IMaGE at SEG 2014 in Colorado

IMaGE is looking forward to exhibiting our products and services at the SEG International Exposition and 84th Annual Meeting, at the Colorado Convention Centre, Denver (USA) between 26-29 October. The Society of Exploration Geophysicists event brings together more than 350 leading companies, government agencies, research and educational institutions involved in global oil, gas and mineral exploration, and new areas of civil engineering, environmental and archeology. The SEG Annual Meeting features a robust Technical Program consisting of oral presentations, poster sessions, e-posters and workshops that address the most cutting-edge issues, innovations, and developments in the geosciences field.

IMaGE is located at booth #201 — we look forward to meeting you.

We will be hosting a series of technical presentations at our booth every day during the conference, presenting IMaGE's expertise and services for a better understanding of the geomechanics of unconventional reservoirs and the effect of engineering operations. Presentation attendees will receive complimentary software to visualize microseismic signals: finally an opportunity to see your own data!

Dr. Junwei Huang will be presenting a poster as part of the technical program entitled Computation of qP- and qS-wave rays, travel times, slowness vector and polarization in general anisotropic media. This paper introduces a new fast sweeping method of calculating the direct travel time field for both quasi-P and quasi-S-wave in general anisotropic media, and illustrates the efficiency and accuracy of this new algorithm using 2D and 3D numerical examples. This method will be implemented in the next release of InSite.

The following schedule gives the SEG booth presentation program at a glance. Click here to download the schedule.

Time

MONDAY (Oct. 27)

TUESDAY (Oct. 28)

WEDNESDAY (Oct. 29)

10:30

Introduction to Microseismic Geomechanics

Introduction to Microseismic Geomechanics

Induced Seismicity: Geomechanics and Traffic Light Systems

11:30

ForeSite: Hydraulic Fracture Prediction and Microseismic Survey Design

Induced Seismicity: Geomechanics and Traffic Light Systems

InSite: Validating Microseismic Results

13:30

InSite: Validating Microseismic Results

ForeSite: Hydraulic Fracture Prediction and Microseismic Survey Design

HindSite: Microseismic Validation of Hydraulic Fracture Models

14:30

HindSite: Microseismic Validation of Hydraulic Fracture Models

InSite: Validating Microseismic Results

Geomechanical Hydraulic Fracture Modeling

15:30

Geomechanical Hydraulic Fracture Modeling

HindSite: Microseismic Validation of Hydraulic Fracture Models

 

16:30

Induced Seismicity: Geomechanics and Traffic Light Systems

Geomechanical Hydraulic Fracture Modeling