Happy February everyone! The 40th Doodlespiel was held in Banff January 27th to 29th and it was GREAT! Huge thanks to Victor Irwin and his crew for putting on an anniversary event to remember. (Personally, I will have to remember NOT to wear high heeled boots on the ice for the human curling event: many thanks to the gentlemen who glided me back to safety.) And… Congratulations go out once again to our CSEG President, Larry Herd, for having the top A team for the second year in a row. Larry and his teammates Rick Rathier, Kevin Bowman, Roger Edgecombe and Murray Jasman were triumphant over the team of Jim Brack, Dale Johnson, Dave Cryer and Bill Campbell in the finals. Nice work to all involved and hopefully everyone had fun.

GEOConvention – Light up the World Silent Auction

Founded in Calgary in 1999, Light Up the World is an international development organization dedicated to providing renewable energy and innovative lighting solutions to communities in need in the developing world. Since its inception, LUTW has facilitated the installation of approximately 30,000 lights that have illuminated close to one million lives in 53 countries.

When you come to the exhibit hall during the GeoConvention, please take the time to look at the silent auction tables that will be strategically placed amongst the booths. If your company is interested in donating an item or service to the silent auction, we would love to hear from you!

Please contact Craig Van Dongen if you wish to donate or help out on the committee: 403.818.8873 or craig@geotir.com.

SKI SPREE – Space Still Available!

45th Annual CSEG Family Ski Spree
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, BC
February 24-26, 2012

Registration opened on November 14, 2011.
Note: Registration is still open though space is limited.

Global Geophysical Services Completes Acquistion of Sensor Geophysical

The combination of GGS’ extensive multi-component acquisition capabilities with Sensor’s unique multi-component processing toolkit will create one of the industry’s most advanced converted wave imaging providers. Sensor is one of the only independent 3C and 4C processing providers with their own proprietary software for advanced multi-component imaging. GGS maintains one of the largest 3C recording system channel counts in geophysical services, and is developing its own next generation autonomous AutoseisTM nodal 3C and 4C systems.

GGS provides an integrated suite of Geoscience solutions to the global oil and gas industry including high-resolution RG-3D Reservoir Grade® seismic data acquisition, Multi Client data library products, micro seismic monitoring, seismic data processing, data analysis, and interpretation services. GGS combines experience, innovation, operational safety, and environmental responsibility with leading edge geophysical technology to facilitate successful E&P execution. GGS’ combined product and service offerings provide the ability to Gain InSight™ in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons. GGS is headquartered in Houston, Texas. To learn more about GGS, visit www.GlobalGeophysical.com



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