NPF Biennial Geophysical Seminar
PGS will be presenting the latest research and ideas on innovative source technologies, broadband 4D monitoring and sophisticated imaging of complex geology at the Norwegian Petroleum Society Biennial Geophysical Seminar.
PGS data and ideas form the foundation of several technical papers at the NPF conference:
4D Reservoir Monitoring on the Bøyla Field using Full Broadband Acquisition and Processing Solutions
- Julien Oukili, Geophysical Support Manager, PGS
Exploration Across Critical Angle
- Espen H Nilsen, Senior Geophysicist, Lundin (in collaboration with PGS)
Marine Seismic Source Directions in a World Increasingly Driven by Lower Cost, Lower Environmental Impact, and Higher Data Value
- Andrew Long, Chief Scientist & Technology Analyst, PGS
Solving Imaging Challenges in a Deep-water, Complex Ooze Regime - A Case Study from the Outer Vøring Area
- Sören Naumann, Staff Geophysicist, PGS
If you would like to meet our acquisition and imaging experts at this event, please get in touch.
Location: Oslo, Norway
Venue: Quality Hotel Expo
Snarøyveien 20, NO-1324 Lysaker, Norway
Attend this conference: Register here
About the conference
The Norwegian Petroleum Society is a three-day geophysical seminar, this time at Fornebu, just outside Oslo center. The biennial seminar has become popular and recognized throughout the petroleum industry. The themes of these seminars highlight recent achievements, changes and new developments in geophysical techniques relevant to the petroleum industry.