Geosoft to present at the 21st International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition
Australian conference focuses on how well-applied geophysical techniques help exploration companies make world-class discoveries
Sydney, Australia - Geosoft will be among presenters at the 21st International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition, in Sydney, Australia. Running August 22-26, 2010, the International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition is sponsored by the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG) and the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA). The 2010 conference theme is ‘Future Discoveries are in our Hands’ with a focus on how well-applied geophysical techniques can help exploration companies make world-class discoveries.
Advanced geophysical methods are being used to characterize deeper prospects and complex fields, providing new insight and reducing risks within petroleum and mineral resource exploration. Geosoft will present two case studies demonstrating how the use of gravity interpretation and modelling can help resolve structural ambiguity and generate new opportunities in the Pedirka Basin in central Australia and in Canada’s Sudbury Basin.
The Geosoft case studies include A Gravity Case Study of the Podolsky Deposit, Sudbury Basin by Elizabeth Baranyi, Geosoft Geophysical Solutions Specialist on August 22, and Interpretation and Modelling of the Pedirka Basin (Central Australia) using Magnetics and Gravity by Christopher Bishop, Account Executive with Geosoft Australia on August 23.
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Carmela Burns, Geosoft