The concept of a Visual Presentation (formally known as a poster presentation) allows for some authors to communicate their message in a visual rather than an oral way. Many of the areas of our industry are best presented in this fashion – some winners of the Allan Prince Award have chosen to present their material visually. This award is judged by the Technical Program Committee and is based on the presentation style along with its technical content.
The recipients of the Best Visual/Poster Presentation Award are:
Challenges and Lessons Learnt from Northern Territory (NT) Orphan Well Project
Presented by Shaun Hingerty, The Northern Territory Government
Seismic, Petrophysical and petrological constraints on the alteration of igneous rocks in the North Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: Implications for petroleum exploration and drilling operations
Presented by Mike Curtis, University of Adelaide
Not awarded due to the hybrid nature of the APPEA 2021 conference
No award due to APPEA 2020 not proceeding, due to COVID restrictions
From initial advice statement to export — a 10 year retrospective of Queensland’s liquefied natural gas industry
Presented by Jon Thomas, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
Working together to reduce land transport safety risk in the CSG sector — can we ever do enough?
Presented by Michelle Zaunbrecher, Arrow Energy; Jason King, Arrow Energy; Brandon Yeong, Arrow Energy
Polynomial amplitude versus azimuth inversion in horizontally transverse isotropic media
Presented by Joseph Kremor, Woodside Energy