North America GTW
Deepwater Reservoirs: Multi-Disciplinary Exploration and Development
24-25 January 2012 | Houston, Texas
You have seen many changes in the last year in deepwater exploration and development, with new activity in offshore Gulf of Mexico, subsalt Brazil, west Africa, Mozambique, as well as in the Mediterranean and in Asia-Pacific regions. AAPG is bringing together industry-recognized experts in geology, hydrogeology, geophysics and engineering to share knowledge and experience about interdisciplinary methods to achieve more profitable, repeatable results in deepwater offshore exploration and production.
This two-day workshop is ideal for geoscientists and engineers who are actively involved in deepwater exploration, development, and technical studies. The goals of this third annual Deepwater GTW include providing a forum that showcases integrated studies of deepwater reservoirs, affording ample opportunity for dialogue and lively group discussions, and facilitating multi-disciplinary innovation in these challenging environments. We hope to evaluate "lessons learned" and new technologies as they apply to multiple regions around the world.
Program - Confirmed presenters
Online registration closed. Onsite registration only available.
Fee includes workshop admission, program booklet including presentation abstracts, workshop participant contact list, Icebreaker Cocktail Reception, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 4 coffee breaks, final summary report and Certificate of Completion
No Refund for Cancellations after December 27, 2011
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