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New Geophysical Approaches
machine learning, transferring cloud geoscience data, mud gas analysis, dielectric resonance
London, 30 Apr 2019

 

Finding Petroleum in East Africa
Where are the biggest business opportunities and challenges now?
London, 25 Feb 2019

 

Expert-centric digital technology
how digital technology can be better designed specifically around the needs of its users
London, 24 Jan 2019

 

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Understanding offshore operations with digital technology
Better use of digital twins - business value- maintenance decisions - contextualising information
Stavanger, 27 Nov 2018

 

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Solving E&P problems with digitalisation
How can digitalisation better deliver what it promises - and where can it do more?
London, 19 Nov 2018

 

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Quantifying methane leaks and flares from gas wells and facilities
Establishing a clear picture of methane leaks and flares is a match for the geophysicist skillset
London, 13 Nov 2018

 

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Finding Oil in Central & South America
Developing the industry the right way in Mexico, Argentina, Brazil
London, 29 Oct 2018

 

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Improving profitability of organisations through digital technology
Where can digital technology specifically add value to organisations?
Kuala Lumpur, 09 Oct 2018

 

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Opportunities in the Eastern Mediterranean
How can the industry be developed across Lebanon, Malta, Egypt, Greece, Israel
London, 20 Sep 2018

 

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Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa
Building on the success of Kosmos, Tullow and more in West and East Africa
London, 25 Jun 2018

 


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New Geophysical Approaches
New survey technology and interpretation methods
London, 30 Apr 2019