PGS @ EAGE 2022 | Talks

PGS will hold 14 presentations and two workshops at this year's EAGE. The talks cover acquisition, 4D, broadband FWI, signal processing, CO2 storage, and much more.

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We invite you to ask us your questions online or come visit us at on booth 1220.

Each day at 12:45, PGS customers are invited to a Lunch & Learn session

Sunday 5 June 2022

11:25 - 11:50  Cyrille Reiser

Geosciences in a new energy business landscape: still a matter for Geoscientists, or just a challenge for data and machines? - Data mining for prediction of petrophysical properties from well logs

Tuesday 7 June 2022

10:30 - 10:50 - Stian Hegna 

Marine seismic acquisition: The acoustic wavefield generated by a vessel sailing on top of a streamer spread.

11:30 - 11:50 - Martin Widmaier, Carine Roalkvam, Okwudili Orji, and Ashish Misra

Marine seismic acquisition: Combining wide-tow multi-sources with a non-uniform streamer configuration: A case study from the Sarawak Basin 

11:50 - 12:10 - Antonio Castiello, Gareth Venfield, Jens Beenfeldt, Eric Mueller, and Jamshade Khan

FWI and velocity model case studies: Integrating FWI and reflection tomography to rejuvenate legacy seismic data: an example from the Faroes-Shetland Basin

Wednesday 8 June 2022 

10:10 - 10:30 - Øystein Korsmo, Yang Yang, Nizar Chemingui, Andrey Pankov, and Antonio Castello

Joint reflection, velocity estimation, and multi-parameter FWI: Imaging by seismic inversion based on the adjoint state method.

11:10 - 11:30 - Marcus Bell, Jyoti Kumar, Tamer Darwish, Mai Ahmed, Mahmoud Ahmed, and Moataz Mohamed

FWI and velocity model case studies: Imaging pre-Messinian targets in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea - A case study using FWI.

11:10 - 11:30 - Bagher Fermani, Yash Pal, Morten W. Pedersen, and Edwin Hodges 

Signal, noise and separating wavefields: Stepping towards automated multisensor noise attenuation guided by deep learning.

11:50 - 12:10 -  Mohammed Ouhmane Faouzi Zizi, PGS / University of Oslo (UiO), Pierre Turquais, Anthony Day, and Morten W. Pedersen

Signal, noise and separating wavefields: Simultaneous dual-sensor wavefield separation and seismic data compression using parabolic dictionary learning.

15:35 - 15:55 - Ramzi Djebbi, Maiza Bekara, Nizar Chemingui, Jaime Ramos-Martinez, and Amir Asnaashari

Broadband FWI - towards low and high frequencies: Full Waveform Inversion with low frequency reconstructed data.

16:15 - 16:35 - Per Avseth, Cyrille Reiser, Ivan Lehocki, Tore Hansen, Kristian Angard, Dig Science; and Laurent Feuilleaubois, Mitigrate (formerly PGS) 

Rock physics modeling and applications: Combined burial and rock physics modeling to explore complex velocity and AVO depth trends offshore Canada.

Thursday 9 June 2022

10:30 - 10:50 - , Maiza Bekara, Ramzi Djebbi and Nizar Chemingui

Signal processing: A new look at autoregressive low-frequency reconstruction of seismic data.

10:30 - 10:50 - Cyrille Reiser, Noemie Pernin and Eric Mueller

CO2 and waste storage subsurface characterization: Integrated workflow for characterization of CO2 subsurface storage sites.

11:30 - 12:00 - Cerys James 

Panel discussion - Digitalization's impact on the energy transition. 

15:15 - 15:35  - Roberto Ruiz and Cyrille Reiser

Mature paleocene south Viking Graben play derisked with multi-azimuth seismic data, a Norwegian case study

16:15 - 16:35 - Didier Lecerf, Mathieu Lange, Andrew Oates, and Jyoti Kumar

Time-lapse seismic: Water column corrections, joint water velocity inversion for 4D marine surveys.

17:15 - 17:35 - Cyrille Reiser and Roberto Ruiz 

Case studies in quantitative interpretation: Data-driven reservoir properties estimation using MAZ towed multisensor streamer seismic: A Norwegian case study

Friday 10 June 

15:20 - 15:40 Workshop W12 - Martin Widmaier, Carine Roalkvam, Rune Tønnessen, and Julien Oukili

Survey design for new technology and new applications: Recent advances with wide-tow multi-sources in marine seismic acquisition and imaging.