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Baker Hughes kindly offered to bring along one of its brand new Logging Units to the Australian School of Petroleum at the University of Adelaide on Thursday 5th February. Staff and students were invited to get a firsthand look of the e-line truck with a tour and presentation by the company.

The tour included an outside inspection of the truck including the engine components, wireline tools and the MPC pipe cutter tool. Staff and students were also given the opportunity to go inside the spacious cab and learn about all the tools and technology on-board. The extensive presentation highlighted all of the trucks components and new features available. The star feature of the million dollar machine went to the built-in coffee machine and microwave in the cab.

The staff from Baker Hughes were highly friendly, informative and always open to questions. The ASP would like to kindly thank Baker Hughes for the tour and presentation of their e-line truck which was highly rewarding for all who attended.

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Australian School of Petroleum PhD Student, Alex Robson has been awarded the prize for best student paper at the 24th International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition held in Perth during February. Alex presented his extended abstract on “3D Seismic Analysis of Normal Fault Growth and Interaction Within a Gravitational Detachment Delta System in the Ceduna Sub-Basin, Great Australian Bight”.

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Sara Borazjani, PhD Student with the Australian School of Petroleum and been awarded the top prize for 2014 SPE Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper: Postgraduate Division.

The top prize for her paper titled: “Low Slinity Fines-Assisted Water-flood: Analytical Modelling and Reservoir Simulation” has earned her sponsoship to travel to the 2015 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) in Houston, Texas where she will then present and compete at the SPE International Student Paper Contest.

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Viven Naidu, Sophie Nichols and Callum Woodward, all students from The Australian School of Petroleum in their 4th year, have been selected to participate in the 8th Edition – International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC), Education Week, to be held in Kuala Lumpur from 8 – 12 December 2014. IPTC is hosting Education Week for the […]

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The Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) Imperial Barrel Award (IBM) Team of David Kulikowski, Nachiketa (Sunny) Mishira, Stephanie Tyiasning, Alexander Robson and Kunakorn Pokalai, organised by Stephanie Tyiasning and coached by Faculty Advisor Dennis Cooke, won the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Asia Pacific Regions’s IBA competition! The IBA is a highly competitive annual […]

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john counts

 Australian School of Petroleum PhD Candidate, John Counts, has been selected as an award recipient for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Foundation Grants-in-Aid Program. John will receive $2500 towards his PhD research, thanks to the Nancy Setzer Murray Memorial Grant for his work in “Stratigraphy and sedimentology of a late Neoproterozoic shelf-slope system, Flinders […]

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Michael Gray, PhD Candidate at the Australian School of Petroleum has been awarded the Hugh Crocker Scholarship for his project in Formation Evaluation “Evaluation of seal Potential for carbon dioxide storage in the present day near-shore coastal zone: Gippsland Basin, Australia” Michael will present his work later in the year at a FESAust Technical Meeting.

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