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ASE students publish report in SEAPEX Press
As a part of the Petroleum Geology of Southeast Asia course, eight undergraduate students from the Environmental Earth Systems Science Geosciences Specialisation went on a field excursion to Labuan, Malaysia last year, to study the petroleum system of Labuan. Their trip was funded by the South East Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX), and now the students’ field report has been published in SEAPEX Press. View the publication here (front cover and page 34).
SEAPEX is a non-profit voluntary organization working to advance the science of geology and related earth sciences for petroleum and gas exploration, development and production specifically in South East Asia. They wish to improve awareness of oil and gas industry issues and foster as spirit of scientific research.