The Unconventional Revolution in Exploration Geophysics By Nancy House -Integrated Geophysical Interpretation Inc. LLC - SEG President 2017-2018 CGN invite you to come and join us in our coming event, a presentation where we will learn about how different seismic attributes that are generated from 3D seismic data are used to identify the highest productive unconventional areas and how to develop them. Registration cost is $35. This price includes dinner and presentation. Seating is limited. Please register and secure your seat at your earliest convenience. Price will increase to $40 after February the 5th 6:00 pm. For specific questions about the event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Andrea Cadena at +1 405-600-8726. This Event is Sponsored by Beicip Inc. Abstract 3D seismic imaging revolutionized hydrocarbon exploration providing a robust picture of the subsurface. Higher prices enabled expensive technologies and investments in development of previously uneconomic deposits. The balance between development and the market value of the gas or oil is critical. Recent advances in 3D seismic allow interpreters to map areas of higher productivity, and identify bypassed reserves. MicroSeismic mapping has made completion more efﬁcient and safer. Geophysical data is now an accepted early development tool of successful oil and gas companies. Currently hundreds of different seismic attributes that are generated from 3D seismic data are used to identify the highest productive areas and how to develop them. Nancy House’s biography Nancy J. House has worked as a geophysicist for multinational corporations and small independent oil companies, primarily as an interpreter in onshore and offshore United States, South America, Africa and other areas. Nancy earned a B.A. in geology/geophysics from the University of Wyoming, a M.Sc. in geophysics from Colorado School of Mines, and an additional postgraduate work at Colorado School of Mines in reservoir characterization, economics, and geophysics. Nancy has been a member of SEG for 40 years, she is also a member of the AAPG, Dallas Geophysical Society, and has been President of the Denver Geophysical Society (President - Past President in 2008-2010). House has served on numerous SEG committees, including International Affairs, Women’s Network and Finance, among others. Nancy has been general chair of the SEG 2010 Annual Meeting and was SEG secretary-treasurer. Currently, Nancy serves as SEG President (2017-2018) and one of her main objectives is to increase diversity and inclusion in the profession of geophysics.