More complex onshore and deeper water offshore plays are driving demand for improved subsurface depth imaging. Add to that the unique challenges surrounding unconventional plays and geophysicists are being challenged like never before.
This year’s Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) International Exposition and 87th
Annual Meeting, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Sept. 24-29, will feature the largest technical program in conference history. More than 150 diverse sessions on topics such as: inversion techniques, broadband deghosting, new methods in anisotropy and improved seismic resolution will be presented by geoscience professionals from all geophysical disciplines.
Aramco and its EXPEC Advanced Research Center researchers have made significant contributions, particularly in the area of land and shallow-water seismic acquisition and processing. Known for pushing the limits on acquiring and interpreting seismic data, Aramco’s global research and development in the area of geophysics continues to grow and includes work from the Aramco Delft Research Center, the Aramco Beijing Research Center and the Aramco Research Center—Houston.
Aramco researchers collaborate with others from major universities around the globe as well as leading technology providers to survey the latest best practices—questioning assumptions, data gathering and processing techniques used today.
More than twenty technical papers will be presented by Aramco during the three-day conference. Aramco has been a long-time supporter of SEG and is a titanium sponsor of this year’s conference. Learn more about our work, visit us at exhibition stand #735.
Visit the SEG website for more details.
URTeC 2018: Aramco Advances Unconventionals