Connect with us at the EAGE Workshop on Fiber Optic Sensing for Energy Applications on 9–11 November 2020.

Garth Naldrett, Chief Product Officer, will deliver the keynote speech on how developments in subsea hardware and distributed sensing allowed fiber optics to be brought into subsea wells, filling the previous data void. He will also present a case study on BP’s Atlantis Field in the Gulf of Mexico describing how engineered fibers allow permanently installed sensors to acquire both 3D and 4D seismic surveys in multiple subsea wells at significantly lower cost to conventional technologies.

Michael Mondanos, VP Environmental Mining and Infrastructure, will present on the fundamental operating principles of a DTS system, describing both active and passive techniques. He will discuss our latest applications, sharing our latest case studies of measurements of low flow rates in boreholes & dams. He will highlight how these application have given operators greater insight into the safety and operation of their assets.

The workshop will bring together lead researchers developing sensing tools and experts in the field of distributed fiber optic sensing with the aim to promote the use of this innovative technology in Asia Pacific.

The event is to cater for professionals from the oil and gas industry, CCUS and other linked areas, including geoscientists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, well completion and civil engineers.

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