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2022 EAGE Annual 83rd Conference and Exhibition

Jun 06 - 09 2022
Madrid, Spain

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We are proud to participate in the 2022 EAGE Annual 83rd Conference and Exhibition, to be held in Madrid from June 6-9. This event, whose theme is, "Leading Geosciences into a New Era", will particularly emphasize the Energy Transition and Digitalization trends in the industry.

After an absence of two years due to the COVID emergency, we look forward to meeting up again with colleagues, customers and friends on a face-to-face basis.  Please join us at Booth 1110, for demonstrations and discussions with our Subject Matter Experts.

Papers in the EAGE Technical Program

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Seismic Facies Characterization of Polok Discovery Using Neural Networks and Hybrid Clustering, Southern GOM, by Miguel Angel Yanev Luciani, Manual Gonzalez-Quinjano (Repsol) and Carla Diaz (Emerson)
Session: Machine Learning & AI for Seismic Reservoir Characterization
Date and Time:  Tuesday, June 7, 9:30 - 12:30

Gas Chimneys Identification for Shallow Hazards Assessment Using Seismic Attributesm, by Jorge Reveron (Repsol) and Sasha Barh (Emerson)
Session: Geomechanics and Overburden Hazards 
Date and Time:  Tuesday, June 7, 15:15 - 18:15

Calibrate Geophysical Velocity Model to Well Data - Integrating a Geological Concept in the Tano Basin, by Daniel Rendon, Camille Msika, Carmen Brazon and Sandra Saltzmann
Session: FWI and Velocity Model - Case Studies 2
Date and Time:  Wednesday, June 8, 09:30 - 12:30

Image-Domain Angle/Azimuth-Dependent Least-Squares Reverse Time Migration through Point Spread Functions, by Dr. Jianyong Bai and Orhan Yilmaz
Session: Least Square Migration 1
Date and Time:  Wednesday, June 8, 15:15 - 18:15

Computing Structural Difference between GeoChron Models, by Dr. Anne-Laure Tertois
Session: Geopressure and Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Date and Time:  Thursday, June 9, 09:30 - 12:30

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