Seismic 2023 – Call for Abstracts

Wednesday April 19, 2023 8:00 am - Thursday April 20, 2023 5:00 pm at

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The Evolving Role Of Seismic In The Energy Landscape

Call for Abstracts – Deadline 19th December

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Seismic 2023 will continue to develop the themes explored at the 2022 event, covering the energy lifecycle from exploration through appraisal, development, and production to decommissioning and repurposing. The event will build on how seismic sustainably supports the UK’s energy security of supply and Net Zero obligations, and will aim to cover hydrocarbons, renewables including offshore wind, geothermal, and carbon storage.

The committee welcome abstracts on the following themes:

  • New seismic delivery, particularly fast-tracking (multi-client or proprietary) to support project acceleration • Shallow seismic and offshore wind
  • Seismic for geothermal and gas and hydrogen storage
  • Use of seismic in carbon storage projects
  • Non-seismic methods
  • Advances in 4D seismic
  • Acquisition and processing technology, and co[1]location with multiple seabed users (e.g. wind and CCS)
  • Subsurface characterisation and QI technologies (including near-surface, reservoir, storage and renewables) • Reprocessing and repurposing of legacy data
  • Communicating our data Technology examples and case studies related to conventional and near-surface seismic, supporting hydrocarbons, offshore wind, as well as carbon and gas storage site characterisation are encouraged.

If you have experiences, case-studies, and technologies to share with our audience then we would like to invite you to submit a 200-word abstract for consideration for the 2023 programme. When submitting, please indicate which type of presentation you prefer from the options below:

  • Formal 20-minute presentation – case histories with real field data are particularly welcomed where they demonstrate a positive impact and added value around any of the conference themes.
  • Informal 5-minute Techbyte presentation – new game changing technology or innovative applications for existing technology.

Call for abstracts close 19th December 2022. Download flyer here.

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

SPE Aberdeen is a not-for-profit organisation. Raising sponsorship is vital not only for the successful delivery of the conference but to enable SPE Aberdeen to re-invest back into the industry. By supporting this event, not only are you providing an important knowledge sharing and training opportunity for the industry, but you are also helping to support our future generation of young engineers and young geoscientists

For a full list of sponsorship opportunities and details on the exhibition, download the flyer here.

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