Can we predict clay coat distribution in subsurface reservoirs? Is it important?
|Starts:||18:00 21 Feb 2019|
|Ends:||19:00 21 Feb 2019|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, Current University students|
|Speaker:||Dr Sanem Acikalin Cartigny|
Sanem obtained her BSc degree in Geological Engineering from Hacettepe University (Ankara, Turkey) in 2003. This was followed by MSc and PhD studies in Osmangazi University (Eskisehir, Turkey), focusing on the evolution of sedimentary basins and their infills. These studies mainly focused on Neogene terrestrial infill of graben systems in western Anatolia (MSc) and Late Cretaceous deep-marine sediments of NW Turkey (PhD). The latter has also incorporated the control of sea-level fluctuations and palaeoceanography conditions on sedimentation.
In 2012, she have moved to Lincoln, UK to join an oil and gas consultancy company (Badley Ashton), where her work focused on evolution of pore systems in clastic petroleum reservoirs. At Newcastle, her main research interest diverted to post depositional evolution of pore systems of clastic reservoirs with an emphasis on authigenic clay formation.
Dr Sanem Acikalin Cartigny
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