to blame for the current woes faced by
the seismic industry? Next, guess who's got some ideas about how
to make things better.
to quantity of seismic data so quiet it's deafening.
ahead? A road full of advances in computing, digital recording,
massive channel counts, 3-D imaging, time-lapse 4-D ... just to
name a few.
not just for oil anymore:
Seismic technologies are proving their value in the
3-D seismic technology led to a major gas discovery
-- and perhaps much more -- in South Africa.
In the world of seismic this could be a phrase to fear but objectivity
is the better approach.
study may shed light on the New Madrid,
a mid-western U.S. seismic zone that is much discussed but little
oil finders share their stories with a
standing-room-only crowd in Houston.
Does the public really dislike the oil industry?
I mean, really ... ?
The race to Barcelona is heating-up.
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