GEO 2010 9th Middle East Geosciences Conference and Exhibition

Since it’s inception in 1994, the GEO series has played a significant role in the development and transfer of exploration and development technology in the Middle East.

GEO 2010 will feature an outstanding exhibition of hardware and services coupled with a comprehensive technical conference programme which ensures a valuable exchange of knowledge among managing, operating and supplying companies.

Attended as it is by almost every oil producing state in the region, GEO provides a vital platform where peers can learn about and share technology and best practices to be used in resolving the unique challenges of managing and exploiting the most significant hydrocarbon reserves in the world.

The exhibition attracts high profile participation from leading oil and gas companies, including all six Gulf Cooperation Council national oil companies - Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and Qatar Petroleum (QP) – and international oil companies.


Visitor delegations from each of these companies attend the highly regarded conference and come to evaluate the technology on display. Their active support also involves showcase stands at the show; participation on the conference committee, ensuring that the programme maintains its excellent technical focus with special relevance to the Middle East and presentation of papers within the conference programme itself.

Speaker Gouping Li
Canada Country Manager Ingrain Guoping Li, Country Manager for Canada, brings twenty-six years of experience to Ingrain, most of which was spent in the Canadian petroleum industry as an interpreting geophysicist.  He previously worked with EnCana, Canadian Natural Resources, Talisman Energy and Canadian Hunter, and was involved in domestic as ...

Canada Country Manager
Ingrain

Guoping Li, Country Manager for Canada, brings twenty-six years of
experience to Ingrain, most of which was spent in the Canadian
petroleum industry as an interpreting geophysicist.  He previously
worked with EnCana, Canadian Natural Resources, Talisman Energy and
Canadian Hunter, and was involved in domestic as well as international
exploration and development projects.  His areas of specialization are
3D seismic interpretation, 4D monitoring, integration of rock physics
in quantitative seismic interpretation, inversion, and borehole
seismology.  He has extensive experience in carbonate plays and oil
sands development.

 

Guoping received his geophysics degrees from Tongji University in
China and the University of Calgary. He was working on his Ph.D.
research at Stanford University under the supervision of Professor Amos
Nur. He is a Professional Geophysicist registered with APEGGA and also
an active member of several professional societies including SEG, AAPG,
CSEG and EAGE.

Full Description
Organizer Nora Villarreal

When?

Sun, Mar. 7 - Wed, Mar. 10, 2010
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Center