Monthly Archives:March 2014
Bridgeporth was featured in the Winter 2013, Issue 6 of “Seismic Profile Magazine.” “A True Pioneer of Arctic Survey” is an article written by Rachel Braun about an Arctic expedition led by Tom Austin, the President and founder of Austin Exploration, in the late 1970’s. It highlights how far technology has progressed in the last 40 years alone, as he had to lead survey teams in the winter darkness without the aid of GPS. Tom is legendary in the industry for that trip–he identified 17 anticlines that were so big they didn’t know if they were looking at real or regional data. The second article, “Hunting for Elephants: Probabilistic Models of Risk Analysis and Uncertainty in Petroleum Exploration,” also by Rachel Braun, is an investigation on how oil and seismic companies use probability methods to assess prospects. With only 1…
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 [email protected] Bridgeporth is looking forward to seeing you there!
Rachel Braun discusses how Bridgeporth’s airborne data acquisition programs can aid mining companies in their search for promising prospects across Africa.