CASP is a not-for-profit charitable trust carrying out field, literature and analysis-based geological research in prospective hydrocarbon basins. Funding comes entirely from subscriptions by the oil and gas industry. Subscribers to CASP projects receive regular confidential reports and updates. The results of our research are published in internationally renowned peer-reviewed scientific journals after a suitable delay.
"Not all geological issues can be addressed by regional and remote surveys, especially in frontier provinces. This is where CASP can help by carrying out focused & cost-effective field-based research, providing insights into key elements of petroleum systems."
Vacancy: Clastic Field Sedimentologist
We are seeking to recruit a motivated field geologist with a siliciclastic sedimentological background. Experience of deep-water siliciclastic systems deposited in compressional settings would be advantageous.
Latest Reports(View all)
- New insight into the tectonic evolution of the north-eastern Canadian Arctic: Field data, stratigraphic sections and GIS database from the Tanquary High (04/2016)
- Triassic to Early Jurassic climatic trends recorded in the Jameson Land Basin, East Greenland: clay mineralogy, petrography and heavy mineralogy (03/2016)
- New perspectives on the exhumed hydrocarbon traps of the Mols Bjerge and Laplace Bjerg (03/2016)
Latest Publications(View all)
- 3D geometric reconstruction of Upper Cretaceous passive diapirs and salt withdrawal basins in the Cotiella Basin (southern Pyrenees)
- Triassic to Early Jurassic climatic trends recorded in the Jameson Land Basin, East Greenland: clay mineralogy, petrography and heavy mineralogy
- New species of cirripedes (Calanticidae and Archaeobalanidae) from the Late Burdigalian (Miocene) of the North Alpine Foreland Basin