The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) has joined forces with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and i2k Connect to provide a robust research portal, search.seg.org, that allows you to explore and discover all that SEG and SPE have to offer in a single, unified platform. No longer will you need to individually search through different sources— SEG Library, SEG Wiki, OnePetro, PetroWiki, JPT, SPE journals, Energy Stream, and both SEG and SPE websites. Instead, you can save time and effort by using our integrated research portal.
This innovative system harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to provide comprehensive filtering capability allowing you to quickly locate the precise information you are searching for, tailored to your unique work interest and research requirements. Geophysical terms from seminal SEG reference publications have been curated and are recognized by the search algorithm.
Graphic filtering allows you to sort search results by geophysical technology (such as seismic, magnetics, gravity), SPE discipline, geographic location, geologic time, formation, industry, timeframe, concept, source, author, and more. You can understand the content using a geophysics, geology, or petroleum engineering lens or even a combination of those perspectives. Easily find networks of authors and institutions for collaboration in your subject of interest. Plot, analyze, and filter your search results.
This cutting-edge AI system combines domain-specific expert knowledge with ML algorithms to provide links to precise, accurate, and consistent information from a wide range of valuable SEG and SPE resources. Through this collaboration, geoscientists and engineers will now have convenient access to a wealth of searchable materials spanning various disciplines and industries, including geophysics, geology, petroleum engineering, CCUS, geothermal, water management, and more.