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Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) is a concept for detecting and recording the dynamic properties of the subsurface using permanently installed measuring devices.
PRM is an emerging market with significant potential leading to the development of new technologies and methods. Reservoir monitoring can encompass a range of applications from large scale Life of Field Seismic (LoFS) systems to smaller borehole based surveillance technologies. Recent PRM developments have seen the use of not only seismic techniques but more recently the deployment of complementary potential methods.
This second PRM workshop will follow on from where the previous Trondheim workshop finished. It will aim to gather operators, service providers and academia to share views about how Permanent Reservoir Monitoring technologies and techniques are being implemented to impact business objectives and contribute towards subsurface management solutions.
The workshop seeks to highlight recent successes and investigate new trends for PRM, contributing towards a better understanding and wider application of PRM in the future.
We look forward to welcoming you to Stavanger!
The Workshop Committee
Chris Anderson, PGS, United Kingdom
Carl Berg, TGS, Norway
Enrico Ceragioli, Total, France
Matthew Jackson, Imperial College, United Kingdom
Mark Thompson (Chair), Statoil, Norway