Geoteric | October 25, 2016

Success at SEG Dallas 2016

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Dear all,

The SEG International Exposition and 86th Annual Meeting was a tremendous success for GeoTeric and we thought you might like to see some of our highlights from the event. Check out our photos below.

Our booth was often at full capacity and we might have to take more space to accommodate everyone next year in Houston!

We presented 3 excellent papers in the technical sessions, and hosted a very busy poster session.

For those of you that missed them here are the links;

“Determining depositional history through use of cognitive interpretation workflows”
Ryan Williams & Rachael Moore (GeoTeric)

“The effect of color blindness on seismic interpretation”
Gaynor Paton (GeoTeric)

“4D seismic spectral decomposition over a presalt carbonate reservoir: A feasibility study”
Marcon Grochau (PETROBRAS) & Pavel Jilinski (GeoTeric)

“Calibration of frequency decomposition and RGB blends for stratigraphic-thickness estimation using interference patterns”
Tom Wooltorton (GeoTeric)

Our technical booth talks demonstrated the power of the latest modular version of GeoTeric’s Cognitive Interpretation capabilities and our lunch and learn sessions proved to be very popular - especially the talk relating to the classification of unconventional plays onshore Mexico in collaboration with Instituto Mexicano del Petróleo.

The next event in our hectic schedule is PETEX in London next month so on behalf of the whole GeoTeric team I’d once again like to thank all you who visited us in Dallas to see the latest in Cognitive Interpretation.

Very best regards,
Mark Walker
VP - Americas