Paul Bellingham, Will Reid, Emily Kay and Neil Hurst; ION Geophysical
A newly acquired 3D seismic survey, covering the entire Zechstein play fairway in the UK Mid North Sea High, reveals the hydrocarbon potential of the complex and highly variable Intra-Zechstein plays on the flanks of the European Permian basin.
A ‘Need-to-Have’ for understanding the regional and detailed geology of the Norwegian Sea. With recording lengths down to 16s TWT, MCG’s Regional Deep Imaging (RDI) MC2D project enables a full view of the mega-structures to be mapped - including the Moho.
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.
The first fully virtual major event held by the Petroleum Society of Great Britain (PESGB) successfully brought together speakers and delegates to discuss national and international opportunities, challenges and developments in the energy industry.
Rocks have long inspired poets, so this event brought together poets and geoscientists to discuss how, in an era of climate change, their disciplines can influence each other and to further encourage the rocks to speak.
Norway surprised many observers in June by announcing plans for a licensing round that signalled a major expansion of the availability of areas for oil exploration in the Norwegian sector of the Arctic Sea.
Review of new 3D seismic data in the Faroe-Shetland Basin has revealed new hydrocarbon potential of the Early Cretaceous syn-rift and Precambrian fractured basement plays along the northern extent of the Rona Ridge - one of the least mature producing regions on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).