Exhibit, sponsor opportunities, too
Deadline Near for N.O. Abstracts
Wanting to submit an abstract for the next AAPG Annual Convention and
You’re running out of time.
The deadline for abstracts, accepted online through the AAPG Web site, is Sept.
The 2010 annual meeting will be held April 11-14 in New Orleans at the Ernest N.
Morial Convention Center. The theme is “Unmasking the Potential of Exploration and Production.”
Now is also the time for potential exhibitors and sponsors to move toward being
part of a meeting that promises to continue the momentum generated at the
recent highly successful AAPG meeting in Denver.
Exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities remain available.
Regarding the technical program, the topics that have been selected to explore
the meeting’s theme are:
- Technology and Techniques – 14 proposed specific sessions, ranging from reservoir modeling to innovative
interpretation and use of seismic data, evolving technologies and geophysical
- Sedimentation and Stratigraphy – 15 sessions.
- Resource Assessment – three sessions.
- Evolving Plays and Significant Discoveries – 11 sessions that cover the earth, plus sessions on Discovery Thinking and the
History of Petroleum Geology.
- Structural Geology: Styles and Processes – 10 sessions.
- Tectonics and Sedimentation – four sessions.
- The Gulf of Mexico: Regional to Local, Mesozoic to Recent – eight sessions.
- Unconventional Resources: Shales (Oil and Gas), Oil Sands, Gas Hydrates,
Uranium, Coal – eight sessions.
- Expanded Applications of Geosciences – five sessions.
- U.S. Energy – four sessions.
- Global Climate Change – three sessons, including the Global Climate Change Forum.
- Student Poster Sessions – two sessions, for both AAPG and SEPM students.
Details on all topics and sessions are available online at
But remember: Potential exhibitors and sponsors should start plans now on being
part of the excitement. And for members, the deadline for abstracts is Sept.