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You are invited to prepare a poster display for presentation at the workshops coming up this spring. If you are interested in participating, please along with the poster artwork (in JPEG or PDF high resolution format).

All posters will be produced as pull-up banners and delivered by AAPG. There will not be any other format available for poster displays. Please ensure that the poster artwork measurements are 85 cm (width) x 165 cm (height).

Structural Styles in the Middle East

8-10 May 2017 | Muscat, Oman

Call for Posters Ends: 6 April 2017

This workshop aims to provide a state of the art review of the contrasted structural styles of the Middle East. Based on this review, a focus should be dedicated to the implications of these regional styles and structural evolutions on the region’s economical prospectivity in terms of hydrocarbon resources. Among others, the specific challenges occurring during the exploration and production of these resources should be tackled. Click here to learn more.

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Siliciclastic Reservoirs of the Middle East

15-16 May 2017 | Amman, Jordan

Call for Posters Ends: 13 April 2017

This two-day workshop will be dedicated to knowledge sharing, exchanging ideas, and workflows pertaining to exploration and development of siliciclastic reservoirs in the Middle East region. The workshop will focus on case studies involving field and outcrop scale reservoir characterization as well as regional depositional models and their sequence stratigraphic frameworks. Click here to learn more.

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