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Introduction to Integrated Marine
The Role of Geology, Geophysics and Geotechnical Engineering
A Two-Day Course
December 8th and 9th 7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Marathon Conference Center
5555 San Felipe Street
Houston, TX 77056
Telephone: (713) 296-4600
SPONSORED BY: Houston Branch of the Offshore Site Investigation and
Geotechnics (OSIG) Committee of the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)
A marine site investigation integrates geology, geophysics, and geotechnical data to develop the soil properties required to understand geological constraints and to gather information to design submarine foundations and layouts. Who should attend? Geoscientists, engineers, and managers who work, contract, and plan marine site survey and geotechnical programs for exploration and field development.
The two-day comprehensive course covers survey planning, acquisition, interpretation, and integration of data, culminating with an in-depth presentation of integrated case studies. The course is taught by recognized experts in these fields from oil companies, service contractors, and consulting companies.
Day 1: Marine Geoscience
Geoscientist's Role - Earl Doyle, Consultant
Geophysical Site Investigation Planning - Mike Taylor, BP America
Positioning - Wade McGee, BP America
Survey Vessel Selection - Daniel McConnell, Fugro GeoConsulting
Seismic Principles - Niall Slowey, Texas A & M University
Acoustic Tools - Andrew Haigh, Gardline Surveys
Multichannel Techniques - Craig Scherschel, BP America
Data Loading, Manipulation, and QC - Daniel McConnell, Fugro GeoConsulting
Shallow Seabed Sampling - Andy Barwise, Gardline Surveys
Data Interpretation - Craig Shipp, Shell International E & P
Marine Engineering Geology - Daniel Lanier, GEMS, a Forum Energy Technologies Company
Day 2: Geotechnics
Foundation Engineering - Alan Young, GEMS, a Forum Energy Technologies Company
Geotechnical Site Investigation Planning - Jason Newlin, Shell International E & P
Site Investigation Techniques - Robert Little, Chevron Energy Technology
Geotechnical Characterization of Marine Sediments - Dan Spikula, GEMS, a Forum Energy Technologies Company
Laboratory Testing and Data Interpretation - Gary Humphrey, Fugro GeoConsulting
Integrated Stratigraphy - Niall Slowey, Texas A & M University
Risk Assessment - Zenon Medina-Cetina, Texas A & M University
Integrated Case Studies:
- Gulf of Mexico (Typical) - Jim Collins, Marathon Oil
- Brazil (Challenging) - Kerry Campbell, Fugro GeoConsulting
- Malaysia (Complex) - Chris Hadley, Shell International E & P
Online registration is only $750.00
Go to the "Upcoming Events" on the right side of the website homepage to register: http://www.suthouston.com
Lunch will be available on your own in the cafeteria adjacent to the meeting room, and parking is $10 per day.
For registration information please contact Jodi Roberts at email@example.com
For course information contact: Craig Shipp at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (281) 544-2232
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Marathon Oil Tower5555 San Felipe
Houston, TX 77056, USA