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SEG Workshop: Wide Azimuth Data: Does It Really Pay Back?

February 06 - 08, 2018
Muscat, Oman

Paradigm is proud to announce that a paper co-authored by Kashif Shaukat, Geophysics Technical Advisor, and Richard James Leaver, Senior Geophysicist, has been accepted to the SEG Workshop: Wide Azimuth Data: Does It Really Pay Back?, to be held in Muscat, Oman from February 6-8, 2018.

The paper, "Improved Imaging for Prospect Definition on Conventional and Full/Wide-Azimuth Data", includes case studies that use the wavefield separation approach to deliver significant enhancements in structural resolution in different geological settings.


Kashif.jpgKashif Shaukat has an MSc in Advanced Signal Processing from the University of Manchester. With hands-on experience, from conventional Processing & Imaging  to advanced full/multi-azimuth workflows such as multi-component processing, Kashif creates purpose-built deliverables with reduced uncertainty for Reservoir Characterization, Interpretation and Structural Modeling workflows.  Over the years, Kashif has worked with numerous E&P companies in consultancy, training and support.

Rick-Leaver_sm.jpgRick Leaver is a Senior Geophysicist at Paradigm. He has 20 years of experience in the upstream oil & gas industry, focusing mainly on interpretation and seismic reservoir characterization workflows. He is currently based in Dubai, having previously worked for both service companies and operators in the U.K., Houston, S.E. Asia and Australia. He holds a BSc in Geology from Royal Holloway College, University of London.