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Gelendzhik, Russia 10 – 14 September / 2012
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The problems of integrated interpretation of geological and geophysical data during geological modeling of hydrocarbons
We invite you to take part in the 14th scientific-practical conference on the problems of integrated interpretation of geological and geophysical data during geological modeling of hydrocarbons’ deposits. The conference "GEOMODEL 2012" will be held in Gelendzhik, Russia, from September 10 to September 14 2012.
An open and objective discussion of petroleum geology and geophysics’ problems, training courses, field excursions, and discussion round tables allowed to achieve a high scientific level of all activities. At present time GEOMODEL, which is rightfully considered to be a universally recognized annual forum of geologists and geophysicists in Russia and CIS, becomes renowned throughout the world. On average 300-350 of leading specialists and scientists, representing more than 150 Russian and foreign companies and universities, attend about 200 oral and poster presentations, embracing a wide range of problems and new innovative software and technical solutions used in the petroleum industry
Several specialized sessions are run simultaneously during the conference which allows considering theoretical and practical problems of exploration, prospecting and development of oil and gas fields
Within the framework of the conference there will be:
- Reaserch and practicl Conference (oral and postal presentations);
- Short courses on Relevant topics related to the problems of geological and geophysical research;
- Commercial presentations of software packages and techniques;
- Geological field trip on mud volcanoes.