New E-Lecture on the EAGE YouTube Channel!

David ChalenskiWe just uploaded a new EAGE E-Lecture! This week David Chalenski presents a case study using a low-cost but high-data-quality seismic technique to monitor a waterflooded field. Click on the link and get to know everything about nodal surveys which can be targeted even in a highly complex sub-salt field. Visit our YouTube channel now!

View the E-Lecture here!

Have you already registered for Paris 2017?

Eiffeltower next to the riverWe are counting down to the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Paris, France! From 12-15 June Paris expo Port de Versailles will be filled with exhibitors, a spectacular technical programme including SPE EUROPEC will take place, as well as a vibrating student programme and lots of workshops, short courses and excursions. Join us there!

Register now!

EAGE new website and login

keyboard LoginButtonWe have been working on upgrading our website to strengthen EAGE’s position as a leading information platform for geoscientists and engineers. Today we proudly introduce our renewed EAGE website, with improved performance and services. Our login was updated to increase security, and an email was sent to provide new login credentials. In case you need help or see issues, please click here to learn more and get support.