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Seismic Soundoff

Seismic Soundoff

In-depth conversations in applied geophysics.

 
     

10 Jun 2021

117: The next 20 years for geophysics and the industry


Dr. Ali Tura discusses his upcoming Distinguished Lecture, "Recent advances in seismic reservoir characterization and monitoring."

Ali provides an overview of the three advances he highlights in his lecture and shares a few that didn't make the list. In addition, he explains why carbon sequestration is the most important issue facing the industry and why geophysics is well-positioned to support sequestration for enhanced oil recovery. This conversation is a great peek into the next 20 years for geophysics and the industry.

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Biography

Ali Tura is a professor of Geophysics and Co-director of the Reservoir Characterization Project at Colorado School of Mines. His expertise is in the areas of petroleum systems, reservoir characterization and monitoring, seismic methods, CO2 and sequestration, fiber optics technology, and data analytics. He is also chief scientist at Tulip Geosciences, a geosciences consulting and training company. Before this, he was geophysical senior fellow at ConocoPhillips, geophysical advisor at Chevron, and 4D subject matter expert at Shell. He has been an SEG member and active in the industry for more than 37 years and served as SEG vice-president, Board of Directors of SEG-SEAM Inc., chairman of the SEG Research Committee, chairman of the editorial board of The Leading Edge, and chairman of the SEG Global Affairs Committee.

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This episode is sponsored by CGG


This episode is sponsored by CGG.

Comprehensive subsurface knowledge goes a long way, bringing new insight to a variety of applications—from reservoir characterization to carbon sequestration and more.

For more than 90 years, CGG has been advancing geoscience to solve complex challenges across multiple industries.

By pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, we help our clients discover a brighter future...and see things differently.

 

 

Credits

Original music by Zach Bridges. 


This episode was hosted, edited, and produced by Andrew Geary at 51 features, LLC. Thank you to the SEG podcast team: Ted Bakamjian, Dylan Fehrle, Ally McGinnis, and Mick Swiney.
 
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