2018 AAPG Southwest Section Annual Convention: April 7-10 | El Paso, Texas

Submit your abstracts by March 1, 2018

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Don't miss your chance to be a part of "Expanding Horizons" in petroleum geology of Texas, southeastern New Mexico, southern Mid-Continent, Mexico, and frontier exploration areas. View the abstract guidelines for additional information and by March 1, 2018.

Log Analysis of Unconventional Reservoirs:
  • Short Course | Saturday, April 7
  • Convention registration is required to participate.
  • Register by March 1.
  • Course materials are free, however there is a $35 charge for refreshments and lunch. Participants should bring a laptop.
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Explore the Montoya Group with Mike Pope
  • Field Trip | Saturday, April 8
  • Convention registration is required to participate.
  • Register by March 1.
  • A $150 fee is charged for the field trip, which includes snacks, beverages and lunch.

Visit the 2018 AAPG Southwest Section Annual Convention website for more information.

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