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This year’s AAPG-SEG International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) is happening this month, Sept. 13-16 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

This issue of the EXPLORER includes coverage of several of the events and presentations being featured at ICE, but we’ve barely scratched the surface of what’s in store as thousands of the world’s best and brightest petroleum geologists and industry representatives converge in Melbourne.

This year’s theme is “A Powerhouse Emerges: Energy for the Next Fifty Years,” and the event boasts more than 600 technical presentations; nine field trips to once-in-a-lifetime locations with world-class geologic formations that are normally inaccessible to the public, but are made available to ICE participants; eight short courses; special sessions and forums; networking and social opportunities, as well as activities for students and YPs.

This year’s ICE is the first to be co-presented with the Society of Exploration Geophysicists. As a collaborative event by two of the world’s largest and most trusted scientific organizations, ICE 2015 will offer indispensable professional and scientific development opportunities and a wealth of information on ever-changing global developments and discoveries.

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