Category: Technology

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QEMSCAN – the geological QR code

QEMSCAN – the geological QR code

Through analysing hundreds of cuttings from a single well, depositional history and provenance changes are brought to life with the QEMSCAN technique. [...]
Bringing legacy seismic data into the 21st Century

Bringing legacy seismic data into the 21st Century

British company Moveout Data will help Osokey deliver a world-class open access subsurface data platform for the OGA. [...]
Digitalisation enables NPD to take on large-scale projects in a time-effective manner

Digitalisation enables NPD to take on large-scale projects in a time-effective manner

As will be presented during the upcoming #DIGEX2021 conference next month, the NPD has embarked on using machine learning technology to better map NCS [...]
Multiconsult and Argeo cooperate on marine survey methods and technology

Multiconsult and Argeo cooperate on marine survey methods and technology

The two companies have entered into a strategic cooperation to significantly improve quality marine surveys and have invested in a Hugin Autonomous Un [...]
Lap time: 43 seconds!

Lap time: 43 seconds!

“This is an inline from a 3D seismic survey in the North Sea. What may look like noise to the layman, we actually know is the signature of injectites, [...]
Static model giant Groningen field publicly available

Static model giant Groningen field publicly available

Releasing field data is not a new thing, as Equinor demonstrated through making available the Volve dataset a few years ago. However, having the ab [...]
Largest OBN survey in the North Sea completed

Largest OBN survey in the North Sea completed

The OBN Cornerstone 2020 multi-client survey in the UK Central North Sea commenced in March 2020 and has already received significant industry interes [...]
And the winner is…the human with the machine

And the winner is…the human with the machine

329 teams from around the world signed for the competition. 148 of them submitted at least one solution. 2200 solutions were scored against the blind [...]
Landscapes under the North Sea: Geology and Offshore Wind

Landscapes under the North Sea: Geology and Offshore Wind

It’s now well known that the North Sea was an area of exposed land during the Last Glacial Maximum, around 25,000 years ago, when Global Mean Sea Leve [...]
New subsidence map illustrates effect of Groningen gas production

New subsidence map illustrates effect of Groningen gas production

Published jointly by the Netherlands Centre for Geodesy and Geo-informatics (NCG), SkyGeo and TU Delft, the map shows the movement of billions of meas [...]
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