Call for Papers Issued for ICE 2010; Deadline Feb. 4
The call for papers has been issued for this year’s AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, set Sept. 12-15 in Calgary,
The meeting theme is “Frontiers of Unconventional Thinking: Saddle Up for the Ride.”
Proposed meeting themes include:
- Sedimentology – Depositional Models for High Latitude Systems.
- Circum-Arctic Tectonics and Basin Formation – Arctic Basin Tectonics, Deepwater and Ultra-deepwater Arctic Basins, UNLOS
- Mixed Carbonate/Evaporite Successions – Depositional Models and Reservoirs.
- Petroleum Systems – Source Rock, Migration, Trap, Seals.
- Geophysics – Advances in Harsh Environment Acquisition and Processing, Advancements on
Seismic Acquisition on Ice, Under Basalts.
- Rift to Drift, Passive Margin, Transition Tectonics – Source Rocks, Reservoirs, Migration from Rift to Drift.
- Exotic Reservoirs of the World – What Produces Where in the World? Chalks, Cherts, Phosphates, Granites,
- Reservoir Management: From Discovery to Abandonment – Geological and Reservoir Modeling, Second, Tertiary Recovery, Multidisciplinary
Teams of Professionals.
- Risk Analysis and Assessment – Oil Sands, Shales and Tight Sands.
- Environmental – Environmental Concerns of Unconventional Development.
- North American Unconventional Oil – Oil Sands, Tight Oil Sands and Carbonates, Oil Shale, Heavy Oil.
- North American Unconventional Gas – Coal Bed Methane, Tight Gas Sands and Carbonates, Shale Gas.
- International Unconventional Oil – Oil Shales, Tight Oil Reservoirs.
- International Unconventional Gas – Coal Bed Methane, Shale Gas.
- Geoscience Investigations and Petroleum Search Beyond Traditional Exploration
- Unconventional Resources – Oil Shales, Gas Shales, Tight Sand Reservoirs, Oil Sands and Heavy Oil.
- Frontier Reservoirs – Arctic and Deepwater Discoveries, High Porosity and Permeability in Giant
A copy of the call for abstracts is available and abstracts can be submitted
online at www.aapg.org/calgary.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is Feb. 4.