Daniel Yergin on CNBC: A New Energy Future


Daniel Yergin, author of The Prize and Vice Chairman at IHS, offers his assessment of the current state of the oil markets in this interview on CNBC.

The text surrounding this piece is available by clicking on this link.

SEG Presentation: Neuquén Basin Case Study

DSC01694The next installment in our SEG Presentation Series, is a narrated presentation on a NEOS Case Study in the Neuquén Basin.

Tune in to discover how multi-measurement interpretation (MMI) has helped to highgrade Vaca Muerta shale acreage and identify prospective well locations in Argentina.

Access the presentation by clicking here or on the image below.

 

 

NEOS Returns to Argentina for the IAPG, and the Malbec

Earlier this month, NEOS, once again, participated in the 9th Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Congress and Exhibition, an event organized by the Exploration and Development Committee from the Argentinean Oil and Gas Institute (IAPG). Occurring every three years, this year’s congress and exhibition took place in Mendoza, Argentina, the world-renowned Malbec wine region.

Supported by a stellar technical program, it was rumored by some that the exhibition saw its highest turn out this year, as interests in the area remained heightened, with an impressive attendance of industry experts from around the globe. On the exhibition floor, major players set up to share and discover the latest technological developments in geophysics, geology and oil engineering.

NEOS has been active in the Neuquén region for many years. In 2014 we delivered Phase III of our Neuquén neoBASIN Program which included an additional 10,000 square kilometers of multi-measurement data, adjacent to Phase I in the western portion of the Basin. This data is now available, while phases IV&V are now in underwriting.

We are thrilled that the future remains promising in the Neuquén Basin, and for that, with Malbec in hand, we say – Salut!

Goldman Sachs: New Oil Order in 2015

Take the Quiz: How Millennial Are You?

Millennial QuizThe label ‘Millennial’ refers to those born after 1980, the first generation to ‘come of age’ in the new millennium. Generations, like people, have personalities, and Millennials have begun to forge theirs: confident, self-expressive, liberal, upbeat and open to change.

They are more ethnically and racially diverse than older adults. They’re less religious, less likely to have served in the military, and are on track to become the most educated generation in American history.

Take the short 14-question quiz by clicking here or on the image above to see if you think and act like a Millennial, regardless of your age.

SEG Presentation: An Introduction to NEOS and Multi-Physics Interpretation in Oil & Gas Exploration

SEG Booth TheaterLast week, NEOS joined 350 other companies, government agencies, and research and educational institutions at the 84th Annual Meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG).  NEOS exhibited from a new booth on the exhibition show floor featuring, for the first time ever, a booth theater.

Various presentations were delivered within the theater on an hourly basis during each day of the conference, providing visitors with overviews of our Multi-Measurement Interpretation (MMI) methodology, the technologies that underpin it, and the applications of MMI on various projects around the world.

In coming weeks, NEOS will be featuring narrated versions of the presentations on our blog, our web site, and various social media outlets including Facebook and LinkedIn.

Below is the first presentation in the series, an Overview of NEOS and Multi-Physics Interpretation as applied in oil & gas exploration.  You can access it by clicking here or on the image below.

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To access the NEOS events’ web page for this year’s SEG, click here.

The Thrill of Denver

Will you be spending this Halloween season visiting a creepy haunted house, or watching a horror movie? Why do people love the fear and terror of these activities? Research says it’s due to the adrenaline rush we get from being scared and the feeling of relief when it’s all said and done.

psycho-house-bates-motelWith Halloween just a few days away, some thrill seekers might want to take advantage of their free time after a packed day at the SEG Convention to discover the best haunted houses in the Mile High City.

NEOS has braved all and, for the sake of research, located the top spots for you. Warning: these are not for the faint of heart!

13th Floor Haunted House: www.13thfloorhauntedhouse.com
Voted the Scariest Haunted House in Colorado by MTV and one of the top 10 scariest in the US by the Discovery Channel.
4120 Brighton Blvd., Denver, CO 80216

Asylum Haunted House: www.asylumdenver.com
Named by the Travel Channel as one of America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions.
6100 E. 39th Ave., Denver, CO 80207

Haunted houses a bit too spooky for you? If you like history and a good story, check out the Haunted Denver – Ghost Walks & Talks. Visit the Denver Post website for more information.

Friday Fun: Best Airline Safety Video!

Courtesy of Air New Zealand…

Talk about a cool and creative way to build your brand!

 

Creep on Over to NEOS at the SEG

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It’s that time of year again – SEG season – and NEOS has prepared a very “spooktacular” event for this year’s show.

BOOTH THEATER PRESENTATIONS

NEOS takes the stage! Stop by to discover how, through multi-measurement interpretation (MMI), E&P operators all over the world have gained, and continue to gain, new insights into the subsurface.

NEOS case studies & technologies explained:

  • Introduction to Multi-measurement Interpretation (MMI)
  • Case Studies: Neuquén Basin / Appalachian Basin / D-J Basin /  Eco-Assurance™
  • Imaging the Basement
  • Predictive Analytics in Exploration
  • Aquifer Delineation for E&P Operations

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SEG TECHNICAL PROGRAM

If you dare, attend our presentations in the SEG Technical Program

Geophysical characterization of the Precambrian basement in northwest Pennsylvania, U.S.

Soledad Velasco, Mohammed Kidwai
Monday, 27 October @ 4:25pm, Room 403

A probabilistic approach to in-place volume estimation

Emmanuel Schnetzler
Thursday, 30 October @ 2:00pm, Room 3A

Integrated interpretation – The value of connecting the multi-disciplinary dots

Craig Beasley
Thursday, 30 October @ 3:30pm, Room 3A

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LET NEOS “LIGHT THE WAY”

Don’t test your bravery each night as darkness encroaches on the Denver streets, let NEOS ‘light the way’ for you with our very own Denver City Guide to the best bars and dining establishments in the city.

SEG is coming, consider yourself summond.

It will be a frightfully good time!

Set to Take the Stage at SEG

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.
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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.

See the presentation dates and times below. And visit the NEOS SEG page for our complete SEG line-up, including the booth theater schedule.

Everyone will be talking about MMI at SEG; don’t be left in the dark.

NEOS PRESENTS:

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
Emmanuel Schnetzler
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
Craig Beasley
Thursday, 30 October | 3:30 pm
Session: The Best of the IQ Earth Forum

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