This two-day workshop aims at sharing knowledge and ideas on the advancements in subsurface mapping. This includes recent technologies in acquiring seismic and non seismic data, improvements in imaging the subsurface and advances in data interpretation. The entire oil & gas industry depends on seismic data interpretation, whether for exploration or production purposes, in building an understanding about the subsurface in terms of structure, depositional settings, depth etc. however, only recently a trend is observed in combing seismic and non seismic data to improve this understanding. This is especially helpful in regions of complicated geology, salt movements and other inclusions. The industry has also seen vast improvements in acquiring and processing seismic data in order to deliver a better subsurface image. Examples of these advancements: Broad Band seismic, WAZ acquisition, depth migration, multiple attenuations etc. With vast improvements in data quality, reservoir properties are more confidently extracted. Seismic inversions and attributes are heavily being used. This along with statistical modeling help build a better picture of the subsurface. Finally, when the data is in the hands of interpreters it is very important to utilize all available data, combine and assess the uncertainties in order to improve mapping of the subsurface targets. Therefore, the workshop will be an opportunity to combine the efforts of both geologists and geophysicist to better understand the subsurface and utilize the best technologies for subsurface mapping.