Category Archive: Events

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. …

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Set to Take the Stage at SEG

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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 …

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Peek in on NEOS at URTeC

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NEOS is returning to Denver next week for the 2nd Annual URTeC, and we’re so excited we can hardly bear it.  (Come on…I had to pounce on the bear pun opportunity).  For those who might be unfamiliar, the URTeC is the collective vision of the SPE, AAPG and SEG organizations to unite oil and gas …

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NEOS to Present at SEG D&P Forum

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For the first time in more than 20 years, the SEG Development & Production Forum will focus on Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring. Recognizing the vastly different geophysical space that we operate in today versus 20+ years ago, the forum will examine the role that advanced geophysical technologies play in today’s oil & gas landscape. NEOS will …

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NEOS Presents at the IQ Earth Forum

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NEOS is no stranger to the IQ Earth Forum, having been a speaker at the last two consecutive events. 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. This year’s theme centers …

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NEOS Presents To Permian Basin Geophysical Society

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NEOS had the good fortune to receive an invitation to speak at the annual meeting of the Permian Basin Geophysical Society last week in Midland. This day-long session included a luncheon keynote speech by Commissioner David Porter (left) of the Texas Railroad Commission. I have to admit, I wasn’t especially looking forward to a speech by …

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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

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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

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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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