Advances in Geophysical Solutions for Complex Geological Settings

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3–4 July 2024
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Workshop Overview

Complex geological settings for oil and gas exploration, and development and production on land, marine, or transition zone environments may vary in terms of their tectonic regime and lithologies that define the play type. These complex geological settings can be associated with carbonate build up, salt tectonic, igneous intrusion (volcanic sill/dyke), complex structural conditions such as thrust fault, highly faulted clastic settings, fractured basement, shallow gas layer, or a combination of the above.

Complex geological settings affect the way seismic waves propagate due to their interaction with the lithology and sub-surface physical properties, and how they are recorded at the surface or in simple terms, ‘illuminate’ the sub-surface, eventually affecting the signal processing and imaging.

Challenges in terms of complex waves propagation (multi-pathing and multi-arrival), absorption and illumination are inevitable, hence geophysical solutions are required to tackle the challenges in terms of seismic and non-seismic data acquisition, processing, imaging, and inversion.

Organizing Committee

  • Committee Co-Chair: M Shah Sulaiman, PETRONAS
  • Committee Co-Chair: Shivaji Maitra, SLB

Committee Members

  • Aria Abubakar, SLB
  • Aiman Amdan, DUG
  • Ahmad Kamal Azmi, Shearwater
  • Anurag Pandey, ExxonMobil
  • Araya Chansane, PTTEP
  • Chris Walker, BGP
  • Carine Roalkvan, PGS
  • Fabio Mancini, Blue Ocean Seismic
  • James Wallace
  • Jan Rindschwenter, MatahioEnergy
  • Jeromy DePledge, Woodside
  • Lau Eng Chuan, PETRONAS
  • Nurul NadzirahA Rahman, PETRONAS
  • Shahir Adnan, ConocoPhillips
  • Shu’aib Kamaludin, Brunei Shell
  • Syahzelen Ghani, Hess
    Subodh Notiyal, TGS
  • Suyang Chen, SLB
  • Teng Keat Huat, CGG
  • WenYiHam, Sarawak Shell
  • Yi He, Aramco Asia
  • Zita Zain, RocOil

Contact

Roshna Fathima
SEG Asia Pacific
Mobile +91 9606897931
Email: [email protected]

Call for Abstracts

Workshop Topics

The committee will be inviting technical submissions for oral and poster presentations of case studies on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Acquisition, survey design and modelling 
  • 4D (time lapse) applications 
  • Processing – PP and PS signal processing including denoise, deghosting, demultiple (surface related or interbed), statics, interpolation, etc 
  • Velocity model building and Imaging – acoustic, visco-acoustic, elastic, visco-elastic solutions, full waveform inversion, full waveform imaging, least squares migration, etc 
  • AI/ML, other workflow/technology to reduce turnaround time in handling complex processing/velocity model building/imaging 
  • AVO compliance, qualitative and quantitative interpretation, inversion and reservoir characterization 
  • Multi physics applications 
  • Borehole seismic – DAS 

Our abstracts submission deadline is on 18 March 2024. For submissions, please email to [email protected] or [email protected]

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Who Should Attend

  • Exploration, development, and production geoscientists 
  • Geophysical acquisition, processing, imaging, and inversion practitioners 
  • Academia and University Consortia 
  • New energy geoscientists – for CCS, geothermal, mining and other applications 
  • Geophysical equipment manufacturers – seismic, son-seismic, and borehole 

Sponsorship Opportunities

To maximize exposure and visibility for our partners, we offer an array of unique sponsorship opportunities designed to suit a range of budgets with target specific audiences for optimum return on investment. To become a sponsor, contact [email protected] or [email protected] for additional information.

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Important Dates

Call for Abstracts closes:
18 March 2024

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