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SIPES Luncheon: January 16, 2020

January 16 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm CST

Free – $50


Free and Open Source Data and Software for Geoscientists: Part II, Seismic Interpretation Software

Learn the difference between freeware, shareware, open source, and commercial software. Understand the business models that support these different software approaches. See examples and demonstrations of free seismic interpretation software for horizon and fault picking, for 3d visualization, and for calculation and evaluation of seismic attributes.

About Our Speaker

Steve Adcock, President at Resource Evaluations

Steve Adcock, Resources Evaluations

Steve has degrees in Physics, Geology, and Geophysics. He started in the oil business with Texaco as an exploration geophysicist, then moved to the Woodlands to become the exploration and development geophysicist for Mitchell Energy in the Fort Worth Basin, where he created the first seismic stratigraphic interpretation of the Fort Worth Basin and Muenster Arch. He was part of Mitchell Energy’s Barnett Shale team, which was recognized with the 2013 Spirit of ECC Award for their achievements in initiating the shale play revolution.

After Mitchell Energy, Steve worked overseas for a decade, then returned to the US where he consults out of Houston, TX. Steve spends his time in the geosciences discovering new plays and trends and pushing the technological boundaries of interpretation. He enjoys researching new technologies, especially those involving smart materials and drones. His favorite meme: The Singularity.


January 16
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Free – $50


BK Buongiorno
(713) 651-1639


Petroleum Club of Houston
1201 Louisiana Street, 35th Floor
Houston, TX 77002 United States
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