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Advances in High Performance Computing for Geophysical Applications

Convenors M. Hanzich (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)
  A. St-Cyr (Shell Global Solutions International BV)
  P. Thierry (Intel Corporation)


In order to keep the pace of our ever-growing need for more energy resources, new locations around the globe need to be explored. However, those new locations also impose new challenges to the exploration enterprise.
High Performance Computing (HPC) is one of the main tools in current exploration geophysics for enhancing the opportunities for finding new resources in such challenging scenarios... Read more

This is a follow-up on this dedicated session that took place in Amsterdam 2014.
To submit an abstract for this dedicated session, please select topic "6.07" during the submission process and keep the template instructions in mind.
 

Geological Processes in Modern Continental Margins and Basins

Convenors G. Ercilla (Instituto de Ciencias del Mar-CSIC, Barcelona)
  J.-A. Flores (University of Salamanca)


The modern continental margins and adjacent basins are privileged research scenarios to state many of the geological processes that are utilized in the definition of models used in hydrocarbon exploration. Their sedimentary register contains accurate information about the global (e.g., climatic, environmental and oceanographic) and local (e.g., tectonics, provenance patterns, fluid dynamic) variations providing new bases for interrelating all the observed characteristics.... Read more

To submit an abstract for this dedicated session, please select topic "6.08" during the submission process and keep the template instructions in mind.
 

The Use of Production Data in the Geologic Model

Convenors P. Thore (Total E&P)
  A. Moscariello (University of Geneva)


This special session aims at collecting a number of case histories showing how integration of production data (including 4D) has had an impact on the definition of the geological model.
Integration of different disciplines is the key for better definition of the geological model. In the past this model has been the fruit of integration of geological information (mostly observation at well + geological concept) and geophysical data (interpretation of horizons for the structure and seismic inversion results for the infill) using various geostatistical techniques (two point geostatistics in the past and nowadays multipoint geostatistics)... Read more

This is a follow-up on this dedicated session that took place in Amsterdam 2014.
To submit an abstract for this dedicated session, please select topic "6.09" during the submission process and keep the template instructions in mind.