Hedberg Research Conferences

From time to time the AAPG Research Committee selects a topic for critical examination. They will invite scientists from various disciplines (geology, geophysics, reservoir engineering, etc.) to discuss state-of-the-art concepts, methodologies, case histories, and future directions relating to this subject. The conference are held in informal settings with a maximum of 80-100 attendees.

Banff Alberta Canada 28 September, 2014 01 October, 2014 8036
 
Banff, Alberta, Canada
28 September - 1 October 2014
An AAPG/SEPM Hedberg Research Conference

This conference will provide an opportunity for attendees to share knowledge and identify differences in depositional processes, define how variability affects play elements, and define differences in stratigraphic models and sedimentary concepts.

Austin Texas United States 07 December, 2014 11 December, 2014 10267
 
Austin, Texas, United States
7-11 December 2014
An AAPG/SEG/SPWLA Hedberg Research Conference

There is a constant and rapid evolution of hydraulic fracturing techniques; however there are important uncertainties remaining with respect to our understanding.  A current view in the industry is that 80% of the production comes from 20% of the fracs. If that is correct, considerable money is wasted by the industry. The purpose of this conference is to bring together geologists, engineers, geophysicists, petrophysicists and other geoscientists to address these issues and determine multidisciplinary solutions for the future.

Santa Barabara California United States 09 August, 2015 14 August, 2015 11906
 
Santa Barabara, California, United States
9-14 August 2015

The conference aims to bring together professionals from academia, government agencies and industry who are actively involved in pushing the technical limits and application of basin modeling.