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Our seismic expertise is on a high for EAGE

4 Jun 2024

polygon iconWe’re already deep in plans for the 85 EAGE annual conference and exhibition held in Oslo 10-13 June. Along with fellow attendees we’ll embark on a journey into the future of energy!

More than 6,000 participants are expected to attend this 85th EAGE conference, with a choice of 1,300 presentations and 200 exhibitors to see. 

You’ll find us right at the centre of the hall in booth 5100, ready for those all-important seismic discussions on the sustainable future of energy. This year’s theme, ‘Technology and talent for a secure and sustainable energy future’, sums up the most important contribution by our industry to the societies we live and work in, and in creating a just transition.    

Shearwater experts get involved 

Shearwater will have a record number of technical presentations given by our experts – 16 papers have been accepted. Sergio Grion, Chief Geophysicist – Processing Technology said: “The number of our papers is a reflection of the investment we’ve made in geophysics. We’ve grown our in-house expertise and innovative work over the last year. We expect our head count to grow further as there’s a lot more to explore. Come and talk to us if you’re looking for career advancement.” 

We’ll have a strong presence by our commercial team so come and meet us!

Contact: Tom Hay VP Client Engagement  

Senior Shearwater participants 

We’re delighted that three of our senior leaders are taking important roles in this year’s conference. Make sure you make time to attend these sessions.   

  • Wednesday 12 June, 9-11, Tanya Herwanger, SVP Strategy & New Markets, moderates ‘Role of geoscience in reshaping the global energy system’ (SEM breakfast) 
  • Wednesday 12 June, 11.45 -12.45, Massimo Virgilio, Chief Technology Officer is one of five speakers taking part in a debate about ‘Future of geoscience technology development
  • Thursday 13 June, 10 - 11, Susanne Rentsch-Smith, Head of Geoscience, is one of five speakers focusing on 'Future-Proofing Energy: Empowering Diverse Talent in a Tech-Driven World
Let's talk careers at Shearwater

Join us on booth 5100 to talk to our people attraction team and discuss your career.

  • View our current vacancies.
  • Find out more about the EAGE student programme.
  • Learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and our global mentoring programme on booth 5100: Tuesday 11 June – 09.30; Wednesday 12 June – 12.30; Thursday 13 June – 11.30
  • Our team will discuss which skills are important for energy transition: Tuesday 11 June - 16.00, energy transition theatre.
  • Meet Ashley Coyne for advice on creating a stand-out CV, Wednesday 12 June from 9.30, EAGE community hub.
Our technical presentations 

We have a strong presence this year in the technical programme and workshops, covering a wide range of signal processing and imaging topics for both surface and ocean bottom node seismic data. Sample topics include marine vibroseis, UHR surveys, multi-dimensional deconvolution, high-performance computing and RTM. For the first time, we will present on the acquisition and processing of the first 3D marine vibroseis survey.  

Date and timePresenter
WS 16 Workshop Marine Vibrators. Acquisition and processing of the first broadband 3D marine vibrator data acquired in the North SeaMonday, June 10, 11:15 - 11:35Arash Jafargandomi
WS 16 Workshop Marine Vibrators. QC of a Marine VibratorMonday, 10 June, 11:35-11:45Thomas Elboth
WS 9 Workshop: Nurturing talent for the energy transition. Skillset needed for the contractor industry in the energy transitionMonday, June 10, 14.00 – 14.10Svein Arne Frivik
WS 16 Workshop Marine Vibrators. Interpolation of missing frequenciesMonday, June 10, 14:20 - 14:35 Thomas Elboth
Improved Resolution. Effective processing of the first broadband 3D marine vibrator data acquired in the North SeaTuesday, June 11, 8:30 - 11:30Arash Jafargandomi
Multicomponent. Anisotropic common conversion point binning, interpolation and NMO – An OBN exampleTuesday, June 11, 11:10 - 11:30Amarjeet Kumar
SignalProcessing. Interpolation of missing frequenciesTuesday, June 11, 13.30 - 14.30Thomas Elboth
Signal and Image Enhancement. Deblurring-based multi-dimensional deconvolution in the time domain – redatuming for target-oriented imagingTuesday, June 11, 14:30 - 17:30Ivan Vasconcelos
Acquisition Geometries and Hardware 1. The first broadband marine 3D vibrator surveyWednesday, June 12, 9:10 - 9:30Thomas Elboth
RTM. TTI RTM stability conditions revisitedThursday, June 13, 8:30 - 8:50Rodrigo Fuck
ML and AI for Seismic Inversion. Multiscale uncertainty quantification for post-stack seismic inversion with wavelet flowsThursday, Jun 13, 8:30 - 11:30Gabrio Rizzuti
High Resolution for Shallow Subsurface. Adventures in high-resolution 3D for CCSThursday, June 13, 9:30 - 9:50Kenan Erdogan
High Resolution for Shallow Subsurface. Towards quantitative interpretation of UHR marine seismic: an example from the North SeaThursday, June 13, 10:30 - 10:50Rob Telling
Seismic processing. Low rank data reconstruction in the cyclic-shear domainThursday, Jun 13, 13:30 - 14:30David Vargas
High Performance Computer Applications. Dense non-stationary matching filters: distributed calculations for image-domain least-squares RTMThursday, June 13, 14:30 - 17:30Hugh Lund

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