75 Konferencja i Wystawa EAGE w Londynie

W tym roku spotkanie EAGE odbyło się w Londynie w Centrum ExCel w dniach 10 do 13 czerwca. Głównym hasłem było „zmienianie granic” (Changing Frontiers). Doroczna konferencja i wystawa powróciła do Londynu po 6 latach. Stowarzyszenie EAGE liczy obecnie około 16 000 członków ze 110 krajów. Zakwalifikowano około 1000 referatów i posterów. Odbyło się 16 technicznych warsztatów (workshops) zarejestrowało się około 6500 uczestników. W wystawie wzięły udział następujące firmy polskie: Geofizyka Kraków, Geofizyka Toruń, Oil And Gas Institute, PBG Ltd, SAOGIET Poland (SITPNIG), Geopartner Kraków.


Przedstawiono 22 polskie referaty lub postery:

  1. Modelling for Statics Correction – S. Tlalka (Geofizyka Toruń SA) & R. Sobocinski (Geofizyka Toruń SA);

  2. Analysis of Migration Effects on Anisotropy Estimation for Shale Gas Reservoir - A Case Study from Northern Poland – A. Daletka (Geofizyka Torun Sp. z.o.o.) & M. Rudzki (Geofizyka Torun Sp.z.o.o.);

  3. Fluid Flow Modeling in Tight Carboniferous Sandstone – P. Krakowska* (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow), P. Madejski (AGH – University of Science and Technology in Krakow) & J. Jarzyna (AGH – University of Science and Technology in Krakow);

  4. Analysis of Reservoir Parameters of Main Dolomite (Ca2) in Gorzów Block (W Poland) – T. Skrzynik* (AGH – University of Science and Technology);

  5. Comparison of Refraction and Diving Wave Tomography Statics Solution along a Regional Seismic Profile in SE Poland – M.C. Cyz* (AGH – University of Science and Technology, Cracow) & M.M. Malinowski (Institute of Geophysics PAS, Warsaw);

  6. Radial Transform Potential of Coherent Linear Noise Attenuation – Z. Szymanska-Malysa* (AGH – University of Science and Technology);

  7. Analysis of Poststack FD Migration Efficiencyon 2D Synthetic Section Calculatedfor Geological Model of Salt Tectonics– L. Slonka* (AGH – University of Scienceand Technology);

  8. Comparison of CO2 Injection into Saline Aquifer Using Vertical and Horizontal Well – Central Poland – W. Machowski* (AGH University of Science and Technology) & G. Zabek (AGH University of Science and Technology);

  9. An Example of a Tight Gas Deposit in Polish Part of the Southern Permian Basin– J. Nosal* (AGH – University of Scienceand Technology) & G. Zabek (AGH – Universityof Science and Technology);

  10. Combination of Seismic and Well Log Data withthe Use of Attributes and AcousticFull Waveforms – K. Wawrzyniak-Guz* (AGH – University of Science and Technology) & M. Gruszczyk (Geofizyka Krakow);

  11. Inverse Q Filtering as a Tool for Improving Seismic Data Resolution of the Zechstein Formation in Fore-Sudetic Monocline – K.Cichostepski* (AGH – University of Science and Technology in Krakow) & M. Krol (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow);

  12. The Influence of Velocity Model for Seismic Imaging of the Sub-Zechstein Horizons and Inversion Results – M. Krol* (AGH University of Science and Technology) & M. Niepsuj (AGH – University ofScience and Technology);

  13. Selected Results of Seismic Modeling of Lower Permian Deposits in the Central Part of Mid-Polish Trough – Pasternacki*(AGH – University of Science and Technology);

  14. Interpretation of Seismic Data from Permian– Mesozoic Polish Basin in the Timeand Frequency Domain – A Kwietniak* (AGH University of Science and technology, Krakow);

  15. Using Extended Correlation Method in Regional Reflection Surveys – A CaseStudy from Poland – M. Malinowski* (Instituteof Geophysics PAS) & P. Brettwood (ION Geophysical);

  16. Deep Gas in the Central Part of the Polish Rotliegend Basin – M. Łojek* (Faculty of Geology Warsaw University);

  17. Origin of Oils Accumulated in Mesozoic-Cenozoic Reservoirs of the Iranian Sectorof the Persian Gulf – A.R. Rabbani (Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran,Iran), M.J. Kotarba (AGH – University of Science and Technology) & D. Wieclaw* (AGH – University of Science and Technology);

  18. Static 3D Model of the Rotliegend Depositsin the Żuchlów Gas Field Area,Fore-Sudetic Monocline,Western Poland– G. Zabek* (AGH – University Science and Technology), W. Machowski (AGH- University Science and Technology) &J. Nosal (AGH – University Science and Technology);

  19. Thermal Maturity of the Magura Nad DuklaNappes (Outer Carpathian, Poland)– Data from Vitrinite Reflectance and Illite-s – M.W. Waliczek* (AGH Universityof Science and Technology) & A.Ś. Świerczewska (AGH University of Science and Technology);

  20. 2D Inversion Ambiguity in the Case ofERT DataObtained from a Single SurveyLine – G. Bania* (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow) & M.Ćwiklik (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow);

  21. Application of GPR and Computer Modelling in Flood Embankment Investigation– K. Czaja* (AGH - University of Science and Technology);

  22. Detection of Water Accumulation in Weathering Zone Based on Shallow Seismic Methods – R. Matula (AGH – University of Science and Technology) & K. Czaja*(AGH – University of Science and Technology);

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