Early Registration Means
Big Savings for Athens
The Acropolis is just one of the attractions that Athens holds for those attending the AAPG-AAPG European Region Energy Conference and Exhibition.
If you’re planning to attend the AAPG European Region Energy Conference and Exhibition in Athens, Greece, there are hundreds of reasons why now would be a good time to register.
Register by Sept. 19 and you could save up to $275 off the registration fee.
Athens 2007, the first joint venture meeting between AAPG and the AAPG European Region, will be held Nov. 18-21 at the Megaron International Conference Centre.
The meeting’s theme is “Challenge Our Myths,” which will include three main areas: Regional, Technical and a Management Forum on “Energy Supply and Demand Perspective on Current Dynamics.”
The entire technical program will offer 348 technical presentations – 228 oral papers in five concurrent sessions and 120 full-day posters.
Some of the technical program highlights include:
- A session on “Untraditional Theories and Ideas in Global and Large Scale Geology,” which will examine the basis for the concept of subduction zones.
- Updates on recent exploration and production within key petroleum regions in the Mediterranean, North Africa, Middle East, Caspian, Black Sea, Russia, North Sea, Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea.
- Updates on carbonate and clastic reservoirs, structural geology, heavy oil, unconventional resources and resource estimation.
- A look at the energy supply and demand picture.
- Greece’s multi-dimensional history and culture will provide the setting for a number of social activities, including visits to:
- Classical and historical locations in and around Athens – including the Acropolis and Agora.
- Archaeological and Byzantium museums.
- High-tech displays at the Hellenic Centre, planetarium and Olympic Complex Centre.
- Nearby islands of Aigina and Spetses.
- Vineyards and wineries in Attica.
Remember, registration and other meeting details are available online at www.aapg.org/athens.
And remember to register by Sept. 19 to save a lot of money.