Sept 22-26 | 41st Annual Eastern Section AAPG Meeting | Cleveland, Ohio

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The Ohio Geological Society presents the 41st Annual Meeting of the Eastern Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, as it returns to Cleveland in 2012, where in 1972 the Section met for the first time.

The Eastern Section covers four major basins, some of the oldest and most drilled in the United States, yet still new discoveries and activity abound.

The eventwill continue a tradition of open and informative technical sessions and networking opportunities. Meet the Geoscientists who are working toward a better understanding of the Appalachian, Michigan, Illinois, and Black Warrior Basins at the meeting “Classic Rocks, 153 Years of Performance”.
 

Join us in booth #17!

 


Speaker

 

Organizer Ohio Geological Society
The Ohio Geological Society, formed in 1961, is a non-profit organization dedicated to advance the science of geology as it relates to petroleum, natural gas and associated liquids, ground water, coal, oil shales, and other natural resources. The Ohio Geological Society is an affiliate society of The American Association of ...

The Ohio Geological Society, formed in 1961, is a non-profit organization dedicated to advance the science of geology as it relates to petroleum, natural gas and associated liquids, ground water, coal, oil shales, and other natural resources. The Ohio Geological Society is an affiliate society of The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Eastern Section of the AAPG.

Full Description

When?

Sun, Sep. 23 - Wed, Sep. 26, 2012
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

The Renaissance Cleveland Hotel
24 Public Square
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
USA