The inaugural North American Oil & Gas Workhop took place at the University of Colorado with the support of the US Geological Survey and a host of sponsors, speakers and attendees.
The Workshop focused on how remote sensing provides crucial data for the exploration and characterisation of oil and gas resources, as input to managing operations, and is of increasing importance to minimising the health, environment, and safety risks associated with a wide range of oil and gas activities.
It was fantastic to see so many people travel to the new venue and without a doubt the conference was a great success. As always this is due to the incredibly hard working committee and the support of the members.
To download one of the presentations from the conference please follow the links in the tables below.
*Please note that we are waiting on the permission of a number of speakers and hence more presentations will become available soon.
|Presentation Title||Author||Download Link|
|Alunite to Buddingtonite, separating different rocks with similar spectra using WorldView-3 short-wave infrared imagery||Bill Baugh||Click to download|
|Mapping of shallow water and underwater scenes using a novel LIDAR / UAV technique||Geoff Crowley||Click to download|
|Use of multi-date water analysis for oil and gas related assessments||Cynthia Dacre||Click to download|
|Continuous InSAR Monitoring for EOR Operations||Sara Del Conte||Click to download|
|Regional Geologic Remote Sensing, Ruhuhu Basin, Tanzania||James Ellis||Click to download|
|Satellite Monitoring of Fugitive Methane Emissions||Jean-Francois Gauthier||Click to download|
|MSRC and Ocean Imaging Tactical Oil Spill Response System||Mark Hess||Click to download|
|New advances in remote sensing to aid exploration and monitoring, then and now case studies||Michael King||Click to download|
|Inferring TOC and major element geochemical and mineralogical characteristics of shale core from hyperspectral imagery||Benoit Rivard||Click to download|
|Large area airborne hyperspectral imaging for atmospheric emissions throughout the oil and gas lifecycle||Katherine Saad||Click to download|
|Detection of Hydrocarbon Gases Using Airborne Midwave (3-5 µm) and Longwave (7.6-13.5 µm) Infrared Hyperspectral Data: Exploration and Monitoring Applications to Oil Industry||Rebecca Scafuto||Click to download|
|Hydrocarbon Microseepage and Remote Sensing for Oil and Gas: New Life for Two Significant but Underutilized Technologies||Dietmar Schumacher||Click to download|
|U.S. Geological Survey - Putting Drones to Work for Applied Scientific Research||Jeff Sloan||Click to download|
|Characterizing infrastructure changes using DInSAR||Kristy Tiampo||Click to download|