At this year’s SEG in Denver, NEOS will join other great industry minds to share the latest case histories and technological advancements. Not only will we have a booth theater packed each day with presentations on real-world case studies and the latest innovations in MMI, but several of our geoscientists have been selected to share their knowledge on the big stage – SEG’s Technical Program.
Two of the presentations – A probabilistic approach to in-place volume estimation & Integrated interpretation – The value of connecting the multi-disciplinary dots were previously given at the SEG IQ Earth Forum this summer; and like any big hit, they were called back for an encore.
Everyone will be talking about MMI at SEG; don’t be left in the dark.
Geophysical characterization of the Precambrian basement in northwest Pennsylvania, U.S.
Soledad Velasco, Mohammed Kidwai
Monday, 27 October | 4:25 pm
Session: Thought Provoking Applications, Room 403
A probabilistic approach to in-place volume estimation
Thursday, 30 October | 2:00 pm
Session: The Best of the IQ Earth Forum Workshop
Integrated interpretation – The value of connecting the multi-disciplinary dots
Thursday, 30 October | 3:30 pm
Session: The Best of the IQ Earth Forum