Next week, the upcoming conference on Recent Advances in Exploration Technology in Oslo fullfills the objective of providing new insight about how to find new oil.
The ranks for the conference on May 20 and 21 are filling up. For good reason: The programme of the conference promises no less than 32 talks and keynotes in 5 sessions.Anders Farestveit, the founder of modern seismic, will open the conference with a talk entitled «A brave look into the future of seismic acquisition for the purpose of providing cheaper and better data».
The 2nd NCS prospect fair runs in parallel to the conference with 13 exhibitors and oil companies presenting prospects where they would like to share risk, or want to farm-out of, partly or fully.
Service-companies share prospects defined by seismic- and EM-data. In addition, interesting new projects are presented to the visiting community.
The conference will further be completed with a great social programme, including a field trip to the Oslo Graben and plenty of opportunity for discussion and networking. And at the conference dinner, Richard Hardman, a true oil finder, will talk about «Tecnology – the human dimension«.Do not miss this great opportunity to update yourself on recent advances in exploration technology.