AAPG’s Imperial Barrel Award Program (IBA) is an annual prospective basin evaluation competition for geoscience graduate students from universities around the world. University teams compete to win scholarship funds for their geoscience department and the international recognition that comes from competing or winning in the competition. The program is rigorous and contributes to AAPG’s mission of promoting petroleum geoscience training and advancing the careers of geoscience students. The judges will select the winning team based on the technical quality, clarity and originality of presentation.
SEG GEOPHYSICS FIELD CAMP IN SOUTHERN ITALY 2021: “ACTIVE FAULTS”. The camp will be held in the so-called Mefite d’Ansanto (Rocca San Felice, AV). This site represents a premier target for high-resolution geophysical investigation, located in the Campanian-Lucanian Apennines at the northern termination of one of the faults ruptured during the 1980, M6.9, Irpinia earthquake.
EAGE Self-paced courses are offered on Learning Geoscience platform and include pre-recorded video lectures and quizzes that you can complete with your own schedule over a set period. A certificate of attendance will be available upon completion of all course requirements.
The Sixth International Conference on Fault and Top Seals will take place 26-28 September 2022 in Vienna, Austria.
Describing the properties of fault and top seals has been in the focus of different industries and applications. Not only do traditional methods of assessing fault and top seals remain crucial for exploration and production of petroleum reservoirs…
The Third EAGE Workshop on Marine Acquisition presents another opportunity to present and discuss the latest developments in marine acquisition technology and its applications. Recently, major global disruptions as well as the energy transition have forced both companies and individuals to rethink their strategies and the corresponding technology demand.
The EAGE-SEG Italian Section recommends our subscribers not to lose this opportunity! Let’s visit the International School on Inverse Problems in Geophysics on the shore of the Lario Lake.