Events

The British Sedimentological Research Group (BSRG) Annual General Meeting will be hosted by Newcastle University. Deadlines for submissions and registrations are to be confirmed, but more information can found on their website.
NACE (the National Association of Corrosion Engineers), will hold their annual conference and exhibition in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, in April 2018. For more information, please see the NACE website.
The Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) 2018 will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. The call for abstracts closes on the 12 October 2017 – more information can be found here.
The Petroleum Group of the Geological Society will be hosting this event. The objective of the conference is to enhance technical understanding of the status of key plays in this geologically complex region. In recent years the Eastern Mediterranean region has witnessed growing interest from international energy companies. Substantial gas reserves have been found in…
Out of adversity comes opportunity. A significant change is required in the North Sea petroleum industry to keep it profitable and growing, and geoscience has the opportunity to lead the way in delivering this change. New plays, fields, technologies and alliances are required in order to increase recovery and reduce the cost of delivering hydrocarbons….
PETEX 2018, run by PESGB, will be held in London, in November 2018. More information about the event to follow over the coming year.

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DUG (DownUnder Geosolutions) will be visiting the School of Earth and Environment to provide an overview of working for DUG and insight into their recruitment process. This talk is primarily aimed at students on our MSc Exploration Geophysics and MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics, but other SEE undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to attend.
Geoscience recruiting advisors from ExxonMobil will be visiting the School of Earth and Environment to conduct interviews with selected applicants over a two-day period. Selected applicants will be contacted directly with the date, time and venue for the interviews. Please see flyers around the School of Earth and Environment for more information. Students on MSc…
The Petroleum Group of the Geological Society will be hosting this event. Comparisons, Contrasts and Collaborations – Can additional high value barrels be discovered through improved collaboration between UK and Norway? The objective of the conference is to enhance technical understanding of the status of key plays on each side of the border, to establish…
The Leeds AAPG Student Chapter will be hosting Nick Shaw, Visiting Lecturer, who will give a talk titled “Geological insights and working life experiences from working 37 years with Shell”. All are welcome to attend.
The Geological Society Edinburgh Career and Industry Day is an essential meeting place for geoscience students and the geoscience industry. The day will include short career and industry presentations covering different areas of geology and academia. There will be an exhibition consisting of industry and professional bodies, and higher education institutions promoting MSc and PhD…
Shearwater will be visiting the School of Earth and Environment to provide an overview of working for Shearwater and insight into their recruitment process. This talk is primarily aimed at students on our MSc Exploration Geophysics and MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics, but other SEE undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to attend.
Cost Effective and Integrated Fault Seal Analysis Faults are a key component of heterogeneity in reservoirs. They can trap/seal hydrocarbons or be barriers/baffles to fluid flow in a producing field. Whether or not they seal or act as a barrier to fluid flow is crucial in every part of the petroleum value chain – from…
Apache will be visiting the School of Earth and Environment to provide an overview of working for Apache and insight into their recruitment process. This talk is primarily aimed at students on our MSc Exploration Geophysics and MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics, but other SEE undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to attend.
The Geological Society Nottingham Career and Industry Day is an essential meeting place for geoscience students and the geoscience industry. The day will include short career and industry presentations covering different areas of geology and academia. There will be an exhibition consisting of industry and professional bodies, and higher education institutions promoting MSc and PhD…
Shell will be visiting the School of Earth and Environment to provide an overview of working for Shell and insight into their recruitment process. This talk is primarily aimed at students on our MSc Exploration Geophysics and MSc Structural Geology with Geophysics, but other SEE undergraduate and postgraduate students are welcome to attend.