Have you registered yet for 3P Arctic: The Polar Petroleum Potential Conference and Exhibition, 30th August – 2 September 2011 in Halifax, NS, Canada? Early-bird pricing ends 28 July (that’s just two weeks away), so register now and save $100.

The is the second time for 3P Arctic to be held. The best description of what to expect at 3P Arctic comes from General Chair Sergey Drachev and Vice Chair Erik Lundin:

“The first 3P event in Moscow in 2009, made a fabulous start to the advancement of Arctic exploration understanding. The meeting attracted great interest from industry and academia, who by sharing modern data and up-to-date geoscientific and exploration knowledge, prepared industry for taking on the economic and technological challenges in this demanding icy region.

“Attendees were drawn from many Arctic and adjacent countries, and the universal language was science. The open sharing of knowledge and understanding, networking, and development of friendships was the foundation of a highly successful event. The upcoming 3P in Halifax will build on this success.

“3P Arctic 2011 will be held at the Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre (WTCC), an exhibition and conference facility in downtown Halifax. Our field trips, oral sessions, and poster presentations will all be focused on Arctic geoscience and engineering technologies. In addition to the technical program featuring more than 150 oral and poster presentations, there will be an exhibition dedicated to companies working the Arctic. Join leading Arctic research scientists and explorationists for the unique 3P Arctic event in Halifax.”

You can read their entire welcome letter on the 3P Arctic website. You’ll also the technical program listings and descriptions of the 3 field trips online.

In addition to the impressive technical program lineup, you’ll also find a lively Exhibition Hall and networking events with a Canadian flair at 3P Arctic so come and see what it’s all about.

See you in Halifax!

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