Head to Canada for the AAPG 2010 International Conference & Exhibition (ICE) 12-15 September in Calgary, where advances in unconventional resource recovery are driving exploration & production.
Calgary is situated in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin where for the last 80 years conventional oil and gas reserves built Canada’s energy storehouse. Today, one of the unconventional resources, oil sands, found in provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, contains the largest known reserve of bitumen in the world – an estimated 1.7 to 2.5 trillion barrels. About 10% of this is estimated to be recoverable with current technology.
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists, with the AAPG Canada Region as host, invites you to be a part of the unconventional thinking that will drive the world’s energy future by participating in ICE.
The dynamic exhibition floor is complemented by a comprehensive technical program that attracts the innovators and decision-makers in petroleum geosciences and related industry worldwide.
Are you ready to saddle up for the ride?