Here you will find a collection of recent PGS webinars on topics of current relevance. To access a webinar, click on the relevant page and fill out the request form.
Cretaceous discoveries point to petroleum system analogs between Uruguay's offshore basins and recent discoveries offshore Namibia. JV Lima presents plays and potential in this webinar, based on rejuvenated PGS MultiClient data. (PGS 2023)
Ronan M. Avila (ANP) presents reserve estimates for three Campos Basin presalt blocks. Juliana Santos (PGS) then uses advanced PGS 3D seismic data and interpreted lines to examine the petroleum system elements, with lead mapping and QI attributes to support exploration potential. (PGS 2023).
Juliana Santos shows PGS 3D seismic data for Permanent Offer presalt blocks Turmalina & Sagitário SW. Using interpreted lines, she identifies petroleum system elements and reviews play potentials referring to structural setting, analogs and recent drilling. (PGS 2022).
Nick Montevechhi (OilCo) showcases the application of PGS Ultima in the frontier exploration areas of the Orphan and Salar Basins, offshore Newfoundland and Labrador. The products from PGS Ultima show significant uplift over traditional velocity model building and imaging workflows. This increases confidence in the evaluation of the subsurface potential for frontier explorers. (PGS 2022).
Recent discoveries, proven petroleum systems, evolving play concepts and 10 years of broadband seismic acquisition offshore Newfoundland confirm the promising hydrocarbon potential of the Orphan Basin. JV Lima shows how leads and plays can be plotted and assessed on GeoStreamer data (PGS 2021).
Hermann Lebit presents hydrocarbon plays revealed by the first 3D project to completely image the deepwater slope-to-basin off Grand Banks, an area with a huge Tertiary fan system. Open acreage will be included in the south-eastern Newfoundland Call for Bids, closing in November 2021. (PGS 2021)
Cyrille Reiser shares new insights from QI and rock physics studies of recent data from Canada’s Orphan Basin. Prepare for Newfoundland 2020 licensing by analyzing amplitude anomalies observed in our Tablelands and new North Tablelands GeoStreamer data. (PGS 2020)