SUBSURFACE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING CHALLENGES AND R&D OPPORTUNITIES: NEW SUBSURFACE SIGNALS

The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking to understand the broader technical challenges related to subsurface technology and engineering for energy applications such as oil and gas, carbon storage, geothermal, and waste disposal.  This briefing will aim to facilitate a dialogue with industry on what they perceive as the key challenges and opportunities regarding new subsurface signals.

 
 
 

Speakers

Barry Freifeld

Mechanical Engineer
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Barry Freifeld is a Mechanical Engineer at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where he is the... more

Björn Paulsson, Ph.D.

President & CEO
Paulsson, Inc. (PI)
*Ph.D. in Seismology and Rock Mechanics from UC Berkeley 1983o Performed the industry first time lapse... more

Richard Jackson

Principal
Geofirma Engineering Ltd
Dick Jackson obtained his PhD in 1979 at the University of Waterloo, where he is now an Adjunct Professor.... more

Robert Habiger

Geophysical Consultant
RMHabiger Consultants LLC
Rob Habiger holds Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. degrees in physics. He worked for ConocoPhillips for over 28... more