NomeLorenzo
CognomeLipparini
Emaillorenzolip70@gmail.com
Membership
From 2006 Active member of SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists)
From 2004 Active member of EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers)
From 2003 Active member of AAPG (Association of American Petroleum Geologist)
1991-95; 2012 Active member of SGI (Società Geologica Italiana)


Lingue Conosciute
Italian mother tongue, fluent spoken and written English, fluent spoken French.

Conoscenze Informatiche
Software knowledge
Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Access
Graphics: Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Canvas
Geographic information software
GIS - (ARCGIS)
3D G&G and Reservoir Modelling softwares
• PETREL (Integrated 3D software, from Seismic Interpretation to Reservoir Modeling)
Seismic & Well data Interpretation Softwares
• Petrel
• SMT – Kingdom Suite (IHS)
• Landmark – 2D/3D seismic data interpretation (Openworks, Post-Stack, Pal, Rave) and mapping (Zycor)
• GeoProbe – advanced 3D seismic interpretation and visualization
• Geoquest – 2D/3D seismic data interpretation (Iesx, Geoviz), mapping (CPS3) and well data analysis (Geoframe)
• VoxelGeo – advanced 3D seismic interpretation and visualization
Specialistic technical Softwares
• Hampson/Russel – advanced Well-to-Seismic-Tie, AVO & Seismic Inversion software
• Stratimagic – seismic facies characterization software
• REP - (Prospect Reserve Evaluation Software)
• Seiswell – Synthetic Seismograms and VSP processing/interpretation Eni in-house software

Titoli di Studio e Corsi di Specializzazione
M.Sc. in Geology – Department of Earth Sciences, “La Sapienza” University of Rome – Italy Graduate with first-class honors.
The Degree Thesis has been awarded of the « Best Thesis Award in Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences – 1995 » by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE, Italian Section) and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE Division)

University education
2014-2017
Winner for a 3 years Ph.D Program at “Sapienza” University of Rome with a Research Project presented on “HC Migration Models on the NW margin of the Apulia Platform (Central Italy)”.
1995
The Degree Thesis has been awarded of the « Best Thesis Award in Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences – 1995 » by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE, Italian Section) and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAPG Division) with the following remarks “Mr. Lipparini has worked on a complex subject, collecting data and proposing models and interpretations of great interest for the geoscientist dealing with geological problems of carbonatic series of the Mesozoic period. The methodology of the work shows a multidisciplinary approach and good understanding of the evolution in the area during the Jurassic era. The supporting material, maps and tables is of high quality”.
Winner of a PhD student position in Sedimentary Geology at the Ferdinando II University of Naples; abandoned after a year to join ENI S.p.A. (former Agip).
1990 – 1995
M.Sc. – Institute of Earth Sciences, “La Sapienza” University of Rome, Rome – Italy
Main Thesis – Stratigraphic and Structural Geology: “Paleogeographic evolution of Jurassic basins: the “Lias Stage” in facies umbro-marchigiano-sabina in the Polino area (Terni, central Italy)” – Supervisor Prof. U. Nicosia; graduate with first-class honours.
The one year and half long thesis work, starting from a detailed 1:5000 geological survey, reconstructed the geodynamic evolution and the correlated palaeoenviromental aspects of a Jurassic Umbrian-Sabine sedimentary basin.
Second Thesis – Environmental Geology: “Surface faulting developed in response to the strongest seismic events during the last 200 years.” – Supervisors: Prof. M. Parotto and Dott. L. Serva.

Qualifica
Actually involved in Research and Teaching.
Last position: Exploration & Reservoir Manager at Mediterranean Oil & Gas group (c/o Medoilgas Italia S.p.A.)

Curriculum Accademico
Seminars, Courses, classes.
2016
− SGI Italian Geological Society conference in Naples, 7-9 September.
− ICE (AAPG-SEG), Barcelona, Spain.
2015
− Petroleum Geology Student Contest, organised by the University of Basilicata (Matera, Italy).
− Field Trip course on Mesozoic Carbonate Platform of Mt. Parnasus (Greece) with Prof. G.Rusciadelli, University GdA of Chieti.
− Attend the seminar “Creative Problem Solving” c/o Federmanager of Rome.
2014
− Attend the seminar “Tradizione orale vs nuove tecnologie, una sfida per la divulgazione scientifica” by Mario Tozzi, at “Sapienza” University.
− Attend the seminar “Pelagic sediments - archives for ocean and climate history” by Prof Weissert of ETH Zurich - 11th IAS Special Lecture Tour 2014-2015, at “Sapienza” University
− “Practice of exploration-production contracts economic modeling”– IFP 4 days long Course (Rueil-Paris); teacher: M.L. Djenaoui.
− AAPG Europe Region Conference help in Naples (Italy) on 25th-26th of March 2014.
2013
− XI GeoSed Congress post-conference Field Trip Leader (Sept. 2013)
2012
− SIS (Schlumberger) 2012 Global Forum - Monaco, Montecarlo.
− Reviewer for EAGE 2012 International Conference and Exhibition - Copenhagen, Denmark.
2011
− AAPG 2011 International Conference & Exhibition - Milan, Italy.
− “New and Emerging Plays in the Eastern Mediterranean” Conference, organized by The Geological Society (Petroleum Group) – London, England.
2009
− EAGE 2010 International Conference and Exhibition - Barcelona, Spain.
− OMC (Offshore Mediterranean Conference) – Ravenna, Italy
2008
− 5 days long Basic Reservoir Engineering class by Petroskill – Aberdeen, UK.
− EAGE 2008 International Conference and Exhibition - Rome, Italy.
2007
− AAPG and AAPG European Region Conference and Exhibition – Athens, Greece
− “Modern Prospect Assessment: Risk and Uncertainty for Today’s Prospect Evaluations” – Pre-AAPG Conference two days long; teacher: D. Norman (Geoknowledge, Conroe, TX, USA).
− PUG (Petroleum User Group) ESRI GIS Conference – Houston, Texas (USA)
2006
− 5 days long Reservoir Geophysics Class by Nautilus – Houston, Texas (USA)
− Petrel/Schlumberger Symposium (in May) – Houston, Texas (USA)
− AVO Consortium Annual Meeting (LFP) – Houston, Texas (USA)
− AAPG Annual Convention – Houston, Texas (USA)
− Symposium by Western on Time Lapse Seismic – Houston, Texas, (USA)
− OTC (Offshore Technology Conference) – Houston, Texas (USA)
− PUG (Petroleum User Group) ESRI GIS Conference – Houston, Texas (USA)
2005
− SEG 2005 International Exposition and 75th Annual Meeting – Houston, Texas (USA)
− OTC (Offshore Technology Conference) – Houston, Texas (USA)
− Petrel Class – one week long Course on the use of Petrel software in building a reservoir geological integrated model.
2004
− AVO/Inversion Humpson-Russel forum – one day long workshop and update
− 66th EAGE Conference & Exhibition.
− ARCGIS/ARCMAP one week long Base course.
− PUBLIC SPEAKING - Three days long course on presentation skills in English.
− “Petroleum Geology of Deep-Water Turbidite Depositional Systems” (Aberdeen); three day long course; teacher Prof. R. Slatt (University of Oklahoma, USA).
2003
− AAPG 2003 Annual meeting in Barcelona.
− Italian Geological Society 2003 Special Congress “La Geologia del Mare Tirreno e degli Appennini”.
− 2003 ENI internal convention for exploration.
− “Stratimagic” - Seismic characterization Software: one week long in-house training course.
1999
− “Turbidite Deepwater Sedimentation” course with a week long field-trip on Pyrenees outcrops (Spain); teacher Prof. E. Mutti (University of Parma, Italy).
− “SPOODS Annual Meeting”, (San Francisco – California). Four day long course on Turbidite Deepwater Sedimentation and field-trip on California outcrops; teachers Prof. D.R. Lowe and Prof. S.A. Graham (Stanford University).
1997
− “Wire Line Log” Agip one week long training course (well logs analysis and interpretation).
− One week long advanced course of “Sequence and Seismic Stratigraphy of marine areas”, organised by the CNR, Institute Marine Geology of Bologna, FIST and by the National Group of Sedimentology (CNR Bologna, Italy).
− “Basin analysis in convergent margins context” Agip one week long training course, and associated field-trip in Marche-Abruzzi areas (Central Italy).
− “Structural analysis” - one week long course/ field-trip, Dolomite Alps (Northern Italy).

Curriculum Professionale
Work experience
Jan/2015 – actual
Ph.D Researcher & Technical advisor
c/o University of Rome “La Sapienza”
Rome – ITALY
Research and teaching experience at Universities (Rome, Chieti and Siena), in particular on Apennines-Adriatic Petroleum System and HC migration models along the margin of ancient Carbonate platforms, with a focus on Apulian Carbonate related oil plays, both on and off-shore.
Recent activities:
- Article submitted at The Geological Society Special Publications: “Maiella, the oil massif in the central Apennines ridge of Italy. Exploration, production and innovation in the oil fields of Abruzzo across the 19th and 20th Centuries.”.
- Teaching at “Sapienza” Rome University Petrel and 3D Seismic Interpretation classes.
- Article submitted at AAPG Bullettin: “distribution 3D models of high-porosity carbonate ramp reservoirs, constrained by dense historical well data and laboratory measurements (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy)”.
- Providing classes on, Seismic Interpretation and Velocity Models building.
- Presentations given at 2016 SGI conference in Naples (7-9 September) on “Densely spaced historic drilling data & modern 3D reservoir modelling of a carbonate oil field (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy); heavy oil distribution and its controlling factors.” and “Early oil explorations and production in the Maiella-Tocco Casauria oil province across the 19th and 20th Centuries”.
- Seismic Interpretation class (using the Kingdom software), teached at the Master of “Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production”, University of Siena, Italy (July 2016).
- 2 days Petrel course on “Introduction to Petrel 3D interpretation and modelling software and its uses from a scientific perspective”given at Sapienza University of Rome (May 2016).
- Reservoir class professor at the Master of “Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production”, University of Siena, Italy (May 2016).
- Thesis supervisor for earth science master degree students.
- Invited Lecture given on “Central-Southern Italy Petroleum Systems” at University G.d’Annunzio of Chieti (Feb. 2015).
Jan/2012 – Dec./2014
Exploration & Reservoir Manager
Medoilgas Italia S.p.A. (formerly Mediterranean Oil & Gas group)
Rome – ITALY
Exploration & Reservoir Manager, for all the domestic and abroad activities, onshore and offshore, of the company and its affiliates. Deeply involved in New Ventures and New Business Opportunities evaluation, in farm-in and farm-out activities, in portfolio’s value assessment.
Continue positive collaborations with researcher and professors at Italian Universities of Rome, Chieti and Parma. Act as correlator for Master Degree thesis.
Dec/2010 – Dec/2011
Nov/2008 – Dec/2010
G&G and Reservoir Leader
Medoilgas Italia S.p.A.
Rome – ITALY
Gain the responsibility to the coordinate all Geophysical, Geological and also Reservoir activities of the Company and its affiliates, from both the technical and management point of view.
In particular act as Project Manager on the key assets of the company:
Ombrina Mare Carbonate oil filed: Exploration & Development asset: clastic gas play over the main oil carbonate reservoir.
-Coordinate all G&G studies, Reservoir static and dynamic modelling and field development plan definition, including re-processing, inversion and petrophisical studies.
Malta Off-shore (Area 4) Exploration asset: carbonate play
- Coordinate in all its phases the acquisition of a 3D long-offset seismic survey: the acquisition project is executed on time and as per budged in the last quarter of 2011, fulfilling the technical requirement and objectives. At the same time, plan and coordinate the execution of an environmental baseline survey and of a geochemical seabed sampling project.
- Manage the subsequent seismic PreSTM processing, as well, and all the planned technical work such as Basin Modelling, Prospect re-assessment of the area etc.
Initiate several collaboration with researcher and professors at Italian Universities of Rome & Chieti (on Carbonate plays), and Parma (on clastics reservoirs).
G&G Technical Coordinator
Medoilgas Italia S.p.A.
Rome – ITALY
Gain the responsibility to coordinate all the Geophysical and Geological activities of the Company and its affiliates, from both the technical and management point of view (planning, budgeting etc.); keep responsibility for seismic data acquisition, processing and interpretation & characterization projects.
In particular manage the most important company asset (Ombrina Oil & Gas discovery) coordinating all the technical aspects: regional geological studies, seismo-stratigraphic studies, core analysis, facies and bio-stratigraphic studies, fracture analysis, reprocessing and inversion, 3D full static & dynamic study (in Petrel/Eclipse).
Manage the Malta Off-shore (Area 4) Exploration Carbonate asset for all the technical aspects: regional studies, modeling, PreSDM re-processing and interpretation etc.
Directly involved in coordinating activities on the following exploration/development/appraisal assets withing the company’s portfolio [in brackets a quick reference to the geological target]:
− Guendalina Gas Field development [foredeep clastics].
− Serra San Bernardo Exploration Permit: Monte Grosso Oil drilling Project [sub-thrust Carbonates in the Souther Apennines].
− Civita Exploration Permit: G&G Study, Prospect Inventory & drilling project [onshore Gas in deformed foredeep clastics].
− Castel di Lama Concession: Trend Nereto Project (G&G Study & Prospect Inventory) [Gas in deformed foredeep clastic and piggy-back basins].
− Masseria Petrilli Concession: G&G and Exploration assessment [Gas in foredeep clastics and carbonates].
− Torrente Celone Concession: Masseria Sipari Prospect G&G Study and drilling project [Gas in foredeep clastics and carbonates].
Nov/2007 – Nov/2008
− Montalbano Exploration Permit: F.Cavone G&G Study and Drilling Project [Gas in foredeep clastics].
− Cupoloni Field Gas Storage project: from seismic interpretation to 3D geological modeling.
Geophysical Coordinator
Medoilgas Italia S.p.A. (former Intergas Più s.r.l.)
Rome – ITALY
Geophysical Coordinator for all the geophysical activities of the Company, responsible for seismic data acquisition, processing and interpretation & characterization projects. In particular involved in exploration/development/appraisal activity on the Malta Off-shore Exploration (Area 4) and on the Company’s Italian asset.
Nov/2005 – Oct/2007
Reservoir Team Leader/Geophysical Coordinator
ENI Petroleum (USA)
Houston (Texas) – USA
Involved initially as senior geophysical support to assist the development and management of several operated and non-operated fields in Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and Alaska Eni portfolio.
Gain a position of Reservoir Team Leader/Geophysical Coordinator for all the Reservoir oriented geophysical activities, including 3D seismic data acquisition and processing, reservoir interpretation & characterization projects (Inversion, AVO, Spectral Decomposition, Attribute Analysis, Depth Conversion etc.), Reservoir 3D Modeling (in Petrel), well planning, drilling, support and follow-up and well geophysical data acquisition (Check Shots and VSPs).
Deeply involved in following drilling operation (new wells, side-tracks, re-completions, horizontal wells, etc.) gain a considerable experience, also implementing while-drilling/real-time solutions (e.g. for while drilling evaluations, model updates, re-depth conversions etc.).
Involved in several full-field Reservoir studies, both in GOM (Europa, Medusa, Morpeth, Longhorn, etc.) and Alaska (Nikaitchuq, Ooguruk), directly involved in the Longhorn / Appalosa discoveries (GOM), and in several development projects.
Implemented an integrated workflow, between Exploration and Reservoir groups, to assist the Near Field Exploration and Appraisal activities, the associated drilling phases and their Development. In particular, defined a more integrated workflow between the Geophysical, Geological and Engineering work using the available Schlumberger solutions (Geoframe/IESX - Petrel) also in connection with GIS databases (through Openspirit tool). Becomes a Petrel advanced user.
Oct/2004 – Oct/2005
Senior Reservoir Geophysicist – Interface
ENI Indonesia – c/o Unocal Corp. Oil & Gas Exploration & Production
Sugar Land (Houston) – Texas – USA
Involved as seconded in a multidisciplinary Development Project dedicated to the Indonesia Deepwater Gehem-Ranggas discoveries (operated by Unocal with Eni 20% interest). Dedicated to ensure a Eni/Unocal alignment both on technical and strategic issues on one side, and to perform a geophysical support to the Unocal team in a particular phase of the project, aimed to meet the requests and get a project approval to proceed in the development phase.
Feb/2004-Oct/2004
Dec/2001–Sep/2003
Senior Exploration Geophysicist (Seismic Stratigrapher)
ENI S.p.A. – E&P Division (Seismic Stratigraphic Methodologies Dept.)
San Donato Mil.se (MI) – Italy
Involved in multidisciplinary explorative (off-shore Nigeria, Congo, Brazil, Norway) and reservoir (Karachaganak) projects as coordinator of the seismo-stratigraphic specialist support studies. Charged of the integration and definition of seismo-stratigraphic, sedimentological and petro-acoustic models aimed
to predict facies distribution; involved in lead/prospect individuation, evaluation and ranking also through a DHI/Anomalies reconnaissance and evaluation step. Aside standard approaches, insure knowledge of advanced 3D interpretation and visualization tools on multi-attribute volumes (seismic, AVO, Continuity, Optical Stack, Acoustic Impedance etc...).
− Brazil / BM-C4 Exploration Residual Potential Evaluation Study
− Norway / PL-285 Seismo-stratigraphic study of Tertiary and Cretaceous exploration targets
− Nigeria / OPL-244 Integrated Seismo-depositional study & Lead Delineation
− Kazakhstan / Karachaganak Carbonate Seismo-stratigraphic Study
− Congo / MTPN – Prospect Inventory & Residual Potential Evaluation Study
Sep/2003 – Dec/2003
Researcher in Marine Geophysics (Seismic Stratigrapher)
University of Rome “La Sapienza” (Geophysical Dept.)
ROMA – Italy
Involved in multidisciplinary geological/geophysical project, mostly in the Mediterranean area, as seismo-stratigrapher and in the planning of the activities. Take part to an oceanographic cruise with Research Vessel URANIA (CNR) in the Tyrrhenian Sea during which is involved in planning and acquisition of geophysical data (multi-beam, single channel high resolution seismic – sparker and chirp) and geological data (dragging, gravity coring). Improve his knowledge about interpretation of high-resolution sea bottom survey, managing and integrating different dataset: side scan sonar, multi-beam, high to very high resolution single channel seismic data.
Nov/2000–Nov/2001
Explorationist/Geophysicist (Seismic Stratigrapher Specialist)
Agip Gabon S.A. (Exploration Department)
Port-Gentil – Gabon (Central Africa)
Charged as geophysicist specialized in seismo-stratigraphy, involved in prospect evaluation of operated deep-water offshore blocks, primarily through interpretation of 3D reflection seismic and well data; coordination and integration of special studies (Stratimagic seismic facies classification, AVO, seismic attribute computation and sedimentological interpretation).
Involved in a reserve revision study of Limande Carbonate oil Field, aimed to delineate and characterize the geological-geophysical reservoir model, targeted to an appraisal well location proposal to the partners; also involved in the analysis of the different possible production scenarios and in economical feasibility evaluation of the project.
June/1999 – Oct/2000
Geophysicist and R&D Seismic Stratigrapher
ENI S.p.A. – AGIP Division (Seismic Stratigraphic Methodologies Dept.)
San Donato Mil.se (MI) – Italy
Involved in explorative and research projects on off-shore Central-Africa and North Sea areas, both as coordinator for integrated seismo-stratigraphic contributions and as seismic stratigrapher. Ensure the use of a wide range of approaches, from both a geophysical perspective (Seismic Sequence Analysis, Seismic facies classification, AVO, AI Inversion, petro-acoustic analysis, etc.) and a geological one (in particular for turbidite depositional models and deep water sedimentology).
− Gabon / 3D Project – Exploration Integrated Study / Prospect Inventory
− UKCS / Blocks 8/1-8/20-8/25 – Integrated Seismo-stratigraphic Study
− Deep Water Seismo-Depositional Research Project for Exploration
Oct/1996 – June/1999
Junior Geophysicist (Seismic Stratigrapher)
ENI S.p.A. – AGIP Division (Seismic Stratigraphic Methodologies Dept.)
San Donato Mil.se (MI) – Italy
Initial 6 month-long training on-the-job, aimed to the acquisition of the seismo-stratigraphic basic knowledge through the integrated use of seismic and well data; involved in multidisciplinary explorative projects and in integrated work team. Charged with detailed 3D seismic stratigraphic interpretation, attribute extraction, well to seismic tie and integration with well data (logs, electro-facies, cores etc.) aimed to the building predictive regional models and sequences/facies mapping.
− Azerbaijan / South Caspian Basin Integrated Study of Productive Series
− Faroers / White Zone – Seismo-stratigraphic study to support exploration evaluation
− China / Tarim Basin – “Blocks 6,7 e 14 Carbonate Seismo-stratigraphic Study”
− China / Tarim Basin – Block1 – “Post well seismic revision project and update

Principali Attività Svolte
Other Work / Teaching experiences
2016
- Consultant as geoscience expert advisor for oil & gas companies.
- 5 days Seismic Interpretation class Professor (using kingdom software) at “Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production Master” (San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy).
- 2 days Reservoir class Professor at “Hydrocarbon Exploration and Production Master” (San Giovanni Valdarno, Italy).
- 2 days Petrel course given at “Sapienza” University of Rome: “Introduction to Petrel 3D interpretation and modelling software and its uses from a scientific perspective” (May 2016)
- Talk given at the “HCs Exploration and Production Conference: the point of view of petroleum geologists“ c/o University of Rome “Roma 3”; talk title: ”The experience of a petroleum geologist from USA to Italy”; 8th April 2016).
- Invited Lecture on Carbonates: “Seismic facies, geometries and their interpretation”, given c/o Ophir Energy Plc company HQ in London (March 2016).
- Talk “The role of geologist and work possibilities in the Oil & Gas Industry”, given at University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
2015
- Lecture given on “Central-Southern Italy Petroleum Systems” at University G.d’Annunzio of Chieti
2013
- Field Trip Leader, at the XI GeoSed Congress post-conference Field Trip, on “Physical stratigraphy and tectonic settings of Bolognano Formation (Majella): a potential carbonate reservoir” (Sept. 2013).
2011
- EAGE Distinguished Lecturer, Programme 2011, invited by the EAGE Education Officer after the Poster: ”Seismo-stratigraphic study of the Plio-Pleistocene deposits of the Central Adriatic Sea (Italy)” was considered as one of the best presented at 2010 EAGE Annual Conference in Barcelona.
- Presenter for the EAGE Distinguished Lecturer Programme for 2011.
- Reviewer for EAGE 2011 International Conference and Exhibition - Vienna, Austria.
2010
- Reviewer for EAGE 2010 International Conference and Exhibition - Barcelona, Spain.
2009
- Chairman of the “Seismic Interpretation” Oral session at the EAGE 2009 International Conference and Exhibition - Amsterdam, Nederland.
- Lecture given on E&P Technical Workflows and advanced 3D Interpretation techniques at the "Subsurface Geology" Course at “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Prof. D. Scrocca).
- Reviewer for EAGE 2009 International Conference & Exhibition (Amsterdam, Nederland).
- Chairman of the “Seismic Reservoir Characterization” Poster session at the EAGE 2010 International Conference and Exhibition - Barcelona, Spain.
2004
- Dedicated workshop about “3D Seismic Interpretation Methodologies” at Eni/E&P Division HQ.
- Lecture given at the Eni/E&P Division training “Basic Oil” course.
- Lectures given on “3D Seismic Interpretation Methodologies” at Sapienza University of Rome.
- Lectures given on “3D Seismic Interpretation Methodologies” at Eni/E&P Division HQ.
- Short Course given on “Oil & Gas Exploration” at the "Marine Geophysics" Course at “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Prof. F.L. Chiocci).
2002/2003
- Lecture given at the Eni/E&P Division training course in Seismo-stratigraphy.
1994/1995, 1995/1996 and 1996/1997
- Participation for three consecutive years to the field trip of the Palaeontology class of “La Sapienza” University of Rome. Charged with field teaching and geological survey activities especially with regard stratigraphy and geological evolution of a sector of Umbria-Marche Central Apennines.
1992/1993 and 1993/1994
- Winner for two years of a contract at the Museum of Palaeontology “La Sapienza” of Rome: charged with teaching activity for the museum visitors, fossil classification and database building.

Pubblicazioni
Presentations and Posters
2016
− L. Lipparini, Trippetta F., Ruggieri R., Brandano M.& Romi A. (2016) – “Densely spaced historic drilling data & modern 3D reservoir modelling of a carbonate oil field (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy); heavy oil distribution and its controlling factors.” – presented at SGI conference in Naples (Italy), 7-9 September.
− Trippetta F., Ruggieri R. & Lipparini L. (2016) – “A multi-scale approach for understanding the role of hydrocarbons content on the mechanical properties of rocks: insights and implications for the Majella reservoir (Italy).” – presented at SGI conference in Naples (Italy), 7-9 September.
− L. Lipparini & F. Gerali (2016) – “Early oil explorations and production in the Maiella-Tocco Casauria oil province across the 19th and 20th Centuries” – presented at SGI conference in Naples (Italy), 7-9 September.
− F. Trippetta, R. Ruggieri & L. Lipparini (2016). “Variations of the petrophysical properties of rocks with increasing hydrocarbons content and their implications at larger scale: insights from the Majella reservoir (Italy)” – Poster presented at EGU Conference in Wien (Austria), April 2016.
− L. Lipparini, F. Gerali& J. Palladini (2016) – “Early oil explorers in Italy across the ‘800 and ‘900: the North Maiella-Tocco Casauria oil province case histories (Abruzzo - Italy)” - presentation given at 2016 ICE (AAPG-SEG), Barcelona, Spain.
− L. Lipparini, R. Ruggieri, F. Trippetta & M. Brandano & A. Romi (2016) – “Modelling of an Outcropping Heavy Oil Carbonate Field, using dense well calibration, field work and lab measurements: the Oligo-Miocene Reservoir of the Maiella Mountain – Central Apennines, Italy” - presentation given at 2016 ICE (AAPG-SEG), Barcelona, Spain.
2015
− L. Lipparini, R. Ruggieri, F. Trippetta& M. Brandano (2015) – “Unravelling Heavy Oil distribution and its controlling factors in a ”frozen” oil Field, through the use of multi-scale scale datasets: the Oligo-Miocene Carbonate Reservoir of the Maiella Mountain (Central Apennines, Italy)” - presentation given at Petroleum Geology Student Contest 2015, organised by the University of Basilicata (Matera, Italy). Awarded with an Honourable Mention from the Committee. Abstract Published on Rend. Online Soc. Geol. It., Suppl. n. 1 al Vol. 37 (2015).
2014
− G. Telje, L. Lipparini & J. Fisher. (2014) “Testing Tethyan Play Concepts in a Frontier Maltese Basin” – poster presented at the AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, 14-17 September 2014, Istanbul (Turkey).
− M. Brandano, L. Petracchini, D. Scrocca & L. Lipparini, (2014) “Stratigraphic architecture and tectonic settings of Bolognano Formation (Oligo-Miocene, Majella): a potential carbonate reservoir” - presentation given at AAPG Europe Region Conference help in Naples (Italy) on 25th-26th of March 2014.
2012
− L. Lipparini, M. Brandano, A. Romi, V. Campagnoni & L. Tomassetti (2013) - “Multi-scale 3D geological modeling of an outcropping analogue: the case history of Ombrina field reservoir and its Maiella Mountain Analogue” – presentation given at SIS (Schlumberger) 2012 Global Forum - Monaco, Montecarlo.
− Brandano M., Guarini G., Pentrungaro R., Velocci L., Meloni D., Mascaro G. & Lipparini L. (2012) – “Digital 3D modeling by laser scanning technique of Lepidocyclina limestone (Bolognano Formation, Majella” – abstract published on Rend. Online Soc. Geol. It., Vol. 21 (2012), p. 1003.
2011
− Scrocca D., Inversi B. & Lipparini L., “A Review of Petroleum Plays in the Meso-Cenozoic Carbonates in Central Adriatic Sea (Italy)” – poster presented at AAPG 2011 International Conference & Exhibition - Milan, Italy.
− M. Brandano, L. Lipparini, A. Romi, V. Campagnoni & L. Tomassetti., “3D Outcrop Modeling: the Oligo-Miocene Carbonate System of the Maiella Mountain – Abruzzo Region, Italy” - presented at
AAPG 2011 International Conference & Exhibition - Milan, Italy.
− M. Brandano, V. Campagnoni, L. Lipparini, J. Pignatti & D. Mannetta., “Core Based Facies Analysis of the Cretaceous/Oligocene Boundary - Offshore Central Adriatic Sea, Italy” - poster presented at AAPG 2011 International Conference & Exhibition - Milan, Italy.
− Lipparini L., Tinterri R., “Seismo-Stratigraphic Study of the Plio-Pleistocene Deposits of the Central Adriatic Sea (Italy)” - poster presented at AAPG 2011 International Conference & Exhibition - Milan, Italy.
− M. Brandano, L. Lipparini, A. Romi, V. Campagnoni & L. Tomassetti., “Downslope-migrating sandwave in the Chattian carbonate ramp of Majella (Central Apennines, Italy)”- presented at GeoSed Meeting of the Italian Association for Sedimentary Geology - Caserta, Italy.
− M. Brandano, L. Lipparini, A. Romi, W.E. Piller, M. Harzhauser, M Reuter, V. Campagnoni & L. Tomassetti., “Submarine dune field in the Chattian carbonate ramp of Majella (Central Apennines, Italy)”- Poster presented at 28th IAS Meeting of Sedimentology - Zaragoza, Spain.
− L. Lipparini, D. Scrocca, P. Carugno & C. Cavallini, “Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the central Pelagian Basin (Mediterranean Sea): the Melita-Medina Graben (Malta Offshore Area 4)” - paper presented at the “New and Emerging Plays in the Eastern Mediterranean” Conference, organized by The Geological Society (Petroleum Group) – London, England.
2010
− A. Conti, P. Casero, S. Bigi, L. Ruggiero, R. Recanati & L. Lipparini, “3D reconstruction of the periadriatic portion of the Apennines fold-and-thrust-belt (Marche –Abruzzi onshore) “ presented at 2010 SGI (Società Geologica Italiana) Congress, Pisa, Italy.
− Lipparini L., Tinterri R., “Seismo-stratigraphic study of the Plio-Pleistocene deposits of the Central Adriatic Sea (Italy)” - poster presented at EAGE 2010 International Conference and Exhibition - Barcelona, Spain. The poster was rated in the top 20 conference papers and Nominated by the EAGE to be re-presented at 2011 AAPG International Conference.
2008
− Lipparini L., Marsili P., Moscatelli M. & Scrocca D.: “Offshore Malta (Area 4): new insights on a challenging under-explored area”; presentation given at EAGE Rome 2008 Workshop W3 “Hydrocarbon Plays and Future Potential of the Circum-Mediterranean Region”.
2004
− Lipparini L., Nini C., Ogunshote B. & Vivier M. – “Delineation of gravity-flow depositional elements within the Miocene succession in the toe-thrusted domain of the Niger Delta deep-offshore” - poster presented at the NAPE/AAPG First West Africa Deepwater Regional Conference (Abuja, Nigeria, November 2004).
− A. Giovannelli, L. Lipparini, C. Toscano & T.Birse – “The Carbonate Field of Karachaganak (Western Kazakhstan):Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Evolution and Reservoir Characteristic” - presented at the AAPG European Region Conference with GSA (Prague, October 2004).
− Chiocci F., De Alteriis G., Fascetti A., Lipparini L., Martorelli E., Bosman A., Abballe P., Calarco M. & Rocchini P. - “The study of a complex Deep-Water System trough an integrated geophysical survey, NW Ischia Island” - presented at the 32nd International Congress (Florence, August 2004).
− Giovannelli A., Lipparini L. Toscano C. & Byrse T. - “Pre-Caspian Geodynamics documented at the Karachaganak Carbonate Field (NW Kazakhstan)” - presented at the 32nd International Congress (Florence, August 2004).
− Lipparini L., Lotti R., Nini C., Nolli V & Valenti G., “3D Seismic-Stratigraphic Integrated Approach for Prospect Generation” - presented at the 66th EAGE Conference & Exhibition.
2003
− Lipparini L., Giovannelli A. & Birse T.: “Reservoir Delineation using an Integrated Seismic Facies Analysis approach: the Carboniferous Interval of the Karachaganak Field (Western Kazakhstan”,) presentation given at the AAPG 2003 Annual meeting in Barcelona.
− Abballe P., Bosman A., Calarco M., Chiocci F., Fascetti A., Lipparini L., Martorelli E. (2003)
Poster “Integrated Survey of a complex Deep-Water Depositional System, Off-Shore NW Ischia Island” presented at SGI 2003 Congress “La Geologia del Mare Tirreno e degli Appennini”.
− Presentation at a “3D multidisciplinary work session” of the poster: “3D Seismic-Stratigraphic Integrated Approach for Prospect Generation” at 2003 ENI internal convention for exploration.
− Presentation of the poster: “DHI Index – Geophysical evaluation of Amplitude supported prospect” at 2003 ENI internal convention for exploration.


Publications
L. Lipparini, R. Ruggieri, F. Trippetta & M. Brandano & A. Romi - “3D oils distribution model in a porous-carbonate ramp reservoir, constrained by dense hystorical well data, field work and laboratory measurements (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy)”. Article under review on Marine Petroleum Geology.
M. Brandano, D. Scrocca, L. Lipparini, L. Petracchini, L. Tomassetti, V. Campagnoni, D. Meloni, G. Mascaro, “Physical stratigraphy and tectonic settings of Bolognano Formation (Majella): a potential carbonate reservoir” – Field book published on the Journal of Mediterranean Earth Sciences Special Issue (2013), 151-176.
D. Scrocca, M. Brandano, L. Petracchini & L. Lipparini, (2013) “Analysis of an Exhumed Oil Accumulation: the Oligo-Miocene Carbonate Ramp Deposits of the Majella Mountain (Central Italy)” – short article published on AAPG Newsletter (4th q 2013).
Tinterri R., Lipparini L., (2013) “Seismo-stratigraphic study of the Plio-Pleistocene foredeep deposits of the Central Adriatic Sea (Italy): geometry and characteristics of deep-water channels and sediment drifts” – article published on the special issue "The geology of the periadriatic basin and the Adriatic sea" of the Marine and Petroleum Geology Journal.
M. Santantonio, D. Scrocca & L. Lipparini, (2013) “The Ombrina-Rospo Plateau (Apulia Platform, Italy): evolution of a Carbonate Platform and its Margins through the Jurassic and Cretaceous” - article published on the special issue "The geology of the periadriatic basin and the Adriatic sea" of the Marine and Petroleum Geology Journal.
S. Bigi, A. Conti, P. Casero, L. Ruggiero, R. Recanati & L. Lipparini, (2013) “3D reconstruction of geological structures: an example from the Periadriatic Basin (Apennines, Italy) “- article published on the special issue "The geology of the periadriatic basin and the Adriatic sea" of the Marine and Petroleum Geology Journal.
M. Brandano, L. Lipparini, V. Campagnoni & L. Tomassetti., (2012) “Downslope-migrating large dunes in the Chattian carbonate ramp of the Majella Mountains (Central Apennines, Italy)”- article published on Sedimentary Geology (Vols. 255-256, 15 May 2012).
Lipparini L., D. Scrocca, P. Marsili and S. Morandi (2009) "Offshore Malta licence in the Central Mediterranean Sea offers hope of hydrocarbon potential" - article published on first break volume 27, February 2009, in the Special topic session: " North Africa/Mediterranean".
Leonardi R., Lipparini L., Nicosia U., Ursini F. & Varazzi F. (1997) – “A peculiar type of Jurassic slope in the Polino area (TR, Central Italy)” – article published on Paleopelagos, 7: 145-168.





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