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The Curtin Reservoir Geophysics Consortium (CRGC) is a partnership between industry and academia and is undertaking research into the acquisition, processing and quantitative interpretation of geophysical data with an emphasis on Australian petroleum exploration and production issues.

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Acknowledged as having inspired a culture of excellence in the field of Geophysics at Curtin University, CEG Director Professor Boris Gurevich was awarded the university’s highest honour for academic staff, the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.

Announcements

18/12/2023 – 2023 CRGC Annual Meeting Resources Available

The 2023 CRGC annual meeting presentations and recordings have ben uploaded to the Members Resources webpage.


30/11/2023 – 2023 CRGC Annual Meeting Approaching

The annual meeting information are updated on the consortium webpage.


04/08/2023 – 2023 CRGC Annual Meeting Dates Announced


01/01/2023 – Prof Roman Pevzner and Prof Maxim Lebedev Named Honorary Lecturers for SEG Honorary Lecture Program 2023

Professor Roman Pevzner and Professor Maxim Lebedev were selected as Distinguished Lecturers for SEG’s 2023 SEG Honorary Lecture Program, which is viewed as a major honour and recognition of excellence by the SEG.

This recognition values individual’s scientific contributions and applications in geophysics. Being an Honorary lecturer is also an active effort to promote geophysics, stimulating general scientific and professional interest, expanding technical horizons, and providing a connection to SEG activities and practices… Read more

News and Events

28/06/2023 – A Curtin TLE paper received an Honourable Mention in the category of Best Paper in 2022

A paper by a Curtin PhD student and staff Distributed fibre-optic sensing transforms an abandoned well into a permanent geophysical monitoring array: A case study from Australian South West, by Evgenii Sidenko, Konstantin Tertyshnikov, Boris Gurevich, Roman Isaenkov, Ludovic Ricard, Sandeep Sharma, Dominique Van Gent, and Roman Pevzner, published in Volume 41, No. 2, February 2022, received Honourable Mention in the category of Best Paper in The Leading Edge in 2022… Read more


22/11/2022 – Curtin/CSIRO Geophysics Group Seminar

On Wednesday 21st September 2022, Senior Research Fellow Dr Konstantin Tertyshnikov, Exploration Geophysics, Curtin University, presented a seminar titled: A rapid VSP acquisition with DAS in mineral exploration.

In the last decade distributed fibre optic acoustic and temperature sensing has become quite extensively utilised for various reservoir exploration and monitoring tasks.

Specifically, it gained a lot of attention for downhole seismic applications due to distinct directional sensitivity of fibre optic sensors along a cable and in addition due to usual downhole acquisition geometry, where P-waves approaching receivers along a bore and a cable… Read more

Seismic Soundoff Posdcast: Surface and borehole seismic monitoring of CO2 geological storage

Prof. Roman Pevzner discusses his Honorary Lecture, "Surface and borehole seismic monitoring of CO2 geological storage."

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Seismic Soundoff Posdcast: Seismic's role in geological carbon capture and storage

Prof. Boris Gurevich provides an insider's perspective on the value of expanding your knowledge and awareness of the wide-ranging discipline of geophysics.

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