The Biennial Geophysical Seminar 2022 – ‘The New Beginning’

Source: press release, 22 December 2021

illustration: NPF
illustration: NPF

Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) invites the geo-community, both in Norway and abroad, to its geophysical seminar, 7-9 March 2022.

The biennial seminar is now back in Kristiansand and is a popular networking event where recent achievements, case studies, industry trends and new developments in geophysical techniques are presented.

Here are some of the confirmed talks, with more to come:

  • Johan Sverdrup Permanent Reservoir Monitoring: data flow, seismic data processing overview and first 4D observations, Emin Sadikhov, Equinor.
  • Results of the first dual azimuth 4D seismic survey in Goliat field, Isaias Castillo, Vår Energi.
  • Reservoir properties estimation using an efficient MAZ towed multisensor streamer seismic, Julien Oukili, PGS.
  • Towards elastic full waveform inversion: Challenges, solutions and examples, Espen Birger Raknes, Aker BP.
  • Marine Minerals Exploration: Thinking Outside the Oil-and-Gas Box, Anna Lim, Argeo.
  • Learnings from exploring the South Viking Graben using dense OBN, AI and machine learning, Sindre Jansen, TGS.
  • Permanent Reservoir Monitoring at Johan Sverdrup: 4D PP processing, Jack Kosky, CGG.
  • Results from using water column data acquired by multibeam echosounder and SAR-satellite images in the Barents Sea, Rune Mattingsdal, NPD.
  • Next Generation Marine Acquisition Equipment, Thomas Elboth, Shearwater.

Full program will be published on NPF website shortly so stay tuned for updates.

More information and event details here.

Contact:
Tonje Raknes, Project Manager, NPF
tonje.raknes@npf.no