As the world’s need for energy continues to increase, it is important that geoscientists involved in exploration acquire the skills to equip themselves for the increasingly difficult search for both conventional and unconventional sources of energy. Our varied course program seeks to address this challenge and will be taught by distinguished lecturers from around the world. More than 25 short courses and field trips are planned.
Production is growing faster in the Rocky Mountain area than anywhere else in the United States, experts say. Not since the early 1980s has there been so much oil and gas activity, and Denver is reemerging as an energy epicenter. That means geoscientists are heading West — and you’ll want to do so as well for the AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition (ACE). The American Association of Petroleum Geologists and its Divisions, along with SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) and your host, the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, invite all energy industry professionals to attend this world-class event, 7–10 June 2009.
Because the Rockies are teeming with activity, the upstream E&P industry is booming and Denver is the place to be. These factors give the 2009 ACE potential to be one of the most successful AAPG conventions yet, with more exhibitors and attendees than ever before.
Come by and visit RPSEA at booth #2217.