Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 19, No. 2 is now available for download. This issue of GEO ExPro focuses on North West Europe; North Africa; Reservoir Management; Seismic Acquisition and Processing.
Lasse Amundsen* and Martin Landrø, NTNU/Bivrost Geo
The history of an individual infrared photon being emitted upwards from Earth’s surface into a static atmosphere is analysed as a one-dimensional random walk. Will it return to Earth, or depart into outer space, or will it stay in
the atmosphere forever?
Entertaining stories of the fun, freedom, excitement, boredom, exhilaration and at times sheer terror that came with being a field geologist in the days before satnavs, mobile phones and 24/7 communication.
The extended impact of uncertain oil prices, combined with the Covid-19 pandemic and dwindling investor sentiment for hydrocarbons, have resulted in further delays, and in some cases cancellations, of already delayed wildcat wells.
The first edition of 2022 is here, and it’s got a brand new look! GEO ExPro Vol. 19, No. 1 focuses on South America; Sustainability and the Environment; Seismic Interpretation; Increasing Efficiency in E&P.