AAPG 2018 Annual Convention & Exhibition

Last Chance to Submit for ACE 2018 Salt Lake City

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

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This is your last chance to guide the future of our geoscience industry. Submit your abstracts for the ACE 2018 Technical Program by 12 October at midnight. The Program Committee encourages abstracts with direct application to the industry. In particular, abstracts that deal with the hottest, most relevant play areas, both domestic and international, are most desirable.

Salt Lake City is the ideal location to combine fundamental geology with emerging innovation as it boast some of the most extraordinary rocks in the world. Come investigate all Utah has to offer while sharing your knowledge, insights, and innovations.

Submission Deadline: 12 October 2017
Themes:
  • Theme 1: Siliciclastics
  • Theme 2: Carbonates and Evaporites
  • Theme 3: Unconventional Resources
  • Theme 4: Geochemistry, Basin Modeling, and Petroleum Systems
  • Theme 5: Structure, Tectonics, and Geomechanics
  • Theme 6: Geophysics
  • Theme 7: Lacustrine Systems
  • Theme 8: Energy and Environment
  • Theme 9: Energy Innovation
  • Theme 10: SEPM Research Symposium
  • Theme 11: Student Research Poster Sessions
  • Special Session: History of Petroleum Geology

For more information please contact:

Terri Duncan
Technical Programs Coordinator
Tel: +1 918 560 2641

Rachel Piotraschke
Technical Programs Coordinator
Tel: +1 918 560 2631

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