The 8th International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) is being held 10 – 12 December in KL at KLCC. CSEM and MT receive significant attention during the technical sessions with papers from Shell Brunei on how they integrated broadband seismic and CSEM to de-risk exploration targets along with three ePoster presentations from EMGS.
Friday afternoon, 12 December, Shell Brunei’s presenter is scheduled to talk about how Shell integrates broadband seismic and CSEM to de-risk exploration targets. Shell Brunei has developed a method toward discriminating compaction-related signatures from hydrocarbon-related anomalies from the regional CSEM data.
EMGS is represented at IPTC’s Knowledge Sharing ePoster sessions in Level 3 of the Conference Centre with the following papers:
|Wednesday, 10 December.|
5 p.m. Geosciences Station 26
|Electro-Magnetic Sensitivity in the Bengal Basin: Implications for Exploration in Myanmar, Bangladesh and NE India.||Allan Filipov|
|Friday, 12 December. 10:30, Geosciences Station 26||Offshore Sub-Basalt Exploration Using CSEM and MT||Krishna Kumar|
|Friday, 12 December. 10:30, Geosciences Station 27||Exploring Channel Reservoirs in a Frontier Area Using Regional 3D CSEM and 2D Seismic||Ritesh Mohan Joshi|
This page was updated 12.12.2014 with respect to presentation places and times.