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Solving E&P problems with digitisation
Cloud data management, data engineering, machine learning & analytics
London, 20 Nov 2017
£50  

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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
£100  

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Solving E&P problems with Machine Learning & Analytics
...the key to getting along at $60/bbl!!
London, 21 Nov 2016
£50 + VAT  

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Transforming Offshore Operations with Digital Technology
update on how oil and gas companies are getting value from developments in digital technology
Stavanger, 01 Dec 2016
Free for a limited time  

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New Geophysical Approaches
Analytics, full waveform inversion, electromagnetics, multiple sources, thermal imaging
London, 09 Mar 2017
£60  

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New Geophysical Technologies
Developments in seismic recording, gravity, electromagnetics
London, 24 Feb 2016
£50  

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Transforming Subsurface Science!
Competitive advantage lies in applying new technologies not re-doing old ones!
London, 18 Apr 2016
£50  

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Subsurface computing and competitive advantage
Organised jointly with British Computer Society - what kind of subsurface computing system is best?
Aberdeen, 04 May 2016
Free for a limited period  

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Transforming Offshore Operations with Data
Business opportunities from increasing production or reducing costs of operation
Stavanger, 03 Dec 2015
Free  



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Understanding fractured reservoirs and rocks

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The fact that fractures are common in the subsurface have been known for at least the last century but the practice of treating reservoirs as fractured rock masses has been extremely slow in becoming a standard industry practice, despite that fact that fields with such reservoirs are known from SE Asia, the carbonates of the Middle East and much more recently, the basement West of the Shetlands.