In addition to the Board and Divisional Committees, EAGE also has a number of permanent committees in place:
Technical Programme Committee (TPC)
The Technical Programme Committee is chaired by the Technical Programme Officer, who is elected by the EAGE membership. The members are the Technical Programme Officers, representing the various disciplines, of the Divisions.
The Technical Programme Committee is responsible for the technical programme of the Annual Conference and other conferences, workshops, meetings etc. of the Association. It supports the technical programme of other conferences, meetings, workshops etc. in cases of involvement of the Association. The work of the Technical Programme Committee comprises the acquisition, refereeing, selection and programming of oral and poster papers, workshops, field trips etc. and assistance to the Board in the long-term planning of the Technical Programme.
|Aart-Jan van Wijngaarden (TPO / Chair)||Integration||Equinor|
|Alireza Malehmir (Chair NSGD)||Near Surface||Uppsala University|
|Caroline Jane Lowrey||Geology||Spirit Energy|
|Deyan Draganov||Near Surface||Delft University of Technology|
|Esther Bloem||Near Surface||Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research
|John Brittan||Geophysics||ION Geophysical|
|Lucy Slater (Chair OGGD)||Geophysics||Trident Energy|
|Maartje Houben||Reservoir||Utrecht University|
|Martin Widmaier||Geophysics||Petroleum Geo-Services|
|Pierre-Olivier Lys||Reservoir Geophysics||Total
|Walter Rietveld||Geophysics||BP Exploration Ltd|
The scope of the REvC is to address the impact of new technologies on the estimation, classification and categorization of Reserves and resources, paying due attention to uncertainty and with a non-exclusive technical focus on the integration of geophysical methods with Reserves characterization and modelling.
The REvC aims to increase awareness and competence relating to the classification and categorization of Reserves and resources amongst its membership and in the geoscience community at large through journal articles, short courses, targeted workshops and dedicated sessions at the annual conference.
Due to its wide scope the REvC may operate with subcommittees each dedicated to a type of resource.
Current members of the EAGE REvC Committee:
|Øistein Bøe||Equinor, Observer to the SEG-OGRC|
|Xavier Troussaut||Total, Observer to the SPE-OGRC
|Conor Ryan||Premier Oil Plc
|Thies Dose||Wintershall Dea|
|Alexei Huerta||Reservoir Management Consulting (RMC)|
|Christian Hidalgo||Ineos Oil & Gas|
|Dominique Guerillot||Texas A&M University at Qatar|
The EAGE Research Committee (RC) acts as a voice of the members towards the EAGE organization, especially regarding issues related to the scientific content. The RC members come from the various application fields within our community, having specialisms like seismics (the majority), other geophysical applications, petroleum engineering, near surface and geology.
The RC members are all motivated to keep the technical standards of the EAGE as high as they have been. By all means we try to help EAGE to bring a broad, high-level and dedicated scientific program towards the geoscience community.
One of the main activities of the EAGE RC is to organize workshops during the annual meeting and contribute in organizing stand-alone workshops, like the yearly joint SEG-EAGE Summer Research Workshop. Furthermore, the RC supports dedicated sessions during the annual EAGE meeting.
In addition the RC advises the EAGE organization in issues that are of importance to the membership and spot new trends that may need attention. The RC can also start new initiatives, like was done a few years ago with the introduction of the “Earthdat” portal at the EAGE website, in order to gather information on geophysical data, models and software.
|Xander Campman (Chair)||Seismic||Shell|
|Adam Cherrett||Geophysics / Seismic ||Total|
|Andrea Moscariello||Geology ||TU Delft|
|Andrea Zerilli||Potential Methods ||Schlumberger
|Adriana Citlali Ramirez||Geophysics||TGS|
|Antony Price||EM / Potential Methods||Total|
|Christian Hanitzsch||Seismic||Wintershall DEA|
|Colin MacBeth||Seismic ||Heriot-Watt University|
|David Bruhn||Geothermal Energy||Helmholtz Centre Postdam|
|Dirk Gajewski||Seismic||University of Hamburg|
|Dominique Guérillot||Petroleum Engineering||Texas A&M Qatar|
|Eric Verschuur||Seismic||TU Delft|
|Giorgio Minelli||Geology||University of Perugia|
|Jan Thorbecke||HPC / Seismic||Cray|
|Johan Robertsson||Seismic||ETH Zürich|
|Kurt Strack||Geophysics / Petrophysics / EM ||KMS Technologies|
|Malcolm Francis||Geophysics ||Schlumberger|
|Martin Tygel||Applied Mathematics ||State University of Campinas|
|Massimo Antonelli||Potential Methods ||Eni|
|Mokhles Mezghani||Petroleum Engineering ||Saudi Aramco|
|Olivier Gosselin||Petroleum Engineering ||Imperial College London|
|Ranajit Ghose||Seismic / Near Surface||TU Delft|
|René-Edouard Plessix||Seismic / EM||Shell|
|Rita Streich||EM Geophysics / HPC||Shell|
|Stefan Buske||Seismic||TU Bergakademie Freiberg|
|Tijmen Jan Moser||Seismic||MGS|
|Ulrich Zimmer||Passive Seismic||Shell|
|Yunyue Li (Elita)||Seismic||National University of Singapore|
The Publications Committee is chaired by the Publications Officer, who is elected by the EAGE membership. The members are the Chief-Editors of all the journals of the Association: First Break, Geophysical Prospecting, Near Surface Geophysics, Petroleum Geoscience, Basin Research and Geociencias Aplicadas Latinoamericanas. The Publications Committee co-ordinates between the journals of the Association, develops a publication policy for the Association, supports the Publications Officer and gives advice to the Board.
|Ingrid Magnus||Publications Officer|
|Ranajit Ghose||Near Surface Geophysics|
|Peter Rowbotham||First Break|
|Tijmen Jan Moser||Geophysical Prospecting|
|Alte Rotevatn||Basin Research|
The Publication Committee For Books advise the Publications Officer on whether a book is worthy of publication and suggest possible referees for the final book proposal. The Publication Officer is the Chairman of the Book Publication Committee.
EAGE covers the full range of topics within Geosciences and Engineering and the committee members need to reflect this range and should therefore be comprised of geoscientists and engineers with a range of expertise. The members of the Book Publication Committee will be appointed for the periods of two years and can be re-appointed for new two-year period twice for a maximum period of six years.
Current members of the Publications Committee are:
|Jean-Jacques Biteau||Basin analysis, Formation evaluation, migration & basin modelling, diagenesis, Reservoir description, Seismic interpretation, Structural analysis, Sedimentology
|Prof. Alain Tabbagh||Near Surface Geophysics; EM induction methods, DC Resistivity methods, Potential methods and Geothermics.
|Dr. Phil Christie||Marine seismic acquisition physics, Well logging and formation evaluation, Rock physics, Seismic reservoir characterization, Time-lapse seismic, Continental margins
|Dr. John Brittan||General Seismic Data Processing, Seismic Data Imaging and Model Building, Demultiple, denoise and regularisation, Full-waveform inversion.
|Prof. Hitoshi Mikado||Applied Geophysics: Theories and praxis in exploration seismology, Seismic data processing, Seismic interpretation, Electromagnetic exploration, Petrophysics, Earthquake seismology, Volcano-seismology, Geodesy, Tectonophysics, Petroleum Engineering: Drilling engineering, Oceanic Engineering
|Prof. Ann Muggeridge||Reservoir engineering, flow in porous media, enhanced oil recovery, upscaling, CO2 sequestration, reservoir characterization, compartmentalization
|Dr. Michael Welsh||Structural geology and geomechanics, fault seal analysis, fault zone architecture, fracture analysis and prediction, and geomechanical modelling.
|Dr. Eric Verschuur||Signal processing, seismic processing, wave theory, seismic modelling, multiple removal and multiple imaging, seismic imaging, inversion techniques|
The Committee on Membership and Cooperation is chaired by the Membership and Cooperation Officer. Its members are appointed by the Board and serve for a period of two to six years.
The objective of the Committee on Membership and Cooperation is to improve the interaction between members of the Association and to facilitate the creation and activities of local chapters and groups of special interest. The Committee supports the Membership and Cooperation Officer and gives advice to the Board.
Furthermore the Committee on Membership and Cooperation is responsible for assigning event support. For more information on event support, please go to Support.
Current members of the Committee on Membership and Cooperation are:
|Caroline Le Turdu (Chair)||Congo
|Salma Alsinan||Saudi Arabia
|Yuriy Ivanov (EAGE YP Chair)||Norway|
|César Barajas-Olalde||United States
|David Leonardo Moreno|
The Education Committee is chaired by the Education Officer. Its members are appointed by the Board and serve for a period of two to six years.
The objective of this committee is to set up a coherent and integrated programme of educational activities for the Association or in collaboration with related Societies.
|Colin MacBeth (Chair)||Heriot-Watt University||United Kingdom
|Chiara Aruffo||Dii Desert Energy||France
|Claudio Bagaini||Schlumberger||United Kingdom
|Maren Kleemeyer||Shell||The Netherlands|
|Sergey Fomel||University of Texas at Austin||United States of America|
The Student Affairs Committee is a sub-committee of the Education Committee. The Student Affairs Committee is composed of a chairman and at least four other members. All these functionaries are appointed by the Board and serve for a period of two to six years. The Student Affairs Committee focuses on student affairs and local student representation and activities. The Student Affairs Committee reports to the Education Officer.
|Claudia Steiner-Luckabauer, co-chair ||HOT Engineering GmbH
|Pierre-Olivier Lys, co-chair||Total
|Karine Labat||IFP Energies Nouvelles / IFP School|
|Giancarlo Bernasconi||Politecnico di Milano
|Arjan Kamp||Total E&P
|Roger Arthur Clark||University of Leeds
|Thomas Finkbeiner|| King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
|Frank Richards||Dalhousie University
The AC comprises a Chair in addition to a team of voting members who cover the geoscientific and related engineering disciplines, 5 members will be ex officio the latest 5 past presidents in a rolling sequence timed with the Presidential rolling sequence; 4 members will be the latest 2 Erasmus and 2 Wegener Awardees in a rolling sequence timed with the annual awarding process. All members of the Awards Committee must be bona fide EAGE members.
The Chair and the members are nominated biannually and must be ratified and approved by the EAGE Board, a process that would normally occur at the Board Meeting held at the Annual Conference. The Chair has the duty to keep the committee populated and balanced (in terms of geographical distribution and professional back ground). The Chair and the Awards Committee members are all independent of the Board but the Vice-President-Elect or the Vice-President is an ex officio, non-voting member of the AC, responsible for liaison with the Board.
The AC recommends candidates for the various statutory EAGE Awards no later than 1st December of each year so that they may be considered by the EAGE Board at their December Board meeting. The best papers awards will be nominated by 14th February in time for the March Board Meeting – so that the last issue of First Break and our cited international journals can be given appropriate consideration.
The AC reports to the Board and is advised by the Vice-President or the Vice-President Elect. The Board has the final decision on its recommendations. However, the Board is not permitted to make counter or new proposals.
EAGE is not obliged to offer every Award in every year. Most Awards are limited to one candidate or group of candidates. Honorary Membership and, in exceptional circumstances, the Schlumberger Award may be offered to a maximum of two (2) candidates.
Current members of the Awards Committee are:
|Anton Ziolkowski (Chair)||University of Edinburgh|
|Tiziana Vanorio (Vice-Chair)||Stanford University|
|Andrew Curtis||University of Edinburgh|
|Andrey Bakulin||Saudi Aramco|
|Azadeh Hojat||Shahid Bahor University of Kerma|
|Carlos Torres-Verdín||The University of Texas at Austin|
|Lucy MacGregor||Rock Solid Images|
|Martin Blunt||Imperial College|
|Maša Prodanović||The University of Texas at Austin|
|Panos Tsourlos||Aristotle University of Thessaloniki|
|Patrick N.J. Rasolofosaon||IFP Energies Nouvelles|
|Pham Huy Giao||Petro Vietnam University|
|Sabine Klarner||Klarenco LLC|
|Sebastian Geiger||Heriot-Watt University|
|Yanghua Wang||Imperial College|
|Jean-Marc Rodriguez (Board Liaison)||Total Energies|
The IOR Committee is responsible for the content of IOR Symposia.
Current members of the IOR Committee are:
|Emma Chapman (Chair)||BP|
|AbdulKareem Al-Sofi||Saudi Aramco|
|Diederik van Batenburg||Shell International E&P BV
|Samir Békri||IFP Energies nouvelles
|Mariann Dalland||Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
|Inna Edelman||Salym Petroleum Development N.V.
|Panteha Ghahri||UK Oil and Gas Authority|
|Mark Holtz||Consultant, SPE IOR Tulsa Technical Programme|
|Bernd Leonhardt||Wintershall DEA
|Merete Madland||IOR Centre of Norway|
|Franco Masserano||Eni S.p.A. E&P
|Ann Muggeridge||Imperial College London|
|Pete Eilsø Nielsen||Equinor|
|William Rossen||Delft University of Technology|
|Leonid Surguchev||LUKOIL Overseas North Shelf AS
|János Szelényi||MOL Group
The ECMOR Committee is responsible for the content of ECMOR Conferences.
|Ahmed Elsheikh||Heriot-Watt University
|Alberto Cominelli||Eni S.p.A.
|Louis Durlofsky||Stanford University
|Dominique Guerillot||Texas A&M University in Qatar
|Hadi Hajibeygi||Delft University of Technology
|Mickaele Le Ravalec (Co-Chair)||IFPEN|
|Roland Masson||University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
|Stephan Matthai||University of Melbourne
|Edel Reiso||Equinor ASA
|Ralf Schulze-Riegert (Co-Chair)||Schlumberger
|Michael Peter Suess||Wintershall DEA
The Programme for Association and Cooperation in Earth Sciences (PACE) is funded by EAGE and supports individual geoscientists to participate actively in selected EAGE events. This support is available for accepted speakers who cannot obtain financial support from other sources. With the PACE programme, EAGE strives to encourage the exchange of information and knowledge among the global geoscientific community.
|Christian Henke (chair)||Germany|
|Caroline Le Turdu||France|
|Gordon Cooper||South Africa