Welcome Aboard the Bell Geospace booth, number 1014
We invite you to meet with us 'onboard' the Bell Geo flight cabin booth at IMAGE 2023 in Houston. Could Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry data bring value to your next exploration project? We will help you discover more.
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Bell Geospace at IMAGE FTG in the spotlight in 2023!
The quantity and quality of FTG papers for this conference is unparalleled, showcasing an exceptional array of content. Our team alone contributes three technical presentations and two workshops, while an additional two papers from external sources further enrich the event. The content covers a wide spectrum including mineral exploration, energy transition, oil and gas, and geothermal topics, making IMAGE23 truly exceptional.
Beyond the highlighted presentations mentioned above, two additional talks of interest will be presented by external parties.
1. GM Applications session, Tuesday 11:10 AM 372B.
Full tensor gradient (FTG) gravity data application for karst features detection in the northeastern Delaware Basin, West Texas. Hualing Zhang1, Dale E. Bird2 (1. Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration & Development, PetroChina, Beijing; 2. Bird Geophysical)
2. GM Applications session, Tuesday 11:10 AM 372B.
Airborne Gravity Gradiometry: a case study for integrated interpretation from the Upper Assam Basin in Northeast India. INTD 3: Data Across Disciplines, Tuesday 2.10 PM 372C.
Subrata Singha1, Pawan K. Singh1, Anup Kumar1, Koustav Dasgupta1 (1. OIL INDIA LIMITED, Duliajan)
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We regret not having the opportunity to connect with you. If you're interested in accessing any of the materials covered in our sessions, please feel free to reach out, and we'd be delighted to share them with you.