Gravimetry or Gravity Gradiometry – Which is the Correct Tool?

Bridgeporth’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Gary Barnes, will be participating in the forthcoming 78th EAGE Technical Programme in Vienna. Gary will be presenting on 3 June at workshop ‘WS16 – Potential Fields and their Gradient Tensors in the Integrated Inversion of Geophysical Data – New Advances and Perspectives’. He will discuss when gravity or gradiometry is the most appropriate measurement to be acquired and how this choice affects subsequent inversions for the target geology. For more information please click here: Potential Fields and their Gradient Tensors in the Integrated Inversion of Geophysical Data – New Advances and Perspectives

Bridgeporth to Attend EAGE in Amsterdam

Bridgeporth to Attend EAGE 2014 in Amsterdam Bridgeporth is pleased to announce its upcoming attendance at the EAGE 2014 in Amsterdam, the 16th-19th of June.The 76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2014 (in short: Amsterdam ’14) is the largest and most comprehensive geoscience event in the world. The six day programme includes a large conference, workshops, short courses, technical exhibition, student programme and field trips presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering. In 2013, more than 8,300 visitors from around the world attended the event. Bridgeporth will exhibiting at booth 1500, so please come by and visit us! If you plan on attending EAGE and would like to schedule a meeting with one of Bridgeporth’s representatives, please do not hesitate to contact us at sales@bridgeporth.com. Bridgeporth is looking forward to seeing you there!