EAGE Amsterdam 2014 Review – ASL enjoys busiest European exposition to date

23rd June 2014

Avalon Sciences attended the 76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2014

From 16-19 June 2014, ASL presented the latest borehole seismic offerings at the Exhibition in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Amsterdam ’14 is the world’s largest geoscience event. This event included a high-profile technical programme and exhibition covering the latest developments, with over 7,500 delegates from all over the world.

The exhibition floor hosted over 380 companies all the upstream Oil & Gas exploration sector.

Stand EAGE 2014

ASL Booth 2222 EAGE Amsterdam



Dan EAGE 2014

Dan Banks showcasing our high temperature electronic capability – Neopartners Engineer based at the New Borehole Test Facility

Avalon attracted a large interest in the latest Geochain Extra High Pressure Offering (30,000 psi), with this, service companies can now tender for the most hostile of deep well wireline seismic surveys.  There was much approval for the latest microseismic upgrades in both the Geochain, and Geochain Slim product ranges giving increased functionality and continuous recording.  Avalon was also pleased to announce the commissioning of our new industry leading Borehole Test Facility, which is also home to our bespoke intelligent logging R&D division Neopartners.


Student Networking


Avalon was also pleased to entertain a number of European Undergraduates in Geoscience and Engineering, who had the opportunity to be introduced at the stand to very senior ASL clients from the  Service/Oil company technical and operations divisions.

Soton Students EAGE 2014

ASL Geoscientist William Wills (center) with University of Southampton School of Ocean & Earth Science Undergraduates Michael Sims (left) and Tom Tubridy (right).