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Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Exposition and 89th Annual Meeting

September 15 - 18, 2019
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, Texas


Join Emerson E&P Software at booth 1433 of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Exposition and 89th Annual Meeting, in San Antonio, TX, September 15-18. 

Our booth demonstrations will focus on Emerson’s solutions for efficiently connecting subsurface intelligence to surface operations.  Our subject matter experts will offer targeted presentations about our software and services, including machine learning and AI to handle Big Data, geophysics, workflow automation, production optimization, and cloud delivery, with a special focus on unconventionals.

We are also proud to host presentations by industry experts. 

Scheduled presentations

Click here for the detailed presentation schedule and abstracts.

  • Precision depthing for shale players improves well placement and steering 
  • Reducing velocity uncertainty with geologically-constrained velocity modeling
  • ​Improving structural and seismic interpretations with automatic restoration of 3D structural models
  • Big Loop: A collaborative approach to calibrating subsurface models for reliable production concept design and forecasting
  • Workflow considerations for orthorhombic velocity modeling, imaging and fracture characterization in the depth migrated domain 
  • Prospect investigation and ranking with advanced seismic interpretation and quantitative methods
  • A supervised learning machine learning method for enriching field development decisions: A Permian case study
  • Improving resolution of seismic rock property estimation
  • Common Reflection Angle Migration improves seismic inversion for hydrocarbon prospecting
  • Automatic recovery and classification of subsurface features from prestack seismic directivity data using deep learning
  • High-resolution azimuthal and holographic seismic imaging
  • Leveraging IIoT, cloud, and machine learning to facilitate next-generation production

Customer and Partner Presentations

  • Democratization of technology: An essential component of the digital transformation (presented by Repsol)
  • How do you know when you really have fractures? VVAZ QC with Emerson software (presented by Tricon)
  • Emerson’s end-to-end solution for E&P software on Microsoft Azure Cloud (joint presentation with Microsoft)

For additional information, please contact Carmen Comis.

Emerson E&P Software Papers in the SEG Technical Program

Fast Geometric Restoration of Complex 3D Structural Models for Seismic Interpretation Validation, by Anne-Laure Tertois and Jean-Laurent Mallet
Session:  INT 1 - Applications of Modeling and Inversion
Date and Time:  September 16, 1:50 - 2:15 PM
Location: Room 221B

Simultaneous Attenuation of Multimode Ground Roll in Three-Component Seismic Data, by Jianyong Bai and Orhan Yilmaz
​Session:  MS1 - Case Studies and Imaging 1
Date and Time:  September 16, 3:30 - 3:55 PM
Location:  Room 225C

Eigenrays in 3D Heterogeneous Anisotropic Media: Kinematics​​, by Igor Ravve and Zvi Koren
Session:  ANI P1 - Methods and Applications
Date and Time:  September 16, 3:30 - 3:55 PM
Location: Poster Station 7, Exhibit Hall 1

Eigenrays in 3D Heterogeneous Anisotropic Media: Dynamics​, by Zvi Koren and Igor Ravve 
Session: ANI P1 - Anisotropy
Date and Time:  September 16, 3:55 - 4:20 PM
Location: Poster Station 7, Exhibit Hall 1

An Acceleration Method for the Anti-Leakage Parabolic Radon Transform for Seismic Data Interpolation, by Yaniv Hollander and Orhan Yilmaz
Session:  SPMNR - Data Conditioning and Noise Removal
Date and Time:  September 17, 10:10
Location: Room 304B
Yaniv Hollander, Senior Scientific Developer at Emerson E&P Software, will chair a Poster Session: Geophysics: Novel Concepts
Date and Time: September 18, 2019 9:20 - 11:50 AM
Location: Poster Station 13

Bruno de Ribet, Technology Global Director at Emerson E&P Software, will co-chair an Oral Session:  Interpretation 3
Date and Time:  September 18, 1:50 - 5:30 PM
Location: 221D