Logo GEPlan



Hello everyone, the new website is finally online! New style, new challenges, new location…everything is changed except our aim…try to offer you our best!..Have a look and find out more about our basin reports and services!


  GEPlan will be present at PROSPEX 2012 in London on December 12-13 at the Business Design Centre in Islington. We will be at booth 63 and Raffaele Di Cuia will give a talk on “new plays in the Central Mediterranean Basin” on Thursday afternoon. Come and visit us at our booth for an updates […]

FIELD TRIP AAPG on “Complex Carbonate Reservoirs”

On Sunday 9th October the AAPG field trip on Complex Carbonate Reservoir will start in Naples. The field trip will end in Rome on 14th October. This field field trip is in the AAPG Education Calendar since 2005 For more information visit AAPG pagehttp://www.aapg.org/education/fieldseminars/details.cfm?ID=79  

Bathurst Carbonate Conference 2011 in Bristol (UK)

G.E.Plan Consulting presenting a paper at the Bathurst Carbonate Conference 2011 in Bristol (UK). Alberto Riva will be presenting on 13/07 a talk on “Depositional geometries and sedimentology of active intraplatform depressions in Mesozoic carbonate platforms: examples from outcrop and subsurface”. This presentation summarises the experience on this subject acquired in recent studies from the […]

geplan @ ISMIS 2011

GEPlan consulting in collaboration with intelliWARE and Engineergin Department of University of Ferrara is present at ISMIS 2011 in Warsaw (Poland). http://ismis2011.ii.pw.edu.pl/ GEPlan presents a paper in the Industrial Session at ISMIS 2011 – 19th International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems. Integrating clustering and classification techniques: a case study for reservoir facies prediction ABSTRACT […]

Nautilus field trip

A Nautilus field trip starts today! Raffaele will run with Claudio Turrini a Nautilus one week field trip on “complex carbonate reservoirs”. The field trip will be run in Southern Italy focusing on the Southern Apennines thrust belt and on the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Carbonates of the Apulian Platform.