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Finding & Exploiting new petroleum resources in Europe

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

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Towed Streamer EM – Cost Effective Offshore Reserve Replacement in Europe
Joshua May
PGS


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Talk Description
Oil companies in Europe are taking stock of the last few years and aiming to cost effectively improve reserve replacement. Towed Streamer EM can assist in reducing unnecessary expenditure by improving understanding of the subsurface prior to significant investment decisions being made. This talk will explore applications from near field exploration and prospect de-risking to improving understanding of hydrocarbon saturation within a discovery in order to optimise drill placement decisions for appraisal and production wells. Operational case studies and data examples will draw on acquisition and data integration experience in the UK and Norway

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