KNGMG Noord lecture: A glimpse into the kitchen of high-end seismic interpretation
Dear KNGMG Noord invitees,
Our next lecture will provide an insider’s view on the unbelievable amount of information that can be extracted from repeated acquisition of 3D-seismic.
A glimpse into the kitchen of high-end seismic interpretation!
Time: Tuesday 12 December 2017, 17:00-18:00.
You are welcome from 16:30 onwards. Drinks and some snacks will be available.
Place: NAM office, Room 2J.04 (the “Yellow Room”).
If you come from outside the NAM office, please register in advance by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Title: “Detecting Gas Depletion using Time Lapse Seismic”
Presented by: Thomas Lassaigne (Production Geophysicist, Asset OneGas, NAM)
An abstract plus a more extensive biography of Thomas will follow later this week.
Other KNGMG Noord activities for season 2017-2018:
9 January 2018: “Update on Geomagnetics” by Lennart de Groot
6 February 2018: “There is more in and about salt than meets an oilman’s eye” by Gerhard Diephuis
6 March 2018: “Geology of the Eifel: an introduction” by Jack Lanting
3 April 2018: Planetary Geology (title to be confirmed) by Jurrien Knibbe
10-12 May 2018: Three-day fieldtrip to the Eifel, led by Heinz Bürgisser and Willem Schuurman
You can still sign up for the Eifel fieldtrip. We do have a short waiting list, but it is not inconceivable that some people may drop off.
We hope to see you all next week, Tuesday 12th December!
The KNGMG Noord Committee: John Verbeek, Daan den Hartog Jager, Madelon Nijman, Jilles van den Beukel