In May 2000 the Petroleum Group of the Geological Society of London and the Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain together held a three-day conference entitled ‘Petroleum Systems and Evolving Technologies in African Exploration and Production’. This conference included 33 oral presentations and 21 posters. Petroleum Geology of Africa: New Themes and Developing Technologies is the long-term tangible result of this symposium. It is, if you like, the insoluble residue of the conference, consisting of only 14 papers. Sadly this volume lacks an editorial introduction that might have explained the background to its publication and how the resultant 14 papers...

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