SEE YOU AT OUR KUALA LUMPUR TECHNOLOGY FORUM

We’d like you to join our Kuala Lumpur Technology Forum taking place Wednesday 13 November.

When: 13 November 

Where: Impiana Hotel

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Latest Blog Posts

Andrew Pomroy | February 21, 2019

February webinar:                                                      Our journey to revolutionise fault interpretation

 

Whether you are setting up a working petroleum system or identifying geohazards, a great deal of time and effort is spent ensuring confidence levels around the fault location, offset, and ...

GeoTeric | March 21, 2019

Differentiate your licence bid application with validate

With licencing rounds already open this year and others to follow suit, a lot of work is underway now in anticipation of unlocking untapped reserves and maximise recovery.    

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Luis Gomez | January 22, 2019

January webinar - 2018.2 release

 

Following the release of GeoTeric 2018.2 earlier this month, discover how the latest version of GeoTeric can help you understand your seismic story through our live webinar on Thursday 31 ...

Andrew Pomroy | November 14, 2018

November webinar - Prospect identification and de-risking using GeoTeric

 

Prospect identification and de-risking using GeoTeric 

For quick and confident analysis of large ...

Peter Szafian | October 16, 2018

October webinar - Integrated reservoir characterisation using GeoTeric – a case study

 

Luis Gomez | September 18, 2018

September Webinar - Validate your Frequency Decomposition colour blends using GeoTeric's Validate Wedge Model

 

Lynn Stevenson | August 15, 2018

Webinar - Enhancing your Cognitive Interpretation workflow

 

Lynn Stevenson | October 11, 2018

See you at SEG 2018

SEG 2018

Tanya Arrowsmith | July 17, 2018

Reveal: Understanding your geology and facies distribution

GeoTeric has the ability to reveal geology for a more complete interpretation experience. Revealing a depositional system and subsequently understanding its geological relevance is key to identifying ...

Ryan Williams | July 3, 2018

Correlating seismic faults with well based faults is now available as an EAGE lecture