For further information, key dates, submission requirements and guidelines, topics please and review criteria please download the Call for Papers Submission Guidelines.
The APPEA program incorporates an extensive poster series based on accepted papers. Extended abstracts or full papers of these posters will be included in the online conference journal.
The posters are categorised in the disciplines of Geoscience, Engineering and Business.
See the full poster list from 2021 below, with the poster presenter noted.
APPEA 2021 Technical Program Sponsored by
G1 – Exploring for the Future geomechanics: breaking down barriers to exploration
Adam Bailey, Geoscience Australia
G2 – Hydrogen in Australian natural gas: occurrences, sources and resources
Christopher Boreham, Geoscience Australia
G3: Gas sources and concentrations in Surat Basin shallow aquifers: a field sampling method comparison, and isotopic study
Julie Pearce, University of Queensland
G4: Varying least principal stress along lithofacies in gas shale reservoirs: effects of frictional strength and viscoelastic stress relaxation
Partha Pratim Mandal, Curtin University
G5: A framework for inclusion of faults in coal seam gas risk assessments
Dr William Power, Power Geoscience
G6: Velocity anomalies and out-of-plane reflections in Barnicarndy 1, Canning Basin
Alex Zhan, Geological Survey of Western Australia
G7: Sample preparation for rock wettability studies via atomic force microscopy
Nikolai Mitiurev, Edith Cowan University
G8: Measurement of gas contents in shale reservoirs – impact of gas density and implications for gas resource estimates
Jamiu Ekundayo, Curtin University
G9: Estimating porosity and permeability in the Springbok Sandstone, Surat Basin (Queensland), using new wireline log-based workflow
Dr Kasia Sobczak, The University of Queensland
E1: Establishing principles in digital transformation through comparative analysis of frameworks and development strategies in platform/coding development for consulting
Nigel Lim, Genesis Energies
E2: Application of battery energy storage systems in industrial facilities
Hamed Sharafizad, Clough
E3: Impact of hydrogen solubility on depleted gas field’s caprock for underground hydrogen storage purpose
Mohammad Bahar, Resource and Environmental Compliance Division
E4 – Minimising the Risk of Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE) and Hydrogen Assisted Stress Cracking (HASC) within steel lifting products used in the marine environment
Ben Burgess, Northumberland County Council
B1: Australia–Asia power link: environmental and cost assessment
Jeremy Gordonnat, Xodus Group
B2: Are bonds the answer to managing environmental liabilities?
Scott Cawrse, South Australia Department of State Development
B3: The development of a network of methane monitoring stations for regional emission measurement
Mederic Mainson, CSIRO
B4: The Australian CCS roadmap – a reflection on lessons learned and considerations for future success
Jerome Paz, Xodus Group
B5: Blockchains – achieving consensus in oil and gas business processes
Scott Waller, EY