Our Evolving View of Time-Lapse Seismic Monitoring: 20 years of the same old Teal South data
Presented by Prof. Wayne Pennington
The first ocean-bottom time-lapse seismic studies for reservoir monitoring were conducted at Teal South in the Gulf of Mexico. The data from this field, including one legacy streamer survey and two post-production ocean-bottom surveys have been used repeatedly to demonstrate new aspects of analysis and interpretation, invoking rock physics at every turn. This seminar will walk through that history, since 1998, with examples from recent publications.
About the Presenter:
Wayne Pennington recently retired from the position of Dean of Engineering at Michigan Technological University, and is visiting Curtin University as a Senior Fulbright Scholar through May 2019. He has spent his career in academics, industry, and (for one year) in government service, and has served as President of the American Geosciences Institute (an umbrella organization for over 50 geoscience societies) and as Vice-President of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
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|FESAus 2019 Member (late bird, inc. GST)||$ 40.00|
|Non-Member (late bird, inc. GST)||$ 50.00|
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