Over 130 people have signed up to participate at the INJECTITES-seminars on Thursday and Friday. JOIN THEM!
Distributed between the two cities, over 130 G&G professionals working on the NCS are gathering for a day of professional input from a couple of the greatest experts on the topic of Injectites.
We are joined in Oslo and Stavanger by Professor Andrew Hurst, Professor Mads Huuse and Dr. John Wild, who are coming over for the UK to share their knowledge with ut. In addition, we will hear from Aker BP, Statoil, ENGIE and PGS, packing the day with interesting talks. At the end, we «let battle commence» in a panel discussion with Hurst, Huuse and Wild. We dare predict that it will be a lively discussion!
*The student fee of NOK 700 + VAT is available for out of work geoscientists. Please enquire about available seats with Ingvild @ firstname.lastname@example.org
OSLO: The seminar in Oslo is hosted at CGG in Lysaker. Registration opens at 11:30.
STAVANGER: The seminar in Stavanger is held at Clarion Hotel Air at Sola Airport. Registration begins at 08:30.
|Editor GEO||Halfdan Carstens||Welcome|
|Professor of Production Geoscience||Andrew Hurst||Sand Injectities: New Opportunities and Back to School||University of Aberdeen|
|Gentleman Researcher||Dr. John Wild||Sand Remobilisation: Observations on the process of sand entrainment and deposition||Previously with ExxonMobil|
|Helge Løseth||Intrusive and extrusive sands in the northern North Sea||Statoil ASA|
|Nicholas Satur||Applying lessons from the Volund Field to understand the injectite play||Aker BP|
|Subsurface Teamlead||Ivar Skjærpe||Leveraging Volund experience for economic Viper/Kobra field development||Aker BP|
|Professor||Mads Huuse||Sand injectites in the North Sea Basin: overview and recent insights from broadband seismic data||University of Manchester|
|Geoscientist||Mari Schjeldsøe Berg||Potential for Near Field Exploration in the North Sea – Missed Sand Injectites||PGS|
|Geologist||Dr. Polina Safronova||Sandstone injections in Middle Eocene deep-water depositional systems in the Sørvestsnaget Basin, SW Barents Sea||ENGIE|
|Andrew Hurst, Mads Huuse, Dr. John Wild||Panel discussion|