"To facilitate and coordinate the implementation of applied geoscience programmes in East and Southeast Asia in order to contribute to economic development and an improved quality of life within the region."

Institutional Capacity Building in CCOP Countries, Phase I (ICB-CCOP I) Project

http://www.ccop.or.th/pdf/icb/ICB_work_plan_2006_2007.jpg

Literature of Song Hong Basin and Phu Khanh Basin

# Click to: Download ICB Final Report Vol 1 & 2.

WHAT’S NEW

 

·         Mr. Liu Liqun from SINOPEC, China has been appointed as the Regional Project Coordinator.  He will assume the post at the CCOP Technical Secretariat in Bangkok, Thailand on 1 September 2005. 

·         Thereport of the Project’s Inception Phase has been approved by the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok for implementation.

·         The CCOP Member Countries’ National Coordinators of the Project have been identified (List of National Coordinators). 

·         ICB-CCOP Inception Phase Meetingon 16-18 May 2005, at Holiday Inn Silom Bangkok Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand 

   ·         ICB-CCOP 1st China Workshop on 7-9 September 2005, at Dong Shan Hotel, Guangzhou, China

   ·      ICB-CCOP 1st Vietnam Workshop on 19 19-21 December 2005, at Hanoi Horison Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam

   ·       ICB Activity Plan , Work Plan   and Implementation of Case Studies Plan  2006 - 2007

   ·       1st Malaysia Workshop on Sulu Sea – East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case StudyField Study in the Eastern Sabah on February 26 – March 5 2006, at Sabah, Malaysia

   ·       List of ICB-CCOP1 Project Regional Expert Group

   ·       Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Field Study in Hainan Island April 9-12 2006, Hainan Island, China

   ·       Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Fieldtrip Study in Northeast Vietnam, May 15-17 2006, around Hanoi area, northeast Vietnam

   ·       Petroleum System Modeling Software User Training & Application Training, May 8-13 2006, Hanoi, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Bangkok Meeting on Sulu Sea – East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case Study, August 10-11 2006, Bangkok, Thailand

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Qingdao Meeting on Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case Study, 28-29 August, 2006, Qingdao, China

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training Course on Organic Geochemistry and Petrology in Petroleum Exploration, 11-14 September 2006, Beijing, China

   ·      CCOP/ICB-PETRAD-CNOOC-MLR-CGS Seminar on CO2 Issues in Petroluem E&P, 23-25 November 2006, Guilin, China

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Manila Meeting on Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Meeting, 30-31 January 2007, Manila, Philippines

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Workshop, 2-4 March 2007, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training and Expert Visit, 5-8 March 2007, Ho Chi Minh / Phu Quoc, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA-PETROVIETNAM Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Seminar on Fractured Reservoir Exploration & Production, 16-18 May 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Meeting, 22-23 May 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    ·       CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training Course in digital mapping: From Data Catch to Depth Map GIS in Hydrocarbon Exploration, 4-7 June 2007, Bali, Indonesia

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Song Hong -Yinggehai Basin Case Study Final Report China Meeting, 13 August 2007, Beijing, China

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Meeting, 21-22 August 2007, Phuket, Thailand

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Seminar on Capacity Building during the Implementation of ICB-CCOP1 Project, 23-25 August 2007, Phuket, Thailand


    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 26 September 2007 Manila, Philippines

    ·     CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 11 October 2007, Beijing, China 

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 5 November 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP 1 Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar 8 November 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam


PROJECT BACKGROUND

 

The Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), through Danida, has approved USD 1.25 millionfor the implementation of theInstitutional Capacity Building in CCOP Countries, Phase I (ICB-CCOP I) Project. A three-month inception phase has been initiated recently, following the signing of the project implementation agreementbetween the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) and the Royal Danish Embassy in Bangkok.

 

The long-term objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the public authorities within the CCOP Member Countries to assess their countries’ hydrocarbon potentials. The project, besides enhancing the geological understanding and knowledge on the hydrocarbon potentials of the region, will contribute to promoting regional understanding and cooperation that can serve as tools for prevention diplomacy, and the information outputs of the project on cross-border hydrocarbon resource potentials can contribute to joint regional economic development and integration. A potential increase in the public share of the obtained revenue can have a great impact on the socio-economic development of the region, and thus contribute to the reduction of poverty.

 

The project will have durationof three years, involving cross-border case study activities in Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Scientists from all CCOP Member Countries will be invited to participate in regional project workshops and training courses. The project will also involve a pool of Danish and regional experts, as well as management and coordination support from the CCOP Technical Secretariat.

 

The immediate objectives of the project, among others, are:

1)       To promote regional cooperation in enhancing and integrating the existing knowledge of the petroleum systems in the region, and thus, contribute to a sustainable development of the available resources.

2)       To enhance the research and/or exploration capabilities of the geoscientists of the various governmental upstream petroleum agencies of the CCOP Member Countries.

3)       To introduce the local geoscientists to available modern techniques and technologies applied for the exploration and/or exploitation of hydrocarbons.

4)       To disseminate the knowledge captured and thus facilitate the implementation of similar projects in other petroleum areas of Member Countries.

5)       To contribute to the efforts of the CCOP Member Countries to: promote the hydrocarbon potential of the geological basins in the region; encourage joint exploration and development that can contribute to integrated regional economic development; and attract investment from the Oil and Gas Industry.

 

For more information about the Project, you may contact the Project Coordinator at this email address:  ccopts@ccop.or.th or ia@geus.dkInstitutional Capacity Building in CCOP Countries, Phase I (ICB-CCOP I) Project



http://www.ccop.or.th/pdf/icb/ICB_work_plan_2006_2007.jpg

Literature of Song Hong Basin and Phu Khanh Basin

# Click to: Download ICB Final Report Vol 1 & 2.

WHAT’S NEW

 

·         Mr. Liu Liqun from SINOPEC, China has been appointed as the Regional Project Coordinator.  He will assume the post at the CCOP Technical Secretariat in Bangkok, Thailand on 1 September 2005. 

·         Thereport of the Project’s Inception Phase has been approved by the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok for implementation.

·         The CCOP Member Countries’ National Coordinators of the Project have been identified (List of National Coordinators). 

·         ICB-CCOP Inception Phase Meetingon 16-18 May 2005, at Holiday Inn Silom Bangkok Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand 

   ·         ICB-CCOP 1st China Workshop on 7-9 September 2005, at Dong Shan Hotel, Guangzhou, China

   ·      ICB-CCOP 1st Vietnam Workshop on 19 19-21 December 2005, at Hanoi Horison Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam

   ·       ICB Activity Plan , Work Plan   and Implementation of Case Studies Plan  2006 - 2007

   ·       1st Malaysia Workshop on Sulu Sea – East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case StudyField Study in the Eastern Sabah on February 26 – March 5 2006, at Sabah, Malaysia

   ·       List of ICB-CCOP1 Project Regional Expert Group

   ·       Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Field Study in Hainan Island April 9-12 2006, Hainan Island, China

   ·       Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Fieldtrip Study in Northeast Vietnam, May 15-17 2006, around Hanoi area, northeast Vietnam

   ·       Petroleum System Modeling Software User Training & Application Training, May 8-13 2006, Hanoi, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Bangkok Meeting on Sulu Sea – East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case Study, August 10-11 2006, Bangkok, Thailand

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Qingdao Meeting on Yinggehai – Song Hong Basin Case Study, 28-29 August, 2006, Qingdao, China

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training Course on Organic Geochemistry and Petrology in Petroleum Exploration, 11-14 September 2006, Beijing, China

   ·      CCOP/ICB-PETRAD-CNOOC-MLR-CGS Seminar on CO2 Issues in Petroluem E&P, 23-25 November 2006, Guilin, China

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 1st Manila Meeting on Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Meeting, 30-31 January 2007, Manila, Philippines

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Workshop, 2-4 March 2007, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training and Expert Visit, 5-8 March 2007, Ho Chi Minh / Phu Quoc, Vietnam

   ·      CCOP-DANIDA-PETROVIETNAM Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Seminar on Fractured Reservoir Exploration & Production, 16-18 May 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Meeting, 22-23 May 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    ·       CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Training Course in digital mapping: From Data Catch to Depth Map GIS in Hydrocarbon Exploration, 4-7 June 2007, Bali, Indonesia

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Song Hong -Yinggehai Basin Case Study Final Report China Meeting, 13 August 2007, Beijing, China

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin & Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Meeting, 21-22 August 2007, Phuket, Thailand

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Seminar on Capacity Building during the Implementation of ICB-CCOP1 Project, 23-25 August 2007, Phuket, Thailand


    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 26 September 2007 Manila, Philippines

    ·     CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 11 October 2007, Beijing, China 

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP1 Sulu Sea—East Sabah Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar, 5 November 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    ·      CCOP-DANIDA Institutional Capacity Building Project ICB-CCOP 1 Yinggehai-Song Hong Basin Case Study Dissemination Seminar 8 November 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam


PROJECT BACKGROUND

 

The Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), through Danida, has approved USD 1.25 millionfor the implementation of theInstitutional Capacity Building in CCOP Countries, Phase I (ICB-CCOP I) Project. A three-month inception phase has been initiated recently, following the signing of the project implementation agreementbetween the Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP) and the Royal Danish Embassy in Bangkok.

 

The long-term objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the public authorities within the CCOP Member Countries to assess their countries’ hydrocarbon potentials. The project, besides enhancing the geological understanding and knowledge on the hydrocarbon potentials of the region, will contribute to promoting regional understanding and cooperation that can serve as tools for prevention diplomacy, and the information outputs of the project on cross-border hydrocarbon resource potentials can contribute to joint regional economic development and integration. A potential increase in the public share of the obtained revenue can have a great impact on the socio-economic development of the region, and thus contribute to the reduction of poverty.

 

The project will have durationof three years, involving cross-border case study activities in Vietnam, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Scientists from all CCOP Member Countries will be invited to participate in regional project workshops and training courses. The project will also involve a pool of Danish and regional experts, as well as management and coordination support from the CCOP Technical Secretariat.

 

The immediate objectives of the project, among others, are:

1)       To promote regional cooperation in enhancing and integrating the existing knowledge of the petroleum systems in the region, and thus, contribute to a sustainable development of the available resources.

2)       To enhance the research and/or exploration capabilities of the geoscientists of the various governmental upstream petroleum agencies of the CCOP Member Countries.

3)       To introduce the local geoscientists to available modern techniques and technologies applied for the exploration and/or exploitation of hydrocarbons.

4)       To disseminate the knowledge captured and thus facilitate the implementation of similar projects in other petroleum areas of Member Countries.

5)       To contribute to the efforts of the CCOP Member Countries to: promote the hydrocarbon potential of the geological basins in the region; encourage joint exploration and development that can contribute to integrated regional economic development; and attract investment from the Oil and Gas Industry.

 

For more information about the Project, you may contact the Project Coordinator at this email address:  ccopts@ccop.or.th or ia@geus.dk







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