AAPG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE)

Numbers Don't Lie, ICE Cape Town is a Proven Success

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
ICE 2018 Has the Expertise and Information to Help You Succeed!

For 30 years, ICE has provided a platform for formulating solutions to the key challenges facing the energy industry, and this year's ICE is no different.

► 235+ Poster Presentations
► 200+ Oral Presentations
► 12 Themes
► 10 Field Trips
► 7 Short Courses
► 4 Special Sessions
► 2 Panel Sessions
► 2 Plenary Sessions

Last Time in Cape Town

The 2008 ICE Cape Town was a resounding success with more than 1,950 participants, 70-plus technical sessions, short courses, special forums, featured luncheon speakers, and outstanding geologic and cultural field trips showcasing the best of African geology and culture.

ICE 2018 Cape Town looks to push the boundaries and deliver a diverse program highlighting oral and poster presentations focused around 12 core themes:

► History of Petroleum E&P in Africa
► Petroleum Systems, Basin Modeling, and Rise
► Unconventional Resources
► Exploration and Production in Mature Basins
► New and Emerging Exploration Basins
► Deep-water Exploration and Production
► Conventional Reservoirs
► Tectonics, Basins, and Trap Formation
► Integration of Geophysics with Geology
► Deriving Value from the Integration of Geoscience
► Innovation and Technology
► Business and Regulatory Environment

Here are some of the exciting events you'll experience.

FORUMS AND SPECIAL SESSIONS

FIELD TRIPS/DAY TRIPS

SHORT COURSES

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