EAGE (DataBank) Archive provides a rapidly expanding warehouse of focused knowledge and information related to the geoscience and engineering field as well as archived material relating to EAGE events.

By far the most important element is EarthDoc, EAGE's online searchable geoscience database with over 50,000 papers and technical articles to which members have free access (with subscriptions available for institutions). Papers from EAGE events from 1982 onwards are stored along with many from other societies. Also included are all the articles that have been published in EAGE's principal publications (First Break, Near Surface Geophysics, Petroleum Geoscience, Geophysical Prospecting and Basin Research.). In addition, papers from all EAGE events are available two weeks before they take place.

EarthDat complements the information databases with a collection of source codes, available mainly for software development projects, and modelling examples of particular value for education and training purposes.

Our Photo Archive is an initiative to record EAGE's numerous activities worldwide which we hope members will appreciate.

The Digital Cumulative Index is a bibliographic database which includes publications of the EAGE (and earlier works published by EAEG), Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG), Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG), Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS), and American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG). The Index can be used to source references in publications from these societies from 1936 to the present, and many of these publications are linked to their online full-text versions.

The UK Onshore Geophysical Library manages the archive and official release of 2D and 3D seismic data recorded over landward areas of the UK. The Library can provide efficient access to parties interested in oil and gas exploration, gas storage, mining, coal bed methane extraction, water resources and environmental issues, planning and engineering, and academic studies and teaching resources.

The Virtual Seismic Atlas is an open access community resource to share the geological interpretation of seismic data. Use the VSA to find images of subsurface structures, submarine landscapes, the structure of oceanic waterbodies and much more. You will find results from cutting edge technology and breaking research alongside historically important images of the subsurface which you can download in a high resolution for your own use.

The Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary is an evergreen, instant reference that takes up no space on your bookshelf and offers many special features:

  • Comprehensive: definitions for major oilfield activities
  • Accessible: definitions for both the technical generalist and the expert
  • Accurate: definitions reviewed by technical experts 
  • Illustrated: high-quality, full-color photographs and illustrations clarify many definitions
  • Thorough: citations of significant technical papers for further reading 
  • Versatile: streamlined navigation, enhanced search capability and key resource links 
  • Interactive: on-line capabilities allow for continual expansion and updating based on reader input.