AAPG and the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation between the two associations and further agreeing to develop a series of joint workshops.
The agreement lays the groundwork for annual technical workshops to be developed in Europe beginning in late 2013, with organizing responsibilities alternating between EAGE and AAPG.
“Expanding the cooperation between our two associations will provide significant benefit to our members as we work together to advance the geosciences,” said Stuart Harker, AAPG vice president-Regions.
The agreement was signed at the EAGE annual meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, in early June.
Signing the document were Harker and AAPG Executive Director David Curtiss for AAPG; signing for EAGE were John Underhill, EAGE president, and EAGE Executive Director Anton van Gerwen.