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South East Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX)

SEAPEX, or the South East Asia Petroleum Exploration Society is a non-profit organization that was established in 1973. A voluntary organization SEAPEX has developed itself to have over 1,600 active members worldwide.

http://www.seapex.org

Chris Atkinson - London chapter co-ordinator

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Doing more with subsurface data
Improving production through better understanding of the subsurface
25 Oct 2012

Getting data tools implemented faster
How do we get data tools implemented and properly used faster - so people get the benefits?
25 Oct 2012

Doing more with drilling data
Drilling better into pay - and avoiding costly mistakes
24 Oct 2012

South East Asia exploration - where are the big fields hiding?
Are the big SE Asia fields in deepwater (eg Pearl River Mouth) - or remote areas like West Papua?
21 Feb 2012

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