Author: Ronny Setså

Ronny SetsåRonny Setså is the editor of geoforskning.no and geo365.no.

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Deep Sea Mining may be Imminent

Deep Sea Mining may be Imminent

Norway is in an excellent position to become a leader in the exploration for deep sea minerals. The search for deep sea minerals is strongly inspir [...]
Greater Castberg: Seismic challenges in the High North

Greater Castberg: Seismic challenges in the High North

"We are hoping for many discoveries in the Greater Castberg area in the years to come", said Hossein Mehdi Zadeh, Principal Geophysicist at Equinor du [...]
90 per cent success rate

90 per cent success rate

"For the so-called Class A wells, we have had an approximately 90 per cent success rate on our predictions", said Øyvind Sylta, Managing Director at M [...]
Nominate your favourite!

Nominate your favourite!

We seek candidates worthy of this year's Exploration Innovation Prize. The winner will be announced during the NCS Exploration conference in May. [...]
The importance of structured data

The importance of structured data

Barely 5% of available seismic data is utilized and geoscientists and engineers reportedly spend more than 50% of their time searching and assembling [...]
How Shell is redesigning the work of explorationists

How Shell is redesigning the work of explorationists

Shell’s new digital venture is experimenting with new ways for explorers to work remotely and crowd-sourcing expertise. [...]
Finding the hard-to-find treasures

Finding the hard-to-find treasures

DIGEX 2021: Be sure to attend this case study presentation on how to increase your chances of finding injectite sands. [...]
Surpassing human capabilities

Surpassing human capabilities

A recent global machine learning competition resulted in new algorithms that can predict lithology from well logs as good as, or even better than huma [...]
Teaching old data new tricks

Teaching old data new tricks

Old, publicly available seismic data from the NCS is given new life via the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. A research project ha [...]
An area requiring major discoveries

An area requiring major discoveries

Only 11.5 percent of exploration licences in the Barents Sea have resulted in production. "The area has not met expectations," says NTNU professor in [...]
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