The Biennial Geophysical Seminar
Integrated geoscience is the theme and our experienced, dedicated geoscientists will show how PGS applies industry-leading technology to exceed clients' imaging expectations. Meet us at the seminar to learn more!
Integrated technology allows PGS to focus on data quality from acquisition through to final subsurface images. We take a seamless approach, applying innovative imaging solutions to achieve all of your geophysical objectives, from large-scale exploration understanding to reservoir-focused imaging challenges.
Our vision is to provide the ultimate in optimized, interpretable datasets. Join our presentations.
|High resolution imaging by wave equation reflectivity inversion||Sverre Brandsberg- Dahl
Chief Geophysicist Imaging & Engineering
|14 Mar 2016||15:30||30 min|
|Key note III: new acquisition methods||Martin Widmaier
Chief Geophysicist MultiClient
|15 Mar 2016||09:00||30 min|
|Efficient frontier exploration using Towed Streamer EM and broadband dual sensor seismic data||Allan McKay
Processing & Interpretation
|15 Mar 2016||11:30||30 min|
|Separated Wavefield Imaging – application to ocean bottom seismic||Sverre Brandsberg- Dahl
Imaging & Engineering
|15 Mar 2016||16:30||30 min|
|Complete Wavefield Imaging for lithology and fluid prediction in the Barents Sea||Grunde Rønholt
Imaging & Engineering
|16 Mar 2016||11:00||30 min|
Note: timing may change. For updates and additional details kindly refer to the conference program.
Meet our Geophysical Experts at the seminar or contact us if you have any questions.
Location: Kristiansand, Norway
Venue: Clarion Hotel Ernst
Registration: Sign up for the seminar
About the conference: The Norwegian Petroleum Society is once again organizing its traditional three day geophysical seminar in Kristiansand. 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.
Integrated Geoscience is the main theme of the 2016 seminar. The program highlights how development and application of various geophysical interpretation techniques can help to meet these challenges, specifically for the Norwegian Continental Shelf.