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NEOS Has Come Full Circle At the AAPG

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It seems like only yesterday that NEOS exhibited at our first AAPG in Houston, Texas.  It’s now time for AAPG 2014 and we’ve come full circle, right back home in Houston. But there is no time for reflection, we’ve been moving along at full speed over the last three years and we’re still moving forward. …

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Things are Heating Up for Winter NAPE


It’s unseasonably cold this week in Houston; but things are sure to heat up later this week at Winter NAPE – February 4-7 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.  Known as ‘THE marketplace for buying, selling and trading oil and gas prospects and producing properties’, Winter NAPE is too important to miss.  That’s why …

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We’re Lacing Up Our Kicks for Qatar


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 …

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Its Heating up in the Middle East

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Lebanon International Oil & Gas Summit – Beirut, Lebanon (4-5 December) – Our very own Frank Jreij is on the list of speakers. Speaking Topic: NEOS will present on the use of Multi-measurement Interpretation (MMI). Using a methodology called MMI, NEOS integrates newly acquired aiborne geophysical data with any existing seismic, well and geological information …

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NEOS at the SEG – a Winning Combination


It’s that time of year again! Time for the [83rd] annual meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). This year’s event will be in Houston, TX which gives NEOS the home court advantage to play things just right. Our show theme is centered around our campaign “Unlock the Potential in your Field” which features …

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Thousands to Gather in Rio for International Congress

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Last month millions gathered on Rio’s Copacabana beach to get a glimpse of Pope Francis. This month thousands will meet in the SulAmérica Convention Center to participate in the 13th International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society and EXPOGEF. Brazil serves as the ideal backdrop for NEOS’s Multi-measurement Interpretation methodology, which involves acquiring and interpreting …

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An Unconventional Conference – NEOS to Participate in URTeC

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NEOS will participate in the first-annual Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC), a new strategic event organized by not one, but three core industry organizations. The SPE, AAPG, and SEG have teamed together to create a platform whereby participants, like NEOS, can reach out to various parties across key societies. Taking place August 12-14, at the …

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NEOS to Present Neuquén Case at SEG’s IQ Earth Forum

After a successful inaugural event last year, SEG’s IQ Earth Forum is back in action. IQ (Integrated and Quantitative) Earth is a strategic initiative within SEG, intended to create a fundamental change in visualizing and predicting subsurface structure and rock and fluid properties through quantitative subsurface integration. The event brings together E&P operators and service …

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“Shale & Share” – NEOS Attends Cluster Shale Conference

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Last week, NEOS attended the Cluster Shale conference in Neuquén, Argentina. By definition, a “cluster” is a group of the same or similar elements gathered or occurring closely together. The Government of Neuquén Province have introduced the concept into the region in an attempt to bring the oil & gas industry together to collaborate and …

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NEOS is Headed to Pittsburgh


NEOS is thrilled by the fact that the 2013 AAPG ACE is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, right in the backyard of the Appalachian Basin. NEOS attributes much of its growth over the last couple years to Appalachia with geophysical surveys undertaken in multiple counties across Marcellus and Utica/Point Pleasant shales. Our first project, in Tioga County, …

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