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Don't miss the opportunity to present at AAPG Asia Pacific Region's second Geosciences Technology Workshop, 13-14 September 2017, re-branded as a technical symposium to better focus on exploring the activity surrounding mature basins. Submit your abstract no later than 1 February 2016.
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Don't miss out on this discount for a full and interesting program investigating Myanmar's exciting evolution as an international exploration target.

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An exciting technical program has been announced for AAPG's second Geosciences Technology Workshop held in New Zealand. Register Now for Early Bird rate which ends 31 January, 2017

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A course on Data Room preparation will be made available to interested parties on 31 January 2017.  For more information, please contact Mr Herman Darman at herman_darman@yahoo.com.  AAPG members will receive a discount.

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Wonders ought to happen when an amalgam of knowledge and professionalism is being formed. The Crust aimed at producing them for the Industry. With an intention to boost the enthusiasm and curiosity of the students who are our future endeavors, we had paper presentations, poster presentations, quizzes, workshops on topics like Remote Sensing, Petrel by renowned professionals from the industry.

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Trapspot is a series of annual events conducted by AAPG University of Padjajaran (Unpad) Student Chapter. Activities include a national seminar, a poster contest, a conference and a fieldtrip to which we will welcome geociences students from several universities in Indonesia.

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In the evening of September 8th, the AAPG Curtin Student Chapter hosted Manager of Energy Geoscience, Ameed Ghori from the Western Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum for a technical talk on basins and petroleum systems modelling. He also discussed the future of the petroleum industry as part of the AAPG Visiting Geoscientist Program.

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Registration for the Influence of Volcanism and Associated Magmatic Processes on Petroleum Systems is now open. This GTW features an international list of participants, representing both industry and academia and is designed to examine how magmatic systems interfere with petroleum systems — and how to improve exploration efforts in areas where magmatic processes have resulted in complex geology.

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Books are something really precious and very meaningful for students. It can grow and expand our knowledge. The AAPG Publication Pipeline committee collects, does inventories, boxes, stores, and sends, free of charge to the recipients, donated geoscience periodicals and books to university libraries and other libraries overseas which are in need of them for use by the students, faculty, and researchers. Our university Diponegoro made a request to the AAPG Pipeline several months ago.

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This third joint technical conference promises a full and interesting program focusing on "Exciting Evolution: Myanmar's Petroleum Systems, Plays and Field Developments"

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Region Office Contacts

Adrienne Pereira Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific Region +65 96536728