Richard Cooper and Lucy MacGregor, OFG Multiphysics
Controlled Source ElectroMagnetic (CSEM) is a proven technique that has a strong future in helping solve certain oil and gas exploration and production challenges, especially when seismic data alone cannot provide a satisfactory answer.
How can professional organizations help young people in the industry? David Eastwell, Europe President of the American Association of Petroleum Geoscientists Young Professionals group (AAPG YP) talks about the advantages of membership, both professionally and personally.
Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 17, No. 5 is available for download. This edition of GEO ExPro focuses on Africa; Non-Seismic Geophysics; Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilisation; and the Energy Transition.
Alan J. Cohen, Hamed Soroush and Salah Faroughi; Petrolern LLC
Dealing with large datasets has been always a challenge for the industry, keeping real-time monitoring and control of subsurface operations, until now, only a dream – but it is fast becoming a reality. Advanced methods of real-time subsurface monitoring can benefit not only mainstream oil and gas exploration and production decisions and enhanced oil recovery, but also carbon storage and enhanced geothermal systems.
This new volume of J.G. Ramsay's Folding and Fracturing of Rocks, edited by Bond and Lebit, offers 14 case studies related to rock folding, fracturing and strain from the UK, USA, Greece, the Dead Sea and China.
It is the biggest technology revolution we have seen; you have probably heard "AI is the future" – but what can it do to improve the decision making process for geoscientists in oil and gas exploration?
The latest version of Eliis's intuitive, semi-automatic subsurface interpretation software, PaleoScan, brings enhanced geological modelling and improved automatic fault extraction workflows to the geoscience community for use in oil and gas exploration worldwide.
Cloud-based software solution, Seequent Central, supports geoscience analysis, modelling and collaborative technologies enabling organisations to work on critical large-scale hydrocarbon and geothermal projects from wherever they are in the world.
In 2006, a ‘moonshot’ R&D project was launched to develop interactive software for visualising and processing pre-stack seismic data and is now being used to monitor oil and gas production in producing fields.
In order to monitor, track and analyse global data coming from the renewable energy industry, Rystad Energy recently announced the launch of its Renewables Solution data, analytics and advisory service.