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28 April, 19 May, and 9 June 2021
The aim of the workshop is to provide a comprehensive overview of the state of the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) landscape from regulatory to technical/geotechnical/monitoring over three four hours days with ample time for discussions and questions.
Understanding rock physics and the role it plays in reservoir characterization is essential. Attendees will benefit from this workshop in understanding not only the science of rock physics but also the multi-scale integration of these measurements to achieve significantly improved reservoir characterization and building static models.
The objective of this workshop is to bring together the three main stakeholder groups – oil and gas companies, seismic service providers, and cloud service providers – to understand the expectations from all stakeholders, look at present offerings, identify and discuss the challenges ahead, and create a framework to devise future solutions.
NAPE is the oil and gas industry’s marketplace for the buying, selling ,and trading of prospects and producing properties. NAPE brings together all industry disciplines. This year, NAPE Summit virtual will be 9 August - 3 September.
NAPE is the oil and gas industry’s marketplace for the buying, selling ,and trading of prospects and producing properties. NAPE brings together all industry disciplines. This year, NAPE Summit will be on 18 - 20 August 2021, Houston, Texas for the in person portion.
21 September, 5 October 19 October, 2 November 2021
The aim of this workshop is to bring researchers and practitioners from academia and industry together to discuss the method of full-waveform inversion as it pertains to near-surface imaging and different geophysical methods, mainly GPR and seismic. Over the course of four meetings on 21 September, 5 October, 19 October and 2 November, the theoretical, as well as numerical aspects, of the FWI problem will be presented and discussed. Discussion about the state-of-the-art in all aspects of FWI will be covered, and successful use cases will be showcased, as well as discussions about limitations and current obstacles to getting FWI to work in the near surface.
The main goals of this workshop are to leverage the latest algorithms and to improve the traditional ones on rapidly evolving compute technologies. The workshop will enable all participants to get acquainted with the very latest advances in HPC architectures and how these may be applied in geoscience applications used in the oil and gas industry.
For 26 years, the GEO exhibition and conference has been at the forefront of petroleum geoscience. GEO has fast become a next generation energy event, hosting major NOCs, IOCs, manufacturers, technology providers and service companies – all of whom play an active role in the global energy value chain.
The workshop features formal presentations by experts sharing their experiences and lessons learned from geophysics and directly related geoscience applied to geothermal resource exploration, development, and production monitoring. The workshop provides a forum to discuss current best practice – in data acquisition, processing, and integrated modeling technologies – and to highlight future requirements for both conventional high enthalpy projects and the increasingly viable lower temperature ones.
Regional energy ministers, industry leaders, and governmental representatives will have an opportunity to discuss and share their views on timely industry topics and trends, exchange expertise and experience, present state-of-the-art technology and innovation, and to stimulate further research of technical and business activities.
The biennial Offshore Technology Conference Asia (OTC Asia) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.
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