ICE Networking Luncheon - Melbourne

Don’t miss your chance to come and network with colleagues as well as get the first look at exciting new technologies and services offered by the industry’s global exhibitors. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages while celebrating the opening of the 2017 International Conference and Exhibition in London.

Attendees are invited to break from technical sessions to enjoy downtime and complimentary refreshments as well as an opportunity to learn from the exhibitors about new trends and product offerings. Coffee and tea breaks will be served in the Exhibition Hall each morning, as well as Monday and Tuesday afternoon.

Discuss new knowledge from the day’s technical program with industry delegates or pay a social visit to an exhibitor for a giveaway item or sales meeting. This occasion offers a festive atmosphere to share in light snacks and local beverages while wrapping up your day and gathering industry colleagues or friends for a night out in London.

Women in Geosciences Forum

In association with AAPG PROWESS and SEG WNC Committee

Technically adept and business savvy leadership is critical for today’s geoscientist as technology is applied to new play concepts, development of existing fields and redevelopment of mature reservoirs.

The upcoming Women in Geosciences Forum is open to all interested guests who want to gain an understanding of current academic research and new technology within a business framework, and who want to learn how to effectively communicate ideas and lead multidisciplinary teams.

The forum will be held in connection with the 2017 AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in London, England, at the ExCel Convention Centre, Tuesday, 17 October, 6:00 p.m. local time. It will be moderated by Denise M. Cox, AAPG president-elect and president of Storm Energy, Ltd.

Panelists will include:

  • Pinar O. Yilmaz, advisor, external projects upstream, ExxonMobil.
  • Gretchen M. Gillis, geological consultant, Aramco Services Company.
  • Herlinde Mannaerts, director of geophysics, BP Exploration UK.
  • Katya Casey, managing director-geoscience, Actus Veritas Geoscience, LLC.
  • Stephanie N. Nwoko, senior geomodeler, Premier Oilfield Laboratories.

Following the panel discussion, plan to stay for the reception and network with geoscience researchers, petroleum technology experts and industry leaders to enrich your portfolio of connections.

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to be a part of this exciting and informative geoscience forum.

This must-attend, complimentary lunch is generously offered by the international exhibitors who serve the geosciences community. ICE is well known in the industry for bringing together service providers who deliver innovative products and technologies that support oil and gas company executives. Don’t miss this last opportunity to have lunch with the exhibitors and find out what you could learn that might change how your company responds to industry challenges in the coming years.