AmsterdamPG makes its début at the EAGE 2012

Amsterdam Petroleum Geoscience (AmsterdamPG), the new venture of T&A Survey, made its first appearance at a major conference: the EAGE Exhibition and Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, June 4-7 2012

EAGE delegates visiting the stand were impressed with the new enthusiasm AmsterdamPG is generating within the world of hydrocarbon exploitation. Amsterdam Petroleum Geoscience is focused exclusively on all subsurface evaluations of pre-development and early development assets.

The patented 3D Borehole Radar tool developed by T&A Survey was well received by the attendees with requests for additional information. The functionality of the 3D BHR for petroleum-scale wells was of particular interest to the visitors.

AmsterdamPG operates in a field of strong competitors, many of whom were present at the EAGE 2012. It was a good opportunity to meet our competitors and compare the services they offer and what part of the petroleum market they serve. AmsterdamPG targets small and midsize oil companies with niche services dealing with tired assets, unconventional assets and abandoned fields.

Emphasis at the EAGE 2012 was mostly in seismic acquisition. Many of the  exhibitors presented their new seismic equipment, such as OBC and their vectorial hydrophone receivers. Fugro unveiled their seismic streamer business and WesternGeco presented a very innovative technique to transform a regular streamer survey into a dense 3D seismic survey. CGGVeritas officially launched their Hampson-Russell Strata 9 suite, as did BakerHughes with their integrated JewelSuite. A strong Chinese presence indicated China's growing energy needs and the demands placed on the global petroleum market. All in all, the EAGE 2012 conference was a successful launch for AmsterdamPG.

Other news