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New Geophysical Approaches
Technology deployment - business models - gravity data - broadband seismic - analytics
London, 24 Apr 2018

 

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Opportunities in Mature Provinces and Super Basins
How can we make a step change in improving investability of older fields?
London, 21 Feb 2018

 

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Understanding Fractured Reservoirs & Rocks
..in the Middle East, West of the Shetlands, the USA.
London, 23 Jan 2018

 

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Transforming Offshore Operations - Working with Digital Technology
Supporting decision making around asset integrity, safety, production, procurement
Stavanger, 29 Nov 2017

 

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Solving E&P problems with digitisation
Cloud data management, data engineering, machine learning & analytics
London, 20 Nov 2017

 

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Finding Oil in Central & South America
....needs to be on our radars!
London, 17 Oct 2017

 

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Non-seismic Geophysical Technologies and Non-Conventional Seismic
Update on where electromagnetics, in well fibre optic seismic, and more are adding value
London, 11 Oct 2017

 

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Finding Oil and Gas in Sub Saharan Africa
....in diversity, opportunity!
London, 19 Sep 2017

 

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Decommissioning - the D word
Exploring ways to make decommissioning easier to manage
London, 23 Jun 2017

 

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Transforming offshore operations - mature asset management and logistics
Exploring better ways to use digitech to manage mature assets better
Aberdeen, 20 Jun 2017

 


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London, 24 May 2019