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Earthworks Reservoir in GeoExpro
We are delighted to announce that Ashley Francis
Director of Earthworks Reservoir has been published
once again in the GeoExpro magazine. Use the
following link to read both parts of the article.
A Simple Guide to Depth Conversion - Part 1
A Simple Guide to Depth Conversion - Part 2
Direct Seismic Amplitude Detuning
GEOeXpro Magazine Issue 5 2016 on page 17 Direct Seismic Amplitude Detuning
Seismic Amplitudes Benefit From Seismic Trace Detuning
E&P Magazine July 2016
A Simple Guide to Seismic Amplitudes and Detuning
Seismic amplitude changes may tell us something about reservoir lithology, porosity, and/or fluids. However, seismic tuning effects are
potentially much larger than amplitude variations due to geological changes. Understanding this key concept is critical to effective seismic
published 2015 (issue 5)
A Simple Guide to Volumetrics
Why accurately calculating gross rock volume uncertainty is key published 2015 (issue 3)
Earthworks Reservoir GEOExPro Article ‘Technology Explained: A Simple Guide to
Earthworks Reservoir are delighted to announce that Geo Expro have chosen to feature an article written by Ashley Francis in the latest
issue, entitled “A Simple Guide to Volumetrics”. Please find a link to the publication & article below.
GEOExPro Artical ‘Technology Explained: A Simple Guide to Volumetrics’
A Simple Guide to Seismic Inversion –
Seismic inversion is a complex topic with many different methods. This can make it confusing for the non-specialist to understand the
various flavours of seismic inversion and choose the most appropriate tool for a particular interpretation task - published 2014
Earthworks Reservoir Engage with Local School to “Find Oil”.
Global Exploration and Production consultants Earthworks Reservoir engage with local school,
marking a year since the consultants expanded their operations to Aberdeen.
The primary 6 classes had been studying oil and gas exploration since the summer break and
wanted to learn more about finding oil and why it is in their local sea. Engaging with Ferryhill
School, John Sayer – Business Development Manager, provided a fun and informative afternoon
workshop. The 40 primary 6 pupils were taken on a journey that lasted around 250million years,
not easy in one afternoon.
The children were thrilled to learn the origins of fossil fuels, the units of source, reservoir and
sealing rock and how we as an industry find oil using complex processes from Seismic Vessels to
Reservoir Modelling to identify such
entities; all of course in the
language of 10 and 11 year olds.
The afternoon was rounded off with
a spot of petroleum engineering.
Divided into teams of 5, the children
were provided with 25 drinking
straws and some cello tape and
briefed on building a drilling derrick. The derricks were tested to see how
much weight they could hold, a bucket of rocks in true geological fashion. The
subsequent testing provided no winner with many structural failures being
witnessed so the team, who had built the best looking derrick, prior to
testing, were deemed the winners.
The afternoon was a great success and Earthworks Reservoir would hope that
maybe a future subsurface professional might just have been inspired to join
our industry when they grow up. Judging by the Q&A some of them would
definitely do well within the subsurface sector.
Earthworks makes the headlines.
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