Virtual presentations will feature machine learning, enhanced workflow automation, new seismic imaging and tomography methods and cloud delivery for increased productivity and collaboration
WHO: Emerson at the SEG Annual Meeting 2020
WHAT: Advanced software solutions for E&P challenges
WHERE: Virtual presentations, register here.
WHEN: Oct. 11-16, 2020
At the 90th and first-ever all-virtual Annual Meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), October 11-16, Emerson will showcase integrated technology solutions comprising its Exploration & Production (E&P) software suite and services in an easy-to-navigate online program.
Emerson will deliver joint presentations with:
- Repsol, “The Kaleidoscope Project - A Technology Collaboration for the Democratization of Solutions in Geophysics”
- NVIDIA, “A Geophysical Collaboration for Imaging in the Local Angle Domain on the GPU”
The program will also highlight a presentation by Henry Posamentier, a global expert in seismic and sequence stratigraphy, “State-of-the-Art Workflows for Risk Mitigation - Stratigraphic Interpretation of 3D Seismic Data.”
Building on the company’s 30+ years of delivering high value science to the oil and gas industry, this year’s SEG program highlights presentations that can be applied to address new business challenges. The program includes:
- Geophysics and the Digital Transformation – Elevating delivery services that keep pace with today’s digitial revolution through AI and machine learning, cloud solutions and technology collaborations
- Improvements in Seismic Imaging and Shallow Velocity Model Determination – Offering targeted subsurface solutions with full-azimuth diffraction, specular, and orthorhombic imaging; holographic imaging; RTM and FWI, refraction, joint reflection-refraction, and full-azimuth reflection tomography.
- Cost Reduction and Time-To-Result Improvements with Automation and Geoscience Workflow – Achieving project improvements with workflow automation, advanced interpretation, modeling, and prospecting workflows; and geologically-constrained velocity modeling.
- Advances in Seismic Resolution – Addressing vertical, spatial and azimuthal resolution challenges with full azimuth imaging, quantitative seismic interpretation, modified stochastic inversion, and stratigraphic interpretation methods.
- Measuring and Optimizing Geophysical Uncertainty – Capturing and making use of structural and velocity model uncertainty for improved seismic imaging and reservoir modeling.
Additionally, Emerson geoscientists will deliver four technical papers in a variety of sessions in the SEG Technical Program.
Model-based Ground Roll Attenuation with Updating Quality Factors by Jianyong Bai and Orhan Yilmaz
Date and Time: October 13, 2020 from 3:55 PM to 4:20 PM
Image Domain Least Squares Reverse Time Migration through Point Spread Functions by Jianyong Bai and Orhan Yilmaz
Date and Time: October 14, 2020 from 1:50 PM to 2:15 PM
Modified Stochastic Inversion (MSI) by Anat Canning, Dominique Mouliere, Yuval Weiss, Henrique Mageste, Taehee Kim, João Muniz, Fernando Vizeu and Anastasya Teitel, Emerson; Miles Leggett and Astrid T. Fernandez, Galp E&P
Date and Time: October 14, 2020 from 2:15 PM to 2:40 PM
Using Principal Component Analysis to Decouple Seismic Diffractions from Specular Reflections by Raanan Dafni, Rina Schwartz, Ronit Levy and Zvi Koren
Session ID: SPMI 2 - Imaging Algorithm Enhancement and Case History
Date and Time: October 14, 2020 from 3:55 PM to 4:20 PM
For a guide to all Emerson SEG presentations and technical papers and easy registration for each event, visit the event page at www.pdgm.com/seg2020.