AAPG announces 4th quarter Wiki Write-off

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

AAPG is proud to announce the Inaugural Student Chapter Wiki Write-Off.
Be the first AAPG Student Chapter to win $500 and bragging rights at the next annual meeting.

Learn how you could be the first Wiki Write-Off Winner!
visit AAPG WIKI

2015 AAPG IBA registration commences

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

All,

The AAPG Africa Region IBA 2015 competition will take place among many teams from across Africa in Lagos, Nigeria. The winner will represent Africa at the Global IBA competition in Denver CO, USA May 29 – 31, 2015 at the annual AAPG Exhibition and Conference, for an opportunity to win up to $20,000 USD in scholarship funds for their university.

Registration for the IBA 2015 competition commenced today September 15, 2014 and will close on December 15, 2014. Only an accredited faculty member of the school may register a school for participation via the link below:

http://iba.aapg.org/interested.cfm

Pls. read the revised Rules and Operational Procedures available via the link below:

http://iba.aapg.org/documents/IBA-ROP-2014-15-Final-06.pdf

You may also follow the links below for more information about the IBA program:

http://iba.aapg.org/

http://iba.aapg.org/sectionsregions.cfm

You are free to share this e-mail with your contacts. I am available online via our 2014 IBA Africa Region IBA Competition Facebook page. Join the group and contribute to the success of this program!

Regards,

Adelola Adesida (PhD)
IBA Coordinator
AAPG Africa Region

AAPG Africa Region Leadership team

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Regional lecture with Terry Engelder Cairo, Egypt

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Marcellus Analogue for World Shale (Abstract)

2nd Africa Geoscience Student Conference 2014

Thursday, May 29, 2014

The 2nd African Geoscience Student Conference themed ‘Exploring the Depth & Breadth of the Geosciences’ was hosted by Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, KNUST located in Kumasi City, Ghana, and an enthusiastic team of Faculty Advisors, lecturers and students from KNUST and student participants from West Africa, worked together to organize an educative conference.

The conference featured various activities including keynote addresses, special session presentations by professionals, student technical presentations, the SEG Challenge Bowl competition and an evening networking event.
Good oral presentations were delivered by students on various geoscience topics including groundwater studies, geophysical investigations, sequence stratigraphy, rock physics, hydrocarbon prospects evaluation and geological modeling. The students demonstrated a good understanding of their subjects and were well prepared for their presentations. A total of twenty oral presentations were delivered by participating students

A field trip was organized to Lake Bosumtwi Impact Crater on the third day of the conference, while an evening networking reception was held in a student lounge at KNUST on Day 1 of the conference. The atmosphere was conducive for networking between professionals and students, with several students maximizing the opportunity.

The AGSC conference has been beneficial and stimulating to students. It has been helpful in giving them a focus in their academics & broadening their view on many issues, while helping to steer them unto the right geoscience career path.

AAPG Angola Chapter Holds First Seminar

Monday, May 5, 2014

AAPG Angola held her maiden seminar on 21st May 2014. This is the first of a series of seminars to be held by the chapter on a quarterly basis.

The event was facilitated by members of the Angola Chapter board headed by Antonio N Ingles of Chevron Angola. The speaker, Dr. Malcolm Francis of Schlumberger UK, presented a lecture on ‘Prospectivity of the Ultra-deep Lower Congo Basin’ to an audience of oil industry professionals & students at the AAA building in Luanda.

The seminar covered the distal end of the Congo Delta, where Sonangol and Schlumberger have worked together to understand the prospectivity of the area based on thousands of lines of 2D and & 3D seismic data.