STRAT Group Collaborative Research Partners

The STRAT Group is involved in collaborative research with universities, research institutes and companies all around the world


Tullow Oil: SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
Anardarko: SLOPE project, SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
GDF Suez: SLOPE project, SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
Exxon-Mobil: SLOPE project SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
Conoco-Phillips: SLOPE project, SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
StatoilHydro: NOMAD project, SLOPE project, SLOPE3 and LOBE Project
Chevron: SLOPE project, SLOPE2, SLOPE3, LOBE Project and Beaufort Project
Schlumberger Research: NOMAD project, SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
Total: SLOPE2, SLOPE3 and LOBE Project
Murphy Oil & Gas: SLOPE2
Badley Earth Sciences: SAIGUP project
BG: SAIGUP project
Shell: SAIGUP project, Sakhalin project, SLOPE2, SLOPE3 and LOBE Project
Roxar: SAIGUP project
Landmark: Sakhalin project
Woodside: SLOPE2, SLOPE3 and LOBE Project
BHPBilliton: SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
BP: SLOPE project, SLOPE2, and SLOPE3
Petrobras: SLOPE2, SLOPE3 and LOBE Project
Norsk Hydro: SLOPE project, SLOPE2
Maersk: SLOPE2 and SLOPE3
Chemostrat Inc.: Beaufort Project
ENRES International: Beaufort Project
Midland Valley: Beaufort Project
Petrel: SLOPE2
Marathon: LOBE Project

Universities & research institutes:

Queens's University, Ontario: Lajas tidal reservoirs project
University of Texas at Austin: Lajas tidal reservoirs project
Bergen, Norway: Sequence stratigraphy & reservoir modelling
Delft, Netherlands: NOMAD project and LOBE Project
Stellenbosch, S.Africa: NOMAD project, SLOPE project and LOBE Project
La Plata, Argentina: Sequence stratigraphy of the Neuquen basin
Newcastle, Australia: Sequence stratigraphy of coal and coal bearing strata
Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory: Sediment transport modelling
University College Dublin, Ireland: SAIGUP project
Imperial College, London: SAIGUP project & sequence stratigraphy
Heriot-Watt University: SAIGUP project
TNO, Netherlands: SAIGUP project
N.R. (Norwegian Computing Centre): SAIGUP project
University of Western Australia: Beaufort Project
Council for Geosciences (South Africa): Beaufort Project

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