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NEOS Eyes a Bright Future in Geoscience in the Middle East

On the NEOS stand at GEO 2012

NEOS achieved success as presenters and new exhibitors at last week’s GEO 2012, the 10th Middle Eastern Geosciences Conference and Exhibition, in the small country of Bahrain.

This bi-annual event welcomed more than 5,000 trade visitors and conference delegates from many countries around the world, namely those from countries in the Middle East surrounding Bahrain. Saudi Arabia represented the country with the most delegates.

More than 360 technical papers and posters were presented in a tone around the GEO’s theme of Shaping the Future of Geoscience in the Middle East. NEOS played its part in communicating this theme in its Tuesday presentation of “Multi-Measurement Interpretation – A New Methodology for Basin Mapping and Prospect Identification”, a solution which interested attendees from local and global majors as well as super majors.

The Middle East is now looking forward, towards new developments and applications while exploring and producing hydrocarbons in the most environmentally responsible manner. The NEOS multi-measurement methodology falls well within the needs of the forward thinking middle east with its integrated analysis of a broad range of multiple geological and geophysical (G&G) data sources that can deliver improved insights in the subsurface.

As NEOS establishes an office in Dubai, we continue to work to penetrate the region and are increasingly gaining company recognition, in this, one of the most continually exciting hydrocarbon regions in the world.

Look for NEOS again in the Middle East as we return to the MENA Mining Congress in Dubai – October 21-23, 2012 at the Dubai World Trade Center.

Bahrain International Exhibition & Conference Centre

The Bahrain Minister of Oil kicked off the exhibition on Monday with a ribbon cutting ceremony – the commotion and buzz helped set a lively tone for the entire event.

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