GEO 2016: Early Bird Rate Ends Soon

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

GEO 2016 is the largest meeting place for the Middle East’s petroleum geoscience community. The early bird registration deadline ends on 7 February. Register for the conference today and save US$ 85. The parallel exhibition is free to attend. Visit geo2016.com to find of out more.

Show Highlights:
  • 130 exhibitors from 20 countries including NOCs, IOCs, suppliers, service providers & country pavilions
  • Over 200 technical presentations sharing knowledge, best practices & success stories
  • High level ministerial session with critical insight on this year's theme Today's Geoscience, Tomorrow's Energy
  • 5 industry panel sessions led by CEOs and Presidents discussing today's industry topics
  • 5 pre-event short courses offering career development & enhancement opportunities
  • 2 pre-event field trips delivering hands on insight into petroleum geology systems of the Middle East
  • DGS core workshop
  • Activities for young professionals & students mentoring the next generation of geoscience professionals
  • Networking events
  • and more…
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