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It’s us again, looking for talent again!

Job opening at Delft Inversion Location: Delft (The Hague area), The NetherlandsPosition: Software Developer for scientific applicationsStart date: Immediate Delft Inversion is a young E&P service company, specialised in seismicreservoir characterisation. Being founded in 2013, the added value of itsproprietary wave-equation based AVO technology has been demonstrated inseveral case studies around the globe and the company is now […]

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Delft Inversion contributes to Special Topic of FirstBreak

We are glad to contribute a technical article to the July Issue of EAGE’s FirstBreak journal. This month special Topic is about Unconventionals and Carbon Capture and Storage and our paper titled Quantitative prediction of injected CO2 at Sleipner using wave-equation based AVO can be found here. We would also like to thank our co-authors Farid Jedari […]

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Quadrant Energy awards Delft Inversion reservoir characterisation study

The aim of this project is to de-risk prospects within one of Quadrant’s licenses by applying Delft Inversion’s Wave-Equation based AVO inversion. Margarita Kongawoin, senior geophysicist at Quadrant Energy says: “I am interested in comparing conventional Simultaneous Inversion with Delft Inversion’s Full Wave Equation Inversion.  Will a more complete forward model provide an enhanced result?”

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Delft Inversion teams up with TU Delft for innovating in gas exploration in the North Sea

Delft Inversion and the quantitative imaging group of TUDelft have received funding from TKI-gas (www.tki-gas.nl) for their project VEGAS. The goal of this project is to develop innovative seismic-based imaging tools for reducing the exploration risks associated with developing marginal gas fields in the North Sea. Dr Eric Verschuur, leader of the project says: ” […]

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Delft Inversion and Wintershall successfully conclude Time-Lapse Feasibility Study

Delft Inversion and Wintershall have successfully concluded the first Time-Lapse Feasibility Study (TLFS) using wave-equation based inversion on a North Sea Prospect. Dr. Doulgeris, Delft Inversion’s business developer, reports: “This project launches in the most brilliant way our new service, TLFS, that now becomes available to the market. We are continuously working towards finding new […]

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Beach Energy awards pilot reservoir characterisation study to Delft Inversion

Dr. Haffinger, Managing Director of Delft Inversion reports: “We are very glad to have initiated a pilot reservoir characterisation study with Beach Energy, an Adelaide-based innovative exploration and production company. The objective of the project is to assess the value FWI-res can add to one of their licenses by extracting more information from the available […]

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Province of Zuid-Holland awards R&D subsidy to Seismic Mechatronics and Delft Inversion

The province of Zuid-Holland awarded the joint MIT application of Seismic Mechatronics and Delft Inversion. The successful project application (ranked 8th among the 36 winning proposals) aims to significantly improve the acquisition and processing of seismic data for high-resolution characterisation of the near-surface. A detailed and reliable understanding of the first ten to hundreds of […]

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Delft Inversion participated in Techmakers workshop in Oslo

We are glad to return to office after a very fruitful business workshop in Oslo with Techmakers. It was great to meet enthusiastic and passionate fellow entrepreneurs from Norway!

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Quadrant Energy among launching customers of IMI technology

Delft Inversion is excited to welcome Quadrant Energy as one of the first customers for the new IMI (Internal Multiples Investigation) technology. The awarded project, “identification of multiple generators in the overburden and understanding their interference with the reservoir interval” is of key importance for assessing amplitudes and for deriving more effective seismic processing workflows, […]

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All you need to know about the state of the art in seismic inversion in one video!

The EAGE E-lecture by Dries Gisolf is now available on Youtube.  

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