The Biennial Geophysical Seminar 2020

Hosted by the Norweigan Petroleum Society, The Biennial Geophysical Seminar 2020 will focus on the three major challenges the oil and gas industry faces, which are optimizing the performance of its base assets, maintaining cost efficiency, and improving its environmental footprint. PGS will contribute several presentations throughout the two-day seminar on high-end imaging, machine learning, and more environmentally friendly pioneering seismic sources.

PGS Presents Latest Acquisition and Imaging Technologies

Tuesday 10 March

11:00 | Øystein Korsmo, PGS, presents: Least-squares migration – the new standard for high-end imaging

Authors: Ø. Korsmo, S. Arasanipalai, J.Oukili, G.Rønholt, and C. Hintz, PGS

Wednesday 11 March

08:30 | Tony Martin, PGS, presents a keynote talk: Emerging technologies and machine learning

Tony Martin will demonstrate the emergence of machine learning and automation in our industry. Using case studies he will highlight what it is, and how it may offer new opportunities for future business models.

11:30 | Stian Hegna, PGS, presents: Reducing sound levels emitted from marine seismic sources

Stian Hegna will discuss how to reduce emitted sound pressure levels from marine seismic sources without compromising on data quality. 

Find Out More

For more information on PGS data and services, current and future acquisition on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, contact: marketing@pgs.com

To register for the seminar, sign up here 

See also our case studies on

  • The Barents Sea - derisking injectites and revealing near field potential in the Viking Graben
  • The Viking Graben - our novel innovative acquisition configuration and advanced imaging technologies to address the challenges of the Barents Sea

 

Event Summary

Event: The Biennial Geophysical Seminar 2020

Date: 09-11 March 2020

Location: Quality Hotel Expo, Snarøyveien 20, NO-1324 Lysaker, Norway