Other Society Events
The Home Counties North Geological Society Regional Group Launch Event
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 (Hatfield) and Wednesday, 1 May 2013 (Milton Keynes)
Newly reformed, the Home Counties North group covers north London, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire.
We aim to provide a friendly local focus for geology enthusiasts from all backgrounds, including academia, those working in the geoscience community or hobbyists. All ages very welcome. Our committee is enthusiastic about providing around six events a year which cover a broad range of subject matter in the form of both fieldtrip and talks. Our speakers will always be interesting and knowledgeable and we aim to assist younger members with their CPD. Initially, evening talks will generally be located around Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead and Milton Keynes however as the group develops we will aim to accommodate our members to the best of our ability.
We are proud to introduce our launch event, ‘A Stratigraphic Beer Tour’. The talk is given by Hugh Mallett of Buro Happold and provides a fascinating insight into how geology influences our favourite refreshment. Tasting samples will be provided. In order to gauge our demographic, this event will be hosted twice as detailed below. 7pm for 7:30pm start. Please confirm your attendance to ensure yourself a taster! Don’t forget to state which event you wish to attend.
For more infromation, please see the Home Counties website.
SPE 7th Annual Women in Energy Seminar
Thursday, 9 May 2013
100 Years and Beyond: Future Petroleum Science & Technology Drivers
23 - 24 September 2013
Imperial College, London
This 2-day meeting will celebrate 100 years of petroleum-related scienceand engineering education at Imperial College. With a list of distinguishedspeakers, we aim to mark this landmark achievement by looking forwardto the next 100 years, with emphasis on discussing key future drivers andrelated energy supply issues. The meeting will be wide-ranging, withpresentations covering global energy trends, future geoscience andengineering technologies, unconventional hydrocarbon resources, carbonsequestration and climate change.
For more information or to book this event, please click here to download an information leaflet
PESGB London Evening Lecture - Frequency Decomposition and colour blending of seismic data - More than an image, Dr Nick McArdle, (ffA, Aberdeen, UK) Please note this has changed to the first Tuesday of the month to ...
June 5 — June 7
A three day course held in Aberdeen
PESGB Aberdeen Evening Lecture
We are currently experiencing a power shortage at 9 Berkeley Street and have no power.
Posted on: May 21, 2013
Peter Elliott's review of the May London evening lecture “Dual-sensor streamer technology and its benefits in delineating and characterizing E&P assets: from theory to case studies examples”
Posted on: May 17, 2013
Your new card will be included in your May Newsletter
Posted on: April 30, 2013