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First paper publication - congratulations Conall!

5th May 2022

We wanted to congratulate, Conall Cromie, one of our UK-based Geoscientists, on the publication of his first paper in the April edition of the Journal of Petroleum Geology. Conall wrote the paper as part of his Masters in Petroleum Geoscience which he completed at Royal Holloway in 2020.

The paper examines the tectono-stratigraphic evolution and hydrocarbon prospectivity south of Gwadar Bay, Makran accretionary wedge, offshore SW Pakistan.

Conall would like to thank the data providers, co-authors and reviewers, whose guidance and knowledge were instrumental in getting the paper published.

Well done Conall from the energy training team at RPS!!!

The paper is open access and can be viewed here.

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