantitative Tarfaya Basin Development, Morocco
by Axel Wenke, Rainer Zählke, Haddou Jabour, Oliver Kluth & Torge Schümann
Friday, October 7, Ambassadeur Room, 9:50-10:10 h

High-Resolution Sequence Stratigraphy of the Tarfaya Basin, Morocco
by Axel Wenke, Georg Miernik, Rainer Zählke, Haddou Jabour, Lahcen Boutib, Abdelouahed Lmoubessime, Oliver Kluth & Jürgen Schober
Friday, October 7, Ambassadeur Room, 10:10-10:30 h

The session is dedicated to the Atlantic Margin Project (AMP), supported by RWE Dea AG and the Office National des Hydrocarbures et des Mines (ONHYM). The project has been performed jointly by GeoResources, University of Heidelberg, University of Kiel and RWTH University, Aachen.