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Statoil at eage

  1. 1. Statoil speakers at EAGE 1-
  2. 2. Why Statoil is attending EAGE In Statoil we have a strong focus on exploration activities using the latest techniques and technology. We believe this focus will ensure long- term production growth and value creation. Attending the EAGE conference will not only give us insight into new technology and knowledge, but it will also give us an opportunity to show the rest of the industry what we are made of. 2-
  3. 3. Statoil speakers at EAGE Milana Ayzenberg, Senior researcher geophysics Milana Ayzenberg holds a M.Sc. degree in applied mathematics and informatics from the Novosibirsk State University, Russia, and a Ph.D. degree in geophysics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. She currently works in the Geophysical reservoir monitoring project at Statoil’s research centre, Trondheim, Norway. Her main focus is quantitative seismic 4D inversion and imaging. Tuesday 15 June, Posterbox 16, 15.20: 4D Seismic modelling using the tip–wave superposition method 15.45: Feasible green’s function for a domain with shadow zones Wednesday 16 June, room 127/128, 09.30: Stratigraphically constrained seismic 4D inversion Room 113, 16.55: Applicability of AVO inversion based on effective reflection coefficients to long–offset data from curved interfaces 3-
  4. 4. Philippe Nivlet, Principal professional geophysics Philippe Nivlet currently works with seismic interpretation, seismic inversion and facies analysis. He previously worked at Statoil’s research centre in Trondheim in the IOR group, participating to activities in the field of shared earth modelling, including seismic reservoir characterization, uncertainty processing, depth conversion and structural model update. Tuesday 15 June, room 119, 10.45: Integration of Seismic data and uncertainties in the Facies model – application to the Snorre field interfaces 4-
  5. 5. Bård Osdal, Specialist geophysics Bård Osdal has a geophysicist degree from NTNU. He has worked as a geophysicist in Norne from 2001-2009, mainly 4D and quantitative geophysical analysis, research on 4D repeatability and 4D data quality 2009-2010. Geophysicist Snøhvit from 2010. Tuesday 15 June, room 125, 15.45: Norne 4D and reservoir management – the keys to success Wednesday 16 June, Statoil stand, 12.00: Norne 4D and reservoir management – the keys to success Thursday 17 June, room 120, 10.45: Sea bed diffraction and impact on 4D seismic data – observations from synthetic modelling and field data 5-
  6. 6. Ivar Andreas Sandø, Project manager Ivar Andreas Sandø is responsible for the Geophysical reservoir monitoring (GRM) initiative within Statoil, and head of GRM Implementation team which main goal is to facilitate implementation of new GRM technologies and GRM workflows in the company. Tuesday 15 June, Statoil stand, 15.00: Statoil corporate technology strategy with focus on EIIS and GRM Wednesday 16 June, Statoil stand, 15.00: Statoil corporate technology strategy with focus on EIIS and GRM 6-
  7. 7. Annelin Norenes Haaland, Resource manager, geophysics Annelin Norenes Haaland started in Statoil in 1995, and currently works at Statoil’s research centre in Bergen, Norway. She has long experience in the area of geophysical reservoir monitoring, both as a 4D discipline leader on Troll, and as R&D activity leader for Integrated use of 4D seismic data. Tuesday 15 June, room 119, 10.20: Geomodel update using 4D petrophysical seismic inversion on the Troll West field 7-
  8. 8. Håvard Alnes, Senior geophysicist Håvard Alnes has a PhD in physics from the University of Oslo, and joined Statoil in 2007. He is working with geophysical reservoir monitoring, mainly with utilising time-lapse gravity and subsidence measurements in reservoir management. Tuesday 15 June, room 125, 14.55: Experiences on seafloor gravimetric and subsidence monitoring above producing reservoirs Wednesday 16 June, Statoil stand, 17.00: Experiences on seafloor gravimetric and subsidence monitoring above producing reservoirs 8-
  9. 9. Bernd Lahmeyer, Leading geophysicist Bernd Lahmeyer has a PhD in geophysics from the Free University of Berlin. At university he became a specialist in potential field data. He has worked for 20 years in Shell where he worked mainly in application support, data management and finally as a global subsurface infrastructure manager. Bernd joined Statoil in 2009 where he started working again in his original area of expertise, potential field data. Thursday 15 June, room 116, 17.45: Interactive 3D gravity and magnetic modelling in IGMAS+ and the integration in the depth imaging workflow 9-
  10. 10. Dmitri Lokshtanov, Specialist, seismic processing Dmitri Lokshtanov has a Master of Science, Applied Mathematics, 1981; Moscow Electrotechnical University; Ph.D. Geophysics, 1988 from the Institute of the Physics of the Earth, Academy of Sciences, Moscow. He has worked in Hydro since 1991 with seismic modelling, processing, inversion, migration, and received the Norwegian Geophysical Prize in 1998, and Hydro’s Birkeland Award in 1999. Wednesday 16 June, room 114, 09.55: Surface Related Multiple Elimination for WATS Data Wednesday 16 June, room 115, 15.45: Local Plane Wave Tomography” 10 -
  11. 11. Where to find us 11 -