Next week NEOS is returning to the Middle East, this time to the 2022 FIFA World Cup host nation of Qatar. While we may be a tad early for what some might consider (including yours truly) the most exciting tournament, ever, we’re still feeling well conditioned and ready to play at the [almost-as-exciting] International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) on the 19-22 January.
The IPTC is an annual event rotating between Asia Pacific and the Middle East and is a collaborative effort among the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG); the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE); the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG); and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Qatar Petroleum will serve as the host organization therefore bringing the conference this year to Doha.
As always, NEOS looks forward to the opportunity to share the value of our Multi-measurement Subsurface Interpretation methodology. But we’re also particularly thrilled that the IPTC is taking place right on the heels of the announcement of our new global program covering 6,00 square kilometers of onshore Lebanon.
Just like in basins such as Ventura, Appalachia, Denver-Julesburg and Neuquen, NEOS will work to deliver highly constrained subsurface images that reveal new insights from the basement to the surface of onshore Lebanon. For more information on our success stories please visit ThePotentialUnlocked.com.
Intrigued? Sounds like it’s time to grab your soccer/football sneakers/trainers and make your way to Doha. Then once at the IPTC, be sure to visit NEOS in the Geoscience & Reservoir Zone, Booth #E132. We’ll be there, rain or shine!