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Inessa Yurchenko and Best Chaipornkaew to the 2017 Aramco–KFUPM–Stanford University Geology Field Seminar and Conference, Bahamas, to study modern carbonate depositional systems under

On Friday,  February 10, 2017, Zack Burton and Laura Dafov will showcase their winning Global Energy Forum (GEF) video and discuss their research

BPSM is excited to have begun several collaborations with esteemed pore pressure expert, Nader Dutta.

Last fall, BPSM kicked off a new initiative in gas hydrate modeling in cooperation with the National Energy Technology Lab (NETL) of the Department of Energy.

BPSM students Laura Dafov and Zack Burton recently won the Global Energy Forum Video Competition sponsored by Stanford’s Precourt Institute for Energy.Their prize is an all-expenses paid tri

Laura Dafov and Zachary Burton, PhD students in Stanford’s Basin and Petroleum System Modeling Program, submitted a 2-minute video...

The conference took place at Stanford's 1200-acre natural area, the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve. 

Inessa Yurchenko presenting her research on molecular geochemistry of the Shublik Formation (Alaska North Slope) at the Goldschmidt Conference in Yokohama, Japan in June.

Graduate student Will Thompson-Butler and Allegra Hosford Scheirer traveled to Bucaramanga and Bogotá in Colombia to visit scientists at Ecopetrol.

Several BPSM scientists traveled to Calgary to attend the AAPG ACE, 2016.

Dr. Kenneth Peters is the winner of the 2016 Alfred Wegener Award from the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE). Listen to his acceptance speech in full article.

The entire BPSM staff attended the AAPG Hedberg Conference on the "Future of Basin and Petroleum Systems Modeling."

BPSM Principal Scientists Ken Peters and Bjorn Wygrala will teach a pre-conference course in “Geochemistry and Modeling of Unconventional Petroleum Systems” at the AAPG ICE in Melbo
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The discovery and exploitation of oil and gas in unconventional reservoirs has been called a revolution for the energy industry.

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