Posidonia Shale Germany: database and regional synthesis updated

January 5, 2015

GEOS4´s database and regional synthesis of the Posidonia Shale in Germany has been updated to include the latest research, published and proprietary, on Germany´s world class source rock. First published in 2011, the updated data set includes latest results from basin modeling (20 new maps of maturity, dephts, thickness, and erosion; including onshore... More

Brian Horsfield on fluid retention behaviour, AOGC 2014

November 26, 2014

Brian Horsfield, CEO of GEOS4, presents new insights into HC-in-place and heterogeneity with reference to selected examples from Europe, the USA, China and Australia on the 18th Australian Organic Geochemistry Conference (AOGC). In his keynote speach he will lay out how these findings have changed our perceptions of fluid retention behaviour in... More

GEOS4 presents at meetings in London and Dubai

September 26, 2014

Brian Horsfield, CEO of GEOS4, will be presenting at two occasions this autumn. He will lay out the science behind, and applications of
GEOS4´s successful PhaseKinetics approch at the meeting "International exploration for Unconventionals" in London, Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at the Geological Society/Royal Society of Chemistry. The title of his talk... More

Nicolaj Mahlstedt presented at Gordon Research Conference

August 14, 2014

Nicolaj Mahlstedt, Petroleum System Analyst at GEOS4, gave a presentation at Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry, on tracing structural blocks of kerogen to HC and NSO-components in petroleum using a combination of pyrolysis methods and high resolution mass spectrometry (FT-ICR MS). More

Regional Kinetics offshore SW Africa: New dataset available

August 4, 2014

Use GEOS4´s compositional kinetics data set on Cretaceous source rocks for a refinement of prospectivity studies on the SW African shelf.

The data serve as input for petroleum system modeling studies to elucidate changes in the physical properties of petroleum fluids under varying pressure and temperature conditions. More