The SEG/EAGE 2002 Summer Workshop “Geopressure—conceptual advances, applications, and future challenges” attracted 92 delegates from oil companies, service companies, universities, and research institutions to a week (12-17 May) of intensive afternoon and evening sessions.

About 50 poster and oral papers were evenly balanced in sessions on:

Most participants came from industry, equally divided between service and oil companies. About 10% came from academia and 30% of all participants worked in research. The organizers targeted other disciplines in addition to geophysics and, consequently, a large fraction of participants were members of other societies (about 30% SEG/EAGE and 38% SPE/AAPG/SPWLA). This ensured...

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