Online registration is available for this year’s AAPG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) – and the final deadline for registration discounts is coming fast.
Registering on or before Sept. 21 results in savings from onsite prices – in some cases of more than $100.
This year’s conference will be held Oct. 23-26 in Milan, Italy.
Also available online are housing details and complete information on this year’s technical program, which is built on the theme “Following Da Vinci’s Footsteps to Future Energy Resources: Innovations From Outcrops to Assets.”
ICE also will feature a large exhibition hall, featuring the latest in technologies, produces and services for geosciences.
General chair Jonathan Craig said the meeting will celebrate and aspire to the creative vision and spirit of innovation historically associated with Milan and the region – and the technical program is specifically designed for international audiences.
Technical program co-chair Pablo Flores, for example, pointed specifically to a session on Europe, North Africa and the Balkans that will feature the fields and petroleum systems of the Italian Peninsula, Sicily and the Adriatic Sea as being “particularly relevant” for European petroleum geology.
Flores also noted the papers on the Levant Basin, one of the Region’s current hot areas of exploration, as well as a number of presentations dealing with unconventional resources.
Other “highly anticipated presentations,” according to Flores and co-chair Keith Gerdes, include:
To register or for more ICE details go online to aapg.org/milan2011.