Webinar Hosts: Europe Regional Advisory Committee

A Path to a Career in Hydrogeophysics

17 April 20248:00 AM (CST) This webinar series is aimed to give career perspectives from a variety of geophysicists who have experience in hydrogeophysics, and in most cases, other areas of geophysics as well. The webinar series is intended for students, emerging professionals, and anyone interested in geophysics.  These webinars should be enjoyable for all levels of geophysical expertise and are supported by the SEG Europe Regional Advisory Committee (Europe RAC) and the SEG Near

Subsurface in the Energy Transition and Opportunities for Future Geoscientists

6 February 20248:00 AM (EST) Carlos Gil will be talking about the role of the subsurface in the energy transition and how geoscientists and subsurface professionals will be at the core of the transformation of the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), from an oil and gas province into a broad energy province. This will be illustrated through real case examples that Equinor has embarked on.

Net-Zero Emissions Workshop

Stay up-to-date on this workshop! Important Documents Important Dates Call for Abstracts closes:18 March 2024 Registration opens:18 March 2024 Early Bird Savings end:20 May 2024

Hydrogeophysics – Investigating Static/dynamic Variability

17 January 202410:00 AM (Central Time) In the Hydrogeophysics Group (HGG) at Aarhus University we have worked with geophysical methods in the hydro-domain for more than 30 years. Since the beginning of the 2000s we have had a strong focus on TEM methods beginning with the airborne SkyTEM system and later with ground-based systems, both stationary and towed (tTEM). In the last few years, a new generation of TEM instruments has been developed, allowing for

Hydrogeophysics – The Groundwater/surface Water Interface

20 December 202310:00 AM (Central Time) Groundwater (GW) and surface water (SW) interactions have important implications for water quantity, water quality, and ecological health. The GW-SW interface is crucial as it actively regulates the transfer of nutrients, contaminants, and water between GW systems and SW environments. This presentation will focus on several examples utilizing land and water-based TEM methods. These methods permit highly productive and detailed characterization of properties relevant to GW-SW exchanges. The first

Hydrogeophysics – Roaming and stationary methods

15 November 202310:00 AM (Central Time) In the hydrogeophysics Group (HGG) at Aarhus University we have worked with geophysical methods in the hydro-domain for more than 30 years. Since the beginning of the 2000s we have had a strong focus on TEM methods beginning with the airborne SkyTEM system and later with ground-based systems, both stationary and towed (tTEM). In this presentation I discuss several mobile and stationary TEM methods, with the goal of highlighting

Application of Distributing Acoustic Sensing in Geoscience and Beyond

20 November | 7:00 AM Central Time At the Center for Geophysical Forecasting (CGF) at NTNU we have focused on acquisition and analysis of DAS (distributed acoustic sensing) data for several years. I will discuss and show various examples of DAS-data and how such data can be utilized for geophysical analysis. On a fiber optic cable between Ny Ålesund and Longyearbyen at Svalbard in the Arctic, we have recorded a large number of whale calls

Innovating a new way of acquiring land seismic data for CCUS applications

6 December | 7:00 AM Central Time Uppsala University has pioneered a new way of acquiring reflection seismic data using a dual-element acquisition setup for geological storage of CO2 in Denmark. The setup comprises shortly spaced seismic landstreamer units, 2 m apart, which are digital sensors, and a nodal array setup connected to geophones with 10 m spacing providing longer offsets for deeper imaging purposes. This novel setup replicates what offshore seismic industry would employ

Innovations in Marine Seismic Sources: From Tradition to Transformation

11 December 2023 | 8:00 AM (Central Time) Join us for an insightful webinar that delves into the fascinating world of marine seismic sources, exploring both their historical roots and cutting-edge advancements. We will embark on a journey that begins with a brief historical overview of marine seismic sources, laying the foundation for a deep dive into the exciting recent developments in the field. Our expert speakers will guide you through the evolution of seismic

Monitoring reservoir fluid movement during the energy transition (for Geothermal, CCUS, Li explorations, EOR+)

16 October 2023 | 9:00 a.m. (Central Time) The Controlled-Source Electromagnetic (CSEM) method is a valuable tool for understanding reservoir fluids and their distribution. It is applicable in CO2 storage, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), geothermal exploration, and lithium exploration. CSEM can be customized for specific reservoir goals by selecting the right components of a multi-component system. To use CSEM effectively, it’s crucial to determine if the primary reservoir is resistive or conductive. This is straightforward