Visualizing & Predicting the Integrated Earth

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Earth Model Forum
Boston 2013
Date 4-8 August 2013
Location

Boston Park Plaza Hotel

Boston, MA USA

This forum displayed contributions from industry practitioners on how integrated teams, integrated data, and integrated interpretations have accelerated success in their business.

About

The exploration, development and production of oil and gas today demands multidisciplinary, integrated, subsurface evaluations built upon a broad range of diverse data that must be harmonized over the life-cycle of the field discovery and production. This forum displayed contributions from industry practitioners on how integrated teams, integrated data, and integrated interpretations have accelerated success in their business. These new ways of working, new types of data and new relationships provide insights into integration that are driving some of the most innovative and exciting changes occurring in our industry. They will serve as the basis for future improvements in safety, efficiency and effectiveness in our recovery of more difficult and diverse reservoir hydrocarbons. The creation, visualization and exploitation of multidisciplinary shared earth models are the goals of the IQ Earth Project.

Topics

The 2013 Earth Model Forum ("IQ Earth") welcomed papers on the following topics:

  • Interpretation case studies
  • Reservoir characterization
  • Quantitative risk reduction
  • Multidisciplinary visualization
  • Interdisciplinary prospecting
  • Geoinformatics
  • Borehole Geosciences
  • Integrated G&G modeling

Organizing Chairman

Chair:
Rocky Detomo, Omoted Geophysical Consulting

Sponsors

Statoil
Neos

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