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Energy Geoscience Conference 2023

man in white shirt and black jacket in front of his posterOld Members’ Trust Graduate Conference and Academic Travel Fund Report – Daniel Halford (2019, DPhil Earth Sciences)

I attend the Energy Geoscience Conference in Aberdeen (15-19 May) to present an updated new helium predictive model based on structural geology and geophysics.  I have attached the abstract of the work below. I also attended talks pertaining to helium and hydrogen exploration and processing.

Thank you for your generosity with the awarding £250 from the UNIV Old Members’ Trust Graduate Conference and Academic Travel Fund. This was used to cover my accommodation during the conference. Because of your generosity, I was able to present in person my latest PhD research, which highlighted a new updated predictive model for helium exploration based on the intersection of several structural features. I received feedback that spurred additional conversations which might lead to future research development. I was able to practice my public speaking skills as well as network with experienced professionals and other graduate students. I was also able to attend several interesting talks that directly relate to my current research and interests pertaining to helium systems and natural hydrogen systems. It was such an amazing opportunity and I would not have been able to experience it fully without your generosity. Thank you!

Please also see Additional Information and Abstract PDF.

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Published: 13 September 2023

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