Seismic in the gamut of Hydrocarbon Exploration & production: an API overview

Mr. Pulak Kumar Bera
Dy. Suptdg Geophysicist(S)
ONGC Ltd., Jorhat



"Petrophysics in the 21st Century” :More important than ever

Mr. Udit Guru
Advisor
Petrophysics at Schlumberger



Evaluation of a mineral resource, Bunder Diamond Project- A case study

Mr. Hrishikesh Das
Senior Geologist
Geovale Services

Role of Geoscientist in Developing Oil and Gas Fields: The State of the Art

Mr. Dronamraju Sharma
Director, AKD Professional Solutions
Houston



Isotopic “Sore thumbs”: Implications to geo and cosmochemical processes.

Dr. R.V. Krishnamurthy
Prof. Stable Isotope Geochemistry
Western Michigan University



Recent Advances in Well logging Techniques

Mr. Asim Samanta
Ret. Group General Manager,ONGC




Growth of E&P Sector and Future Challenges

Mr. Saumitra Gupta
Freelance Principal Consultant
Geologist, visiting faculty Presidency University



Reservoir Evaluation for shale

Mr. Udit Guru
Ex-Advisor, Petrophysicist at Schlumberger




Excitement of Studying Earth Science

Dr. Abhijit Bhattacharya
Senior Professor
IIT Kharagpur



Monitoring of Groundwater and Surface Water in the Bengal Basin: an Overview

Mr. Md. Ejar Uddin
Former Director
Bangladesh Water Development Board

People, Process and Technology - Integration for Sustainable Business Growth

Mr. Apurba Saha is the Director & ExCo Member, Cairn India Ltd. He is also the Chairman of Technical Forum Committee. He completed his master’s Degree from IIT, Kharagpur in Exploration Geosciences and M.Tech from Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, then Mr. saha joined E & P industry in 1975. He has more than 39yrs of experiences in E&P Industries. Mr. Saha conceptualized and executed number of high value projects in Indian Offshore and also been instrumental in inducting number of new Tools, Techniques & Technologies not only for the first time in ONGC but also in India. Mr.Saha was the OSD (offshore) and Asset Manager of India’s largest producing Asset, Mumbai High of ONGC before joining cairn India.



300 Years of the Longitude Problem

Dr Achintya Pal: After doing his Bachelor’s from Presidency College and Masters from University of Calcutta, Dr Achintya Pal did PhD in Theoretical Physics from The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai where he developed interest in Astronomy and Astrophysics. He spent two years as visiting fellow at the Institute for Geophysics at the University of Texas at Austin. Among his other interests are Hindustani classical music and study of literature. The author is a retired executive of Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), the national oil company of India. Over the years, he is considered as an expert in oil exploration related geodesy and map projection systems and in Geographical Information System (GIS). A visit to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich kindled his interest in the Longitude Problem.



Leveraging Technology for Hydrocarbon Exploration-Looking Into Future

Dr. Subrata Chakraborty, Vice President, SPG Kolkata Chapter, DGM (GP) joined ONGC in the year 1983 as Geophysicist (Surface) in Dehradun, Computer Services Division. He has experience in seismic data processing of onshore and offshore data using different vintage of hardware and software version. He has vast experience in seismic data acquisition .He started journey as observer in field, and finally elevated to In charge operation . He has handled contract management, procurement and other technical issue . He acted as in charge data processing in Kolkata. Presently he is Head of Geophysical services of Kolkata region.



Present & Future Groundwater resources availability and management of India

Dr. Dipankar Saha