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EAPCE’23  POSTER PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS

 

No.

Abstract title

Author

Institution

 1.

Prediction of Reservoir Properties of the Semliki Basin Using Rock Physics Templates.

Ms Joan Nakajigo

Makerere University

 2.

Fault seal analysis of the lake Edward basin, south western Uganda. 

Mr. Ayoonwi Numfor Ngwa

Makerere University

 3.

Hydrocarbon Generation, Migration and Accumulation Analysis in the Semliki Basin, Albertine Graben, Western Uganda.

Ms Praise Katusiime

Makerere University

 4.

Integrated Rock typing for improved reservoir description.

Ms Monica Nafula

The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU)

 5.

The effect of diagenetic cementation on reservoir quality: a case study from Albertine Graben South-Western Uganda.

Mr. Henry Tumusiime

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda

 6.

Interpretation of Structural Domains beneath Lake Edward- George Basin Southern Uganda from Seismic Data. 

Mr. Derrick Mbenyi

Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 7.

Sedimentary Fill Characterization of the Paraa formation using Geological Field Mapping Techniques and Spectral Gamma Ray (SGR) Data- Albertine Graben Uganda.

Mr. James Ecau

Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU)

 8.

Petroleum plays and petroleum system modeling of Lamu basin in Kenya.

Ms. Clara Orora

National Oil Corporation of Kenya

 9.

Tanzania Petroleum Potential in the Offshore and Onshore Acreages available for new ventures.

Mr. Faustine Matiku

The Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA)

 10.

A Molecular Dynamics Study on Growth of Crude Oil Wax crystals and Effectiveness of Polymeric Inhibitors.

Mr. Wyclif Kiyingi

Makerere University

 11.

Opposition to cross-border oil and gas pipelines: what can stop the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project? 

Mr. Moses Ekunu

Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 12.

Is the East African crude oil pipeline project a blessing or curse to East Africa?

Ms. Esther Acham

GODENA ASSOCIATES and an Advocate of the High Court of Uganda

 13.

Exploring the potential implications of natural gas and LPG infrastructure development in east Africa.

Mr. Francis Marvin Wamala

Makerere University

 14.

An evaluation of Data Management Lifecycle for Managing Exploration and Production data in the Upstream oil and gas industry.

Mr. Derrick Mbenyi

Petroleum Authority of Uganda

 15.

Energy integration.

Mr. Dennis Bahati

Kyambogo University

 

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Often called “The Heart of Africa”and covers an area of 27,834km2. It is landlocked and borders with Rwanda, Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, thus forming part of the Central African Region.


Various studies have been conducted since 1959 for petroleum exploration both on the Rusizi Basin and in the Lake Tanganyika Basin. These basins are part of the East African Rift System and are located between Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Zambia.


This Rift System is dated from Cenozoic (Tertiary) and is divided into two branches the eastern arm and the western arm. The Lake Tanganyika and the plain of Rusizi belong to the western branch which consists of sedimentary basins marked by deep Lakes (Malawi, Tanganyika).


In Burundi, these basins cover an area of 2,968.1km2. Geological studies, gravimetric, aeromagnetic and seismic surveys have been conducted in the two basins and the average sediments thickness is estimated to be more than 3,000 meters. The exploration areas of Rusizi and Lake Tanganyika basins have been divided into four blocks: A (793.1km2), B (697.1km2), C (664 km2) and D (813.4 km2). Block A is on Rusizi Basin which is onshore while blocks B, C and D are offshore in Lake Tanganyika basin from North to South respectively.

 
Burundi map of proposed blocks of Petroleum exploration
The Government of Burundi continues to encourage oil companies to invest in petroleum exploration. It is also reviewing the Petroleum Code dated1976 for attracting more investors. Blocks C & D were granted to A-Z Petroleum Products Limited and Surestream Petroleum Limited respectively for exploration. However, with the fall of crude prices, fieldwork on these blocks was suspended. The four blocks are currently open and available to potential investors.


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