AAPG/SEG ICE London 2017

Date
2017-10-15 - 2017-10-18
Venue
Exhibitors
74
Floor Size
10400
Attendees
1300
Event contact title
Events Coordinator
Event contact first name
Amy
Event contact last name
Mahan
Email
amahan@aapg.org
Event contact telephone number
+1 918 560 2431
Description

SEG and AAPG, the recognized global leaders in the dissemination of high-quality geoscience data and information, bring their International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) to London, 15-18 October, 2017. The 4th edition in the joint series, AAPG/SEG ICE London will gather geologists, geophysicists and other petroleum industry professionals from 60+ countries to build their knowledge and skills, discover technology innovations and network with peers. If you want to become a leader and/or stay relevant in this constantly changing industry, you need access to the tools, content and contacts that will help you succeed. By participating in and supporting ICE, you’ll benefit from the Societies’ collective reach of more than 65,000 professional and student members worldwide, and align yourself with some of the most credible geosciences information available. It is this focus on science and community that unites the two societies in purpose and provides the cornerstone for both personal and business opportunities at the event. Bonus – 2017 marks AAPG’s 100th Anniversary Celebration. Special programming and recognitions will intensify the experience and create memories you won’t soon forget. Don’t miss the most important geosciences event next year.

Attendee information

Officer/Director, Manager/Supervisor/Foreman, Consultant, Staff Engineer/Scientist, Professor/Academician, Purchasing, University Students.

Exhibitor information

ICE London will deliver a multidisciplinary technical program featuring unmatched global, regional and local expertise, innovations and connections. Whether you're looking for a new market breakthroughs or face time with leading geosciences professionals, you can't afford to miss ICE London.

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