Our Senior Reservoir Engineer and Machine Learning mastermind Dr. Latif Yalcinoglu held a poster presentation titled ‘Can machines learn to pick first breaks as humans do?’ at the first EAGE/PESGB workshop on Machine Learning in Europe, 29-30 November 2018 in London, UK.
In this month’s issue of EAGE’s First Break journal, our Principal Geophysicist, Dr. Christian Stotter and Senior Geoscientist Robert Rieger report on one of HOT’s latest successful projects on a giant oilfield in Libya.
The festive season is in full swing, the “X-mas trees” on oil rigs glisten in the winter sun and the year is coming to a close. We sincerely thank you for your trust and loyalty and look forward to another exciting year with you. Read on about what we accomplished this year!
By applying SenEx, HOT’s advanced assisted history matching tool, ADNOC Offshore was able to achieve a technically sound, well-by-well history match with fewer than 20 (!) simulation runs ONLY!
Our 2019 public course program is waiting for you. Our comprehensive course portfolio covers the entire upstream spectrum and includes a number of exciting new courses. On top of that, several sessions are available in Spanish. Visit our Downloads page to access your digital copy of our 2019 public course schedule.
HOT is proud to have been part of GOTECH2018 in October, in Dubai. Besides the technical paper presentations visitors could find out more about our Exploration and Field Development Services, SenEx (Next-Generation Assisted History Matching Tool), ‘Rock-on-a-Chip’ Microfluidics Solutions, MACC and Training at our booth.
Upskill in autumn 2018 to make 2019 your most successful year. Last-minute spots for our autumn courses are still available, but be swift to register! The listed courses are *CONFIRMED* and will be held in Vienna, Austria.
September means ‘Back to School’! Cones filled with candy and useful school supplies are traditionally given to Austrian children on their first day of school. Join our autumn courses – we fill your cone with knowledge! Read on for a list of our confirmed and high-in-demand courses.
The conference covered the mathematical aspects of physical modelling, linear solvers, risk and uncertainty, uncertainty quantification, data assimilation, reservoir geomechanics etc. – and Daniel Awofodu from our SenEx Support Team presented a paper titled “Revealing Hidden Reservoir Features During History Matching Using An Adjoint Method”.
HOT Participation at the First School on Sandstone Diagenesis at the FAU University in Erlangen, Germany
Sharon Tiainen and Dr Chris Cubitt, HOT’s principal reservoir geologists, attended the First School on Sandstone Diagenesis at the FAU University in Erlangen, Germany. Chris and Sharon were the key note speakers, along with ExxonMobil’s Dr William Heins and leading academics Dr Luca Caracciolo (from FAU) and Dr Saturnina Henares and Prof Gert Jan Weltje (from KU Lueven).