It was a pleasure to be able to attend Prospex 2020 in December last year, albeit virtually. In addition to hearing about prospects available for farm-in, there were discussions of what a net zero future may mean and opportunities to catch up with colleagues and clients. Read more about our take-homes from the conference in our newsletter.
In December, Merlin’s Principal Geochemist Paul Taylor presented an overview of geochemical production allocation methods to the Oil and Gas Focus Group.
Merlin staff attended the virtual EO Boost conference last month (November 24th - 26th), which was a very interesting event. Read Helen Bone's take-home points from the conference in our newsletter.
Merlin Energy Resources Limited is pleased to announce the completion of the landmark PIP-PAD IS16/04 project “The Standard Stratigraphic Nomenclature of Offshore Ireland: An Integrated Lithostratigraphic, Biostratigraphic and Sequence Stratigraphic Framework”.
Merlin Energy Resources and Quintessa have agreed to form a strategic alliance to identify and develop joint business opportunities based on their extensive experience in characterising the subsurface for clients…
We wish to extend a warm welcome to Ken Lindsay who was appointed as Non-Exec Trustee Director of Merlin Energy Employee Trustees Limited last month.
The political climate in many African nations is becoming increasingly stable, with governments keen to attract foreign investment to unlock the potential of their natural resources. There are currently plenty of opportunities for those seeking new acreage in Africa: From high-risk high-reward deepwater plays to near-field onshore exploration. Many African licensing rounds are still going ahead in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, albeit with delays to the planned timetables. Keep reading to find out more…
Learn how geochemical fingerprinting can provide a cost effective solution to evaluate well integrity from our Principal Geochemist, Paul Taylor.
In the overall doom and gloom of the current COVID environment in the UK it was great to see the positive news come out about the 32nd UKCS licensing round awards. We would like to pass on our congratulations to all the companies who have been offered licences.
Creating robust well to seismic ties is a crucial yet unloved workflow which must be performed at the start of any seismic interpretation project. The value added to a project by having a confident set of well-seismic ties cannot be understated. Continue reading to learn more about this important workflow..
Making the most of Covid travel restrictions by exploring the geopark way a 109 mile long route through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark, which Merlin supports.
In this digital age vast quantities of data are generated and stored on company systems. With even the most robust filing systems in place, dark and unstructured data builds up and knowledge is effectively “lost”. Keywise is a robust, intelligent, in-house Datawise utility to extract keywords and phrases from any collection of files creating knowledge and context to documents.