Education Conference Starts Feb. 22 in Houston
There’s still time to sign-up for AAPG’s popular Winter Education Conference, which offers five days of quality geoscience training Feb. 22-26 at the Norris Conference Center in Houston.
Twelve practical courses will be taught by top industry experts and arranged in four concurrent sessions each day.
- Principles of Reservoir Characterization (taught by Jeffrey Yarus).
- Fundamentals of Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy (John Holbrook).
- Seismic Stratigraphy and Seismic Geomorphology (Henry Posamentier).
- Tight Gas Sands (Larry Meckel).
- Understanding Heterogeneity in U.S. Shale Plays (Rich Salter and Rick Lewis).
- Appraising and Developing Coalbed Methane Reservoirs (Creties Jenkins).
- Quantification of Geologic Risk in the Conventional and Unconventional Realm (Gary Citron and Mark McLane).
- “Old” (Pre-1958) Electric Logs: A Quick Review (George Asquith).
- Regional Stress and Reservoir Geomechanics (David Wiprut).
- Image Log Interpretation (Laird Thompson).
- Formation Evaluation of Thinly Bedded Reservoirs (Quinn Passey and Ken Dahlberg).
- Quick Guide to Carbonate Well Log Analysis (George Asquith).
As with past conferences, badges are transferrable for those who can’t attend the full week.
For more information and/or to download a registration form, go to http://www.aapg.org/education/wec.cfm, or
contact the AAPG Education Department