CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN.
DEADLINE – 15 DECEMBER
Seismic 2024 will cover the role of geophysics in the energy lifecycle from exploration, appraisal, development and production through to decommissioning and repurposing. The event will explore how seismic sustainably supports the UK’s energy security and Net Zero obligations, and will aim to include hydrocarbons, renewables such as offshore wind and geothermal, carbon storage and advancing technologies in the seismic space.
The committee particularly welcome abstracts on the following themes:
– New acquisition and processing technology
– Reservoir characterisation & QI
– Innovation in 4D
– Exploration in the Energy Transition
– Shallow seismic, including for offshore wind and geohazards.
– Application of geophysics, including microseismic, for subsurface and ground condition characterisation e.g. decommissioning.
– Carbon storage projects, including site screening, characterisation, development and monitoring
– Machine learning and automation in subsurface workflows
– Use of geophysical data in other energies, such as geothermal and nuclear.
– Non-seismic methods including gravity and magnetics.
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.
SPE Aberdeen and GESGB are not-for-profit organisations and raising sponsorship is vital not only for the successful delivery of the conference but to enable re-investment 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 supporting our future generation of young engineers and geoscientists through providing bursaries. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and exhibitors in 2023 we were able to make the conference more accessible by lowering the ticket price, offering free places for Early Career Professionals, and making attendance more affordable for universities.
For further information on the call for abstracts and sponsorship opportunities, please download the Call for Abstracts flyer which will be available very shortly!
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