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Robots on the Seabed Advance

In October, Blue Ocean Seismic Services, a UK-based pioneer of autonomous robotic seismic nodes, successfully completed a series of acquisition trials in the North Sea.

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GEO ExPro Vol. 18, Issue No. 6 Out Now!

Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 18, No. 5 is now available for download. This issue of GEO ExPro focuses on The Gulf of Mexico; Russia and the FSU; Non-Seismic Geophysics and Carbon Capture, Storage and Usage.

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Aspects of Transition

In this short editorial, GEO ExPro Editor in Chief Iain Brown talks briefly on the different aspects of the energy transition, COP 26, palaeontology and introduces the latest edition of the magazine (Vol. 18, No. 6).

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Real Rocks and Explosive Lakes

Two of the articles in this issue address physical rock samples, though very differently. Editor in Chief, Iain Brown, introduces the latest issue (Vol. 18, No. 5) in this short editorial.

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AI and Code Red for Humanity

GEO ExPro Editor in Chief, Iain Brown, on the use of AI and autonomous technology in the oil, gas and energy industry - and an introduction to the latest edition of the magazine.

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Making a Date with the Data

Whether you’re trying to monetise climate risk or find new ways to extend the life of offshore oil and gas assets, getting access to usable data is a vital part of the equation. It’s also key to an industry in transition.

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Environmental Monitoring from Space

This year, Capterio launched their free-to-download flare-tracking application (FlareIntel), and CGG their new monitoring solution that provides sea surface slick intelligence data (SeaScope).

Editorials Asia

Will China Shale Gas Attract?

A 2013 US EIA study estimated China held the world’s largest shale gas resources at over 1,160 Tcf. However, due to high exploration and production costs the sector has not met its growth expectations.