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Jonathan Watson, Bridgeporth’s Interpretation Manager, spoke recently at a Finding Petroleum event in London in October about the benefits of using potential field data in the exploration of unconventionals.
Jonathan Watson, Bridgeporth’s Interpretation Manager spoke recently about the benefits of integrating potential field data with seismic data at Finding Petroleum event in London – Leading edge exploration in Africa. Jon will also being speaking at EAGE on Geosoft’s stand 1501. Find out more – http://www.geosoft.com/news-events/events/eage-2014
Bridgeporth is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring in part the “Finding Petroleum: Leading Edge Exploration in Africa” Conference on March 26th, 2014. Bridgeporth places a high value on sponsoring the kind of quality discussions and technical presentations for which Finding Petroleum is known. The one day event focuses on innovation in African exploration, a field in which Bridgeporth has industry-leading expertise. The event focuses on where innovations might they be found; what are the key exploration themes; what new technologies do we need? Some ‘hotspots’ might be: Shale oil/shale gas: Are the most promising rocks the Silurian ‘hot shale’ of North Africa and, at the opposite end of the continent, the Karoo of South Africa? East African oil: Can the oily rift plays of Uganda and, now, Kenya be extended to the north, into Ethiopia, and to the…