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Featuring Dr. Jarrett Wise, research engineer for the USDA, and petroleum engineer Les Skinner, this webinar addresses contamination and risks prevention, regulatory compliance, and research trends around orphan well integrity.

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AAPG Event Kuwait City Al Ahmadi Kuwait 06 June, 2024 14 April, 2025 16 April, 2025 8:00 AM 11:59 PM 06 June, 2024
 
Kuwait City, Kuwait
6 June 2024 - 17 March 2025

You are invited to prepare a poster display for presentation. If you are interested in participating, please send a short abstract to  by 17 March 2025. All posters will be produced as pull-up banners and delivered by AAPG. There will not be any other format available for poster display.

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Fundamental and applied aspects of salt-influenced sedimentary basins from salt deposition to tectonics and dissolution. The ultimate goal of the Salt Basins TIG is to unite academia and industry, diversify our field (people and research topics), and to create a scientifically inclusive environment for leading experts in salt tectonics to collaborate and thrive.
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The purpose of the Committee is to preserve and promote the history and heritage of the evolution of geological concepts and technology used in the search for oil and gas worldwide, and the men and women who are responsible for this evolution. The committee endeavors to do this by: Facilitating presentations and posters at AAPG conferences. Soliciting and editing papers for publication in the AAPG Explorer and other publications. Facilitating the knowledge of and access to existing key publications. Building and fostering relationships with other key organizations, such as museums and societies, with a common vision. Posting information on our AAPG webpage to facilitate a greater knowledge and appreciation of our history and heritage. Coordinating and participating in the construction of special exhibits. Honoring mem and women who have made pioneering contributions to the concepts and technology of our profession. The goals of the committee are: For AAPG membership to gain a better appreciation of our personal, technical, and institutional heritage in order to have higher collective pride and self-esteem. For AAPG Members to better find petroleum in the future by having a better appreciation of how it has been found in the past. To strengthen the AAPG by attracting students and retaining young professionals by instilling in them a better appreciation of our history and heritage. To give other sectors of our industry and society in general a better understanding of the realities and challenges of exploring for petroleum.
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The Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) Committee's mission is to develop programs for AAPG annual, sectional, regional, and international meetings, as well as lectures, short courses, and publications that will demonstrate the current CO2 Sequestration studies and projects as they are related to environmental issues and problems; to present CO2 sequestration-related subject areas and skills that may be of interest to fellow AAPG geoscientists including:

  • Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Geological Media
  • Regional Assessment of CO2 Geological Sequestration Potential
  • Methodologies for Evaluation of Sites for Geologic Carbon Dioxide Sequestration
  • Experience and New Results from Current Geological Sequestration Projects
  • Modeling and Simulation of Carbon Dioxide Geological Sequestration
  • Monitoring Sequestration Performance
  • Economics and Regulatory Aspects of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration
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