This episode is sponsored by TGS
In this episode, host Andrew Geary previews the 2019 International Exposition and 89th Annual Meeting. Andrew speaks with the Technical Program Co-Chair on all the educational opportunities, the General Chair on what to expect on the Exhibition Floor, and SEG’s new Executive Director highlights what members and attendees can expect in San Antonio.
This year make your way to San Antonio and join geoscience professionals and students from all over the world to network, learn, and grow during one of the most dynamic geophysical events of the year. The Annual Meeting will feature 155 Technical Program sessions, the second year of the Business of Applied Geophysics Plenary Sessions and Juice a Winning Startup, Continuing Education courses, Post-convention Workshops, and more.
Andrew first speaks with the Technical Program Co-Chair Olga Nedorub. He then speaks with General Chair Glenn Winters, and the episode concludes with some brief remarks from SEG’s new Executive Director, John Koehr.
There are too many amazing events to feature in this episode. Please visit the Annual Meeting events page to review the full schedule and plan your week. See you in San Antonio!
- Register for San Antonio
- Learn more about the SEG Annual Meeting in The Leading Edge
- SEG Events app on the Play Store and the App Store
TGS is the global gateway to subsurface intelligence from seismic to well data. As a leading geoscience data provider to the energy industry TGS invests in onshore and offshore multi-client data projects in an array of basins worldwide – ranging from new-entry frontier markets to established, mature basins. TGS’ extensive data library portfolio services the entire upstream life cycle from exploration through the appraisal and development stage. Leveraging the breadth of this world-class library TGS enhances the exploration process through advanced analytics and analytics-ready data products.
Original music by Zach Bridges.
This episode was hosted, edited, and produced by Andrew Geary. Special thanks to Rhianna Collier and Jenny Cole at the SEG.