New Geophysical Technologies

Developments in seismic recording, gravity, electromagnetics 0

Wednesday, February 24, 2016, London, The Geological Society



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Where are we making real advances in geophysical technology?

There seem to us to be three main areas:

Data acquisition: High power ultramanouverable Vibroseis - broadband sources and recording - seabed node recording - super sensitive recording devices - wireless recording - permanent seismic recording with fibre optics on the seabed and in wells - just some of the new geophysical technologies.

Data Mining: using Analytics to pull insights from data bases that are too large for humans to analyse.


Modelling & Inversion: we are seeing real advances in the integration of conventional (3D) seismic data with other geophysical measurements such as gravity (FTG), electro-magnetics and multi-component seismic. In addition, it looks like there is real progress being made in the rule-driven inversion of seismic, perhaps even offering 'automated' inversion, maybe reducing the call for conventional interpretation?

There's a lot going on; how do you choose where to invest your time, energy and money?

Our Finding Petroleum forum in London in February 2016, "New Geophysical Technologies", presents the best of the new technology, and the latest thinking in how to use it.



Note: This event continues from our past 'New Geophysical Technologies' event held in

February 2015 - see the agenda - see the delegates list

Agenda

9:30

David Bamford - Director - Finding Petroleum

Welcome & Introduction: The Shape of (geophysical) Things to Come

Talk Description.
We subsurface folk need to "up our game". Not only has Exploration not delivered globally over the last 3 years or more but now we have to find low cost oil & gas resources. This latter point undoubtedly moves us towards the onshore, perhaps especially shale oil or gas. And promts a number of technical questions for we geoscientists:What contribution can 'Big Data'/Analytics make?

  1. How do we transform onshore seismic to be more like - and even as inexpensive as - regional offshore 3D?
  2. What other geophysical techniques can help - non-seismic as well as for example 3C seabed seismic?
  3. Given this potential diversity of such measurements - multi-measurements indeed - how do we integrate them?

I will present a novel tripartite approach to thinking through the 3 components of sub-surface geoscience which I define as 'Big Data'/Analytics: Rule-driven Interpetation: Inversion & Modelling.

David Bamford is well known around the oil & gas industry both as an explorer and a geophysicist. He holds a Physics degree from the University of Bristol and a Ph.D in Geological Sciences from the University of Birmingham.

Since 2004, he has been a non-executive director at Tullow Oil plc, being recruited for this position especially for his exploration knowledge. He serves on the Nominations and Remuneration Committees, and was chairman of the latter, and Senior Independent Director, for 3 years prior to his retire from the board at the end of April 2014.

He was on the board of Premier Oil from May 2014 to May 2016.

He retired from BP plc in 2003, his last four positions being Chief Geophysicist (1990-1995), Business Unit Leader (General Manager) for first West Africa and then Norway (1995-1999), and finally Head of Exploration until 2003.

He has served on the boards of Paras Ltd, a small exploration and IS/IT consulting company in which he held 22% equity, until its sale to RPS Energy in 2008 and Welltec a/s, a Danish well engineering company, as the nominee of the private equity investor Riverside.

From 2012 to 201 he was on the board of ASX-quoted Australia Oriental Energy as a non-executive director.

He was a founder of Richmond Energy Partners, a small oil & gas research house, and several media companies that focus on the oil & gas sector, and has served as an advisor to Alliance Bernstein, Opus Executive, the Parkmead Group plc, and Kimmeridge Energy LLP. Since retiring from BP, he has undertaken asset and company valuation projects for investment banks, hedge funds and small oil companies.

Finding Petroleum
Finding Petroleum was established to help the oil and gas industry network, and stay up to date on the latest technological developments. It does this via hosting regular events and with an online social network of nearly 10,000 members.

9:50

Serje Heyer - Director - Feather Tech

Remote Sensing: geophysical planning from space


Feather Tech
Feather Tech is a company that aims to reduce the cost of onshore exploration, while providing high resolution seismic data for onshore drilling. Our operation brings novel optimization and state-of-the-art robotic technologies to the exploration process. The modularity and flexibility resulting from these technologies create a revolutionary opportunity for the field of oil and gas exploration.
10:20

Andy Bull - VP, Emerging Technology - INOVA Geophysical

Emerging trends in onshore acquisition

Talk Description.
A perspective on today’s seismic acquisition market from a leading onshore equipment supplier looking at emerging technology trends, operational challenges and geophysical improvements, with a focus on broadband vibroseis and cableless acquisition systems
INOVA Geophysical
INOVA was formed in March 2010 when BGP and ION Geophysical each contributed land seismic equipment assets to a new and independent joint venture company. INOVA's strengths lie in their ability to develop and support rugged and reliable seismic acquisition equipment that enable geophysical service providers to efficiently design and execute complex seismic acquisition programs on behalf of their E&P customers around the world.

INOVA's offerings encompass three major product lines:

- Land acquisition systems including G3i HD (cable) and Hawk (cableless)
- Land source products including the AHV-IV 364 and 380 series, the Univib small vibe and their new Vib Pro HD source controller
- Digital sensors, including the VectorSeis 3C receiver and the AccuSeis 1C receiver

INOVA's management team perseveres to create a unique 'best of both' culture that draws upon the distinctive attributes of its parent owners' skill sets and operating philosophies. INOVA's technical professionals reflect ION's rich tradition of innovation in land seismic product development, ARAM's philosophy of 'no excuses' customer service, and the practical operating insights BGP has acquired as the world's largest land seismic contractor. This unique blend of insights and capabilities ensure that INOVA's products remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, guided by the practical reality of what contractors require to reliably execute complex seismic programs in the most difficult operating environments.

INOVA is committed to offer 'Best in Class' customer satisfaction. Through a global network of training, repair, and customer support centers, INOVA field service engineers are located in key petroleum centers close to their customers. These field support teams are available twenty four hours/seven days a week/three hundred sixty days a year and willing to go anywhere, anytime to ensure that INOVA's customers are able to complete their acquisition programs safely, on-time, and within budget. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with their customers, INOVA's field support teams are united by a common call to action: Together, We Get the Job Done.
10:55 Coffee & Tea; Exhibits

11:15

Joshua May - Sales and Marketing Manager - PGS

Towed Streamer Electromagnetics – Beyond Resistivity

Talk Description.
PGS’ Towed Streamer EM technology enables the simultaneous acquisition of high density marine Controlled Source Electromagnetic (CSEM) and 2D dual-sensor GeoStreamer data.

Acquiring two complimentary geophysical datasets from a single vessel is not only highly cost effective, but also saves time in the context of increasingly brief exploration licenses. This acquisition efficiency has resulted in a step change in the marine CSEM market; significantly more densely sampled EM data can now be acquired in a dramatically reduced timeframe. It is this density of data which enables the detailed integration of the seismic and EM; resulting in higher resolution resistivity data and enabling truly innovative workflows to be refined.

Towed Streamer EM data, when interpreted and integrated with seismic offers oil companies the ability to significantly de-risk frontier acreage, characterise specific prospects, extend asset life through effective near field exploration and even estimate levels of gas saturation.

After four years working offshore for PGS Joshua joined a high tech start up to manage a project undertaking the design and manufacture of AUVs specified to deliver 4C sensors autonomously to the seafloor for use in hydrocarbon exploration. Returning to PGS after two years, Joshua spend three years in the Marine Contract Africa business unit before taking on his current position as Sales and Marketing Manager for PGS’ Towed Streamer Electromagnetic technology in 2014. Joshua holds a BSc in Marine Geography from Cardiff University

PGS
PGS is a leading, international, marine geophysical company. Our business is technology driven and we provide a range of products and services including MultiClient data, as well as tailored acquisition, and imaging.

Our large, modern data library comprises ~850 000 sq. km 3D and ~670 000 km of 2D seismic data that targets areas of high prospectivity, where oil companies have potential to access acreage. Around 44% of the 3D data in our library and 60% of the 2D data have been acquired with multisensor GeoStreamer® technology. That proportion is growing.

PGS is the industry's most experienced provider of multisensor broadband data.

Worldwide, PGS operates three larger sales and imaging hubs in Europe and North America, and has local offices in 13 countries. The PGS headquarters is in Oslo, Norway and the PGS share is listed on the Oslo stock exchange (OSE: PGS).

PGS activities are organized into three business areas.
.Sales & Imaging promotes and sells seismic services including tailored acquisition contracts, MultiClient library data, and imaging services .New Ventures designs and markets new MultiClient campaigns and manages strategic projects .Operations & Technology plans, manages and executes all our acquisition projects, and develops new technology solutions
11:50

Dr Duncan Irving - Practice Partner, oil and gas - Teradata

Data Science versus Geoscience in E&P: "And", not "Or".

Talk Description.


Duncan Irving is the Oil & Gas Consulting Team Lead, EMEA & APAC with Teradata. Duncan joined Teradata from the University of Manchester where he instructed in geophysical interpretation and geocomputational methods for the last seven years. He was involved in consulting and research projects involving user interactions with massive subsurface datasets and more general upstream data management, and he continues to maintain research links as an honorary lecturer. One long term project was with Teradata and he drove the development of Teradata's capabilities in the Upstream Oil and Gas area. This time provided him with a deep understanding of the capabilities of Teradata and how they can best be used in the petroleum industry.
He is a geophysicist and also has a PhD in glacial geophysics and geotechnical engineering (why frozen ground moves faster during climate warming and how this affects infrastructure). Duncan lives in the hills outside Manchester with his wife and three children. He is a mountaineer, fell runner and is a card-carrying member of the CAMpaign for Real Ale.

Teradata
Teradata is the world's largest company solely focused on creating enterprise agility through database software, enterprise data warehousing, and analytics. It's our passion and it's all we do. For the Oil & Gas Industry it must be "now", it must be safe, and it has to scale. Whether it is upstream reservoir data analytics, production and refining real-time data analysis, operations management, or back-office ERP provisioning Teradata has the technology platform, scalability, people and approach that will allow you to do more with your data - today.
12:25

James Dodson - business development director - NEOS

NEOS and Multi-Physics Interpretation

Talk Description.
NEOS takes a phased approach to multi-physics interpretation and integration, relying heavily on, airborne non-seismic measurements, seismic data and predictive analytics to identify resources in the subsurface. Three recently completed case examples - high grading acreage in Neuquén, Argentina, mapping regional prospectivity in Lebanon and identifying G&G measurements and attributes that correspond to the best producing wells in the Denver-Julesburg (D-J) Basin, Colorado - demonstrate the benefit of NEOS’ multi-measurement methodologies for E&P companies and governments.
Prior to joining NEOS, James was an Interpretation Geophysicist at ARKeX Ltd, a geophysical service company. In this role, he was involved in the integration of potential field data with seismic and well data. Previously, James was a Sales Geoscientist at ARKeX where he was accountable for securing multi-client and proprietary programs. Before ARKeX, James worked at Fugro Seismic Imaging where he processed 3D seismic data. James holds a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Geology and a Master of Science in Petroleum Geoscience from the University of Manchester

NEOS
NEOS helps exploration teams in the natural resources industries make faster, more informed decisions about where to explore, lease and drill. In partnership with its clients, NEOS acquires and simultaneously interprets multiple geological, geophysical, and geochemical datasets to identify water, minerals and hydrocarbons in the subsurface.
13:00 Raffle Prize draw, followed by Lunch and refreshments & Exhibits

Sponsors of this event

PGS
PGS is a leading, international, marine geophysical company. Our business is technology driven and we provide a range of products and services including MultiClient data, as well as tailored acquisition, and imaging.

Our large, modern data library comprises ~850 000 sq. km 3D and ~670 000 km of 2D seismic data that targets areas of high prospectivity, where oil companies have potential to access acreage. Around 44% of the 3D data in our library and 60% of the 2D data have been acquired with multisensor GeoStreamer® technology. That proportion is growing.

PGS is the industry's most experienced provider of multisensor broadband data.

Worldwide, PGS operates three larger sales and imaging hubs in Europe and North America, and has local offices in 13 countries. The PGS headquarters is in Oslo, Norway and the PGS share is listed on the Oslo stock exchange (OSE: PGS).

PGS activities are organized into three business areas.
.Sales & Imaging promotes and sells seismic services including tailored acquisition contracts, MultiClient library data, and imaging services .New Ventures designs and markets new MultiClient campaigns and manages strategic projects .Operations & Technology plans, manages and executes all our acquisition projects, and develops new technology solutions

NEOS
NEOS helps exploration teams in the natural resources industries make faster, more informed decisions about where to explore, lease and drill. In partnership with its clients, NEOS acquires and simultaneously interprets multiple geological, geophysical, and geochemical datasets to identify water, minerals and hydrocarbons in the subsurface.

PGS
PGS is a leading, international, marine geophysical company. Our business is technology driven and we provide a range of products and services including MultiClient data, as well as tailored acquisition, and imaging.

Our large, modern data library comprises ~850 000 sq. km 3D and ~670 000 km of 2D seismic data that targets areas of high prospectivity, where oil companies have potential to access acreage. Around 44% of the 3D data in our library and 60% of the 2D data have been acquired with multisensor GeoStreamer® technology. That proportion is growing.

PGS is the industry's most experienced provider of multisensor broadband data.

Worldwide, PGS operates three larger sales and imaging hubs in Europe and North America, and has local offices in 13 countries. The PGS headquarters is in Oslo, Norway and the PGS share is listed on the Oslo stock exchange (OSE: PGS).

PGS activities are organized into three business areas.
.Sales & Imaging promotes and sells seismic services including tailored acquisition contracts, MultiClient library data, and imaging services .New Ventures designs and markets new MultiClient campaigns and manages strategic projects .Operations & Technology plans, manages and executes all our acquisition projects, and develops new technology solutions

McKenzie Art
Alexandra McKenzie is resident artist for Finding Petroleum and Digital Energy Journal and specialises in oil and gas, shipping and heavy engineering art.

You can see her work on the websites and programs for Finding Petroleum events and on the cover of Digital Energy Journal.

Limited edition artwork is available on sale at the Finding Petroleum event - including the artwork used on the current edition of Digital Energy Journal, available as a hand coloured lino print.

She is available for commissions, including for corporate offices, homes, banners and publications - as an interesting conversation piece or to develop interest in your products.

You can meet Alex at coffee time and lunch in the Geological Society library.

New Eyes Exploration
New Eyes Exploration, founded by David Bamford, explores new ways to discover Oil and Gas.

INOVA Geophysical
INOVA was formed in March 2010 when BGP and ION Geophysical each contributed land seismic equipment assets to a new and independent joint venture company. INOVA's strengths lie in their ability to develop and support rugged and reliable seismic acquisition equipment that enable geophysical service providers to efficiently design and execute complex seismic acquisition programs on behalf of their E&P customers around the world.

INOVA's offerings encompass three major product lines:

- Land acquisition systems including G3i HD (cable) and Hawk (cableless)
- Land source products including the AHV-IV 364 and 380 series, the Univib small vibe and their new Vib Pro HD source controller
- Digital sensors, including the VectorSeis 3C receiver and the AccuSeis 1C receiver

INOVA's management team perseveres to create a unique 'best of both' culture that draws upon the distinctive attributes of its parent owners' skill sets and operating philosophies. INOVA's technical professionals reflect ION's rich tradition of innovation in land seismic product development, ARAM's philosophy of 'no excuses' customer service, and the practical operating insights BGP has acquired as the world's largest land seismic contractor. This unique blend of insights and capabilities ensure that INOVA's products remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, guided by the practical reality of what contractors require to reliably execute complex seismic programs in the most difficult operating environments.

INOVA is committed to offer 'Best in Class' customer satisfaction. Through a global network of training, repair, and customer support centers, INOVA field service engineers are located in key petroleum centers close to their customers. These field support teams are available twenty four hours/seven days a week/three hundred sixty days a year and willing to go anywhere, anytime to ensure that INOVA's customers are able to complete their acquisition programs safely, on-time, and within budget. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with their customers, INOVA's field support teams are united by a common call to action: Together, We Get the Job Done.

INOVA Geophysical
INOVA was formed in March 2010 when BGP and ION Geophysical each contributed land seismic equipment assets to a new and independent joint venture company. INOVA's strengths lie in their ability to develop and support rugged and reliable seismic acquisition equipment that enable geophysical service providers to efficiently design and execute complex seismic acquisition programs on behalf of their E&P customers around the world.

INOVA's offerings encompass three major product lines:

- Land acquisition systems including G3i HD (cable) and Hawk (cableless)
- Land source products including the AHV-IV 364 and 380 series, the Univib small vibe and their new Vib Pro HD source controller
- Digital sensors, including the VectorSeis 3C receiver and the AccuSeis 1C receiver

INOVA's management team perseveres to create a unique 'best of both' culture that draws upon the distinctive attributes of its parent owners' skill sets and operating philosophies. INOVA's technical professionals reflect ION's rich tradition of innovation in land seismic product development, ARAM's philosophy of 'no excuses' customer service, and the practical operating insights BGP has acquired as the world's largest land seismic contractor. This unique blend of insights and capabilities ensure that INOVA's products remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, guided by the practical reality of what contractors require to reliably execute complex seismic programs in the most difficult operating environments.

INOVA is committed to offer 'Best in Class' customer satisfaction. Through a global network of training, repair, and customer support centers, INOVA field service engineers are located in key petroleum centers close to their customers. These field support teams are available twenty four hours/seven days a week/three hundred sixty days a year and willing to go anywhere, anytime to ensure that INOVA's customers are able to complete their acquisition programs safely, on-time, and within budget. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with their customers, INOVA's field support teams are united by a common call to action: Together, We Get the Job Done.

Feather Tech
Feather Tech is a company that aims to reduce the cost of onshore exploration, while providing high resolution seismic data for onshore drilling. Our operation brings novel optimization and state-of-the-art robotic technologies to the exploration process. The modularity and flexibility resulting from these technologies create a revolutionary opportunity for the field of oil and gas exploration.

Teradata
Teradata is the world's largest company solely focused on creating enterprise agility through database software, enterprise data warehousing, and analytics. It's our passion and it's all we do. For the Oil & Gas Industry it must be "now", it must be safe, and it has to scale. Whether it is upstream reservoir data analytics, production and refining real-time data analysis, operations management, or back-office ERP provisioning Teradata has the technology platform, scalability, people and approach that will allow you to do more with your data - today.

NEOS
NEOS helps exploration teams in the natural resources industries make faster, more informed decisions about where to explore, lease and drill. In partnership with its clients, NEOS acquires and simultaneously interprets multiple geological, geophysical, and geochemical datasets to identify water, minerals and hydrocarbons in the subsurface.

Teradata
Teradata is the world's largest company solely focused on creating enterprise agility through database software, enterprise data warehousing, and analytics. It's our passion and it's all we do. For the Oil & Gas Industry it must be "now", it must be safe, and it has to scale. Whether it is upstream reservoir data analytics, production and refining real-time data analysis, operations management, or back-office ERP provisioning Teradata has the technology platform, scalability, people and approach that will allow you to do more with your data - today.

Registered Delegates

Evi Otobo
Senior Geoscientist

United States
elwyn jones
Director
GeoPartners
United Kingdom
Robert Parker
Consultant
Parker
United Kingdom
Stuart Amor
Analyst

United Kingdom
Alexandra Kenna
Managing Director
GEOSERVE Limited
United Kingdom
Vincent Sheppard
Chief Geophysicist
petrofac
United Kingdom
Helena Zapata
Geoscientist

United Kingdom
Gaud Pouliquen
Technical analyst
Geosoft
United Kingdom
Anastasiia Ierofeieva
Geologist
Petrofac
David Roberts
Consultant
3-DMR
United Kingdom
Michael Clutterbuck
Development Geologist
Global Energy Consultants
United Kingdom
Khalil Nourafkan
Principal Geologist
Petroxin ltd
United Kingdom
Allan Induni
Geoscientist
a
United Kingdom
Faouzi Khene

GXT
United Kingdom
Denis Potapov
SCRM Manager
PGS
United Kingdom
Tim Papworth
General Manager Armenia
AGAPE Armenia
United Kingdom
Wally Jakubowicz
Managing Director
Hampton Data Services
United Kingdom
Sergey Palenov
Sales
PGS
United Kingdom
Paul Murphy
Key Account Manager, Oil and Gas Division
Airbus Defence and Space
United Kingdom
Bill Green
Account Director
Hermes Datacomms
United Kingdom
Steve Pitman
VP Corporate Marketing
PGS
United Kingdom
Iain Poole

Barnett Waddingham LLP
Feargal Murphy

IGS
United Kingdom
Kevin Shrimpton

PGS
Simon Gozzard
Geophysicist
BG Group
United Kingdom
Bani Norouzian
Business Development Manager-IHS Energy
IHS Global
United Kingdom
Joshua May
Business Development - Africa
PGS
United Kingdom
David Sendra
Associate Consultant
BlackRockQI
United Kingdom
Neil Dyer

Independent
United Kingdom
James Page
BDM
PVE Consulting
United Kingdom
Derric Richardson

Bridgeporth
United Kingdom
Andy Bull
VP, Emerging Technology
Inova Geophysical
United Kingdom
Robert Waterhouse
Director
Rosha Resources Ltd
United Kingdom
Bryn Austin
Director & Geological/Geophysical Consultant
Brynterpretation Ltd
United Kingdom
Christian Bukovics
CEO
Irbis Energy Ltd
United Kingdom
Martin Smith
Business Development Manager - Operations
RPS Energy
United Kingdom
Sean Barber
Business Development Manager
Cereno
United Kingdom
John Davies
Director
JD Petroleum Services
United Kingdom
Abhi Manerikar
Exploration Director
Sand Hill Petroleum
Mike Oehlers
Chief Geologist
CGG Robertson NPA Satellite Mapping
United Kingdom
Tue Larsen
Senior Exploration Geophysicist
JX Nippon Exploration and Production (U.K.) Limited
United Kingdom
David Webber
Seismic Operations Supervisor
Sceptre Oil & Gas
United Kingdom
Julia Kemper
Senior staff geophysicist
Chariot Oil and Gas
jonathan bedford
Director
JXT
United Kingdom
Stephen Pickering
NExT Director Learning Content and Delivery
Schlumberger
United Kingdom
John Glass
Consultant Geologist
Cloverfield Consulting Ltd
United Kingdom
Ravi Chandran
Director
Kalki Consultants Limited
United Kingdom
Sean Goodman
Geoscientist
Seequent
United Kingdom
David Jackson
Consultant
Consultant
United Kingdom
Peter Allen
Consultant
Layla Resources
United Kingdom
Robert Heath
Retired
Seismic & Oilfield Services Ltd
United Kingdom
Ian Jack
Mostly Retired
Consultant
United Kingdom
Kai Gruschwitz
Senior Geophysical Advisor
Lukoil
United Kingdom
Glenn Hauer

Self-employed
Eleanor Jack

Consultant
United Kingdom
David Peel
Technical Director
Lukoil
United Kingdom
Glenn Hauer

Self-employed
Micky Allen
consultant
consultant
United Kingdom
Kai Gruschwitz
Senior Geophysical Advisor
Lukoil
United Kingdom
Tom Martin
Director
Shikra Consulting
United Kingdom
Peter Farrington
Geophysicist
Consultant Geophysicist
United Kingdom
Amrit Brar
Marketing and Sales Manager
Lynx Information Systems
United Kingdom
Pete Nolan
Exploration consultant
SHP
United Kingdom
Robert Ward
Advisor
Decision Frameworks
United Kingdom
Geoff Chambers
Data Scientist
Masternaut
United Kingdom
Steve Callan
Sales / Marketing / Business Development
Signal Geo
United Kingdom
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Geotechnical Engineer
DNVGL
United Kingdom
Michael Blakemore
Director
Michael J. Blakemore Ltd
United Kingdom
Shaun Dunn
Global Business Manager – Exploration
Sonardyne International
United Kingdom
Brian Donnelly
Consultant Geophysicist
Donnelly
United Kingdom
Martin Hodge
Data Processing, Time Imaging & Data Management Geophysicist
MoveOut Data Seismic Services
United Kingdom
Daniel Plant
Business Director
Terrabotics
United Kingdom
Ian Blakeley
Global Oil & Gas Analyst, Account Development Manager EAME
Drillinginfo
United Kingdom
Mike James
Business Consultant
Moveout Data Seismic Services Ltd
United Kingdom
Chris Anderson
Sales Director
TGS
United Kingdom
Doug Gibson

Energy Analysts
Joseph Woodward

MSc Petroleum Engineering Graduate
United Kingdom
James Dodson
Account Manager
TGS
United Kingdom
Serje Heyer
Director
Feather Tech
United Kingdom
David Buddery
Consultant
Neoseismic Ltd
United Kingdom
John Sunderland
Retired
TGS-NOPEC-retired
United Kingdom
Richard McIntyre
Sales Manager
Finding Petroleum
David Bamford
Director
New Eyes Exploration Ltd
UK
Duncan Irving
Head of AI and Automation
tietoEVRY
Karl Jeffery
Editor
Finding Petroleum
United Kingdom
Helen Turnell
Principal Consultant
NR Global Consulting Ltd
United Kingdom
Tim Beal

Tower Resources
United Kingdom
Avinga Pallangyo
Events Manager
Finding Petroleum
Vitaliy Yurchenko
VP Sales and Marketing
ORG Geophysical
Jerry Jarvis
Exploration Manager
Tullow Oil
United Kingdom
Alexandra McKenzie
artist
Finding Petroleum
Stephen Birrell
Advisor
Ossian Energy Ltd
United Kingdom
John Quigley
Chief Geophysicist - Land
WesternGeco
United Kingdom
Carlo Brentari
Geologist
Geodynamics Worldwide
Italy
Bill Park
Business Advisor
Park Innovation
United Kingdom
_ _
Owner
_
United Kingdom