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Bertrand Duquet

Exploration

Bertrand Duquet - Innovative Acquisition Project Manager - Exploration & Production - Total

Bertrand Duquet, Innovative Acquisition Project Manager

Bertrand earned a PhD in Applied Mathematics from IFP Energies nouvelles (Institut français du pétrole), and now has twenty years of experience in seismic imaging. He spent ten years at Amoco and IFP as a researcher before joining Total headquarters, where he supervised imaging studies for three years and then coordinated R&D imaging activities for two years. Next, he served our British subsidiary as a senior geophysicist for two years.

Since 2013, Bertrand has been directing the research and development project "Quantitative Seismic Imaging".  He is one of Total's most experienced team members in seismic imaging, with profound knowledge of both the theoretical and operational aspects.

 

Projects

  • Bertrand co-organised two workshops for the SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists) and the EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers) as well as a SEG summer research workshop on subjects related to seismic imaging.
  • From 2008 to 2011, Total entrusted him with company training on this theme, of which he has expert knowledge.
  • Bertrand is the author and co-author of more than thirty publications (articles in geophysics journals and publications at SEG and EAGE conferences).

 

Collaborations

  • Member of the SEG research committee.

Research & Development

Metis' 1st Seismic Acquisition in the United Arab Emirates

Exploration

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