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.

Tonje Raknes, Project Manager, NPF