EAGE Borehole Geophysics Workshop
November 18 - November 21
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SURFACE AND RESERVOIR
Borehole geophysics is a key component in linking surface measurements with the reservoir; data acquired in the well provide high resolution geological and geomechanical measurements vital to validate and constrain the processing of surface data (e.g. surface seismic) used across the field. Although the technical program may have a principal focus on acquisition and processing of borehole seismic data (Vertical Seismic Profiles), this workshop will be open to discussion of a wider range of geophysical techniques that utilize gravity, electromagnetic (EM), and microseismic surveys, to name but a few.