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Expanding Geophysical Frontiers

The Society of Exploration Geophysicists invites you to its 83rd Annual Meeting and International Exposition, to be held in Houston, Texas, 2227 September
2013 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The 2013 SEG Steering Committee, SEG staff, sponsors, and many volunteers have been working to put together
the worlds largest oil, energy, and mineral show exhibiting advanced technology for use in exploration and development. The city of Houston rst hosted the
convention in 1966, and this will be the 11th time it has had the honor.
The week-lled activities begin with the annual Golf Tournament at Redstone Golf Club, home of the Shell Open. Redstone has been the recipient of numerous
awards, such as the 2013 Golf Course of the Year awarded by the National Golf Course Owners Association and 2012 Best Overall Public Course by Avid Golfer.
The tournament will be held on Saturday morning, 22 September, and it is organized by Golf Chair, Clive Hurst.
The Sunday evening Icebreaker begins the convention and will be held in the convention hall, where you will be able to preview the exhibitions in a casual
setting. The Exhibitor Chairman, Matthew Padon, announced increases in exhibitor numbers over last year. This years event features more than 315 commercial
company and university booths, more than 35 of them new. He has worked to bring in companies that supply goods and services to the geophysical industry that
dont normally exhibit at the SEG Annual Meeting.
The SEG Forum on Monday morning is still in the planning stages but promises to be an informative event. The Technical Program
Program,, chaired by James
Schuelke, begins Monday afternoon. James and his committee evaluated 1,415 abstract submissions, which is the second-highest number on record. This year
will feature the largest technical program ever, with nearly 1,000 presentations. James committee has been working overtime organizing the oral, poster, and
electronic poster sessions. The posters will be located on the Level 3 foyer just outside of the oral session and electronic poster session rooms. Twenty workshops
will follow the technical sessions beginning Thursday afternoon. Imaging, as it has for the last few years, continues to be active, but now full waveform inversion
is of strong interest. There is an emphasis on oil shale plays as well, which highlights our need to understand the fracturing process. To further your education,
dont forget to review the Continuing Education courses offered on the Saturday and Sunday before the conference begins.
On Tuesday, please do not miss our International Reception with an African avor in the Student Pavilion, hosted by Global Chairman Rocco Detomo. The
Global Affairs Committee Luncheons, held Tuesday and Wednesday, are fun networking events featuring food, entertainment, and speakers from the different regions.
We are really looking forward to the Applied Science Education Program on Wednesday. This program is chaired by Wulf Massell. Our speaker, Dr.
Christina Massell Symons, will inspire hundreds of Houston high school students with her presentation The
The DEEPSEA CHALLENGE Expedition: Reaching
for the Stars from the Bottom of the Ocean. In addition, a select group of students will be able to participate in a hands-on activity led by Rob Stewart with
the University of Houston and then tour the exhibit hall to learn from various companies why this is such an exciting industry to be in!
For the Wednesday Night Event
Event,, hosted by Vice-Steering Committee Chair Leon Thomsen, SEG will take over the House of Blues,
Blues, a short three blocks
from the convention center. Get ready for great music, food, and unique surroundings spread over different rooms. The Headliner will be in the Music Hall, with
other surprise entertainment throughout the venue.
Susan Bell is chairing the Spouse Program.
Program. With the help of her diverse committee, Susan has developed an
engaging program for the spouses and guests of our delegates. The program will consists of an intriguing seminar
schedule in the spouse suite and great entertainment from Past Presidents at the Spouse Program Luncheon. Two
exciting optional tours are also available. One tour will visit the historic painted churches just outside Houston on the
Painted Churches Tour. The second tour, the Bayou Bend Tour, will visit the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens as well
as the historic River Oaks neighborhood.
Our Sponsorship Chairman, Gary Crouse, has been contacting companies to help support some of the programs for
the conference. We want to thank all of the companies for the generosity in helping to put on this event.
Soa Campbell, our Volunteer Chair, needs about 125 volunteers for the technical sessions and other events. The
SEG Web site www.seg.org/amvolunteer provides the information on how you can sign up and assist our cause.
For more information on our 83rd SEG Annual Meeting and International Exposition, visit www.seg.org/am.
www.seg.org/am. As Im
sure you will discover, the exhibition and the technical sessions will clearly demonstrate why our
theme is Expanding Geophysical Frontiers.
Frontiers
Sincerely,

Lee Bell
General Chairman

Photos courtesy of visithoustontexas.com

The Worlds Largest Exploration Geophysics


and Technical Exposition
Exposition Preview
The SEG International Exposition and 83rd Annual Meeting continues as the most valuable resource to the oil and gas, mining,
environmental, and near-surface geophysical industries. To see the technological advancements being made in geophysics,
plan to spend a part of every day in the exhibit area. The premier geoscience event in the world offers more opportunities to see,
rst-hand, new and unique types of technology for use in exploration and associated industries.
This years exhibition will feature more than 300 exhibiting companies from around the globe. The exposition will have many
companies exhibiting for the rst time. Most are start-up companies with the talents to bring new innovations to the industry.
Many new geophysical products and services will be introduced at this exhibition, including computer software and hardware;
seismic acquisition and processing equipment; educational, consulting, and project management services; and numerous other
innovative products and services.

Council Meeting
The Council will hold its yearly meeting at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the Hilton Americas. Council members will discuss important
issues facing the Society.
Icebreaker and Expo Preview
The Sunday Evening Icebreaker/Exposition Preview (6-8 p.m.) will give attendees an opportunity to meet the exhibitors, map
out a plan for the week, and to visit companies and renew acquaintances in a casual setting. The Icebreaker will feature a buffet
of complimentary hors doeuvres, cash bars, and musical entertainment around the exhibition hall. Admittance is included in
all full-delegate and Spouse Program registrations. Separate tickets are available for the Sunday night Icebreaker. Cost of the
ticket will be US$60.
Sponsored by:

Geophysical Insights, LLC


Fairfield Nodal
Seismic Equipment Solutions
Vehicle Source Products, Inc.

Consortium Showcase
Here you will nd universities from around the globe partnered with industry and involved in research to discover innovative
solutions for todays exploration and near-surface puzzles. Other universities are represented around the exhibit hall to promote
geologic and geophysical programs.
High Performance Computing Presentation Theater
Efforts are under way to have a High Performance Computing (HPC) Focus
Group and Presentation Theater on the Exhibit Hall Floor at the 2013 SEG
Annual Meeting in Houston. The Focus Group will be coordinated by the
Society of HPC Professionals (SHPCP) and sponsored by companies that
are key providers of HPC technology to the exploration and production
industry. The goal of this effort will be to have an area for exhibiting
companies in a concentrated area in the hall dedicated to the latest HPC technology available to the industry. This should assist
attendees in minimizing the time needed to nd and evaluate HPC technology and attend presentations that provide a concise
overview and unique contributions that HPC is making to the energy industry. The theater will utilize the latest in projection
technology and will provide HPC presentations with a cross section of hardware and software providers that are serving the
industry. Presentations will be conducted throughout each day of the SEG Annual Meeting, including an Academia Special
Session on Tuesday afternoon.

Calendar of SEG Meetings

visit www.seg.org/meetings

2013

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference .......................................................................Denver, Colorado ..................... 1214 August


SEG Annual Meeting 2013 ..............................................................................................................Houston, Texas ........................ 22 27 September
SEG/AAPG Exploration of Subsalt Structures in Rift Basins............................................................Dead Sea, Jordan..................... 79 October
Unconventionals .............................................................................................................................Dubai, UAE .............................. November
EAGE/SEG Forum: Turning Noise Into Geologic Information...........................................................Lisbon, Portugal ...................... 1114 November
2014

CPS/SEG Geophysical Conference and Exposition ..........................................................................Beijing, China........................... 21 24 April


SEG/AAPG/SPE/SPWLA Summer Research Workshop:
Static and Dynamic Reservoir Modeling: Best Practices, Opportunities and Challenges ............TBD/USA.................................. Summer
SEG Summer Research Workshop:
Advances in Active/Passive Full Waveeld Seismic Imaging ......................................................TBD.......................................... July
SEG Annual Meeting 2014 ..............................................................................................................Denver, Colorado ..................... 2631 October
2015

SEG Annual Meeting 2015 ..............................................................................................................New Orleans, Louisiana ........... 1823 October

Contents:
Exposition Preview ................................................... 1
Council Meeting....................................................... 1
Icebreaker and Expo Preview .................................... 1
Consortium Showcase ............................................. 1
High Performance Computing Presentation Theater . 1
Calendar of SEG Meetings ....................................... 1
Current List of Exhibitors .....................................23
Floor Plan/Expo Hours .........................................23
Oral Sessions, Posters, E-Posters ............................ 4
Technical Program ................................................... 5
Technical Luncheons................................................ 5
Special Sessions ...................................................... 5
2013 Technical Program Recordings USB................ 5
Workshops ............................................................... 6
Note from the President............................................ 7
Honors & Awards Ceremony .................................... 7
SEG Foundation ....................................................... 7
2013 DISC Registration............................................ 8
SEG Continuing Education Course Registration ....... 9
SEG Forum/Opening Session................................. 10
Presidential Jam..................................................... 10
Geophysicists Without Borders .............................. 10
International Reception........................................... 10
GAC Luncheons ..................................................... 11
Applied Science Education Program ...................... 12
Wednesday Night Event.......................................... 12
Registration Information ......................................... 13
On-site Registration Hours ..................................... 14
Membership Services Desk.................................... 14
SEG Book Mart....................................................... 14
2013 Expanded Abstracts USB ............................... 14
Visa Information ..................................................... 15
SEG Golf Tournament ............................................. 15
Women's Network Breakfast Event ......................... 15
Student Events ....................................................... 16
Spouse Program .................................................... 17
Hotel Information Guide ......................................... 18
Housing Information and Transportation ................ 19
Housing Reservation .............................................. 20
Advance Registration.............................................. 21
2013 Houston Sponsors ........................... back cover
1

The oor plan reects booths assigned as of 1 June 2013.


3468 3369

3368 3269

3268 3169

3168 3069

3068 2969

OCTIO
GROUP

3466 3367

3366 3267

3266 3167

3166 3067

3066 2967

2966

3464 3365

3364 3265

3164 3065

3064 2965

SMNG

FFA

3462 3363

3362 3263

3460 3361

3360 3261

3458 3359

3358 3259

3456 3357

3356 3257

3454 3355

3354 3255

3452 3353

3352 3253

3450 3351

3350 3251

WIFI

DE REGT
MARINE
CABLES
BV
2960

3158

3254

TIDELANDS
GEOPHYSICAL,
INC.

3448 3349

3348
3346

3444 3345

3344

3442 3343

3342 3243

3434 3335

3334

3432 3333

3332 3233

3430 3331

3330

3428 3329

3328 3229

3426 3327

3326 3227

3424 3325

3324 3225

3224

3422 3323

3322 3223

3222 3123

3420 3321

3320 3221

3418 3319

3318 3219

3218

TRICON

3416 3317

3316 3217

3216 3117

3116

3414 3315

3314 3215

3214 3115

OVATION
DATA
SERVICES,
INC.

2954

2564

2268 2169

2168 2069

2068

2266 2167

2166 2067

2066

2364 2265

2264 2165

2164 2065

2064

SEG

2260 2161

CHEVRON

2060

2358

2258 2159

2556

SEG Student
Pavilion

2062

2058
2056

2256 2157

CGG

Career
Placement
Area
GWB

PETROLEUM
GEO-SERVICES

SERCEL

FAIRFIELD
NODAL

3248

2368 2269
2366 2267

2262 2163

IKON
SCIENCE

2753

3150

3446 3347

PANORAMA
TECHNOLOGIES,
INC.

2763

3058

3258

GEOMAGE

DOLPHIN
GEOPHYSICAL

ION
GEOPHYSICAL
CORP.

PARADIGM

BAKER
HUGHES

RPS
3242

2943

3142

2542

2842

2042

2243

1743

High Performance
Computing Presentation
Theater

Cafe
MICROSEISMIC,
INC.

POLARCUS

BOLT
TECH
CORP

SEABED/
FUGRO

GEOSPACE
TECHNOLOGIES
CORPORATION

OYO
CORP.

2729

2528

2328

ARCIS

TGS

SCHLUMBERGER

2232

WESTERNGECO

1631

3030
3228

TIBCO
SOFTWARE

SEISMIC
EQUIPMENT
SOLUTIONS
(SES)

WEATHERFORD
INTERNATIONAL

GEOTRACE

GEOKINETICS

3412 3313

3312 3213

3212 3113

3112 3013

3410 3311

3310 3211

3210 3111

3110 3011

TEEC

3408 3309

3308 3209

3208 3109

3108 3009

3008

3406 3307

3306 3207

3206 3107

2918

SCM E&P
SOLUTIONS,
INC.

2916

2816

SINOPEC

3404 3305

3304 3205

3204 3105

3402 3303

3302 3203

3202 3103

3400 3301

3300 3201

3200 3101

3000

2720

2520

TELEDYNE
GEOPHYSICAL
INSTRUMENTS

STATOIL

GEOTOMO
LLC

2712

2512

2313

2022 1923

EMGS

RXT
2706

KONGSBERG

1922

1623

1622

2321

GEOLOGIC
SYSTEMS
LTD.
2014

2117

AVALON

ORICA

2210

2906
SHARP
REFLECT
IONS
GmbH

ZONGE

2322

2822
3020

1627

2126

2226
2924

3122

WGP
EXPLORATION
3014

SDI

NORSAR
INNOVATION
2406

GEOMODELING
CORP.

2306

2108

GEOENERGY

TERRASPARK
GEOSCIENCES

Registration

2006

2204

RIGZONE
2900

2800 2701

ROLLSROYCE
MARINE
2700

TRE
2500

2400

2300 2201

2200 2101

PARALLEL
GEOSCIENCE
2000

Current list of exhibitors

Entrance to

AAPG
Acceleware
Active Archive Alliance
Advanced Geodetic Surveys
Advanced Geophysical Operations and Services Inc.
Advanced Geophysical Technology Inc.
Advanced Geosciences, Inc.
AG Geophysical Products, Inc.
Agile Seismic LLC
ALT
Altair
AMAX Information Technologies
American Geophysical Union
Amphenol Fiber Systems International
Amphenol Steward Enterprise
Anadarko PetroleumCAREER PLACEMENT
Applied Acoustic Engineering Ltd.
Arcis Coporation
ARKeX Limited
Atlas Copco
Avalon Sciences Ltd.
Avere Systems
Baker Hughes
Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Baro Mek Verksted AS
Bauer Compressors, Inc.
BEICIP, Inc. / IFP
Beijing GridWorld Software Technology Co., Ltd.
Beijing PeroSound Geoservices Ltd.
Bell Geospace
Beltway Seismic Inc.
BGP Inc.
BGP Inc.CAREER PLACEMENT
Bigc: Dino-Lite Scopes
Bird Geophysical
Blueback Reservoir AS
Bluware Inc.
Bolt Technology Corp
Boone Exploration, Inc.
BP AmericaCAREER PLACEMENT
Caprock Manufacturing Inc.

Center for Subsurface Imaging and Modeling


(CSIM)CONSORTIUM
CGG
CGGCAREER PLACEMENT
Challenger Geoinstruments Ltd. (CGL)
Channel Technologies Group
Chevron Upstream & Gas div of Chevron USA Inc.
C Nav DGNSS
CNPC Key Laboratory of Geophysical Exploration
Colorado School of Mines
Connector Technology, Inc.
ConocoPhillips
Cortland Companies Inc.
Crescent Geo LLC
CREWES / University of CalgaryCONSORTIUM
CSG Demining Consultants
Davey Bickford USA, Inc.
Dawson Geophysical Company
De Regt Marine Cables B.V.
DECO Geophysical SC
Delft University of TechnologyCONSORTIUM
Dell Inc.
DevonCAREER PLACEMENT
dGB Earth Sciences
Digital Formation
Directorate General of Oil and Gas Indonesia
Divestco Inc.
Dolphin Geophysical
DownUnder GeoSolutions
DownUnder GeoSolutionsCAREER PLACEMENT
Dynamic Aviation
Dynamic Graphics, Inc.
Dynamic Technologies
Dyno Nobel
EAGE Conferences
Earth Signal Processing Ltd.
Echo Geophysical Corporation
Edcon PRJ, Inc.
Edinburgh Anisotropy ProjectCONSORTIUM
Edinburgh Time Lapse ProjectCONSORTIUM
Eliis

EMC
EMGS
Engenius Software
Enthought, Inc.
EON Geosciences, Inc.
EPI Group
ESG
Exelis Inc.
Exploration Support Services Inc
ExxonMobil ExplorationCAREER PLACEMENT
FaireldNodal
ffA
Fracrock International
Fraunhofer ITWM
Fuertecases a Division of the Waterproof Case Co.
Gedco
GEM Advanced Magnetometers
Gems & Crystals Unlimited
GEO 2014
Geo Expro (GeoPublishing Ltd.)
Geocable Systems div. of HL Technologies
Geocenter LP
GeoComputing Group LLC
GeoEnergy, Inc.
Geokinetics
geoLOGIC Systems Ltd.
Geomage
Geometrics, Inc.
Geo-Microbial Technologies (GMT)
Geomodeling Corp.
Geonics Limited
Geophysical Insight
Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.
Geoseismos
Geosoft, Inc.
Geospace Technologies Corporation
Geostuff
GEOSVIP
Geotech Ltd.
GeoTomo LLC
Geotrace

Getech
Global Geophysical Services, Inc.
GNS Science/ Globe Claritas
Grant-Shelton Worldwide Tire
GTS Geotech /Scout Recruitment
Guralp Systems Ltd.
Halliburton
Hart Energy Publishing
Headwave, Inc.
Hess CorporationCAREER PLACEMENT
High Tech, Inc.
Hitachi Data Systems
HMS Enterprises
Honye Machine Co., Ltd.
Hydroscience Technology Inc.
ICCNexergy
IHRDC
IHS Energy Log Services Inc.CAREER PLACEMENT
IHS Inc.
Ikon Mining & Exploration
Ikon Science Ltd.
Industrial Vehicles International, Inc.
Ingrain
INOVA Geophysical
Institute of Earth Science and Engineering
Integrated Geophysics Corporation
Interactive Network Technologies
International Petroleum Technology Conference
International Seismic Corp ISEIS
Intrepid Geophysics
ION Geophysical
IrisCONSORTIUM
Iris Instruments
Jaguar Exploration, Inc.
Janice Evert Opals
Katalyst Data Management
Kinemetrics, Inc.
Kongsberg Seatex AS
Kuwait Oil Company
KYOTO UniversityCONSORTIUM
Landocean Energy Service, Inc.

Exposition Hours
1269

868

769

NETAPP

1267

866

767

864

765

1462

1263

862

763

860

761

858

759

CONSORTIUM
1458 1359

JAGUAR

SHOWCASE

SPECTRUM
GEO
INC.

Wireless

1356

Cafe

669

768

LANDOCEAN
ENERGY
SERVICES

460

752

BGP
GLOBAL
GEOPHYSICAL
SERVICES,
INC.

IHS

1043

SAUDI
ARAMCO

DOWNUNDER
GEOSOLUTIONS
PTY. LTD.

SEISWARE,
INC.

1030
1529

DYNAMIC
GRAPHICS,
INC.
1522

930

1026 927

NEOS

CONOCO
PHILLIPS

729

GEOTECH

1222

INTERNET
CAFE
R.T.
CLARK
COMP.
1216

922

RESOLVE

INDUSTRIAL
VEHICLES

VERIF-I

911

1208

901

SPECTRASEIS

154

250

150

243

INOVA
GEOPHYSICAL

GEOCENTER

428

227

SIGMA
INTEGRATED
RESERVOIR
SOLUTIONS
INC

804

801

800

422

322

222

414

709

708
606

705

HEAD
WAVE

703
701

700

www.seg.org/am

124
122

Geophysical Insights, LLC


Fairfield Nodal
SeisWare Inc.
Vehicle Source Products, Inc.
Hardin International Processing, Inc.

120

217

OMNI
INDUSTRIAL
216

410

311

ESG

509

408

309

308

507

406

307

404

305

304

205

118
116

Onsite Directional Maps sponsors:

114

215

712

707
805

PAULSSON

614

610
808

126

EMC

WEIHAI
SUNFULL
EXPLORATION
EQUIPMENT
CO., LTD.

For the most current information on the


SEG Annual Meeting, visit:

143

ARKEX
LIMITED

VEHICLE
SOURCE

Sunday........ 22 September ........ 68 p.m.


Monday ....... 23 September ..9 a.m.6 p.m.
Tuesday....... 24 September ..9 a.m.6 p.m.
Wednesday .. 25 September ..9 a.m.4 p.m.

Exhibit Floor Beverage Stations sponsors:

TRANSFORM
SOFTWARE
AND
SERVICES

HYDROSCIENCE
TECH.

442

WIRELESS
SEISMIC

814

IKON
MINING
1200 1101

DAWSON
GEOPHYSICAL
COMPANY

620

818

907
1204

160
158

152
450

720

BOONE
908

1008

161
159

131

DYNO
NOBEL

822

812

1012 913

1108

260
258

156

632

ROXAR

816
914

261

626
824

1320

ROCK
SOLID
IMAGES
642

PHOENIX

PETROSYS
1422

SCINTREX

KUWAIT
OIL
COMPANY

1228
1426

648

742

KATALYST
DATA
MANAGEMENT

360

SINO
GEOPHYSICAL
CO., Ltd.

748

942

MITCHAM
INDUSTRIES,
INC.

656

854

HALLIBURTON

1542

662

UNIQUE
DIGITAL
756

954

Service Area

ENTHOUGHT

ENTHOUGHT

112

210

110
108

206

107

106

204

105

104

Geophysical Insights, LLC

Internet Caf sponsor:

EARTH
SIGNAL

Wireless Caf sponsor:

600

Exhibit Hall
Larson Software Technology, Inc.
Leobersdorfer Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Limit Point Systems
LMKR
LoneStar Geophysical Surveys
LTO Program
Lumina Geophysical, LLC
Macha International, Inc.
Marathon OilCAREER PLACEMENT
Marine Magnetics
Maxam North America, Inc.
McPhar International
Microseismic, Inc.
Mitcham Industries
Mount Sopris Instrument Co.
Nanometrics Inc.
NAPE
National Compressed Air Canada Ltd.
NCS Subsea, Inc.
NEOS GeoSolutions
NetApp
New Seismic
Nodal Seismic, LLC
NORSAR Innovation
Nunns & Rogan LLC
Octio AS
Offshore Videos
OLE's Hakai Pass
Omni Industrial Services
Onsite Occupational Health and Safety Inc.
Open iT, Inc.
OptaSense Ltd.
Orica
Ovation Data Services
OYO Corporation U.S.A.
Pacic Geomatics Ltd.
Panamerican Geophysical Company, LTD
Panasas Inc.
PanImaging Software Development Limited
Panorama Technologies
Paradigm

ParadigmCAREER PLACEMENT
Parallel Geoscience Corp.
Paulsson, Inc.
PCPC Direct, Ltd.
PennWell Corporation
Petroleum Geo-Services
Petrosys
Phoenix Geophysics Ltd.
PhotoSat
Pico Envirotec
PMI Industries
Polarcus
PSSC Labs
Qualstar Corporation
Quantec Geoscience
R Associates, Inc.
R. T. Clark Co., Inc.
Real Time Systems
Remote MD
Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration
Research Partnership to Secure Energy for
America
Reservoir Imaging, Ltd.
Resolve GeoSciences, Inc.
RGB Spectrum
Rigzone
Robertson Geologging, Inc.
Rock Solid Images (RSI)
Rolls-Royce
Roxar
RPS
RXT Reservoir Exploration Technology
SAExploration Inc.
Sander Geophysics
Saudi Aramco Services Co.
Sauer Compressors USA
Schlumberger
Scintrex-Micro-g
SCM E&P Solutions, Inc.
Seabed
Seabird Exploration

SEG Advanced Modeling Corporation (SEAM)


Seismic City Inc.
Seismic Equipment Solutions (SES)
Seismic Exchange Inc.
Seismic Instruments, Inc.
Seismic Source Company
Seismic Stuff Technology Pte. Ltd.
Seismotech LTD. LandTech Enterprises SA
Seistronix
SeisWare, Inc.
Sensor Technology Limited
Sensors & Software Inc.
Sercel, Inc.
Sevmorneftegeozika (SMNG)
Sharp Reections GmbH
SIGMA Integrated Reservoir Solutions
Silixa LLC
SINOGEO
SINOPEC
Solarare Communications
Sonardyne International
Spatial Energy
Spectraseis
Spectrum Geo Inc.
Springer
Statoil
Statoil ASACAREER PLACEMENT
Stec Inc.
System Development, Inc. (SDI)
T & A Survey B.V.
TDI-Brooks International
Technical Innovation dba CriticalSpace Solution
Techno Imaging
TEEC Solutions LLC
Teledyne Geophysical Instruments
Tenergy Corp.
TerraSpark Geosciences, L.P.
Terrasys Geophysics
Tesla Offshore LLC
TGS
The EasyCopy Company

The University of Tulsa,


Collins College of BusinessCONSORTIUM
Tibco Software Inc.
Tidelands Geophysical
TransAct Technologies
Transform Software and Services
TRE, Tele-Rilevamento Europa
Tricon Geophysics
Trimble
Tsunami Development LLC
Ubiterra Corporation
Unique Digital, Inc.
University of OklahomaCONSORTIUM
University of South CarolinaCONSORTIUM
University of Texas at Austin
UPSTREAM
USSI
Vehicle Source Products, Inc.
VERIF-I Ltd.
Veripos
Vibra-Tech Engineers, Inc.
Vision Project Services
Voyage Manager LtdCONSORTIUM
Weatherford International
Weihai Sunfull Geophysical Exploration Equipment
WesternGeco
Westheimer Energy Consultants
WGP Exploration Limited
Wipro Technologies Ltd.
WireCo Worldgroup
Wireless Seismic, Inc.
WTOPI Research ConsortiumCONSORTIUM
Xi'an Senshe Electronic Technology Corp.
Xyratex Inrternational
Zerowait Corporation
Zhaofeng Sensor Equipment Co., Ltd.
Zhuozhou HuaFei Commercial Trading Ltd.
Zonge International
Z-Terra & X-Treme GEO
ZZ Resistivity Imaging Pty. Ltd., Australia

Oral Sessions at a glance


Convention Center
Grand
Ballroom BC

MONDAY 9 AM

MONDAY 1:30 PM

TUESDAY 8:30 AM

TUESDAY 1:30 PM WEDNESDAY 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY 1:30 PM THURSDAY 8:30 AM

SEG FORUM

310
AD

BG 2: Advances in
BG 1: Advances in Borehole Borehole Measurements
Sonic Measurements
and Interpretation

310
BE

SS 1: AGU-SEG
Hydrogeophysics

320
AD
320
BCEF

BG 3: Single and Cross-well SS 4: Arctic Exploration


Challenges
Remote Detection

SM 3: Finite Elements

SM 4: Finite Differences

GM 1: Interpretation
Techniques

HA/NS 1: Addressing
Risks and Resources in
Humanitarian Applications

EM 3: Marine Modeling
Studies

EM 4: Case Histories

VSP 1: Processing

SM 1: Case Studies

NS 1: Seismic Reection
and Tomography

NS 2: Surface Waves

NS 3: Statics

NS 4: Seismoelectric,
Electromagnetic, and
Electrical Methods

ST 2: Migration, Inversion,
and Modeling

TL 1: 4D Nodes and Novel


Techniques

SPNA 1: Deghosting

TL 2: 4D Processing and
Geomechanics

SPNA 2: Denoising and


Deblending

TL 3: Inversion for
Petrophysics and
Monitoring

SPMUL 1: From Attenuation


to Imaging

SI 2: Applications

SI 3: Case Studies

330
AB

MS 1: VP /VS, Tomography, MS 2: Processing and


Imaging
AVO/AZ Inversion

GM 2: Inversion and
Gradiometry

SI 1: Developments and
Improvements

350
DEF

RP 1: Frequency, Fluid,
SVE 1: WEMVA and Theory and Pressure Effects

RP 2: Clastic Reservoir
Description

RP 3: Pore Filling Materials RP 4: Shale and Kerogen


Characterization

RP 5: Carbonate Models and


Measurements

INT 4: Carbonates and


Unconventionals

SPIR 1: Compressive
Sensing and Applications

SPIR 2: Low-rank Methods


and Applications

SVE 2: Case Histories

SVE 3: Tomography and More

FWI 5: Tomography and


New Methodologies

ANI 1: Fractures, Shale,


Well-log Integration, and Case
Studies

INT 1: Exploration and


Uncertainty Analysis

INT 2: Salts, Faults,


and Fractures

INT 3: Attributes and


New Developments

351
CF

EM 1: Modeling
Developments and
Acquisition Studies

SGS 1: Africa

EM 2: Developments in
Inversion and Interpretation SM 2: Theory

352
DEF

FWI 1: Reection and


Refraction

FWI 2: Case Studies

FWI 3: Time Lapse and


Resolution

FWI 4: Elastic and


Nonlinear Inversion

360
ABDE

ST 1: Interferometry

PSC 1: Velocity Modeling


and Anisotropy

PSC 2: Imaging and


Interferometry

PSC 3: Source Mechanisms PSC 4: Case Studies and


and Location
Acquisition

351
ABDE

General
Assembly A

SS 2: Recent Advances and ACQ 1: Novel Systems


and Acquisition Design
the Road Ahead

SS 3: Environmental
Challenges in Unconventional ACQ 2: Marine Sources and ACQ 3: Blending and
Streamers
Deblending
Resource Developments

General
Assembly B

RC 1: Characterization of
Unconventional Reservoirs

RC 3: Inversion and
Spectral Decomposition

General
Assembly C

SPMI 1: Beam and Kirchhoff SPMI 2: Inversion-based


Migration
Imaging

RC 2: Attribute-assisted
Seismic Interpretation

RC 4: Rock-physics-based
Characterization

SPMI 4: Anisotropy,
SPMI 3: RTM Angle Gathers Elasticity, and Attenuation

Station 4 Station 3 Station 2 Station 1

Room 342D
Room 342A

TUESDAY 9:20 AM

RC E-P1:
INT E-P1:
Seismic Attribute
Stratigraphy and Reservoirs Applications

SPMI 5: Applications and


Case Histories

WEDNESDAY 9:20 AM

WEDNESDAY 1:30 PM

RC E-P2:
INT E-P2:
VSP E-P1:
Inversion, Modeling,
Simulation, and Monitoring Attributes and Visualization Analysis

SPNA E-P2:
Filtering
SI E-P2:
Developments and
Applications

ACQ E-P2:
New Methods in Practice

RP E-P1:
Pore-uid Discrimination

SPNA E-P1:
Curvelets and
Wavelets Methods

ACQ E-P1:
Survey Design

TL E-P1:
Watching Carbon
Come and Go

SI E-P1:
Developments and
Improvements

SM E-P2:
Finite Differences

RP E-P2:
SPMI E-P2:
Scale-dependent
Enhanced Imaging
Algorithms and Applications Modeling and Inversion

SPMI E-P1:
Inversion, Illumination,
and Inverse Scattering

MG E-P1:
Case Histories and
Methods

SM E-P1:
Ray Tracing and
General Applications

AVO E-P1:
Progress with Theory
and Applications

SPMUL E-P1:
Methods for Multiples

Poster Sessions at a glance


PSC P1:
Recent Developments

SM P1:
Finite Differences and
General Applications

RP P2:
RP P1:
Microstructure and Texture Anisotropy, Fluids, and
Pore Systems

WEDNESDAY 9:20 AM

WEDNESDAY 1:30 PM

SPNA P1:
Deghosting and
Ground-roll Removal

TUESDAY 1:30 PM

EM P1:
General Topics

BG P1:
Acquisition and Interpretation
of Borehole Measurements

ST P1:
Traveltime and Waveeld

RC P1:
Seismic Attributes and
Interpretation

RC P2:
Modeling and Attributes

SPMI P1:
Enhanced Imaging
Algorithms

SPMI P2:
Diffraction Imaging and
Fracture Detection

INT P1:
Reservoirs and Structures

SPMUL P1:
Methods for Multiples

INT P2: General Geophysics

NS P1:
Seismic General
Contributions

SI P1: Developments and


Implementation

AVO P1:
Frequency Dependence
and AVO Theory

SVE P1:
Miscellaneous Techniques

ANI P1: Fractures,


Attenuation, VSP, and Case
Studies

GM P1:
ACQ P1:
Processing Techniques
Efciency and Optimization and Case Studies

THURSDAY 9:20 AM

NS/HA E-P1:
Multidisciplinary Studies
and Applications

TUESDAY 9:20 AM

SPMI 6: Advanced Migration


Algorithms

Abbreviation/Topic:
TUESDAY 1:30 PM

PSC E-P1:
Recent Developments

MONDAY 1:30 PM

ACQ 4: Land and Ocean


Bottom Seismic

RC 5: General and Advanced AVO 1: New Techniques and


Technology Applications
Fractured Media

E-Posters at a glance
MONDAY 1:30 PM

PSC 5: Microseismic
Smorgasbord

FWI E-P1:
Development and
Applications

ACQ......Acquisition and Survey Design


ANI .......Anisotropy
AVO ......AVO
BG ........Borehole Geophysics
EM .......EM Exploration
FWI ......Full Waveform Inversion
GM .......Gravity and Magnetics
HA ........Humanitarian Applications
INT .......Interpretation
MS .......Multicomponent Seismic
MG .......Mining and Geothermal
NS ........Near Surface
PSC ......Passive Seismic
RC ........Reservoir Characterization
RP ........Rock Physics
SGS......Special Global Session
SI .........Seismic Inversion
SM .......Seismic Modeling
SPMI ....Seismic Processing: Migration
SPMUL Seismic Processing: Multiples
SPNA ... Seismic Processing: Noise
Attenuation
SPIR..... Seismic Processing: Interpolation
and Regularization
SS ........Special Session
ST ........Seismic Theory
SVE ......Seismic Velocity Estimation
TL.........Time Lapse
VSP ......VSP

Volunteer for this event!


For more information on how to volunteer
at the Technical Sessions, visit:

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Technical Program
With more than 1,400 abstracts received for review, this years Technical Program includes 124 diverse sessions. Geoscience professionals from all geophysical disciplines and all parts
of the world will share the latest case histories, technological advancements, and research discoveries.
The Technical Program will begin on Monday at 1:30 p.m., following the SEG Forum. It will include four Special Sessions and one Special Global Session. Poster sessions, oral sessions,
and e-poster sessions will run consecutively through Thursday at noon on the third level of the Convention Center. Immediately following, convention workshops will take place in the
technical session area on Thursday afternoon and all day Friday.
Luncheons with guest speakers will be held on Tuesday for Gravity and Magnetics and on Wednesday for Development and Production. This year the Near Surface Section will hold its
rst luncheon on Tuesday. The Near Surface Section will hold its annual meeting and dinner on Tuesday evening.
Please note that audio-taping and/or videotaping of any portion of the Technical Program or Workshops held in conjunction with SEG meetings is prohibited without prior consent of
the SEG Executive Committee.
Preliminary review of abstracts implies that attendees will see the latest in geophysical technology and will explore new theories. The technical session schedule will be available online
in August. Take a piece of the Annual Meeting back to the ofce with the Expanded Abstracts on USB or have approximately 400 of the recorded presentations delivered to you after the
meeting. Visit the SEG Web site, www.seg.org/techprog, for more information.

Technical Luncheons, Meetings, Dinners, Receptions


All 2013 Annual Meeting registrants are welcome to attend the technical luncheons held at
the George R. Brown Convention Center. Seating is limited. To guarantee your reservation,
take advantage of the Advance Registration Form enclosed in this announcement.
Visit www.seg.org/am for more information.
Gravity and Magnetics Luncheon
Tuesday, 24 September, 121:30 p.m.
Organizers: Tim Grow and Stephen Reford
Speaker: Dr. Colin Reeves, Earthworks
Topic: Nonuniqueness on our unique planet

Special Sessions
Special sessions offered during the Technical Program cover a variety of topics. Some are
annual events; others are organized to address current issues.
Presentations on the following topics have been scheduled (see grid on page 4):
Arctic Exploration Challenges
Organizers: Adriana Ramierz and Jacques Leveille
Environmental Challenges in Unconventional Resource Developments
Organizers: Azra Tutuncu, Ali I. Mese, Stephan Gelinsky, Jacques Leveille, and
Cengiz Esmersoy
AGU-SEG Hydrogeophysics
Organizers: Kristina Keating and Andrew Parsekian

Near Surface Geophysics Luncheon


Tuesday, 24 September, 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m.
Location: George R. Brown Convention Center
Near Surface Coordinator: John Bradford
Guest Speaker: Don Steeples
Topic: NSG: Where have we been, where are we going?
Luncheon sponsored by: XRI Geophysics

Recent Advances and the Road Ahead


Organizers: Stephan Gelinsky and Yoram Shoham
Special Global Session Africa
Organizer: Rocco Detomo
Travel Grants sponsored by:

Near Surface Geophysics Section Reception


Tuesday, 24 September, 7 p.m.
Location: Sambuca Restaurant inside the Rice Hotel, 909 Texas Avenue, Houston, TX
*No charge to NSG section members, Nonmembers can join on the spot if they are
already SEG members, and students are welcome!
**Student Membership Free
Development and Production Luncheon
Wednesday, 25 September, 121:30 p.m.
Organizer: Marty Terrell
Speaker: Martin Landr
Topic: Recent seismic acquisition advances for development and production
Research Committee Meeting and Dinner
Thursday, 26 September, Research Committee Meeting, 5 p.m.
Location: George R. Brown Convention Center
Dinner 7:30 p.m.
Location: Sambuca Houston, 909 Texas Avenue, Houston, TX 77002
Cost: US$55 per person
Technical Session Coffee Breaks sponsors:

Wish you could take Technical Program


presentations home with you?

Now you can.

Preorder your copy of the 2013 Technical Program Recordings USB.


Approximately 400 technical program presentations will be recorded for inclusion on this
USB. View the slides used by the presenter while you listen to the audio recording
all from the convenience of your own computer.
Order with your Annual Meeting registration at

www.seg.org/amregistration.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION AND ON-SITE PRICING

Member, domestic shipping ($145 plus $15 shipping) ..........................$160


Member, international shipping ($145 plus $25 shipping) ......................$170
Nonmember, domestic shipping ($185 plus $15 shipping) .....................$200
Nonmember, international shipping ($185 plus $25 shipping) .................$210
Delivered 810 weeks after Annual Meeting.
You may purchase only a quantity of one of the above item(s) at Member pricing, any
additional purchases must be made at the
Nonmember price.

Questions?
Email: eLearning@seg.org
Phone +1-918-497-5526

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Workshops
Convention workshops are offered after the technical sessions close on Thursday and all day Friday. Entry into any or all workshops is available for US$100 for members and US$200
for nonmembers. Student registration for workshops is US$30. Use the enclosed Advance Registration form to register. Visit www.seg.org/am for more information.
Thursday, 26 September

Friday, 27 September

Best of the D & P Forum


Organizers: Martin Terrell and Leo Eisner
E-mail Contact: martin.j.terrell@exxonmobil.com
Through the support of the SEG Development and Production Committee
Grand Challenges and Research Opportunities in Applied Geophysics
Organizers: Cengiz Esmersoy, Wak Beydoun, Colin Sayers, Yoram Shoham
E-mail Contact: esmersoy@slb.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
The Best of IQ EarthIntegrated Interpretation of the Future
Organizers: Rocco Detomo and Ron Masters
E-mail Contact: rocco.detomo@shell.com
Through the support of the SEG IQ Earth Committee
Gulf of Mexico Imaging Challenge Part II: FWI, WEMVA,
Workows, &...
Organizers: Dimitri Bevc and Joe Stefani
E-mail Contact: dimitri.bevc@chevron.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Monitoring with Microseismic: Does it Work?
Organizers: Jing Du and Henri Houllevigue
E-mail Contact: jing.du@total.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
DAS (Distributed Acoustic Sensing)
Organizer: Arthur Cheng
E-mail Contact: Arthur.Cheng@halliburton.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Tools and Methods for Internal Multiple Elimination: Recent Advances
and Practicality
Organizers: Jacques Leveille, Adriana Ramirez, Art Weglein
E-mail Contact: jacques.leveille@iongeo.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Multicomponent Revisited: Providing New Insight or Business as Usual?
Organizers: Jim Gaiser, Elias Ata, Henri Houllevigue, Michael Matheney
E-mail Contact: jim.gaiser@cgg.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Exploration of Continental Rifts: From Regional to Prospect Level
Organizers: Vsevolod Egorov and Neda Bundalo
E-mail Contact: vsevolod.egorov@cgg.com
Through the support of the SEG Gravity and Magnetics Committee
Gathers for Modern Migration Algorithms
Organizers: Mehmet Tanis, John Etgen, Yu Zhang, Paul Sava
E-mail Contact: mehmet.tanis@bp.com

Advances in Model Building, Imaging, and FWI


Organizers: Partha Routh, Cengiz Esmersoy, Xianhua Zhu
E-mail Contact: partha.routh@exxonmobil.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Integration of Petrophysics, Rock Physics, and Lab Measurements
Organizers: Colin Sayers, Ran Bachrach, Shiv Das-gupta, Carl Sondergeld, Tad Smith
E-mail Contact: CSayers@slb.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Seismic Data Acquisition with Simultaneous Sources
Organizers: Chris Krohn and Adriana Ramirez
E-mail Contact: chris.e.krohn@exxonmobil.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Use of Borehole and Surface Seismic Measurements to Understand the
Geomechanical Behavior of Unconventional Reservoirs
Organizers: Colin Sayers, Mirko van der Baan, Roderick Perez
E-mail Contact: CSayers@slb.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Are We Able to Detect and Characterize Fractures?
Organizers: Ali Tura, Colin Sayers, Jim Gaiser
E-mail Contact: Ali.Tura@conocophillips.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Advances in Seismic Interpretation for Prospect Evaluation
Organizers: Ran Bachrach, Matthias Imhof, Sergio Chvez-Prez
E-mail Contact: rbachrach@slb.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Use of Seismic Technology in Petroleum Resources (conventional and
unconventional) Estimation Classication
Organizers: Pierre-Louis Pichon, Eric Von Lunen, Andy Clifford
E-mail Contact: pierre-louis.pichon@total.com
Through the support of the SEG Oil and Gas Reserve Committee
Advances in Computational Mathematics for Geophysics
Organizers: Tetyana Vdovina and Hugues Djikpesse
E-mail Contact: tetyana.vdovina@exxonmobil.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Geomodeling at Basin Scale
Organizers: Michel Verliac, Stephan Gelinsky, Matthias Imhof
E-mail Contact: verliac1@slb.com
Through the support of the SEG Research Committee
Near Surface Geophysics in the Dynamic Coastal Environment:
Crossing the Land/Sea Interface
Organizers: John Goff and Jeff Paine
E-mail Contact: goff@ig.utexas.edu
Through the sponsorship support of SEG, AGU Near Surface Focus Group, and EEGS

near surface

Tuesday, 24 September
Near Surface Luncheon 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., George R. Brown Convention Center
Near Surface Evening Social 711 p.m., Sambuca Restaurant in Rice Hotel
Friday, 27 September
SEG-AGU NSFG-EEGS Postconvention Workshop 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Near Surface Geophysics in the Dynamic Coastal Environment
Crossing the Land/Sea Interface
Workshop sponsored by

www.seg.org/ns
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SOCIETY OF EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS

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PO BOX 702740 TULSA, OK 74170-2740

Note from the President


Attend SEGs 83rd Annual Meeting and International Exposition in Houston! Our Annual Meeting is the focal point of the SEGs year and provides
great opportunities to interact with colleagues, develop new friends and contacts, listen to the industries' experts talk about the latest developments in
geophysics, and see rsthand the new technologies that are emerging in our profession.
This year in Houston, the event promises to be better than ever. The Technical Program will be outstanding. The Technical Program Committee has received
more than 1,400 expanded abstracts to draw from in setting up the program. We owe much to this committee and to the reviewers they recruited to perform
peer reviews of these abstracts so as to select the best. This year we hope to expand the digital capabilities of the meeting so that access for all is improved.
David J. Monk
Be sure to consider the continuing-education courses scheduled around the Annual Meeting and the workshops that will be held at the close of the
SEG President
exposition segment of the meeting. Some of the most talented people in our profession will be teaching these courses and presenting their thoughts and
guidance in the workshops. Between these starting and ending points of the Annual Meeting, you will nd special-interest luncheons that offer opportunities to become more engaged
in a targeted technical area or in a particular area of the globe where geophysics is critical.

The backbone of the meeting is the exposition, in which exhibitors display their technologies and you have the opportunity to learn what new equipment, software, and data are being
developed to allow you to practice our science at a higher level. Exhibit space is selling quickly this year as there is keen interest to exhibit in Houston. These exhibitors are the critical
fabric of our Annual Meeting. Without exhibitors, there would be no Annual Meeting. As you walk the exhibition oor and see the range of technologies that are present, I encourage you
to thank these exhibitors for their support of SEG.
SEG especially encourages student attendance and involvement in the Annual Meeting. This year I have been told of large delegations of students from overseas coming to the meeting
because they view it as one of the best events to attend to learn about geophysics. Students are the future and lifeblood of the SEG, and we have scheduled activities that should help
students transition into the leaders we need to sustain our profession. Students, please learn what is offered to you through the Challenge Bowl, the Student Leadership Symposium, the
Student Education Program, the Faculty Advisor Workshop, the Student Networking Event, and the Student Career Panel, and get engaged.

Fred Aminzadeh, Chair of the Honors & Awards Committee


Sunday E

vent

cordially invites you to attend the

SEG 2013 Honors & Awards Ceremony

to recognize and to honor talented individuals and organizations that have advanced our science and beneted our Society
Sunday, 22 September 2013, 4:30 p.m., George R. Brown Convention Center
A few of this years key awards are:
Maurice Ewing Medal: Peter Hubral
Honorary Membership: Michael Zhdanov and Paul Stoffa
Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal: Serge Shapiro
Cecil Green Enterprise Award: Don Robinson
Reginald Fessenden Award: Dan Kosloff
Life Membership: Lee Bell, Timothy Berge, Arthur Cheng, and Michael Forrest
J. Clarence Karcher Award: David Halliday, Gilles Hennenfent, and Sam Kaplan
Distinguished Achievement: Geophysics Technology, EXPEC Advanced Research CenterSaudi Aramco

2013 SEG Distinguished Instructor Short Course Registration

Making a Difference with 4D: Practical Applications


of Time-Lapse Seismic Data
by David H. Johnston, ExxonMobil
Presented by the SEG Continuing Education Committee and DISC Subcommittee

PLEASE COMPLETE A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH REGISTRANT

Deadline for Advance Registration: 8 August 2013

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MS

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Friday, 20 September
Hilton Americas, Ballroom of Americas B
Check-in: 7 a.m.8 a.m.
Course duration: 8 a.m.5 p.m.
For full course description, visit: www.seg.org/DISC

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Course duration
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*Nonmember
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Student Member
US$40

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Please complete registration securely online at:

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Tulsa OK 74170-2740 USA

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Continuing Education
Course Registration
Advance Registration Deadline:
8 AUGUST 2013 11:59 P.M. CDT
SEG 2013 International Exposition and 83rd Annual Meeting
George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas USA 2227 September 2013

PLEASE COMPLETE A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH REGISTRANT

Register online www.seg.org/course/reg

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Payment methods:
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George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX USA


Check-in: 7 a.m.8 a.m. Course duration: 8 a.m.5 p.m.
For full course descriptions visit www.seg.org/ce
All courses are two days unless otherwise noted.
Check box to indicate course
Saturday, 21 September 2013
Integrating Seismic, CSEM and Well-log Data for Reservoir
Characterization by Lucy MacGregor
AAPG Course: Fundamentals of Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy
by John Holbrook
Tuition: US$695 (member/nonmember)
For more information and to register:
http://www.aapg.org/education/shortcourse/details.cfm?ID=267
YOU MUST REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH AAPG FOR THIS COURSE.
Saturday and Sunday, 2122 September 2013
An Introduction to Velocity Model Building by Ian Jones
AVO: Seismic Lithology by Fred Hilterman
A Practical Understanding of Pre-and Poststack Migration by John Bancroft
Full Waveform Inversion by Mrinal Sen
Seismic Acquisition and Processing for Interpreters by Jeffrey D. Johnson
Microseismic Monitoring in Oil or Gas Reservoirs by Leo Eisner
Gravity and Magnetics for Explorationists by Michal Ruder
Practical Migration, Demigration, and Velocity Modeling by J. Bee Bednar
Seismic Interferometry for Exploration and Production by Deyan Draganov
and Kees Wapenaar
The Interpreters Guide to Depth Imaging by Scott Mackay
Borehole Geophysics: Theory and Practice by Rick Kuzmiski
Introduction to High Performance Computing by Jan Thorbecke
Planning and Operating a Land 3D Seismic Survey by Andreas Cordsen and
Peter Eick
Rock Physics: Seismic Reections of Rock Properties by Jack Dvorkin
Seismic Diffractions Modeling, Imaging, and Applications by Tijmen Moser
Seismic Anisotropy: Basic Theory and Applications in Exploration and
Reservoir Characterization by Ilya Tsvankin and Vladimir Grechka
Sunday, 22 September 2013
Geostatistics for Seismic Data Integration in Earth Models by Olivier Dubrule
Marine Broadband Technologies: Theory and Practice by David H. Carlson

Option 2 : Check/money order in U.S. dollars drawn on U.S. banks only:


Society of Exploration Geophysicists
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Option 3 : Wire transfer in US dollars to:


Bank of Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma 74192
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
ACCT# 204967965
ABA Routing Code: 103900036
Swift Code: BAOKUS44
Reference: CEREG
Questions?
E-mail: ce@seg.org
Contact: +1-918-497-5589

ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEES (USD)


Course duration
One day

Member
US$685

*Nonmember
US$835

Student Member
US$150

Two days

US$1,145

US$1,295

US$300

* Nonmember price does not include membership in SEG. To become a member of


SEG and take advantage of the member rate, join at www.seg.org/membership

Read this important information!


Register early and save $100.
Deadline for advanced discount is 8 August.
Registration will continue to be accepted until 4 September. After 4
September, only on-site registration will be available. On-site registration
is rst-come, rst-served and takes place 78 a.m. the morning the course
begins. On-site registration is not guaranteed. US$50 cancellation fee
before 21 August. No refund after 8 August. Registration for the SEG
Annual meeting isnt required to register for the Continuing Education
courses.
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Sponsor:

SEG Forum and Opening Session


Monday, 23 September 9 a.m.
George R. Brown Convention Center

The SEG Forum continues to bring together distinguished speakers from the industry, government, and educational
institutions to discuss the state of the industry and other topics of interest affecting the members of the Society.
This years forum will feature an opening address by SEG President David Monk of Apache. Mark your calendars to attend the Opening Session and SEG Forum.
Presidential Jam
Tuesday, 24 September, 8 p.m., Hilton Americas, Grand Ballroom
Join your friends, family, and colleagues for a fun, memorable night at the Presidential Jam.
Join SEG's past presidents and other musical geophysicists as they take the stage and perform
your favorite songs. They always ll the dance oor and please the crowd every time! Admission is free to this event,
but donations will be accepted to support the Foundation.

Geoscientists Without Borders supports


humanitarian applications of geosciences
around the world.
Visit the Geoscientists Without Borders booth!
Booth #1752
Learn more at www.seg.org/gwb.

International ReceptionAfrica
Tuesday, 24 September, 4:306 p.m.
SEG Student Pavilion, Exhibition Hall

Drawings
SEG Book Mart Gif for
2014 Annual Meeti t Certicates,
ng
Online Courses, an Registration,
Must be presen d an iPad!
t to win

Rocco Detomo, Global Chairman, Houston 2013 Steering Committee,


cordially invites all delegates to the

INTERNATIONAL RECEPTION

AFRICA
Join ofcials in thanking sponsors and enjoy African food and music while learning about
SEG activities in the region. Be sure to get a rafe ticket and wait for the prize drawings!
Sponsors:

Geophysical Insights

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Global Affairs Committee Luncheons


Four Global Affairs Committee Luncheons are scheduled during this years Annual Meeting. All delegates with international interests are cordially invited to attend and participate in
these events. Tickets for the luncheons can be purchased in advance (see registration form) or on site (in limited quantities) in the Registration Area. Luncheon attendees must have a
ticket for admission.
Please note: The cost for luncheon meetings has been partially underwritten through the generosity of our corporate sponsors.
Latin America/ULG (Latin American Geophysical Union)
Luncheon Meeting
Tuesday, 24 September, 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Cost US$30
George R. Brown Convention Center
GAC Regional Coordinator: Gustavo Carstens
Speaker: Jos Antonio Escalera-Alcocer, Deputy Director of
Jos Antonio
Exploration at Pemex Exploration & Production
Escalera-Alcocer
Topic: Application of state-of-the-art technologies: A key
factor to reduce uncertainty and meet the exploration goals in Pemex E&P
Biography: Jos Antonio Escalera Alcocer obtained a geology degree from the National
Polytechnic Institute (IPN) and training in play and prospect evaluation, total quality
management, and business and asset management. He joined Pemex Exploration and
Production in 1982, where he began his career as a wellsite and operations geologist. He
has held various technical and management positions, including leader of geochemical,
play and reservoir evaluation studies, geosciences team coordinator, and manager of
Reynosa Exploration Asset, risk analysis, and of the Poza Rica-Altamira and Burgos
integrated assets. Since 2007, he has been the deputy director of exploration at Pemex
E&P. During his tenure, Pemex E&P has incorporated 3P oil reserves for nine BBOE
from 2007 to 2012, allowing 100% restoration of the extracted reserves at 3P level for
the last ve years. Furthermore, in 2012, Pemex E&P has estimated the potential of
unconventional prospective resources (shale oil and gas), and dened an exploratory
strategy. He is an active member of the Mexican Associations of Petroleum Geologists,
Exploration Geophysicists and Petroleum Engineers, Mexican Geological Society,
American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Asia/Pacic Luncheon Meeting


Wednesday, 25 September, 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Cost US$30
George R. Brown Convention Center
GAC Regional Coordinators: Koya Suto and Toshihiro Uchida, Pacic;
How-Wei Chen, Asia
Speaker: Lizhi Xiao, professor, dean of the College of Geophysics
Lizhi Xiao
and Information Engineering, and deputy director of the State Key
Laboratory of Petroleum Resources and Prospecting, China University of Petroleum
Topic: Education of Exploration Geophysics in China: Celebrating the 60th
Anniversary of the China University of Petroleum
Biography: Lizhi Xiao obtained a BSc in geophysical well logging from Jianghan
Petroleum Institute in 1982, MSc in geophysics from the China University of Mining and
Technology in 1987, and PhD in physics from Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1995.
He studied at the University of Nottingham, UK, supported by the Royal Society and then
joined Western Atlas in London in 1996. He has worked for Halliburton Energy Services
since 1998 and joined China University of Petroleum as Changjiang Scholar in 2003. Lizhi
published more than 100 technical papers and coauthored the NMR logging principles
and applications book which is very well recognized by the logging industry and highly
cited (more than 360 times so far) by scholars. He is currently involved in projects of
prospecting fundamentals and high-end equipments for unconventional oil and gas.
Sponsors:
A TGS COMPANY

Geophysical Insights

Anadarko

Sponsors:
Africa/Middle East Luncheon Meeting
Wednesday, 25 September, 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Cost US$30
George R. Brown Convention Center
Geophysical Insights Anadarko Earth Signal Processing Troika International Ltd
GAC Regional Coordinators: Fela Aromolaran, Africa; Bill Ayres and
Ram Kumar Thakur, Middle East
Europe/FSU Luncheon Meeting
Speaker: Richard Swarbrick, Global Director Geopressure,
Richard Swarbrick
Ikon Science
Tuesday, 24 September, 11:30 a.m.1:30 p.m., Cost US$30
Topic: Pore Pressure Studies in the Niger Delta/Africa
George R. Brown Convention Center
Biography: Richard Swarbrick is a world-renowned expert in subsurface pressures.
GAC Regional Coordinators: Snezana Komatina-Petrovic and
Before founding GeoPressure Technology, Swarbrick completed a PhD in sedimentology/
Eugenio Loinger
tectonics at Cambridge University and subsequently worked as a geologist for Mobil for 10
Speaker: Sergio Persoglia, Secretary General, CO2 GeoNet
Sergio Persoglia
years from 1979. During that time, he worked in exploration and production assignments
Topic: TBD
Biography: Sergio Persoglia joined the OGS in 1981, where he has been head of a team for in both the UK and USA. In 1989, he began teaching petroleum geology and related
R & D in seismics, director of the department of Geophysics of the Lithosphere, advisor to courses at the University of Durham, where he continues to be involved in research
the OGS president and director for International Collaborations. Retired in January 2011, and teaching. Between 1994 and 2001, Swarbrick was also the principal investigator of
he is now a member of the OGS board of directors. Expert in seismic data collection and GeoPOP (GEOsciences Project into OverPressure), a multidisciplinary research group
processing, he has been a scientic and/or operative responsible for OGS in many national funded by 16 oil/gas companies. In 1997, he founded GeoPressure Technology, advising
programs (Deep Crust in Italy and the Geophysical Surveys in the seas around Antarctica) E&P companies on how to reduce the risks associated with drilling and assisting with
and European projects (among which Castor, IncaCO2 , CO2 GeoNet, CO2 ReMoVe, important decisions around well planning and geopressure petrophysical and geologic
Geocapacity, RISCS, CO2 Care, SiteChar, CGS Europe, and ECCSEL, all dealing with the interpretations. GeoPressure Technology became part of the Ikon Science business in
geologic storage of CO2 ). He has been network manager and secretary of CO2 GeoNet, 2006, and Swarbrick continued in the role of its managing director which he had held
the European Network of Excellence on the Geological Storage of CO2 , president in 2001 since its incorporation. He was appointed to the full board of Ikon Science in November
and 2010 of ENeRG, the European network of research institutes performing studies on 2010. In 2008, Swarbrick was awarded an honorary professorship at Durham University
geoenergy (from 31 European countries) and coordinator, until November 2012, of the and is currently involved with research interests in laterally drained reservoirs and LUSI
joint programme on CO2 geological storage of EERA (European Energy Research Alliance). mud volcano in East Java. He has taught courses in many oil centers around the world,
Persoglia holds a degree in electronic engineering from the University of Trieste, Italy. At either as open courses or in-house training companies. He consults widely and continues
to present conference papers and publish articles relating to subsurface pressures.
present, he is secretary general of the association CO2 Geonet.
Sponsors:
Sponsors:
A TGS COMPANY

A TGS COMPANY
A TGS COMPANY

Geophysical Insights

Parallel Geoscience

Geophysical Insights

Anadarko
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Applied Science Education Program Features a presentation by Dr. Christina Massell Symons

The DEEPSEA CHALLENGE Expedition:


Reaching for the Stars from the Bottom of the Ocean
Wednesday, 25 September, 10 a.m., George R. Brown Convention Center
A special feature of the SEG 83rd Annual Meeting is the Applied Science Education Program that is free to delegates. SEG presents a
presentation by Dr. Christina Massell Symons. The address will last approximately one hour, and no registration is required for the event. Area
high school science students and their teachers will also be in attendance at this event, and the rst 200 students registered will be invited for
a special extended program!
Dr. Christina Massell Symons is the science coordinator for The DEEPSEA CHALLENGE
Expedition. She received her Ph.D. in earth sciences in 2002 from the Scripps Institution of
Oceanography, where she logged over 200 days at sea onboard numerous research vessels
mapping the seaoor along the rim of the Pacic Ocean Basin, including two days below sea
level in the DSV Alvin and DSRV Avalon. Dr. Christina Massell Symons primary focus was
to investigate the tectonic processes of the subducting plates at the Peru-Chile Trench, the
Tonga-Kermadec Trench, and the Aleutian Trench. Her exploration of trenches, the earths nal
frontier, supported her research to unravel the complex tectonic history of the Pacic Basin.
Following completion of postdoctoral research, Symons worked on a National Science
Digital Library collection, a collaborative effort among scientists, librarians, educators,
and data managers to create a digital library environment for earth science education. As a
science spokeswoman, she is eager to share her enthusiasm for exploration of our planet in
hopes of inspiring future scientists, educators, and leaders.
Sponsors:

Dr. Christina Massell Symons

Seismic Equipment Solutions

Volunteer for this event!


For more information on how to volunteer at the Applied Science Education
Program, visit: www.seg.org/amvolunteer

Photos courtesy of Dr. Christina Massell Symons

Wednesday Night Event


Sponsors:

House of Blues is the setting of the SEG Bayou Bash where Southern Hospitality
and eclectic southern cooking with a touch of the Delta meet! SEG will take over the entire
House of Blues for this exciting closing event of the 2013 SEG Annual
Meeting. Have you ever wanted to visit the exclusive Foundation Room at the
House of Blues? Have you heard of the Bronze Peacock? Have you attended a
concert in the Music Hall? This is your chance! The two-story Music Hall will host our
headline entertainment for the night. If you love live music and dancing or if you would like a
quiet place to visit with colleagues, we have a room for you at the Bayou Bash. There will
be tasty southern appetizers and amazing entertainment throughout the threestory venue.

Geophysical Insights

Dont miss this epic event!


House of Blues Houston Wednesday, 25 September 69 p.m.
Tickets: (each includes one free drink)
US$20: Registered Delegates
US$10: Students and Retired Delegates
US$60: Guests
Tickets may be purchased with your registration or in the SEG Registration area inside the convention center.

Buy your ticket by Tuesday, 24 September, 12 p.m.


Transportation will be provided from all ofcial SEG hotels.

www.seg.org/amregister
Photos courtesy of House of Blues

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You may register in advance beginning


on 26 July 2013 at 12:01 a.m. CDT
For immediate confirmation of your registration,
please complete the online convention
registration form at:

www.seg.org/amregister
Delegate Benefi ts
As a delegate, your registration fee will include the following:
Admission to Sundays Presidential Address
Admission to ALL Technical Program Sessions
Admission to the Monday morning SEG Forum
Admission to the International Exposition (including the Sunday evening Icebreaker)
Exchange voucher for a delegate registration bag
Ofcial Program and Exhibitors Directory with a Technical Program schedule
Admission to the Sunday Honors & Awards Ceremony
Admission to Wednesdays Applied Science Education Program
Delegate Types
Member Delegate: SEG Member delegates will receive all delegate benets listed
above at low member registration rates. Member delegate registration requires a valid
SEG membership; please have your SEG Member ID Number available when registering.
Nonmember Delegate: A nonmember delegate will receive all delegate benets listed
above.
Spouse Program Registration: Spouse/companions or dependent(s) of delegates
may attend the optional Spouse Program for an additional registration fee of US$160.
Spouse Program registrants will receive a special bag, admission to the Sunday Honors
& Awards Ceremony, Sunday evening Icebreaker, Monday morning SEG Forum, Spouse
Luncheon on Tuesday, and Spouse Program Seminars (not the Technical Program).
For a complete listing of all Spouse Program activities, see page 17. Spouse Program
registrants must be registered by a delegate; please use a separate form for each
person registering for this program. This registration type is available to nonmember
nongeophysicist spouse/equivalent or dependent(s) only. Those who derive income
from any geophysics-related activities are considered professionals and may not register
at this rate.
Student Delegate Registration: Student SEG Members can attend the Annual Meeting
at a reduced registration fee of US$35. Nonmember students may attend the Annual
Meeting for US$75. Student delegate registration includes all delegate benets listed
above. A valid SEG membership is required for Student SEG Member registration; please
have your SEG Member ID Number available when registering at this rate. Proof of fulltime student status is required to take advantage of the student delegate registration rate.
One-day Delegate Registration: A one-day delegate registration will include
admission to the Technical Program and the International Exposition for that single
day (select MON, TUE, WED, or THUR). One-day delegates may purchase tickets for
the Sunday evening International Exposition Icebreaker and the Wednesday evening
event separately via advance or on-site registration. Purchasing a one-day SEG Member
delegate registration requires a valid SEG Membership; please have your SEG Member ID
Number available when registering.
One-day Exhibition Only Registration: A one-day exhibition only registration will
include admission to the International Exposition for that single day (select MON, TUE,
or WED).
Emeritus and Retired SEG Members: The SEG Executive Committee is pleased to
extend a registration discount to its Emeritus and Retired Members. Emeritus or Retired
Member registration requires a valid SEG membership; please have your SEG Member
ID available when registering. Emeritus and Retired Members receive all the benets of
a delegate registration.

Registration Guidelines and Policies


You may register in advance on the Web or by mail through 23 August 2013 or onsite at the
George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, during the event. Discount Pricing
Registration deadline is 23 August 2013, 11:59 p.m. CDT. For your convenience, advance
pricing registration begins at 12:01 a.m. CDT and continues through on-site.
Register in advance online at www.seg.org/amregister, or complete the advance registration
form on page 21. Your registration materials will be available for pickup at the on-site
registration area, George R. Brown Convention Center, street level. If registering as an SEG
member delegate, you must enter your six-digit membership ID on the registration form.
Please use a separate registration form for each person.
Payment Options: Full payment in U.S. dollars must accompany all registrations.
SEG accepts VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Diners Club, and checks
in U.S. dollars drawn on U.S. banks only, made payable to the Society of Exploration
Geophysicists. Purchase orders are not accepted.
Refund and Cancellation Procedures: SEG will issue a refund of registration fees
paid, less a US$35 cancellation fee, if the cancellation is requested on or before 23 August
2013. Conrmed registrants who do not participate or who cancel after 23 August 2013
will forfeit their registration fees. SEG reserves the right to cancel any event if the minimum
registration is not met. In the event of an SEG cancellation, registration fees associated
with said event will be refunded. Cancellation and substitution requests must be in writing.
Refunds will not be given for no-shows.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER 23 August 2013
Registration Fees (Quoted and payable in U.S. dollars)

Registration Pricing

A TGS COMPANY

Advance/On-Site Pricing
8/24/20139/27/2013

SEG Member Delegate* .....................................US$595 .......................... US$695


Nonmember Delegate.........................................US$725 .......................... US$825
Emeritus Member* .............................................US$180 .......................... US$180
Retired SEG Member* ........................................US$180 .......................... US$180
Student SEG Member*/** ....................................US$35 ............................ US$35
Student Nonmember**.........................................US$75 ............................ US$75
Spouse Program ................................................US$160 .......................... US$160
One-day Delegate/SEG Member* .......................US$265 .......................... US$265
One-day Delegate/Nonmember ..........................US$390 .......................... US$390
One-day Exhibits Only .......................................US$165 .......................... US$165
Tickets to the Wednesday Night Event are available for purchase by any delegates in the
above categories for US$20 each (US$10 for Students and Retired SEG Member delegates).
Individuals not registered in any of the above categories may purchase a ticket for US$60
on site at any registration counter located in the on-site registration area. One drink coupon
is included with each Wednesday Night Event ticket. Buy your ticket early; space is limited.
All items noted above by * require an SEG Member ID Number.
All items noted above by ** require a Student ID.

Support SEG!
,

Registration sponsors:

Discount Pricing
7/26/20138/23/2013

At every SEG Annual Meeting, there is a need for volunteers to help


with various events. Whether your interest is the Technical Program
or Applied Science Education Program, you can make a difference.
It is your Society, so please consider volunteering your time.

For more information on how to volunteer, visit:

www.seg.org/amvolunteer
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Register early for substantial savings!


DISCOUNT REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 23 AUGUST 2013

Register in advance
On the Web: ...... CREDIT CARD USE ONLY
via secure server transactions at
www.seg.org/amregister
By Mail: ............. Please mail completed registration form
on page 21 along with appropriate payment to:
SEG Houston 2013 Registration
P.O. Box 702740, Tulsa, OK 74170-2740
8801 S. Yale Avenue, Ste. 500, Tulsa, OK 74137

Confirmation Email
A conrmation email will be sent to the registrant's email address when registration has
been completed. The conrmation email includes check-in times and locations for picking
up your delegate badge and event materials. Check your conrmation to verify the accuracy
of your registration and email us at registration@seg.org or call us at +1-918-497-5542
if you have any questions.
Badges
Photo ID is required for badge pickup. Your registration conrmation includes badge
pickup times and locations. A US$200 replacement fee is required for any lost badge.
Registration badges, event tickets, exchange vouchers, badge holders, and registration
bags must be picked up in the On-site Registration Area at any of the Advance Registration
booths. We recommend bringing your registration conrmation material with you to
expedite registration material pickup. Badges are nontransferable and are subject to a
US$200 reprint fee. Badge swapping or badge sharing is strictly prohibited.
One-day delegate registrants please note that your badge and registration
materials will be available for pickup only on the day selected.
On-site Registration Hours
George R. Brown Convention Centerstreet level entrance at Hall D
Friday ......... 20 September ...........14:30 p.m.
(Exhibitor registration and badge pickup are encouraged on this day)
Saturday .... 21 September ...........9 a.m.4:30 p.m.
(Exhibitor registration and badge pickup are encouraged on this day)
Sunday ...... 22 September ...........9 a.m.8 p.m.
Monday...... 23 September ...........7:45 a.m.6 p.m.
Tuesday ..... 24 September ...........7:45 a.m.6 p.m.
Wednesday 25 September ...........7:45 a.m.4:30 p.m.
Thursday.... 26 September ...........7:45 a.m.1 p.m.
Friday ......... 27 September ...........7:45 a.m.10 a.m. (Workshops only)
designates suggested registration hours for individual delegates

Membership Services Desk


Member Services staff from the SEG Business Ofce will be on-site and available to assist
members or prospective members with their membership questions and concerns. The
Membership Services desk is located near the On-site Registration Area and will be open
during main registration hours.
At the Membership Services desk, you can:
Apply for SEG membership.
Learn about the value and benets of your SEG membership.
Pay your annual membership dues.
Report an address change and/or let us know if you are not receiving your SEG journals.
Find out if you are eligible for upgrade to Active membership status.

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Book Mart
Visit the SEG Book Mart on the exhibit oor to examine
SEGs newest titles before adding them to your library. Titles
expected to be available at the Annual Meeting Book Mart for
the rst time include:
Practical Applications of Time-lapse Seismic Methods (DISC
2013) by David H. Johnston
Hydrocarbon Seepage: From Source to Surface edited
by Tim Berge, David Connolly, and Fred Aminzadeh
Remote Sensing in Action: The Curious Case of
Sherlock Holmes and Albert Einstein
by Enders A. Robinson and Dean Clark
AVO by Satinder Chopra and
John Castagna
Geological Interpretation of
Aeromagnetic Data by David Isles and
Leigh Rankin (copublished by ASEG and
SEG)
Take time to examine these
titles to determine if they belong
on your bookshelf.

Purchase 2 013 Expanded Abstracts


during advance registration
and save!
The 2013 Technical Program Expanded
Abstracts will be published on a USB drive
and available for US$20 for those who order
through advance registration.
If you purchase through registration, a voucher will be
included in your registration material. Vouchers
may be exchanged in the SEG Book Mart.
The USB drive may be purchased in the SEG Book
Mart for US$25 for those who did not purchase through advance registration.

Visa Information
An Invitation Letter Request Form is now available online at www.seg.org/meetings/visa. For the SEG delegates convenience, also on the SEG Web site is the U. S. Department of
States instructions on how to obtain a visa, www.travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html. Attendees who require a visa are cautioned that the process of obtaining a visa may take
several months. SEG recommends that travelers immediately contact their local embassies for information about the deadline for visa application.
SEG Golf Tournament
Saturday, 21 September, 8 a.m., Redstone Golf Club
The 2013 SEG preconvention golf tournament will be hosted at Redstone Golf Club. As enjoyable to play
as it is beautiful, this course has abundant native plants and wildlife. There is a sense of serenity and solitude unique for a course that
is mere minutes from downtown Houston. Amid the nely groomed fairways, the well-engineered greens, and the challenging bunkers,
you can almost hear the echoes of the PGA tour professionals inviting you to have fun, encouraging you to compete, and inspiring you
to improve your game.
The tournament will take place on Saturday, 21 September, at 8 a.m. and will be
Four-man Texas style scramble. The cost is US$200 per golfer until 23 August. After
23 August, registration cannot be made online, and the cost goes up to US$225 per
golfer. Reservations are on a rst-come, rst-served basis, and with this location, you
will want to secure your spot right away!
Registration includes continental breakfast, green fees, cart, polo shirt, great prizes,
and luncheon awards reception. Transportation will be provided from the Hilton
Americas Hotel. Please indicate with your registration if you would like to take
advantage of the transportation.

Photos courtesy of Redstone Golf Club

Sponsors:

A TGS COMPANY

Geophysical Insights, LLC


Faireld Nodal
Seismic Equipment Solutions
SeisWare Inc.
Vehicle Source Products, Inc.

Dawson Geophysical Company


Ecopetrol America Inc.
EMGS
Geophysical Pursuit, Inc.
ION Geophysical

Lumina Geophysical
Paradigm
Samson Energy Company
Seismic Exchange, Inc.
Vision Project Services

Womens Network Breakfast Event


Wednesday, 25 September, 810:30 a.m., George R. Brown Convention Center
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists Womens Network was formed in 2011 with the mission to promote greater female
engagement in SEG activities, create a community for mutual support among female SEG members, enhance recruiting of women
to the profession, and improve retention of women in the industry.
The Womens Networks activities are coordinated by the SEG Womens Network committee. One of the rst actions taken by
the committee was the creation of an on-line community, www.seg.org/web/seg-womens-network. The committee invites and
encourages all SEG members to submit information, ideas, and resources that would interest and benet the group. The Womens
Network is also represented on other on-line platforms, such as Facebook and LinkedIn.
In addition to the networks on-line presence, gatherings at annual and regional meetings form a means to establish
connections for support, collaboration, and mentoring. The rst Womens Network gathering was successfully held
at the 2011 SEG Annual Meeting.
This year, the Womens Network Committee is pleased to announce the third annual Women's Network breakfast,
which will be held on Wednesday, 25 September 2013, 810:30 a.m., at the 2013 SEG Annual Meeting in Houston,
Texas. Our guest speaker is Sophie Zurquiyah, SEVP geology, geophysics, and reservoir at CGG, followed by
roundtable discussions on women in geophysics.
Breakfast will be provided. All who are interestedmen and womenare welcome to join. Please sign up at www.seg.
org/web/seg-womens-network/rsvp. Capacity is limited to the rst 150 registrants.
Sponsors:

Geophysical Insights, LLC


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Student Pavilion
SundayWednesday, 2225 September, during exhibition hours,
George R. Brown Convention Center

Enhance your career!


Gain exposure!
Network with industry!
Showcase your talent!
Your Student Pavilion comes to Houston bigger and
better than ever! Located next to Bookmart, the Student
Pavilion gathers seasoned industry recruiters who,
through interactive career coaching, provide expert
advice, giving the highest level of customized guidance
available. Do not miss this opportunity to understand
your strengths and get tips and resource information,
essential for success in your professional career. Experience the mock interview, participate in
SEGs new GeoSlam, vote for the Best Student Photography and ask NASA how to be part of
this exciting team! Create your own startup with NSFs funding opportunities and get noticed
by students, faculty, and industry leaders who will help bring your innovative ideas to fruition.
Cheer for the Best Student Chapter, SEP and SLS graduates and enter the drawing for fantastic
giveaways (must be present to win).
Sponsors:

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Faculty Advisor Workshop


Sunday, 22 September, 2 p.m., Hilton Americas
NEW! Innovation Call is an array of untapped opportunities open to Geoscientists!
The Directorate for the Geosciences (GEO) at the National Science Foundation is looking
for research initiatives ripe for commercialization, for institutions interested in having
students co-advised by Industry, for establishments interested in collaborating with their
counterparts in Industry, and for much more. Limited seating available. RSVP to evelasco@
seg.org by July 31, 2013.

SEG Challenge Bowl Finals


Monday, 23 September, 36 p.m., Hilton Americas
Join us for an exciting afternoon at this international test of students knowledge in the eld
of geosciences. Students who participated in regional competitions all over the world, now
come down to this nal moment where only one will take the ultimate grand prize!
Sponsors:

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Career Placement Area


SundayWednesday, 2225 September, during exhibition hours
George R. Brown Convention Center
The Career Placement Area provides job seekers and students a place to post rsums and
to visit with company representatives.
Companies will have individual booths to hold discussions about employment opportunities, internships, educational requirements, and interviews for potential employment.

Student Career Panel


Monday, 23 September, 13 p.m., Hilton Americas
Join us as we explore exciting career opportunities in geophysics. The Student Career
Panel will bring together senior managers from an international oil company, an
independent U.S. oil company, a geophysical service company, and several faculty
members.

Encana

Student Networking Event


Monday, 23 September, 68 p.m., Hilton Americas
The Student Networking Event provides students an opportunity to network with industry
recruiters in a relaxed atmosphere. Students will meet sponsors and visit with faculty and
friends. Join us for an exciting evening of networking, food, drinks, and fun! Mark your
calendar because this is an event you wont want to miss! (This event is limited to students,
faculty advisors, and company sponsors.) For more information on sponsoring this event
or recruiting possibilities, please contact Callie Lee-Petricek at clee-petricek@seg.org
Sponsors:

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation


Fairfield Nodal Colorado School of Mines

Commencement for SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium and SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education ProgramOpen to all Annual Meeting Guests
Wednesday, 25 September, 1:30 p.m., Student Pavilion
Students, industry leaders, and peers are invited to watch as prominent representatives of Chevron and ExxonMobil present certicates of completion to honor this years graduates.
Refreshments will be provided. SEGs Best Student Chapter Award will be presented immediately following the ceremony.
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2013 Houston Spouse Program


On behalf of the Spouse Program Committee for SEGs 83rd Annual Meeting, we
are excited to welcome you to Houston! We look forward to hosting you for an
exciting week of fun-lled activities, entertainment, and tours. We hope your
convention experience will stay with you for a lifetime!
Seminar Schedule
(all seminars are included as a part of Spouse Program registration):
Sam Houston: The Man for Whom this Great American City was Named
Monday, 23 September, 9:3010:30 a.m.
Join us for this seminar and learn about Sam Houston, a colorful and great American. Our
speaker, Charlie Fogarty, will arrive in character as Sam Houston to speak to the group.
Fogarty is a Texan who loves sharing his knowledge of the heroes of the Republic of Texas.
Fogarty is the owner of the Steamboat House, a steakhouse that just happens to be a Texas
History Museum. He also makes more than 80 speaking appearances each year to speak
on heroes of the Republic of Texas. He was made an Honorary Member of the Sons of
the Republic of Texas and has received numerous awards for his work in preserving and
sharing Texas history. Fogarty will make learning about early Texas history fun for all in
attendance.
Minding our Bodies
Tuesday, 24 September, 910 a.m.
Yoga has been described as the science of self-exploration. Through its methods, we
can come to a better understanding of how we work physically and how we can unite our
mind and body to enhance our well-being. Come join Julie Byrd for a mindful exploration
into yoga involving stress releasing twists, owing poses, soothing stretches, and
breathing relaxation all mixed together with a relaxed attitude and a generous helping
of lighthearted fun. This class is designed for all tness levels, and pose modications will
be shown to suit beginner to advanced students. Bring your mat if you have it and prepare
for a fun and relaxing hour. If you are unable to bring a mat, towels will be provided by the
hotel in the Spouse Suite. To learn more about Julie Byrds yoga instruction, visit her Web
site, www.jbyrdyoga.com
Beauty Tips with Marjorie Flory
Tuesday, 24 September, 2:303:30 p.m.
As a beauty stylist at Nordstrom in the Houston Galleria, Flory shares her expertise in
recommending different tips, tricks, and make-up regardless of product lines in order
to t the individual needs of her clients. Flory teaches that it does not take money or a
special occasion to look your best it takes knowledge! At this seminar, join Flory as she
shares solutions to different issues we may experience with our skin, teaches us how to
do a 10-minute natural makeover, and highlights for us some of the newest and greatest
cosmetic breakthroughs.
What Is Personal Style?
Wednesday, 25 September, 9:3011 a.m.
What do you feel is your personal style? Is it necessary luxury, timeless fashion, fast and
chic, a guy thing, face value, or over-the-top-sensibility? Learn to cultivate your OWN
style at this seminar! Get your fashion questions answered by Suzette M. Brimmer, fashion
professional and division chair of Lifestyle Arts & Design Careers, and Professor Kenneth
Simmons, fashion designer and lead fashion design professor.

Tour Schedule
Painted Churches Tour*
Monday, 23 September, 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m.
US$75 per person
From the outside, they look like many American country
churches built around the turn of the last century, with
arched Gothic Revival windows, facades clad in white
frame siding or in stone, lone steeples rising up into the
Texas sky. Once you cross the threshold of these particular
Texas churches, you'll encounter not a simple wooden
interior but an unexpected profusion of color. Nearly every surface is covered with bright
painting, including exuberant murals that radiate from the apse, elaborate foliage trails the
walls, wooden columns and baseboards shine like polished marble in shades of green and
gray. Built by 19th-century German and Czech immigrants to this rough but promising
territory, these churches transport the visitor back to a different era, a different way of life.
The story of these buildings is the story of a people striving to succeed in a new country
and still preserve the values and culture of their homelands. The churches are located
about 100 miles outside of downtown Houston. Youll spend the day visiting a few of these
beautiful structures and the scenic country that surrounds them. This tour will include a
stop for lunch. Lunch is not included in the price of registration for this tour, so registrants
will need to be prepared to pay for their lunch at this stop.
Bayou Bend Tour*
Wednesday, 25 September, 14 p.m.
US$66 per person
Your experience begins from downtown
along Buffalo Bayou to the scenic River Oaks
neighborhood, where you will visit Bayou
Bend Collection and Gardens. This remarkable
home, managed by the Museum of Fine Arts
Houston, houses a collection of decorative art,
paintings, and furniture. Bayou Bend is the former home of Houston philanthropist Ima
Hogg. The collection at Bayou Bend presently consists of approximately 4,700 objects
that reect historic and stylistic periods from 1620 to 1870 installed in some 28 period
room settings that showcase American decorative arts through these periods. Although
not touring the home, guests will be allowed to enjoy the beautiful gardens of Bayou Bend
and visit the new Lora Jean Kilroy Visitor and Education Center and the Shop at Bayou
Bend.
Finally, your experience will conclude with a driving tour of River Oaks. Established in the
1920s by brothers William and Michael Hogg, the community became a well-publicized
national model for community planning. River Oaks is considered to be one of the
wealthiest communities in Texas and has one of the wealthiest ZIP codes in the United
States. Real estate values in the community range from $1 million to over $20 million.
*30 registrants are required for all tours.
If this minimum number of registrants is not obtained, the tour may be canceled. Therefore,
advance registration for tours is encouraged.
Spouse tour photos courtesy of Miguel Mendoza Munoz and Ashley Zembo, respectively.

Luncheon Entertainment
Entertainment: Private Presidential Jam
Tuesday, 24 September, 11:30 a.m., included as a part of Spouse Program Registration
For several years now, attendees of the Annual Meeting have enjoyed taking in the musical talent of SEGs past
presidents and other talented SEG members at the Presidential Jam Session on Tuesday evening during the Annual
Meeting. By popular demand, this group of talented musicians has put together a musical sampling especially for
Spouse Program delegates! Join us at the luncheon, and treat your ears to some of your favorite tunes styled and
performed especially for you by this elite group!
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SEG Houston 2013 Hotel Information Guide

$202
$199

RI

$177

$177

$177

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Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown ...6 blocks

Convention shuttle service will be provided to most hotels.


* Hotels are not on shuttle route.
All rates are quoted in U.S. dollars.

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$182
$179

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$182
$179

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HR Hyatt Regency........................................8 blocks


IB Inn at the Ballpark .................................4 blocks

FIT

$261
$166
$265
$315

Hilton Americas*(Headquarter Hotel)...............connected


Courtyard by Marriott Downtown ..........7 blocks
Embassy Suites* Downtown .................2 blocks
Four Seasons .........................................2 blocks

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$265

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Housing Information
Reservation Deadline: 16 August 2013
The headquarter hotel in Houston will be the Hilton Americas Hotel. It is connected via skybridge to the George R. Brown Convention Center.
All technical sessions, exhibits, and meetings will be held during the Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
SEG has secured sleeping rooms with special rates at many of the hotels in downtown Houston.
Please book your hotel room within the SEG block to receive the SEG group rate.

Two ways to make your hotel reservations


at the ofcial SEG hotels:
1. Visit www.seg.org/amhousing and click the
Online Housing link to make your reservation online.
2. Fill out the housing form in the Announcement and fax or
mail it to the SEG housing service.
(All reservations must be made in writing.)

Ofcial SEG Hotels:


Hilton Americas
Courtyard by Marriott Downtown
Embassy Suites Downtown
Four Seasons
Hyatt Regency
Inn at the Ballpark
Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown

Hotel Room Keycards sponsored by:

Photos courtesy of Hilton AmericasHouston

Transportation
Airline
Discounted airfare is available to the SEG Annual Meeting in
Houston through United Airlines.
Valid Travel Dates: 1730 September 2013
Attendees will receive a 210% discount on each ight booked.
You may book online at www.united.com

Support SEG!
At every SEG Annual Meeting, there is a need for volunteers to help
with various events. Whether your interest is the Technical Program
or Applied Science Education Program, you can make a difference.
It is your Society, so please consider volunteering your time.

Enter ZQ4P486799 in the Offer Code box when searching for your ights.

For more information on how to volunteer, visit:

If booking through a travel professional or United Meetings +1-800-426-1122,


please give them the following information:

www.seg.org/amvolunteer

Agreement Code: 486799


Z Code: ZQ4P
Outside of the United States, please call your local United Airlines reservation
ofce.

Car Rental
Discounted car rental rates are available before, during, and after the
SEG Annual Meeting in Houston.
Dollar Rent A Car is committed to offering all customers the best value.
Dollar will be the rental car partner for the upcoming SEG Annual Meeting in
Houston. To reserve your vehicle, attendees and vendors should go directly to the
Dollar Rent A Car Web site at www.dollar.com, or call +1-800-800-4000.
Fill out the pickup/return city, date, and time, and place the discount code
CM0165 in the Corporate Rate box.

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HOUSING
Reservation

SEG 2013 International Exposition and


83rd Annual Meeting

DEADLINE

2227 September 2013 George R. Brown Convention Center Houston, TX, USA

16 August 2013

Reservations can be made in one of the


following ways:

Use one form per hotel room. Make copies for additional rooms.

INTERNET: www.seg.org/amhousing
FAX: +1-301-694-5124
MAIL: SEG 2013 Hotel Reservations
P.O. Box 4088, Frederick, MD 21705

GUEST INFORMATION
Mr. Mrs. Ms. Dr.
First name ______________________________________________________________

QUESTIONS
+1-301-694-5243 local
+1-866-229-2386 toll free
No reservations will be accepted by phone.
Hours: 9 am5 pm EST (MondayFriday)
seg@experient-inc.com
DO NOT E-MAIL THIS FORM WITH CREDIT
CARD INFORMATION. It will not be processed
if e-mailed due to PCI Compliance laws. This
form can be faxed or mailed with credit card information.
DEADLINE
Reservations must be made by 16 August 2013 to
guarantee convention rates.
CONFIRMATIONS
The SEG Housing Service will send a reservation acknowledgment via e-mail. Please review all information
for accuracy. If you do not receive an acknowledgment
or have questions, please call the SEG Housing Service.
You will not receive a confirmation from the hotel.
SPECIAL REQUESTS
Special requests cannot be guaranteed; however,
hotels will do their best to honor all requests. Hotels will assign specific rooms upon check-in, based
on availability. Hotels do not guarantee your reservation room type.
ROOM DEPOSIT REQUIRED TO
SECURE RESERVATION
Reservations will not be accepted without a credit
card. At the discretion of the individual hotels,
your credit card MAY be charged one nights
room and tax, but not before 23 August 2013.
Room deposits will be accepted by the hotels in
the form of a check but cannot be sent to the hotels
until after 23 August 2013 and must be accompanied by a copy of your hotel acknowledgment. If
your check is not sent or does not reach the hotel
before your arrival date, please have an alternate
form of payment available upon check-in.
CANCELLATION POLICY
Cancellations made on or after 9 August 2013
will be subject to a US$50 cancellation fee. After
23 August 2013, please contact your hotel directly, prior to 72 hours of your arrival, to avoid
hotel cancellation penalties. NOTE: If you do not
arrive on your scheduled arrival date, the hotel
will consider you a no show. This may result in a
charge of one nights room and tax and the loss
of your room for the entire stay.

M.I. ___________________

Last name _________________________________________________________________________________________


E-mail address: ___________________________________________________________ Daytime phone: __________________________________
If providing international numbers, please include country and city access numbers.
Company __________________________________________________________________________________________
Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________
Address 2 __________________________________________________________________________________________
City/state/province ________________________________________________________________________________
Postal code _____________________________________

Country _______________________________________

HOTEL SELECTION Hotels will not guarantee room type until arrival.
Type of Reservation: Attendee

Exhibitor

Arrival date ____________ Departure date____________


Standard, one-bedded room (12 people) _______ Standard, two-bedded room* (24 people) _______
*Two-Bedded Rooms are limited in most hotels. Due to this reason, we suggest selecting two-bedded rooms only when they
are required. This improves your chances of obtaining reservations in one of your hotel choices.
Please select four hotel choices from the participating hotels list in order of preference:
1st ____________________

2nd ____________________

3rd ____________________

4th ____________________

ROOMS ARE ASSIGNED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS.


IF YOUR HOTEL CHOICES ARE NOT AVAILABLE, YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED TO THE NEXT AVAILABLE HOTEL IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE.
PLEASE SELECT CRITERIA: COMPARABLE ROOM RATE PROXIMITY TO CONVENTION CENTER
List all room occupants:
_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________

Check here if you have a disability requiring special services. Nonsmoking request
Special requests: ___________________________________________________________________________________________
DEPOSIT INFORMATION
All reservation requests must be accompanied by a credit card to secure your reservation. Housing forms received
without a valid credit card will not be processed. For check payment policy, please refer to the Room Deposit
Required Section on this form.
*I hereby authorize the SEG Housing Service or any one of the participating hotels to process a charge to my credit card
for each room deposit in accordance with the policies and information provided herein.
Authorized signature: _____________________________________________________

Please fi ll out payment information below


Please DO NOT SEND this form to the SEG Business Ofce. It will only delay your reservation.

If you need to cancel your meeting registration, please contact SEG directly: +1-918-497-5542

Reservation WILL NOT be processed without payment.


Credit Card type:

MasterCard Discover VISA American Express Diners Club

CARD ACCOUNT NUMBER

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EXPIRATION DATE (REQUIRED)

PRINTED NAME OF CARDHOLDER

AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE*

ADVANCE
REGISTRATION
Deadline: 23 August
11:59 P.M. CDT

SEG 2013 International Exposition and 83rd Annual Meeting


George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas USA 2227 September 2013

Register online www.seg.org/amregister

REGISTRATION CATEGORYOne form per person.


PRICE
QTY AMT DUE
SEG Member Delegate* (on-site: US$695) ...... US$595 1 ________
Nonmember Delegate*** (on-site: US$825) ... US$725 1 ________
Emeritus SEG Member Delegate* .................... US$180 1 ________
Retired SEG Member Delegate* ....................... US$180 1 ________
Student SEG Member Delegate*/** ................. US$35
1 ________
Student Nonmember Delegate**/*** .............. US$75
1 ________
Spouse Program Delegate................................ US$160 1 ________
(1) Icebreaker ticket is included in the above registrations.

MR

DR

SEG Member ID #

MS

First name

Middle name

Last name

Email address

*Must have Member ID Number for these registrations.


** Must present Student ID for these registrations.
***Price(s) does not include free SEG membership

ONE-DAY REGISTRATIONPlease check one:


MON TUE WED THUR
One-day SEG Member Delegate* ..................... US$265 1 ________
One-day Nonmember Delegate......................... US$390 1 ________
One-day Exhibits Only ...................................... US$165 1 ________
Events available to one-day delegatestickets also will be sold separately on site.

EXTRA ITEMS FOR PURCHASE


Convention Workshops
Workshops Member ......................................... US$100
Workshops Nonmember .................................. US$200
Workshops Student.......................................... US$30

Company

Job title

Address

City

State/province

Address listed:
ZIP/postal code, country

Business

Home

Country code/area code + daytime phone number

I inuence purchasing decisions.

Check box if you do not want to receive promotional e-mail from exhibitors.

Payment methods:
(Registration WILL NOT be processed without payment and completed form.)

Option 1: Credit card payment


Please complete registration securely online at:

www.seg.org/amregister
Option 2 : Check/money order in U.S. dollars drawn on U.S. banks only:
Payable to: Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Mail payment and this completed form to:
SEG Houston 2013 Registration
PO Box 702740
Tulsa OK 74170-2740 USA

Option 3 : Wire transfer in US dollars to:


Bank of Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma 74192
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
ACCT# 204967965
ABA Routing Code: 103900036
Swift Code: BAOKUS44
Reference: AM2013
Questions:
E-mail: registration@seg.org
Phone: +1-918-497-5542

US$35 cancellation fee on or before 23 August 2013


NO refund after 23 August 2013

1
1
1

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_______
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Digital Data
2013 Technical Program Abstract USB Drive . US$20
1
During meeting US$25 each, payable at the SEG Book Mart.

_______

2013 Technical Program Recordings USB Drive*(Price and S&H)


Member Domestic (US$145 + US$15) ............. US$160 1 _______
Member International (US$145 + US$25) ........ US$170 1 _______
Nonmember Domestic (US$185 + US$15) ...... US$200 ___ _______
Nonmember International (US$185 + US$25) . US$210 ___ _______
Delivered 810 weeks after Annual Meeting.
*You may purchase only a quantity of one of the above item(s) at Member pricing.
Any additional purchases must be made at the Nonmember price.

Events
Icebreaker (1 ticket is included in full registration fee) ...US$60

___ _______

Wednesday Night Bayou Bash (includes one beverage ticket)


Delegate ................................................................US$20
1 _______
Nondelegate Guest Ticket......................................US$60
___ _______
Student/Retired .....................................................US$10
1 _______
Golf Tournament (after 23 August: $225)................... US$200 ___ _______
Do you need transportation to the Golf Tournament: Yes No
Please register players online or e-mail: awatson@seg.org
Luncheons and Dinners
Gravity and Magnetics Luncheon (Tues) ...............US$62
Latin America/ULG Luncheon (Tues) ....................US$30
Europe/FSU Luncheon (Tues) ...............................US$30
Near Surface Luncheon (Tues)..............................US$60
Asia/Pacic Luncheon (Wed) ................................US$30
Africa/Middle East Luncheon (Wed) ......................US$30
Development and Production Luncheon (Wed).....US$62
Research Committee Dinner (Thurs).....................US$55

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Spouse Program Tours


Painted Churches Tour (Mon) ...............................US$75
Bayou Bend Tour (Wed) ........................................US$66

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TOTAL AMOUNT DUE SEG: US$


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SEG 2013 Houston sponsors


TITANIUM

A TGS COMPANY

PLATINUM
Geophysical Insights, LLC
GOLD
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Devon Energy Corporation
SILVER
Faireld Nodal
Mitcham Industries, Inc.
Seismic Equipment Solutions
SeisWare Inc.
Vehicle Source Products, Inc.
XRI Geophysics

BRONZE
Colorado School of Mines
Dawson Geophysical Company
Earth Signal Processing, Ltd.
Ecopetrol America Inc.
EMGS
Encana
Geophysical Pursuit, Inc.
Hardin International Processing, Inc.
ION Geophysical
Jaguar Exploration, Inc.
Lumina Geophysical
Paradigm
Parallel Geoscience Corporation
Samson Energy Company
Seismic Exchange, Inc.
Troika International Ltd.
Vision Project Services

We want to say
THANK YOU to
our sponsors for the
SEG 83nd Annual
Meeting. Without your
generosity, many of the
convention programs, breaks, and events at
the annual meeting would not exist. A full list
of available opportunities is on the SEG Web Site at www.seg.org, or
to request a brochure, contact Gary Crouse at +1-713-818-2080 or by
e-mail at gary@meauxenergy.com, or Amy Watson at +1-918-497-5529
or by e-mail at awatson@seg.org.

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