RING Consortium

The RING Consortium welcomes companies, universities and research institutes who want to:

  • Advance the state of the art of subsurface modeling at basin and reservoir scales.
  • Contribute to research and technology in subsurface data and knowledge integration.
  • Support training of graduate students in geosciences and software development. 

Industrial sponsors can advise and impact the research performed by the RING Team during the Steering committee.

RING is currently funded by a worldwide consortium of universities and companies, including both international and national oil companies and service providers.

Companies (updated list January 2022)

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Universities (updated list January 2022)

The Consortium is administered by ASGA (Association scientifique pour la Géologie et ses Applications), a non-for-profit organization authorized for Crédit-Impôt Recherche tax (tax deduction under French law).

There are three levels of Consortium membership (Read more for details below):

  • Industrial members (Companies & organizations)
  • Restricted Industrial members (Companies with 30 or less employees)
  • Academic members (Universities and non-for-profit organizations)

  • Early access to RING research outputs
  • Access to Consortium governance
  • Meet a community of expert in Numerical Geology
  • Collaboration opportunities
  • Training and recruitment opportunities
  • Access to RING technologies (executable and source code of prototypes)