Looking for a way to put $200 in your pocket?
Register before Feb. 12 for the AAPG Annual Convention in San Antonio and you’ll save up to $200 off the regular registration fee.
Registering is as easy as going to the AAPG Web site, where you can register online in a matter of minutes. Once you complete your registration you can go directly to the housing site to make a hotel registration.
Not sure if you’re attending the meeting, you say?
Cancellations and refunds are available through March 20. In other words – you have little to lose by registering now.
This year’s convention will be held April 20-23 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
The meeting’s theme is “Deliver the Conventional; Pursue the Unconventional,” which will be covered by 100-plus technical sessions, nine special forums, 25-plus field trips and short courses, a variety of luncheons and career-building opportunities.
This year’s Michel T. Halbouty Lecture will be “Distinguishing Successful Wildcatters: How Your Company Can Be Among the Best,” presented by legendary oilman Ray L. Hunt.
Complementing the technical program will be an exhibition hall filled with more than 200 companies who will have on display the latest in technology and information.
And adding to the excitement of this year’s meeting will be San Antonio’s famous “Fiesta” celebration, which will be going on during the AAPG meeting and promises to turn the entire city into a colorful celebration.
Complete information can be found in the official announcement that was mailed with the January EXPLORER.
So even if April seems far off (it’s really not!), don’t put off registering until the last minute. Sign up by Feb. 12 and save up to $300.
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