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2016 Virtual Lecture Series - Season 2

November 08, 2016
On-Demand via Webcast

2016 Virtual Lecture Series

Season Two of the Paradigm 2016 Virtual Lecture Series consists of nine On-Demand Webcasts presented by Paradigm Subject Matter Experts.  In these videos, you can learn about advanced geoscience solutions that help you minimize risk and maximize production, for more cost-effective drilling.  See how high-definition seismic imaging, advanced interpretation, comprehensive geomechanics, and unique modeling workflows are being redefined to deliver extraordinary results, in both conventional and unconventional plays.

We encourage you and your colleagues to register today, for any lecture or for the entire series.

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Paradigm Virtual Lecture Series - On-Demand Webcast Schedule

Click here to view the Presentation Abstracts.

Date Released Presentation Title Featured Technology Presenter
June 21

Available on Demand

 
Enhancing Thin Bed Resolution and Detection with Quantitative Interpretation Paradigm QSI for Reservoir Geophysics Tatiana_sm.jpg
Tatiana Krylova
July 12

Available on Demand
Ensuring Wellbore Stability with Geomechanics and Pore Pressure Prediction Geolog®  Gavin-colour-(1).JPG
Gavin Baldwin
July 26

Available on Demand


 
Diffraction Imaging from Full-Azimuth Data and Legacy Data for Improved Structural Resolution EarthStudy 360® Kashif-(1).jpg
Kashif Shuakat
August 9

Available on Demand
Extract Higher Definition Fault Information from your Seismic Data SeisEarth®  Tatiana_sm-(1).jpg
Tatiana Krylova
August 23

Available on Demand



 
Maximize the Efficiency of your 2D Reprocessing - the Best Results, Fast GeoDepth®
Kashif Shuakat
September 13

Available on Demand
Capturing Geological Model Uncertainties to Improve De-risking SKUA-GOCAD™ Camille_Cosson_sm.png
Camille Cosson
October 25

Available on Demand

 
Facies Classification and Prediction to Improve Understanding of Reservoir Heterogeneities Stratimagic® Philippe_Ecoublet.jpg
Philippe Ecoublet
November 8

Available on Demand
Developing 3D Mechanical Models to Evaluate Reservoir Stability against Production Scenarios SKUA-GOCAD™ Camille_Cosson_sm-(1).pngCamille Cosson