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The authors would like to acknowledge Neftex
staff members, past and present, who have
contributed to building the underlying content
that forms the basis of the assessment described
Treloar, M., D. Slidel and O. Sutcliffe 2018. Illuminating
the Anatomy of Super Basins. Exploration Insights
Magazine. Exploration Insights Magazine no. May, p. 6-12.
Dr. Owen E. Sutcliffe, Head of Global Geology and
Geophysical Practices, Halliburton Landmark
Owen started his career as a postdoctoral
research assistant with the University of Wales,
Aberystwyth and LASMO, researching the
petroleum geology of the Late Ordovician glacial clastics of
North Africa. In 2000, he joined Badley Ashton & Associates
as a sedimentologist, before his employment began at Neftex
Petroleum Consultants in 2003. Since the acquisition of
Neftex by Halliburton in 2014, Owen has held roles as Head of
Stratigraphy and as Manager of the Neftex ® Insights portfolio.
He is a member of the Geological Society, London and the
Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain (PESGB).
Mike Treloar, Product Owner — Screening
Applications, Halliburton Landmark
Mike is responsible for guiding the development
of cloud-based technologies that drive efficiency
gains and integration, in screening workflows.
He has six years of industry experience, having performed
different roles across several areas, including content
management, technical marketing, and exploration-focused
regional geoscience. Mike has a Master’s degree in Geology
from Imperial College London, U.K.
Daniel Slidel, Team Lead — Petroleum Systems
Analysis, Halliburton Landmark
Daniel started his career as a field assistant,
working for CASP in the Canadian Arctic Islands.
He joined Neftex Petroleum Consultants in
2011, where he was involved in building regional exploration
projects for the Arctic. In his current position at Neftex ® ,
Daniel is responsible for operational management of the
Petroleum Systems Analysis team. He has eight years of
industry experience, and holds an MSci Geology degree from
Royal Holloway University, London, U.K.
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