New E-Lecture on the EAGE YouTube Channel!
We 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!
Ballot results are in, find out more!
We are happy to announce that the EAGE 2017 ballot has seen a record number of members casting their vote for the four vacancies open this year. We would like to thank all candidates for standing for election and EAGE members for casting their votes. The results of the ballot can be found here.
Register now for Near Surface Geoscience 2017!
We just had the TP selection meeting for Near Surface Geoscience 2017. Stay tuned for the complete programme of the 23rd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, the Second European Airborne Electromagnetics Conference and the Fourth Sustainable Earth Sciences Conference! In the meantime, registration is open: visit the website for all registration possibilities!