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HiSeis's Seismic Celebration: a Curtin success story

HiSeis is celebrating its most successful year of operation and the launch of a The Eastern Goldfields Multi-client Seismic Study at The Hive on Wednesday 23 August 2017, and you are invited to celebrate with them.

Guest speakers include:

  • Hon. Bill Johnson, Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Commerce and Industrial Relations; Electoral Affairs; and Asian Engagement
  • Professor Deborah Terry AO, Vice-Chancellor, Curtin University
  • Mr Bill Beament, WA School of Mines alumnus and Executive Chairman of Northern Star Resources

The speakers will discuss the importance of technology and collaboration to maximise the potential of the exploration geophysics industry, and Curtin's innovative approach to technology development and commercialisation. They'll also highlight the opportunity for new discoveries in the Eastern Goldfields below the well explored top 250m, and the role seismic will play in discovery.

Please join us to hear the story and witness the power of HiSeis's 3D seismic data over a WA operating mine in the HIVE, Curtin's State-of-the-Art 3D visualisation facility.

Event details

DATE Wednesday 23 August 2017

The Hive, John Curtin Gallery
Curtin University
Kent Street, Bentley WA 6102

TIME 3.30pm - 6pm
RSVP By Monday 21 August 2017
Space in The Hive is limited, so early response is recommended.


Register now

About HiSeis

HiSeis Pty Ltd was established to commercialise technology developed in the Western Australian School of Mines, Department of Exploration Geophysics at Curtin University. The technology arose from a State Centre of Excellence supported by the State Government of Western Australia.

About the multi-client survey

The multi-client seismic program in the Eastern Goldfields will open up the tremendous potential for new discoveries at depths below the well explored top 250m.

The multi-client seismic business model, new to the minerals market, is well established in the oil and gas market. The Eastern Goldfields Multi-client Seismic Project elegantly 'rounds the circle' which started with Curtin researchers adapting the seismic technology from the oil and gas industry over a decade ago. Reducing the cost and increasing the accessibility of seismic data is a key element in the multi-client data model.

About visualisation of 3D seismic data

The resolution and detail in a 3D seismic data cube is even more impressive when viewed in 3D at the Hive. Walk into 30 cubic kilometres of rock around an operating Western Australian Mine!