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Data science and analytics are playing an increasingly important role in all aspects of energy exploration, production, and distribution. Welcome to an interview with Giewee Hammond, senior data scientist at Aramco, who talks to us today about the formative influences in her life, and the current trends and future possibilities in data science as they relate to energy.

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AAPG Event Calgary Alberta Canada 19 August, 2020 Emerging Technology, Machine Learning 8:00 AM 4:00 PM 02 March, 2020
 
Calgary, Canada
19 August 2020

Machine Learning is an increasingly important tool for geoscientists. This one-day workshop demonstrates the implementation of a tailored End-to-End Upstream E & P workflow solution using Machine Learning (ML). It is intended for basic to intermediate skill levels.

Designed to provide a baseline overview of ML, this hands-on workshop will focus on the generation of synthetic Gamma-Ray Logs by applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) Techniques.

The student will learn the various aspects of deploying this workflow in an end-to-end solution. The workshop is designed to provide an appreciation of what is possible through machine learning and to spur thought about how this evolving tool can be otherwise applied.

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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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According to the USGS, critical minerals are non-fuel minerals or mineral materials that are essential to the economic and national security of the United States, that has a supply chain vulnerable to disruption, and that serves an essential function in the manufacturing of a product, the absence of which would have significant consequences for the economy or national security. Most developed nations maintain a critical minerals list, including the US, Europe Union, Canada, and Australia, where in many cases they all share a common reliance on China for the raw materials necessary to support a thriving technology-driven 21st century economy. In particular, these include the minerals (elements) vital to aerospace/defense and energy storage technologies like rare earth elements, graphite, lithium, cobalt, and vanadium. Our committee is interested in the professional opportunities this emerging industry presents to our organization, specially those related to the rapidly growing green energy market.

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