Paradigm is pleased to invite you to attend a presentation by Dr. Bruno de Ribet, Technical Global Director at Paradigm, to be delivered at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 4-7, in Houston. The paper, "Global Interpretation: Solving the Interpretation and Correlation Challenge,” will be presented as part of the Advanced and Integrated Geophysical Interpretation technical session.
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The second installment of the 2015 Paradigm Virtual Lecture Series, available starting March 19th, will feature the presentation, “Seismic Focused Sweet Spot Characterization in a Shale Resource Play – An Eagle Ford Example”. The presentation, featuring Paradigm® SeisEarth®, seismic data attributes and multi-azimuth inversion, will be presented by Subject Matter Expert Adam Marsden.
Register for the last two sessions of the Paradigm 2014 Virtual Lecture Series presented on January 29 and February 12. In the January 29th session Melanie Morin, Technical Sales Advisor, discusses “Improved Production Forecasts: Impact of Reservoir Compartmentalization on Flow Response,” highlighting SKUA®. On February 12th, Sandra Allwork, Team Leader and Technical Sales Advisor, will present “Looking for Higher Definition? From Broadband Processing to Diffraction Imaging. Extract the Maximum from Your Modern and Legacy Seismic Data,” featuring Echos and EarthStudy 360. Here are summaries of both sessions:
A recap of the Paradigm activities at the 2014 National Geological Convention in Mexico
A recap of the Paradigm activities at the 9th Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Congress and Exhibition in Argentina.
By Bruno de Ribet, Technical Global Director
It is now officially August, and at Paradigm we’re taking advantage of the final month of summer by heading out on a whirlwind trip through Latin America.
The 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Amsterdam was the biggest yet with more than 7,300 attendees – both conference goers and exhibitors. With the recent growth of the EAGE organization, the event can now stand tall as one of the largest multi-disciplinary geoscience and engineering event in the world. EAGE 2014 offered a six-day program that presented the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering.