The transition to sustainable energy is one of the fundamental challenges we face over the coming decades and it is my intention that GEO ExPro will continue to report fully on this, whilst championing the genuinely critical role the oil and gas business plays in ensuring security of energy supply.
Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 18, No. 1 is available for download. This issue of GEO ExPro focuses on Australasia and South East Asia; Reservoir Management; Geoscience, Sustainability and the Environment.
How are organisations ensuring human involvement and geoscience integration in developing AI algorithms and applications for the exploration and production of oil and gas resources? At DIGEX 2021, taking place 17-18 February 2021, we will hear in more detail from companies on how they are navigating this territory.
As the effects of the pandemic deepen, many companies within oil and gas are reluctant to replace face-to-face courses with online learning, fearing the interactivity of the learning experience would be compromised.
After ten years as Editor in Chief of GEO ExPro Magazine, for an impressive 63 issues, Jane Whaley has decided to take a step back, so here is her final Editorial. She is handing over the baton to Iain Brown, our new Editor in Chief, to propel GEO ExPro through what looks to be an exciting future.
Software specialist Geoteric has combined over 30 years of geological experience with an in-depth knowledge
of AI to develop two new technologies that will help deliver greater understanding of subsurface geology.