2-4 December 2020
While it is challenging to translate all aspects of the physical workshop within a virtual environment, we are committed to providing our attendees a unique platform with an immersive event experience to maintain the same depth in knowledge-sharing, engagement and networking, in order to guarantee an identical online experience. Like the physical workshop, the virtual workshop will follow the technical program components such as opening & keynote speech, presentations from industry experts, and moderated discussions. The platform offers an optimized and powerful webpage experience – anywhere, and from any device:
- Stage: host all the presentations and discussions
- Floor: overall floor plan where you can see the workshop schedule, sponsors and arrange a meeting
- Lounge: attendees can grab a table and continue the discussions with 4 attendees on a table
- VIP Lounge: One-on-one meetings
- Live chat features for public discussion and Q&A
- Links to recorded presentations via SEG on-demand after the workshop
One of the principal challenges in venturing into frontier exploration and production is to understand which acquisition, model building, seismic imaging, and interpretation strategies can help to solve the imaging complexities existing in these regions. This would get more complicated with the presence of geologically complex overburden interval, such as gas clouds, lithologically-varied shallow channels and salt diapirism , just to name a few.
Working in areas of complex overburdens is not new to seismic exploration. However, in this age of hyper-connectivity and learning by example, we are in a position to appreciate that transverse solutions could exist beyond individual silos.
This workshop endeavours to bring together the knowledge and experience gained in different areas of geoscience to explore solutions for seismic imaging challenges arising from the overburden interval. We will also aim to understand how advances in related domains like survey design, multi-physics, QI, petrophysics, imaging while drilling, VSP, converted wave imaging, machine learning, etc. can also help or support high-end seismic imaging and interpretation in this area.
Committee Chair: Azli Abu Bakar, PETRONAS
Committee Co-Chair: Shivaji Maitra, CGG
- Abdul Halim Abdul Latiff, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
- Ahmad Riza Ghazali, PETRONAS
- Alexander Mueller, Shell
- Brendon Negenman, Halliburton
- Ganglin Chen, ExxonMobil
- Jyoti Kumar, PGS
- Shogo Masaya, INPEX
- Suyang Chen, Schlumberger
- Yann Montico, TOTAL
SEG Asia Pacific
Email: [email protected]
Early Registration Fee (3 x 1/2 day Workshop) (begins 20 September 2020)
US$420 (member) | US$480 (non-member) | US$75 (student)
Full Registration Fee (3 x 1/2 day Workshop) (begins 3 November 2020)
US$480 (member) | US$520 (non-member) | US$100 (student)
5 Pax - Early Bird Registration Fee - (3 x 1/2 day Workshop) (begins 20 September 2020)
US$380 (member/non member)
5 Pax - Full Bird Registration Fee - (3 x 1/2 day Workshop) (begins 3 November 2020)
US$420 (member/non member)
For Group and Student Registrations, please contact [email protected]
Written notice received by 3 November 2020 entitles registrants to a full refund of the registration fee minus US$50 for processing. No refunds will be issued after 3 November 2020. Substitutions are permissible with written approval by the workshop organizers. Notify Suba Jaganathan at [email protected] immediately to request a substitution.
Wednesday, 2 December
Thursday, 3 December
Friday, 4 December
6am – 11.00am UK time
9am – 2.00pm UAE time
1pm – 6.00pm Kuala Lumpur time
Who should attend?
Geoscientists, researchers, and data scientists who are interested in finding solutions to complex overburden imaging and other disciplines from industry and academia
3 Days | Half-day Workshop. More details will be available soon.
As the oil and gas industry strives for efficiency and low cost of operations, drilling and well
placement require integrated workflows and interpretation of subsurface information such as geophysical, geological, and petrophysical data, and reservoir performance data, in order to optimise well placement. This joint workshop aims to address major topics in a collaborative environment encompassing subsurface and drilling activities.
This workshop endeavors to bring together the knowledge and experience gained in different areas of geoscience to explore solutions for seismic imaging challenges arising from the overburden interval. We will also aim to understand how advances in related domains like survey design, multi-physics, QI, petrophysics, imaging while drilling, VSP, converted wave imaging, machine learning, etc. can also help or support high-end seismic imaging and interpretation in this area.
- Salt Challenges/Solutions
- Complex Overburden – Case Studies
- Emerging Methods
- Land and Near Surface Solutions
- Multiphysics and Integration
To maximize exposure and visibility for our partners, we offer an array of unique sponsorship opportunities designed to suit a range of budgets with specific target audiences for optimum return on investment. Please contact us at [email protected] for additional information.