Fifth EAGE Workshop on Borehole Geophysics
Bridging the gap between surface and reservoir
In the previous EAGE Borehole Geophysics workshops, the quality of the technical submissions has been excellent with representation from a wide cross-section of the industry from around the world; operators, consultants, contractors, and academics. For this fifth edition, we anticipate using the same proven formula by providing a forum for professionals interested in borehole geophysics to share latest research findings, case studies, successes and lessons learned, all built around a technical program of oral papers and posters.
This three-day workshop also welcomes discussions on advances in borehole geophysical data processing, including Full Waveform Inversion and Artificial Intelligence, and solutions enabled by data analytics and cloud computing.
Attendees can look forward to learning about and sharing the latest research findings, case studies and lessons learned; all built around a technical programme of over 40 oral presentations and posters, and a 1-day short course. The short course will be presented by Schlumberger titled ‘Advanced Elastic Anistrophy Calibration: From Borehole to Seismic Scales’. Three current experts each with over 20-30 years of experience will provide the fundamental knowledge necessary to understand, identify and estimate different types of elastic anisotropy, and will show how to integrate the measurements across different scales, from cores up to surface seismic.
The workshop will be held in Den Haag, details on location will follow soon.