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  • ...on operations, as opposed to <b>upstream</b> operations of exploration and production.
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  • ...|A-18]] and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_A-19|A-19]]. <b>2</b>. The production of a double layer of charge at mineral interfaces or of changes in such dou
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  • <li>Abramowitz, M. and Stegun, A., 1965, Handbook of mathematical functions, 9th Ed.: Dover Public and some remarks: Kumamoto J. Sci., ser A, 2, 18&ndash;23.</li>
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  • Exploration and production operations as opposed to refining, marketing, and transportation operations.
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  • ...listed on this page. All of the data posted on the Open Data page is free and available to the public. For some uses, you may have to request permission ...and geophysical consortia|this page]] for internet-accessible exploration and geophysical consortia.
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  • ...rd Lines (7 March 1949–25 November 2019) ''' was a Canadian geophysicist and the 2008-2009 [[SEG President]]. ...ors, including SEG Honorary Membership in 2000 and the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) Medal in 2017. Larry passed away on 25 November 2019 a
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  • ...urce using a detailed understanding of the physical behavior of oil, water and gas within porous rock at very high pressure. ...ring]], well engineering, [[artificial lift]] systems, completions and oil and gas facilities engineering.
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  • geophysicist and one of the founders of Texas Instruments. He served as the 1933-1934 [[SEG The petroleum exploration industry lost a great pioneer and mankind lost a
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  • ...geophysicist and geochemist. He was a founding member of the [[Society of Exploration Geophysicists]], the author of the first paper in ''[[Geophysics (journal)], Coordinator, Surface and Near-Surface Geochemical Methods in Petroleum Exploration: APGE Spec. Pub. No. 1, p. 1-10.]</ref>
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  • '''William N. Barkhouse''' is an American geophysicist and was the 1999-2000 President ...Programs Sponsorship Committee for the 1998 Annual Meeting in New Orleans and chairman of the Annual Meeting Advisory Committee.
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  • ...lly advanced the science of exploration geophysics. Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]]. ...]], [[Steven Constable|Steve Constable]], [[Len Senka]], [[Arthur Cheng]], and [[David Kessler]]
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  • ...ation, and ''Interpretation'', a peer-reviewed journal co-published by SEG and AAPG. SEG's Technical Standards Committee develops and maintains specifications for geophysical data. Most familiar of these stand
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  • ...ille Formation] for coal-bed methane production, while also producing oil and natural gas. ...nce the discovery, the basin has produced over 10.6 million barrels of oil and 1.15 trillion cubic feet of natural gas through 1991 making it one of the m
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  • ...[shale]]. The overall hydrocarbon potential is very prominent for both oil and gas as well.[[File:Cooper basin map.jpg|thumb|408x408px| ...n 1981. Pipelines transport gas to the major markets of Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney. Overall about 1,800 petroleum wells have been drilled.
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  • ...ncludes reservoirs of the Chesterian, Valmeyeran, Pennsylvanian, Silurian, and Devonian [[wikipedia:Epoch_(geology)|Epochs]]. Since its discovery in the m ...i></nowiki></ref>
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  •, the Palo Duro Basin contains one small oil field, one small gas field, and eight additional oil pools surrounding the area<ref>Nicholson, John H. “S [[File:Map-of-the-Permian-and-Palo-Duro-Basins-and-Bend-arch-Fort-Worth-Basin-in-Texas-New.png|thumb|Map depicting the locatio
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  • ...s. The basin has experienced some drilled [[wells]], including 309 onshore and 52 offshore, with the deepest known formation reaching a depth of about 4,5 ...d pipelines, production and processing of oil and gas, and decommissioning and rehabilitation<ref><nowiki>
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  • ...Fred, and the profession benefits greatly from his enthusiasm, creativity, and persistence. === Early Years and Education ===
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  • ...ilo Backus''' was an American geophysicist, pioneer in 3D seismic imaging, and the 1979-1980 [[SEG President]]. ...r in the Distinguished Achievement Awards that SEG bestowed on GSI in 1986 and 1989.
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  • stacking method of signal enhancement, and served as the 1968 [[SEG President]]. A year ago, the members of an "expert panel" called to advise on a critical exploration decision - their task completed - were each given a small plaque. It was un
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  • ...ce as a researcher and for the many scientific discoveries in the field of exploration geophysics. === Remembrance by Sven Treitel and Ken Larner ===
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  • ...sicist and was the 2006-2007 [[SEG President]]. He is a Professor Emeritus and Former Head of the Geophysics Department at the Colorado School of Mines. < by [[Roel Snieder]] and [[Ken Larner]]
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  • '''Fred Aminzadeh''' is a geophysicist and was the 2007-2008 [[SEG President]]. == SEG [[Honorary Membership]] 2018 <ref>(2018). ”Honors and Awards.” ''The Leading Edge'', 37(11), 842–854. {{doi|10.1190/tle371108
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  • ...for the advancement of the geophysical profession. Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]]. ...w Mexico: Implications for induced seismicity]” [[Jens-Erik Lund Snee]] and [[Mark D. Zoback]]
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  • ...Maurice Ewing Medal]]. Dr. White was noted for numerous patents and papers and was an active investigator almost until his death in 2003. ...ines, Dr. White was the first occupant of the Charles Henry Green Chair of Exploration Geophysics, a position he held from 1976 to 1988.
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  • ...opic Media'', Third Edition; ''Seismology of Azimuthally Anisotropic Media and Seismic Fracture Characterization'' | Field = seismic modeling, inversion, and processing for anisotropic media, fracture characterization, timelapse seis
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  • '''Gerald Gardner''' is an American geophysicist who has had a long and distinguished career, contributing many advances to the field of exploration geophysics.
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  • | Company = Independent Exploration Company in the field of exploration geophysics.
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  • ...ributions include internationally recognized work in the early advancement and promotion of 3D seismic, recent collaborations with the Bureau of Economic using vertical and horizontal shear modes for determining anisotropy in
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  • '''Yu Zhang''' is mathematician and geophysicist known for his work in the field of seismic migration. ...dbreaking work has earned him both the SEG's [[J. Clarence Karcher Award]] and the [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal]] Awards.
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  • ...he 1986 [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal]] award (exploding reflector concept and [[Dip-moveout correction|DMO]]), ...and selection as a Distinguished Lecturer in 1989 (robust linear inversion and tomography).
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  • processes in the Earth’s crust and lithosphere, a major thrust of which is the role of fluids in crustal processes and in energy
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  • ...i-component seismic technology, borehole geophysics, seismic stratigraphy, and reservoir characterization. Dr. Hardage was ...nce and Engineering (1995 & 1998), and has edited books for the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), such as Planning Land 3-D Seismic Surveys, published b
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  • ...the topic of [[weak anisotropy]]. He was the 2006-2007 [[SEG President]], and the 2017-2018 Chairman of the Board of [[SEAM]]. == SEG [[Maurice Ewing Medal]] Award 2020 <ref> 2020, SEG Honors and Awards Program, SEG Annual Meeting 2020, Houston </ref> ==
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  • ...his entrepreneurial spirit. He was awarded [[Life Membership]] in the SEG, and was the 2003-2004 [[SEG President]]. Peter was awarded the 2014 [[Virgil Ka of microseismic monitoring technology to become a key component of exploration geophysics.
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  • ...p]] in recognition of her outstanding contributions and commitments to SEG and the geophysical community over 20-plus years. Sally has been a member of SE ...r Geophysical Society (1989). Sally continues to be active in the industry and the community.
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  • and service to the geophysical community through SEG and the Dallas Geophysical Society. and as Technical Program Chairman of the 1989 SEG
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  • Affairs Committee and was Vice-President of the Society in International SEG Meeting in Houston and is a former 1st
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  • ...C. (Lee) Lawyer''' is a geophysicist known for his leadership in industry, and his service to SEG. He served as the 1987-1988 [[SEG President]]. Lee is kn ...version of the SEG Council Procedures and for implementing the nomination and election of the first Chair of the Council.<ref>Graul, M. (2013). ”Presid
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  • ...and Alma Hewitt in Cario, Illinois. On November 28, 1926, he was baptized and remained Lutheran his entire life. were born. He was a member of and served as President of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
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  • Coordinating Geophysicist for operating subsidiaries and as liaison exploration.
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  • ...Charles; great-grandchildren, Mason and Sophie Hill; and numerous nephews and nieces. ...tain of the basketball team. Gene graduated in 1946 with a B.S. in physics and mathematics. From 1988 to 1991, he served on the Juniata College National A
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  • and the Foundation Scholarship Committee. He has also served on the SEG Committ Recording Standards. He is affiliated with the Geophysical Society of Houston and was Chariman
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  • ...served as [[Editor of ''Geophysics'']] for the years 1939-1940, 1940-1942, and 1942-1943.<ref>Clark, D. (2010), [ ...Gulf Research and Development Co. and vice-president of Gulf Minerals Co. and Dominion Gulf Co.
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  • Paul Lyons was [[Editor of ''Geophysics'']] for the years 1951-1952 and 1952-1953.<ref>Clark, D. (2010), [ ...r and they are usually many. Such a man is Paul Lyons; and it is for these and other reasons he is today being awarded an Honorary Membership in the SEG.
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  • ...or of [[Kirchhoff migration]]. He is a leader in industry, a noted author, and has achieved distinction ...norary Membership]] 1990 <ref> Program, Awards & Music, A Salute In Sight and Sound
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  • ...rcher noted for many research advances in the field of seismic prospecting and imaging. ...he ultimate sailing system is a combination of two "kites," one in the air and one in the water, with the sailor in between.
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  • ...ed an SEG [[Special Commendation]] in 1994 for his leadership in advancing exploration ...ssed, each of these qualifications during his four decades of professional and public life.
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  • ...STP, Minneapolis. He has had additional schooling at St. John's University and Southern Methodist University. ...leum exploration. He has published more than twenty-three technical papers and has fifteen patents in his name.
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  • | Membership = Honorary and Life '''Alistair Ross Brown''' expanded the range of 3D interpretation methods and educated geologists, geophysicists,
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  • | Company = McGhee Production Company ...March 10, 1912 – July 4, 2005)''' was a leader in the petroleum industry and
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  • '''Robert R. Shrock (1904-1993) ''' was an eminent geologist and professor emeritus at by Wendolyn T. Shrock, Northfield, Massachusetts and Robert E. Shrock, Setauket, New York
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  • | BSc = Geology and Geophysics | Membership = Chamber of Geophysical Engineers and Association of Turkish Petroleum Geologists
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  • ...n Gold Medal]] 1988 <ref> ''Award Citations of the SEG'' (1998) Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Tulsa, OK. p.117.</ref> == ...ics. Valuable new techniques with applications in the mining, hydrocarbon, and geothermal fields may yet result from his work.
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  • | Company = Exxon Production Research Company ...ears to accept an assignment in Exxon's time-lapse seismic research group. And it is one of the reasons why I think he is a deserving recipient of the Soc
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  • ...everal decades. One of the main contributors to this achievement has been, and is, Ing. Santos Figueroa. ...tady, New York. In 1936 he joined the Mexican petroleum company El Aguila, and went on to take post-graduate studies in geophysics at the Shell Oil Co. La
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  • ...e it was fully utilized. The success of Brazil and Petrobras in deep water exploration is living testimony to this effort. ...aduate course in nuclear engineering from the University of Rio de Janeiro and two years of postgraduate study in petroleum geology, coordinated by Freder
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  • ...[[John Koonce]] in recognition for "devising, promoting, and obtaining the production of the ...has provided the means to cope with the ever increasing large data volumes and sophisticated techniques of seismic processing."
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  • assume the high post of Deputy Minister in the Russian Ministry of Fuel and Energy. ...that was providing services to the richest part of the West Siberian oil- and gas-bearing province, including the Samotlor oil field, which is the gem of
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  • ...vailed before. Pierre's lantern has been burning brightly all these years, and the glow continues unabated. ...ic seismograms (the Goupillaud medium again), to experimental field tests, and to early attempts at logging while drilling.
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  • ...ion geophysics by organizing and promoting the use of remote sensing as an exploration tool. ...of Engineering conveyed in 1966 by the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology.
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  • ...ntributions have been many and significant, illustrating his extraordinary and ongoing service. ...s Department's government relations advisor; and senior advisor of Exxon's Exploration regulatory affairs activity.
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  • | Company = Exxon Production Research ...trol to find widespread use. More than 450 systems of this type were built and used by the geophysical industry.
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  • It is with great respect and personal honor that I introduce a long-time colleague, Don Howlett, whom we ...ndeavors in the application of electronics technologies led him to seismic exploration technologies at Texaco. As a summer intern in 1961, he was a member of the
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  • ...president of Texas Instruments Incorporated. He was a skillful businessman and later became mayor of Dallas. A leader in industry with political savvy he ...ruments at the New York Stock Exchange) is the property of J. Erik Jonsson and has been since October 1, 1953, when trading began in TI common.
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  • '''Sidney Kauffman (Aug. 10, 1908-Oct. 31, 2008)''' was an innovator in exploration geophysics. Among his many innovations to the reflection seismic method, Ka ...ef of a water seismic crew that normally operated in bays, marshes, inlets and lagoons, Kaufman in 1937 found a rock formation that extended from a bay ne
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  • | Company = LaCoste and Romberg '''Lucien J. B. LaCoste (1908-1995)''' was a pioneer in exploration geophysics in the field of gravimetry.
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  • | Company = Esso Production Research ...the existing state of the relevant art. The inventor serves as both priest and midwife. Unless the invention fills a practical need it is no invention. Un
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  • | BSc = Mathematics and chemistry ...publicizing the importance of 3-D seismology in petroleum exploration and production.
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  • ...o communicate with researchers, data processors, interpreters, geologists, and engineers. In listing these skills which, incidentally, very few in our ind ...a walking example of the equally real need for the key individual willing and able to make it all come together. In addition to directing the technical e
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  • ...ctivist. He was a long-time financial supporter of the Heritage Foundation and the Claremont Institute, two conservative think tanks. ...result, our overall production system is constantly refined and improved, and this in turn gives rise to an ever-increasing standard of living for all."
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  • ...ntributed broadly to the worldwide geophysical community through energetic and creative service on behalf of the SEG. ...ntributed broadly to the worldwide geophysical community through energetic and creative service on behalf of the SEG. How fitting that he be honored as re
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  • ...g can be. Dan's contributions to geophysics have been unequaled in variety and scope by any other individual. His contributions range from a vast variety ...ctrical engineering and, in 1930, a D.Sc. degree in electrical engineering and physics.
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  • work in seismic stratigraphy and continuing work in unifying geophysical and ideas concerning sequence stratigraphy and the unifying concept of eustatic
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  • Gulf Oil Corporation and of Gulf Refining Company. He was a former president of the AAPG and was an [[Honorary Member]] of the SEG.
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  • '''Gilles Hennenfent''' is the lead author of three papers in Geophysics and five expanded abstracts. He has been a co-author on one additional paper in Geophysics and three other expanded
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  • '''Mike Forrest''' has a lifelong and extraordinary record of service to the Society particularly on the ...n and its Trustee Associates. Mike joined the SEG Foundation Board in 2008 and his
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  • '''Dan Kosloff''' has been a pioneer of reverse-time migration and pseudo-spectral methods in waveequation E. Baysal and J. Sherwood), “Reverse time migration”, published in Geophysics. Follow
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  • ...ccident and the Secretary of Energy’s committee on shale gas development and environmental protection. ...period, long-duration seismic events during hydraulic stimulation of shale and tight-gas reservoirs — Part 1: Waveform characteristics, 78(6), KS97-KS10
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  • ...illy''' has rendered a number of important contributions to the Society of Exploration ...and the geophysical community as a whole. He has served as a guest editor and
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  • '''Ramesh Neelamani''' earned his PhD at Rice University (2003) and is currently employed at ExxonMobil Production Company. His principal impact to date has been in practical
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  • his distinguished contributions to exploration geophysics. Bardan is a senior geophysicist at Prospectiuni S. A. and at
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  • energetic service to the geophysical community and to SEG. During his career, Ron was general chairman of SEG's International Exposition and 68th Annual Meeting in 1998, was chairman of the Technical
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  • ...ent 1916), through the seismic refraction method. Among the many accolades and awards in Berlin and at the Technical University in Aachen under Professor
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  • SEG is honoring '''Jim Rickenbacker''' and [[John Sallas]] with the ...mic vibrators, technology that resulted in deterministic source signatures and caused a step change improvement in
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  • SEG is honoring [[Jim Rickenbacker]] and '''John Sallas''' with the ...mic vibrators, technology that resulted in deterministic source signatures and caused a step change improvement in
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  • ...cent contributions have contributed to our understanding of beam migration and other true-amplitude imaging issues. He won the SEG [[Maurice Ewing Medal]] ...d seismic imaging in simple, understandable language for fellow geologists and geophysicists who are not familiar with seismic imaging, he also has
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  • ...x related to the elimination of free surface multiples and the attenuation and elimination of internal multiples. ...ote address for the '''SEG/KOC Workshop: Seismic Multiples, the Challenges and the Way Forward” in Kuwait December 3-5.'''
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  • asset and is a leader and consultant for the upstream sector of the Oil and Gas industry. ...l Member and a SEG [[Life Membership|Lifetime Membership]] Award recipient and has received
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  • '''John Sumner''' is receiving Life Membership for his many technical and service contributions to ...ucation Committee, First Vice-President (Technical Activities), President, and Editor.
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  • '''Moses B. Widess (1911-1998)''', was a pioneer in seismic exploration and was a recipient of SEG's [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal Award]] in 1977. ...morial <ref>Dudley, D., Krider, E., Widess, P., Schmitt, D., Burianyk, M., and Sherif, H. (1999). ”Memorials.” ''The Leading Edge'', 18(2), 275–277.
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  • ...s fluid-subsitution techniques that are employed in all seismic amplitude and AVO interpretations. Stanford as a graduate student, his contribution to applied geophysics and SEG extends well beyond that work. As a friend, it has
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  • '''Robert Greaves''' and [[Terry Fulp]] are receiving the Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal for their pione ...d movement in the reservoir, but also tied the seismic changes to the rock and
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  • | MSc =Geophysics and Planetary physics March and TLE Editorial Board member [[Satinder Chopra]] took
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  • Geophysical Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, USA, in 1993, and his Ph.D. in Geophysics also at the Colorado School of Mines in 1997. ...behavior of wave propagation. He is also interested in seismic acquisition and processing of near surface data for better near surface treatment.
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  • ...ald Fessenden Award (formerly Medal Award)|Medal Award]] of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists was established available the major interest came from exploration seismologists. Regional
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  • | MSc = Geophysics and Seismology ..., concentrating on North America, China, Australia, South America, Russia, and Eurasia.
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  • he provided technical and business stewardship of ExxonMobil's global production geophysics activity, including 4D seismic. ...Seismic Wave Attenuation (1981), Reservoir Geophysics (1992), and Methods and Applications in Reservoir Geophysics (2010), all published by the SEG. He s
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  • ...g; characterization of reservoir rock properties using seismic anisotropy; and anisotropic AVO analysis. ...CRGC has been the driving force for industry research in the Department of Exploration Geophysics, Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia.
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  • ...the company. In 1967, he started his own company, Input/Output, designing and manufacturing seismic data instrumentation equipment, where he holds the ti
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  • ...ies. She has authored or co-authored seven papers in professional journals and three more have been submitted to Geophysics. She has also, with four other ...m and framework for understanding and addressing all target identification and inversion problems.
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  • Finance Committee, and chairman of the SEG Foundation ...mittee. He is also a current and very active member of the Development and Production, Geoscience Center,
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  • ...attributes and velocity to reservoir properties.<ref>SEG Honors and Awards and Presidential Session, Official Program, SEG Annual Meeting, 4PM Sunday, 26 There are many technical and business chasms to transcend in our industry. One class of chasm that is ha
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  • ...rvice to SEG—in particular the area of fostering a greater understanding and awareness of seismic effects ...ustry, academia, governments, professional societies (including AAPG, SEG, and SPE),
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  • that began in the mid-1990s and continues today. In 1995, Richard ...ommittee that initiated the network development of the SEG Business Office and its
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  • ...(TTI) case. Rob is also being honored for the clarity of his publications and lectures in the area of anisotropic migration. ''Contributed by [[Larry Lines]] and [[Donald C. Lawton|Don Lawton]]''
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  • ...w ‘92, the historic first geophysical meeting and exposition between SEG and the ...role in forming the Russian Section of SEG. Without Georgiy’s leadership and
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  • SEG is honoring '''Exxon Production Research Company''' with its Distinguished Achievement Award for inventing and
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  • ...uires no velocity or structural information below the level of the sources and detectors. ...rivial generalization of the marine streamer case: Ken provided an elegant and accessible solution in his thesis.
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  • ''Seismic migration problems and solutions,''] ''GEOPHYSICS'' 66(5):1622 ...le array might be used between seismic surveys, and characterizing sources and noise in deep water ocean-bottom-seismic Gulf of Mexico data so that we mig
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  • ...e efforts of a committee chaired by Lee Lawyer, which undertook the design and execution of a one-year celebration that included section involvement, a lu ...ers who have provided a living collection of our history, accomplishments, and character.
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  • [[Thomas Fulton]], and [[D. G. (Gene) Womack]]— with Special Commendation for their service to our profession, our Society, and the public in their roles as volunteers in development of programs
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  • ...ers who have provided a living collection of our history, accomplishments, and character.<ref>[[Special Commendation]]</ref> ...ion of this magnitude does not just happen; it must be designed, promoted, and executed. This very successful year-long
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  • '''Thomas K. Fulton (20 December 1930 - 7 August 2009)''' was a well known and well respected geophysicist ...Tom was a member of the Geophysical Society of Houston and the Society of Exploration
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  • The Honors and Awards Committee unanimously recommends [[Martha Lou Broussard]], [[Jamie W [[Randi S. Martinsen]], [[Mary Beth Hattaberg]], and [[Katharine Lee Avary]] for
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  • | BSc =Earth and Space Science | Company = University of Wyoming, Department of Geology and Geophysics
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  • The Honors and Awards Committee unanimously recommends [[Martha Lou Broussard]], [[Jamie W [[Randi S. Martinsen]], [[Mary Beth Hattaberg]], and [[Katharine Lee Avary]] for
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  • The Honors and Awards Committee unanimously recommends [[Martha Lou Broussard]], [[Jamie W [[Randi S. Martinsen]], [[Mary Beth Hattaberg]], and [[Katharine Lee Avary]] for
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  • ...1921, the young Funkhouser’s interest in geology was sparked by the rock and fossil collection of his older brother, Harold. ...a Chevron Director in 1973 and continued as Vice-President Exploration and Production until his retirement in 1986.
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  • Kansas State University, Manhattan. In 1982–1991, he worked for Exxon Production Research ...sferred to Exxon Exploration Company (now ExxonMobil Exploration Company), and he is now with the geophysical operations group. He is in field supervision
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  • | Company = Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering ...throughs resulting in tangible efficiency improvements in data acquisition and full-waveform inversion. In the spring of 2019, he served as the SEG Distin
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  • ...eason to expect that he would continue for many years the active, leading, and inquiring role which he played in the Schlumberger organization. life: either to stay near his family home, serve in the Prussion Army, and become a German subject; or to leave Alsace forever in order to remain a Fr
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  • |Goal = To connect those passionate about the science of applied geophysics and provide the necessary tools to make a difference |Who = All SEG members and participants at the Annual Meeting, regardless of wiki experience
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  • BSc, Hon Life Member Society of Exploration Geophysicists, FAusIMM, FAICD ...n of South Australia through the honorary award of Life Membership in 2010 and being nominated as a Fellow in 2012.
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  • | MSc = Geology and Geophysics ...ecently formed programs on unconventional hydrocarbon resource development and cyber-physical security systems for energy infrastructures.
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  • ...uished Achievement Award to [[WesternGeco]] for recognizing the benefit of and allotting significant financial resources to the research and development of high-channel-count single-sensor seismic acquisition systems
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  • .../ Center for Gravity, Electrical and Magnetic studies: People] </ref> Yaoguo Li’s lengthy record of contributions and
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  • and [[Mark A. Zumberge]] received the 2003 SEG [[Best Paper]] in Geophysics Awa ...been CEO of Quad Geometrics Norway. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, AGU, SPE and NGF.
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  • ...nal processing]] concludes with a section on the basic processing sequence and guidelines for quality control in processing. ...ismic wave|seismic wavelet]] to approximately a [[Dictionary:spike|spike]] and suppressing [[Dictionary:reverberation|reverberations]] on some field data
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  • ...processing]] through [[Introduction to 3-D seismic exploration|3-D seismic exploration]] is based on data modeling. ...The CMP gather can be reconstructed by applying inverse moveout correction and summing over the velocity axis. This inverse transformation is represented
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  • | BS = geology and geophysics ...alt-related mode conversions on subsalt prospecting.''<ref> Ogilvie, J. S. and G. W. Purnell (199) [
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  • ...r ''Bullwinkle: A unique 3D experiment.''<ref> O'Connell, J. K., M. Kohli, and S. Amos (1993), [ ''Bu Scott Amos received a B.Sc. in geology from Wichita State University in 1979 and an M.Sc. in 1981
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  • | Company = Exxon Production Research Co. ...[ ''Peg-leg multiples and dipping reflectors''], ''Geophysics'' 42(5):957.</ref>
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  • | BSc = Chemistry and Physics my mind: kindness, honesty, hardworking, seeking perfection, generosity and wisdom.” <ref name=geoexpro /><ref>[
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  • [[Andrey Bakulin]], [[Alexander Sidorov]], [[Boris Kashtan]], and [[Mikko Jaaskelainen]] received 2008 [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]] for University in Sweden and is a senior research engineer (optics) at Bellaire Technology Center.
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  • ...and Senior Fellow in the Precourt Institute for Energy. He holds BE, PhD and DSc degrees from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, all in Engineerin Geothermal Association (IGA) Board 1998-2001, 2001-2004, and 2007-2010, and was the 2010-2013 President of IGA.
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  • | Membership =EAGE and SEG ...ank Adler]], [[Reda Baina]], [[Mohamed Amine Soudani]], [[Pierre Cardon]], and [[Jean-Baptiste Richard]] received 2008 [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]]
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  • ...ank Adler]], [[Reda Baina]], [[Mohamed Amine Soudani]], [[Pierre Cardon]], and [[Jean-Baptiste Richard]] received 2008 [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]] received a B.Sc. (2001) from the École Centrale Paris, France, and an M.Sc. (2002)
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  • ...nd recording time, Geophysics, v. 46, p. 1392-1397. Lynn, H.B., L.D. Hale, and G.A. Thompson, Seismic reflections from the basal contacts of batholiths, J ...luable knowledge base for scientists, researchers, students, teachers, and exploration geophysicists.
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  • with a huge range of scientific and economic impacts, and the relationships you start building now
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  • '''Steven L. Bryant''' holds B.E. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering from Vanderbilt University and the University of Texas at Austin. He is assistant professor in
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  • ...g the progress of an interpretation and ultimately for enabling successful and timely achievement of project objectives. ...f work flows based on experience gained from working on different projects and sharing knowledge with other interpreters.
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  • ...n]]. On the other hand, [[3-D migration]] of 3-D data provides an adequate and detailed 3-D image of the subsurface, leading to a more reliable interpreta ...ey is done by laying out a number of receiver lines parallel to each other and placing the shotpoints in the perpendicular direction (swath shooting).
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  • ...erse process of seismic [[migration]]. As such, both seismic [[migration]] and seismic wavefield modeling algorithms are based on the wave equation. ...ngredient of the modeling process is wavefield extrapolation in time ''t'' and collecting the result at depth ''z'' = 0. Both processes use wave equation
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  • ...depositional sequences (the overburden), and prestack depth [[migration]] and [[image gathers|image-gather]] analysis applied within the zone below the u ...sponds to the top of the volcanic layer. (Data courtesy BP Exploration and Production.)
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  • ...m, and the crossline trace spacing is 25 m before [[trace interpolation]] and 12.5 m after [[trace interpolation]]. ...sion procedures for earth modeling]] in depth to estimate layer velocities and delineate reflector geometries.
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  • ...m, and the crossline trace spacing is 25 m before [[trace interpolation]] and 12.5 m after [[trace interpolation]]. We want to conduct a layer-by-layer earth model estimation, and use the following combinations of inversion methods:
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  • Examination of the earth image volume in time (Figure 10.7-2) and the velocity field (Figure 10.7-4) leads to the following characterization ...chstein may influence the geometry of the target level — base Zechstein, and therefore, it may have to be included in the earth model.
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  • ...tation of the measurements is influenced by the changing medical knowledge and experience of the cardiologist. ...', thus the term 4-D seismic method to describe the time-lapse 3-D seismic exploration.
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  • ...ce data volume, the individual data volumes themselves are also visualized and interpreted. ...m the image volumes associated with the 1996 survey and 1997 survey before and after cross-equalization. The bubbles correspond to the location of the inj
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  • ...''S''-wave reflectivity as an AVO attribute (equations {{EquationNote|37}} and {{EquationNote|49}}). a ''P''-wave source. (An ''S''-wave source would have generated ''SS'' and ''SP'' data.)
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  • resources located offshore but also it's supporting infrastructure and refining capability onshore<ref> ...pth migration algorithms have made processing data near salt more accurate and reliable.<ref name=":2" />
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  • ...minerals, [[hydrocarbons]], geothermal reservoirs, groundwater reservoirs, and other geological structures. ...ysical differences between rocks that contain ore deposits or hydrocarbons and those without.
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  • ...Award]] 2014 <ref> SEG Honors and Awards Ceremony ''in'' Official Program and Exhibitors Directory, SEG Denver 26-31 October 2014 p.36-49.</ref> == ...this work, nearly 150 students have earned advanced degrees in geophysics and related disciplines. RCP has achieved many accomplishments in going from se
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  • | publisher = [[Society of Exploration Geophysicists]] peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the [[Society of Exploration Geophysicists]]. The current editor-in-chief is [[Jeffrey Shragge|Dr. Jeffr
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  • ...October 2016, Omni Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballroom, International Exposition and Eighty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Dallas, Tx, p, 10.</ref>== ...[Jack Dvorkin]], as well as with awards by EAGE, SPE, Stanford University, and University of Wyoming.
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  • ...ld Camp 2008|Romanian-German Joint Field Camp in 2008]]. Their experiences and knowledge were of great profit for all participants of this project. ...nexperienced students the possibility to train their skills in acquisition and processing techniques.
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  • ...tiny fragments (silt-sized particles) of other minerals, especially quartz and calcite. The ratio of clay to other minerals is variable.[1] Shale is chara ...ains, river deltas or lakes. With the right amount of organic matter (TOC) and burial history, shale deposits organic matter (or kerogen) can turn into ex
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  • ...p]] in recognition of her outstanding contributions and commitments to SEG and the geophysical community over 20-plus years. Sally has been a member of SE ...r Geophysical Society (1989). Sally continues to be active in the industry and the community.
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  • ...ers''' received a B.A. in physics from the University of Lancaster, U. K., and a D.I.C. in mathematical physics and a Ph.D. in physics from Imperial College, London, U. K. He joined Shell’s
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  • ...industry professionals through her own clear understanding of rock physics and perceptive questioning of her students. ...Adam]], [[Amos Nur]], and [[Sergio Chávez-Pérez]]<ref>(2017). ”Honors and Awards.” The Leading Edge, 36(10), 806–819. {{doi|10.1190/tle36100806.1
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  • | PhD = Exploration Geophysics == The 2021 SEG [[Reginald Fessenden Award]] <ref> 2021. Honors and Awards. The Leading Edge 40(11), 786–864. {{doi|10.1190/tle40110842.1}} <
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  • | PhD = Exploration Geophysics ...his own money to fund the enterprise, and managed the company. The methods and software that Geoff created have been leading-edge contributions to the int
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  • ...ent of Montserrat.</ref> These high costs use up valuable foreign exchange and reduce the competitiveness of local industries. The government of Montserra ...:MontserratFigure1.png|thumb|450px|center|Figure 1: Location of Montserrat and the geothermal project area (figure copied from EGS (2014)).]]
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  • ...iences]]. Geological engineers often become licensed as both [[engineers]] and [[geologists]]. There are thirteen geological-engineering (or geoengineerin *Missouri University of Science and Technology
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  • ...geophysical datasets, in order to better constrain the geophysical problem and to decrease uncertainty. <br /> ...range from greenfield exploration in the mining sector to freshwater table and reservoir monitoring. <br />
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  • ..., through feasibility study, mine design, development of plans, production and operations to mine closure. ...ies, but also with the mitigation of damage to the environment both during and after mining as a result of the change in the mining area.
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  • ==Four years later... what's new in acquisition, imaging, and interpretation?== ...Gulf of Mexico have been carpeted with WAZ (several times over in places) and RTM has become everybody’s favorite imaging algorithm.
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  • ==Seismic Uncertainties and Their Impact== ...o the users of the earth model in other disciplines including drilling and production.
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  • .... However, the effectiveness of the use of geophysical technologies varies and is still facing many challenges. ...erstanding and providing information for integrity of wellbore, reservoirs and seals, as well as practice in HSE.
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  • ==Unconventional Resources: What do we know and what is the road ahead?== ...ay of geophysical technologies and integration can help in exploration and production of these resources.
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  • ==List of Development and Production Forums (D&Ps)== *2014: [[Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring with Advanced Geophysical Technology]] (SEG D&P 2014)<br />Santa
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  • ...rvoir rate of return in low [[Dictionary:Permeability|permeability]] rocks and in areas with thin reservoirs. It was also used as a way to prevent oil or at one depth interval. Horizontal wells are drilled paralleling the top and bottom surfaces of the target reservoir or source rock to obtain maximum co
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  • with seismic data, landforms can be observed that were produced in past and now are buried deep.’s landforms reflect the local and regional balance between hydrologic and tectonic processes.<ref name=":0" />
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  • ...entists must use any data they have collected such as cores, logs, seismic and other surveys to: * Obtain a water resistivity value and calculate [ water
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  • ...or even available, as the commercial service now commonly used in the oil and gas industry. has been invaluable, exemplifying the ethical and
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  • ...ions from industry practitioners on how integrated teams, integrated data, and integrated interpretations have accelerated success in their business. ...difficult and diverse reservoir hydrocarbons. The creation, visualization and exploitation of multidisciplinary shared earth models are the goals of the
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  • ...tion. Geosource was primarily owned by North American Rockwell Corporation and DLJ Capital Corporation, a subsidiary of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. ...geophysical recording instrumentation, data-processing systems, geophones, and geophone cables.
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  • ...on operations, as opposed to <b>upstream</b> operations of exploration and production.
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  • ...October 2016, Omni Dallas Hotel, Dallas Ballroom, International Exposition and Eighty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Dallas, Tx, p, 26.</ref>== ...SEG has given two Fessenden Awards to people who expanded the ideas of Xu and Lambaré, but we have failed to recognize the duo who initiated the idea.
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  • ...p]] in recognition of her outstanding contributions and commitments to SEG and the geophysical community over 20-plus years. ...rman, treasurer, secretary, vice president, and president (of both the SEG and the Denver Geophysical Society). Her leadership has provided SEG the prover
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  • * "Well tops", i.e., depth of geological layers encountered in oil and gas wells. * Velocity measurements made in oil and gas wells.
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  • ...d and published on these subjects at geophysical conferences and workshops and has been an invited speaker on land seismic. His current interests include ...h time in search of Arabian giants – Oil/gas fields, recording channels, and petabytes''. A [
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  • ...responsibility, in exploration, production, technology, strategic planning and business improvement. ...ned three continents, with leadership roles at Mobil, Saudi Aramco, Texaco and Kerr-McGee. After 35 years in the Energy Industry she transferred to the ac
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  • | MSc = Geology; Computational Sciences and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin at Madison ...tural geology and an interdisciplinary MS degree in computational sciences and geophysics.
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  • ...tments in this chapter: Internal, External, Documentation and Publication, and Monetary Departments. 1. Creating network and
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  • ...basins through sharing best practices and solutions to common exploration and development problems. ...e Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region itself, the production of oil and gas from conventional reservoirs associated with intrashelf basins has prov
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  • ...esolving the onshore near surface, shallow water, unconventional resources and offshore subsalt. ...t optimally meets our resolution and imaging objectives in exploration and production seismic. It has the potential to include a comprehensive computational simu
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  • ...technological breakthroughs in presalt and subsalt exploration, appraisal, and development through a multi-disciplinary approach. ...s for exploration, appraisal and development, posing significant technical and commercial challenges for the oil industry.
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  • ...nologies related to shale gas plays and the trend of shale gas development and exploitation. * Shale gas business and outlook
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  • ...nty of position. Integrating the velocity model with sonic data (log data) and surface seismic data provides the best use of the microseismic data. ...10 Hz). Passive Seismicity is a real-time Microseismic record of the body and provides continuous footage of what is happening in the earth as industrial
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  • ...und in Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan, Venezuela, Argentina, Russia, California and in China. <ref name=far> [ form reservoirs in many parts of the world. Reservoir quality varies and most benefit from natural fractures since the majority of these reservoirs
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  • ...s and in identifying major fault or fracture events for use in hydrocarbon exploration. Since its advent around the year 2000, microseismic interpretation/monitor ...l to Noise Ratio, the higher the SNR the lower the level of uncertainty is and the lower the SNR the higher the level of uncertainty is (refer to the firs
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  • ...ionship between depth and acoustic impedance. DHIs are used in hydrocarbon exploration wells, mainly to reduce the geological risks. ...ial traps could be, the volume of such traps, as well as our uncertainties and risks. <ref name=":1">ExxonMobil, 2005, Data Analysis, [http://archives.aap
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  • ...y to develop and improve their geophysical skills by different activities, and promoting all the benefits to be a member of the SEG ...ills its mission through its publications, conferences, forums, Web sites, and educational opportunities.
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  • ...iveness are the reasons why many engineers became a competent to the model and its development. <ref>Reservoir Simulation. (n.d.). Retrieved March 21, 20 ..., respectively, the horizontal (x-y) geometry, the vertical (x-z) geometry and the radial (r-z) geometry. <ref>Odeh, A. (1969). Reservoir Simulation ...W
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  • ...North Sea was one of the most active drilling regions in the world for oil and natural gas<ref>Swartz, Kenneth I. (16 April 2015). "Setting the Standard" ...ated 23,000 acres. The Forties Formation is composed of a shale unit below and a sandstone unit above which was deposited in a [[Dictionary:Basin-floor fa
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  • ==Seismic Resolution: Vertical and Horizontal== ...eral displaced features on the single interface.<ref name=":0">Kallweit R. and L. Wood, 1982, Geophysics, 47. No. 07, 1035-1046.</ref>
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  • ...<ref name=RogerT2007 /> and here is where the information becomes dynamic and can be used as a technical tool to support the decision making process acco ...fforts fueled a quantitative revolution in the world of geographic science and laid the groundwork for GIS.”
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  • ...ery important. Today with the technological development of shale tight oil and shale gas this formation has become one of the world’s largest shale play ...10269482.]</ref>.The depth of Vaca Muerta ranges from 3,000 to 10,000 feet and contains an overpressure condition of 0.6 to 1.0 psi/ft <ref name=Converse-
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  • ...os. She found that using sweetness, higher frequency events were devalued, and low frequency events were highlighted, ex. large, homogenous sand bodies. ...ine sweetness, you must first understand several other seismic attributes, and how they relate to the Sweetness display:
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  • ...ents, incorporating numerical modeling and comparisons between predictions and measurement. As noted by one nominator: “These studies provide insight fo ...ersity of Science and Technology in China, we continued our collaboration, and more importantly, our friendship.
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  • platform to our students & members to explore the field of Geophysics and to improve in all important aspects which helps them to excel in their care ...ists), '''IGU''' (Indian Geophysical Union), and '''AEG''' (Association of Exploration Geophysicists), saw enthusiastic assemble of students for the induction.
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  • ...ed by having a higher percentage of lighter materials such as Methane (c1) and Ethane (c2). [[File:Fig 1 .png|thumb|446x446px|'''Fig. 1''' Central Arabia basin location and formations. (Al-saad et al. 2016)]]
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  • ...5.jpg|thumb|'''Figure 1:''' The location of Woodford field in Arkoma basin and other famous formations in North America.]] [[File:Fig.4.jpg|thumb|400x400px|'''Figure 2:''' Locations of Arkoma basin and other basins in Oklahoma]]
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  • ...nd business associates, helped to celebrate his life through their stories and reminiscences at his home. His ashes were scattered from a float plane ove with edits and additional comments by Richard Proctor
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  • | MSc university = Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Geology and Geophysics applied geophysics through his research, extensive publication record, and collaboration with some of the world's leading scientists in the field.
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  • ...ery (EOR)|enhanced oil recovery methods]] (EOR), such as [[Dictionary:Huff and puff|Huff-n-Puff]]. ...agle Ford Shale Information. (accessed on October 2019)</re
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  • ...nergy with sediments exceedingly approximately 35,000 ft beneath the upper and lower [[Depositional system|deltaic plains]]. the Gulf of Guinea. It is ranked one of the best petroleum reserves for production.]]
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  • ...t, R. A. The greater anadarko basin; an overview of petroleum exploration and development. ''Circular - Oklahoma Geological Survey, 90'', 13-24. 1989. Pr ...ref> The basin is bordered to the south by the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen and its development is primarily driven by the formation.
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  • ...nate reservoirs at a depth of 120 meters (under the water). Therefore, oil production began on August 1977 in the Enchova field at a water depth of 124 meters us ...pre-salt. There are more than twenty oil producing fields in Santos basin, and some of them are named after typical Brazilian marine species. By 2013, hug
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  • Petroleum System of the South Caspian Basin Province, Azerbaijan, Iran, and Turkmenistan''. Retrieved from ...and Kopet-Dagh) are the main sources of the Pliocene-Quaternary sediments, and they are found in a rapidly subsiding basin. These sediments are nearly 10
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  • ...ting the unequal distribution of magnetic forces within the earth's crust, and these anomalies are expected due to the variations in the physical properti ...ormed. During eruptions, the magnetic field usually changes as magma heats and deforms the dome. (Credit: Topinka, Lyn. Public domain.)]]
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  • ...such as thickness, net-to-gross ratio, pore fluid, porosity, permeability and water saturation. ...llow more wells to be explored, developed and to finally produce their oil and gas reserves successfully.
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  • ...rithms to seismic, stratigraphic, paleontological, petrophysical, well log and geologic data to reconstruct the evolution of sedimentary basins. ...output in 1D, 2D or 3D, and through time. Most of the following discussion and examples obtain to 3D modeling; if the time dimension is included, the mode
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  • .... P. (1995). ''Exploration seismology''. Cambridge university press.</ref> and Rosa (2018)<ref name=":4">Rosa, A.L.R. (2018). Análise do sinal sísmico. ...ies. A<sub>0</sub> specifies the gradual decrease of amplitude with offset and 𝜎 is the [[Poisson's ratio]].
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  • ...uction and consequently, the acquisition of data e.g. cores, well logs, 3D and [[4-D seismic method]] * Deposited on the continental slope and in the basin
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  • ...s amplitude vs. time, showing RMS(A<sub>RMS</sub>), peak (A<sub>PK</sub>), and peak-to-peak (A<sub>PP</sub>) amplitude.]] ...Princeton|[3]]]</sup> It’s also known as the quadratic mean of amplitude and is a particular case of the generalized mean with exponent 2.
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  • ...oleum,” thanks to its Gilcrease Museum, and in 1998 the mural is restored and installed at the Tulsa International Airport.
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  • other student leaders in the geophysics industry, share best practices, and advance their technical knowledge through participating in SEG-sponsored me ...rams, from courses to workshops, company visits, and the SEG Distinguished and Honorary lecture program. All persons interested in the science of geophysi
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  • ...sin]. The Delaware Basin covers around 6.4 million acres in far West Texas and South Eastern New Mexico. It is located in an arid southwestern portion of ...d a period of decline. <ref>Mcrae, Shaun. “Crude Oil Price Differentials and Pipeline Infrastructure.” National Bureau of Economic Research, December
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  • ...todayinenergy/detail.php?id=41053</nowiki></ref> Crude oil and natural gas production figures in the basin have risen in recent years with the onset of horizonta ...f the traps are deep beneath several layers of rock that make it difficult and often uneconomic to pursue these formations. <ref name=wyoming>Wyoming Geol
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  • ...he Sacramento Basin has been extensively explored for petroleum resources, and more than 10 trillion cubic feet of natural gas have been produced.<ref>Sch ...n depth assessment of the basin and its potential in producing natural gas and oil.
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  • The Denver Basin is an oil and gas producing basin located primarily in Northeastern Colorado. ...yoming, Northern Colorado, and small parts of Western Kansas and Nebraska, and it envelopes over 70,000 square miles of the region.
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  • ...ion.htm.</ref>The LA Basin is California’s most prolific producing basin and known for its oil per unit ratio. [[File:MapofLABasin.jpg|thumb|The Los Ang ...production began to decline. While new production isn’t as prominent as production years ago, there are still many reminders of the industry that helped devel
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  • Upper Devonian Shale], which is where the majority of production comes from in the Appalachian Basin. ...production. The stratigraphy plays a large factor in the basin's abundant production, as the basin contains a multitude of rich petroleum units throughout the s
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  • ...liston basin consists of the Bakken formation, lower Lodgepole, Pronghorn, and upper Three Forks. <ref name="Sonnenberg">Sonnenberg, Stephen. “The Upper === ''Tectonic and Sedimentary History'' ===
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  • This basin is considered a [ foreland basin] due to its proximity to t Traps and seals
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  • | Latest company = Amoco Production Company ...e to America. So, exploration for domestic supplies of oil was heating up, and Erik found an opportunity to join that effort, with [[Western Geophysical ]
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  • ...Professional Award, the American Chemical Society New Investigator Award, and the SPE Mid-Continent Formation Evaluation Award. ...ds and interpretation techniques that directly benefit the development and production of hydrocarbon reservoirs.
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  • [[File:Example_image.png|thumb|''Pegasus Basin and Surrounding Basins'', ...sidence and subduction, ancient and modern. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 58(4), 319-343. doi:10.1080/00288306.2015.1076862]</ref>
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  • == Intro and History == ...from Shell unit''. Oil & Gas Journal. <nowiki>
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  • ...tle=Hugoton_Gas_Field&oldid=988087673/ Hugoton Field] of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas.<ref name="USGS" ></ref> .../index.php?title=Fruitland_Formation&oldid=990633404/ Fruitland Formation] and Mancos Shale) <ref name="Fassett">
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  • [[File:Taranaki Basin.jpg|thumb|777x777px|Map and Cross Section of Taranaki Basin]] ...,000 square kilometers<ref>[PDF]. (n.d.). Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
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  • ...n Southern Oklahoma. The primary source rock in the basin is Pennsylvanian and Ordovician sandstones. The hydrocarbons produced are mostly oil with relati ...rge businesses found their beginnings in the basin including Noble Energy, and Halliburton. [[ExxonMobil]] is the dominant producer with more than 270,000
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  • Map of both the Cooper and Eromanga Basin ...The Cooper-Eromanga basin is Australia’s most prolific oil and gas basin and continues to yield new discoveries.<ref name=":0" />
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  • ...CL and HPCL) in association with the Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB) and with an academic mentorship from IIT Kanpur. The Institute is associating w ...rtance status and a governance structure similar to that available to NITs and IITs. It admits undergraduate students from the rank list of students who h
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  • ...eering in geophysics and geodesy; Surveying engineering; Civil Engineering and geography, from the National University of Tucumán, in Argentina. The Chap ...ts members. Our activities include courses, webinars, conferences, forums, and so forth.
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  • == The 2020 SEG [[Reginald Fessenden Award]] <ref> Honors and Awards Ceremony Program, SEG Annual Meeting, 13 Oct 2020, Houston </ref> == by [[Mrinal Sen]] and [[Bin Wang]]
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  • ...d now widely used in industry and academia. He is a member of SEG and EAGE and a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, London. [[Max A. Meju]] and [[Luis Alonso Gallardo]] received the 2019 SEG [[Reginald Fessenden Award]]
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  • ...ica. He has also worked on near surface imaging projects for environmental and geotechnical applications. [[Max A. Meju]] and [[Luis Alonso Gallardo]] received the 2019 SEG [[Reginald Fessenden Award]]
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  • Potential and Stratigraphy of Pedregosa Basin: Comparison witli Permian and Orogrande Basins’''. 22.</ref> ...and do not hold significant hydrocarbon value. In addition both intrusive and extrusive rocks were emplaced at this time but it appears the overall effec
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  • ...Geological Survey.(2018, May).The Uinta Basin of eastern Utah showing oil and gas fields. Retrieved 19 April, 2021 from ==='''Uinta's Geological and Production History''' ===
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  • ...e region. Resulting in a great increase in overall production in crude oil and gas in Australia. ...n the Basin's history has been very difficult . Though increased surveying and study if the region has increased to correlate with the increased interest
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  • ...ity, Office of Oil, Gas, and Minerals. (2013). Hydraulic Fracturing of Oil and Gas Wells in Michigan. Retrieved April 5, 2021, from <nowiki>https://www.mi ...1.png|thumb|'''Fig 1.''' The Michigan basin, relative to the Appalachian and Illinois basins. <ref name=":5" />]]
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  • ...clude Arauca, Casanare, Meta, portions of eastern Boyaca and Cundinamarca, and southernmost Norte de Santander. ...ion waters in the Llanos foreland basin of Colombia: geochemical variation and fluid flow history. Wiley Online Library.
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  • ...of [[Natural gas|'''<u>natural gas</u>''']] in the United Sates. Its peak production for natural gas was in 2012 when the average reached 5.74 Bcf/d.<ref>https: ...on the formation. This, and with the use of horizontal drilling, increased production exponentially opening new underdeveloped areas up for commercial extracting
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  • ...The Pattani Basin is located in the Gulf of Thailand. (Courtesy of Bustin and Chonchawalit, 2010)]] ...exploration programs.<ref>Bustin, R. M., and A. Chonchawalit. “Formation and Tectonic Evolution of the Pattani Basin, Gulf of Thailand.” ''Internation
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  • South Basin.[]]] ...n in the Great South and Canterbury Basins, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 40:4, 405-423, DOI: 10.1080/00288306.1997.9514773</ref>
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  • ...hat have extending impact to the entirety of the National technical fields and the international student communities. '''Address:  '''Faculty of Petroleum and Mining Engineering Suez University El-salam 1 43511 Suez Egypt, Arab Republ
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  • be underexplored with only two oil producing fields Shaybah and Ramlah, and one gas field Kidan[1] ...ff Formation[3] that included rock types such as halite and [[anhydrite]]. And during the Early Triassic the tectonic movement slowly changes into a passi
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  • ...tern Nevada.|alt=Figure 1. Location of Eastern Great Basin in western Utah and eastern Nevada.]] ...Basin Desert, is a very large area of land that gets very little rainfall and has its own internal draining system where no water within it reaches an oc
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  • ...hafalaya area over the years, the Mississippi river has changed its course and dumping a lot less water into the basin. == Primary Geological Risks and Uncertainties ==
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  • .... ...newly developed drilling technologies such as [[Microseismic|3-D seismic]] and [[Dictionary:Directional drilling|directional drilling]], since 2006, the M
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  • [[File:West Siberian Basin Stratigraphic column.png|thumb|North and Central Part of West Siberian Basin]] ...ural Map <ref>Ulmishek, G. (n.d.). USGS bulletin 2201-G: PETROLEUM geology and resources of the West SIBERIAN Basin, Russia. Retrieved May 11, 2021, from
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  • ...for 80% of crude oil from Colorado— making it the highest producing oil and gas basin in Colorado. [[File:Denver Basin Location Map.png|thumb|Location and orientation of Denver-Julesburg Basin]]
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  • ...thian_Mountains|Carpathian Mountains]] and the Alps, along with the Danube and Tisza rivers dividing the basin in half.<ref name=":2">Wikipedia contributo ...ography of the Pannonian Basin region bordered by the Carpathian Mountains and Dinaric Alps.<ref name=":2" />
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  • ...on of Al-Jazira area. Geology of Al-Jazira Area, Iraqi bulletin of geology and Mining, special Issue No. 3: 33 – 48</ref> ...been discovered to be sourced in the Jurassic rocks and in the Cretaceous and Tertiary reservoirs in the Mesopotamian Foredeep Basin. Being one of the th
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  • ...,000 cubic meters of daily gas flow and 106.3 cubic meters of crude oil at exploration well Hu-1. This is located at the southern rim of the basin over 7,000 mete == Geologic Setting and Petroleum Elements ==
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  • ...ingfish basin is also surrounded by many other notable oil and gas fields, and each of these have been good energy producers for Australia for some time n Petroleum exploration began in the Kingfish basin in 1969. Since then it has produced over 1 Bill
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  • ...ific plate from the east. Thus creating a basin that is both compressional and tensional ...characteristics cause by both trans-Eurasia Tethys tectonism from the west and the circum-Pacific tensional. A series of thrust fault zones along the west
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  • ...evelopment as well as their future potential, the Mancos/Lowry, Mesaverde, and Green River have received the most attention. ...nd geologic assessment of oil and gas in the Uinta-Piceance Province, Utah and Colorado, U.S. Geological Survey.</ref>]]
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  • ...h stretches 1,500 miles from Mexico, through Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas and into Mississippi ...canic sediments. But, it contains some 15,000 feet of Paleozoic sediments, and is a little brother to the prolific [[Delaware Basin]] of West Texas.
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  • ...mulation.<ref name=":0" /> Drilling began in the early years of the 1900's and with continued success, the Zagros Basin will continue to be a sought after ** [[Help:Article template#Subheading|2.1 Traps and Seals]]
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  • ...'' Map of South America showing the location of the Paraguayan Chaco basin and its regional geologic setting. <ref>Celso Nazario Velázquez Ibarrola "Pote ...andayty Sub-Basin Case." IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food
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  • ...d immature at sea. Many companies have completed 2D and 3D seismic surveys and continued to drill multiple exploratory wells.<ref name=":0" /> ...|350x350px|'''Figure 1''' A salt map defining the structure of the onshore and offshore parts of the Kwanza basin.<ref>[
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  • ...terized by its v-shape and is located between the Browse Basin to its west and the Money Shoals Basin to the northeast. Alliance Oil Developments was the ...e of type II and type III kerogen, showing a high level of marine deposits and carbon deposits. The stratigraphy of the region is shown in '''figure 2'''.
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  • ...lyn E. Tennyson, Kristen R. Marra, Phuong A. Le, Heidi M. Leathers-Miller, and Geoffrey S. Ellis</ref> ...erate Bed. These also show prominent Muskrat Conglomerate Bed, excluding C and D.
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  • ...ts range from off-shore to onshore and the traps consist of unconventional and conventional reservoirs. ...eismic cross section of the Magallanes basin depicting the folds, thrusts, and petroleum systems.]]
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  • ...terest was sparked in other companies, drawing them out to begin their own exploration of the area. <ref name="Sutton" /> ...'Figure 1''' Outline of the Maracaibo Basin and where it lies in Venezuela and Columbia (Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository, 2021)]]
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  • ...ies-05-01309-g001-1024.png|thumb|'''Fig. 1''' General breakdown of the oil and gas concentrations in the Columbus Basin<ref name=":0">Marcelle-De Silva, J ...nd north-northwest oriented normal faults.<ref>Leonard, R. (1983). Geology and hydrocarbon accumulations, Columbus Basin, offshore trinidad: Abstract. ''A
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  • ...he Caspian region became a significant source of oil production for Russia and the Soviet Union. ...spian|south]]. Although the basin was created by pre-late Devonian rifting and spreading across the ocean crust, the exact time period of these events is
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  • ...home to an abundant amount of fossil fuels like petroleum gases and [[Oil and gas|oil]]. <ref>[]</ref>. ...velopment of extensive carbonate over most of the basin like the Ratnagiri and the Herra-Bassein basin. <ref>[]<
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  • ...carbonates, the Upper Triassic Keuper sandstones and the Lower Creataceous and Upper Triassic sandstones. As shown in Figure 2, the blue area represents w ...el. The Paris basin consists of conventional and unconventional reservoirs and is estimated to hold over 222 million barrels of unconventional oil.
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  • ...dditionally, the figure displays current plays, prospective plays, basins, and depths. ]] ...y, which has redefined Southern Texas as a breeding ground for hydrocarbon production. Moreover, the Eagle Ford play resource potential is estimated to be as hig
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  • .... However, these two countries have their own fields that equate to higher and more prolific amounts than their share of the Levantine Basin. ...sin in Eastern Mediterranean.” ''Science Direct'', Petroleum Exploration and Development , Aug. 2017, <nowiki>
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  • ...ainly resides in the districts of: Murzuq, Kufra, Al Wahat, Jufra, Mistra, and Sirte, as it extends north into the Gulf of Sirte. However, many of the sma ...illing in Libya (Ahlbrandt). However, these were removed right before 2000 and much drilling in Libya has picked back up (Ahlbrandt).
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  • ...png|thumb|The Songliao Basin is a sedimentary basin with high surroundings and a low center. Image by ...reservoirs happened during the cooling events in the late Nenjiang period and the late Mingshui period. [[File:Cross Section through Songliao Basin.png|t
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  • ...r the last decade. This makes it one of the most important targets for oil exploration in South America. <ref> ...riod, the majority of the petroleum in the northern part was driven upward and eastward parallel with bedding. Due to this, much of the petroleum entered
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  • ...there, drilling continued and expanded to over ten thousand wells drilled and twenty one oil fields discovered, each netting over one million barrels of></nowiki> </ref>Outline of the Forest City Basin|left]][[File
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  • of Precaspian Basin (Kazakhstan) - Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology.” ''SpringerLink'', Springer International Publishing, 7 Feb. ...f>Krylov, N A, et al. “Structure of Pre-Caspian Depression and Major Oil and Gas Fields of the Region.” ''AAPG Bulletin (American Association of Petro
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  • ...the North. New areas are still being explored and found in the basin today and the basin has a ton of untapped potential.[[File:Sergipe alagoas.jpg|alt=|l ...II module, is in the contracting planning phase and is scheduled to start production after the 2022-2026 Strategic Plan horizon.<ref>https://www.offshore-energy
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  • ...the discovery of oil there were a few follow-up discoveries of oil in 1964 and gas in 1971. ...1971. Following a steep decline in exploration activity in 2001 and 2002, exploration activity has increased in recent years.
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