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Name: Chris Friedemann
Date registered: March 14, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Goldman Sachs: New Oil Order in 2015 — November 13, 2014
  2. Take the Quiz: How Millennial Are You? — November 12, 2014
  3. SEG Presentation: An Introduction to NEOS and Multi-Physics Interpretation in Oil & Gas Exploration — November 6, 2014
  4. Friday Fun: Best Airline Safety Video! — October 24, 2014
  5. Lifetime Earnings by College Major — October 9, 2014

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  1. Hyperspectral 101 — 6 comments
  2. Introducing Neil O’Sphere… — 6 comments
  3. Characterizing Unconventional Shale Reservoirs — 5 comments
  4. Mission (Im)possible — 3 comments
  5. White Paper: Multi-Measurement Interpretation in Action — 3 comments

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Goldman Sachs: New Oil Order in 2015

Take the Quiz: How Millennial Are You?

Millennial Quiz

The 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 …

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

SEG Booth Theater

Last 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 …

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Friday Fun: Best Airline Safety Video!

Courtesy of Air New Zealand… Talk about a cool and creative way to build your brand!  

Lifetime Earnings by College Major

Lifetime Earnings

For the full article, visit the Hamilton Project (click here).

Draining the Oceans with Satellite Gravity Data

Many thanks to our friends at Scripps and ConocoPhillips for this really terrific satellite-derived gravity image of the ocean floor! To read the article, click here.

Colorado: It’s Our Nature

My colleagues in California have clearly lost their minds with their recent post extolling the virtues of their home state.  And why pick their favorite big-state rival – Texas – for the basis of comparison?  Well, makes sense, as they wouldn’t want to go up against their true rival for the hearts and minds of …

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Congrats on Your Recent Discoveries, Shell and ExxonMobil


NEOS would like to congratulate both Shell and ExxonMobil on their recently announced discoveries in the Utica (Appalachian Basin, USA) and Vaca Muerta (Neuquen Basin, Argentina) shale plays. Both E&P operators are credited with delivering best-in-class results on wells recently drilled and completed in these unconventional plays. In the case of Shell, two deep wells …

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No Permits Up Here (#3 in a Series)


In many parts of the world, but especially in the United States, airborne geophysical data acquisition has one key advantage over ground-based geophysical acquisition: no permits are required! This has many operational benefits, not the least of which is cycle time reduction. With airborne geophysics, landowners are taken out of the equation as they no …

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Friday Fun: When Dogs Fly

This is a video of Whisper, the world’s first wingsuit-clad, BASE jumping dog.  As a company that relies on airborne geophysical measurements, we’re always happy to see people (or canines) take to the sky. Somehow though, Whisper doesn’t quite look so pleased. You can read more about Whisper and her passion for flying on Mother …

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