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The Key to Success in the Offshore Arena: How Subsurface Knowledge Drives Risk Reduction and Project Success

Tuesday, 2 May
600
Technical / Poster Session
This session focuses on the application of geophysical and geotechnical knowledge to de-risk projects for offshore applications including offshore wind development (both floating and fixed foundation) as well as oil and gas exploration and development. The emphasis of the presentations is on robustly characterizing subsurface conditions and properties, thereby identifying both risks and opportunities for optimizing the development of offshore resources. Attendees will gain better understanding and appreciation of how geophysical and geotechnical data help drive offshore project success by providing a comprehensive understanding of subsurface conditions that can profoundly impact the outcomes of resource development programs.
Chairperson
Lawrence Scott, Geophysical Advisor – New Energy - PGS
Gokay Bozkurt, Senior Advisor - TotalEnergies
Sponsoring Society:
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
  • Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)
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