We’ll give away 5 free registrations for e-symposia if you let us know which events appeal to you and why. Just email us at educate@aapg.org after you’ve taken a look at our offerings and have clicked on the links.  It’s a long list, and we value your input. So — we’ll reward you with a free e-symposium to five lucky ones who email us and whose names are drawn.
Here’s a list of most of Education’s courses, GTWs, field seminars, and e-symposia from now until January.  Take a look and let us know to win!

Take a Comprehensive Fractures Course and Drill / Produce Better Wells
Short Course – Fractured Reservoirs: From Geologic Concepts To Reservoir Models – course plus field trip
September 9 – 13, 2013
Casper, WY

Learn How Production Stats and Decline Curves Help You Understand Your Play
E-Symposium – Production Geology
September 10, 2013

Tie Outcrops to Sequence Stratigraphy and Improve Your Models Now
Field Seminar – Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphic Response of Paralic Deposits to Changes in Accommodation: Predicting Reservoir Architecture, Book Cliffs, Utah
September 19 – 26, 2013

Learn Why China’s Shale Potential Has Created So Much Buzz and Which Global Analogs and Technologies Unlock the Puzzle
Conference – Fine-Grained Sedimentary Systems JOINT CONFERENCE
September 22 – 28, 2013

Improve Shale Gas Pressure Predictions: How to Use Often Overlooked Data Sets
E-Symposium – Overpressure in Shale Gas – When Geochemistry and Engineering Data Meet and Agree
September 26, 2013

Reserve Your Place for Carbonate Outcrops that Help You Model and Drill Complex Reservoirs
Field Symposium – Complex Carbonate Reservoirs: Sedimentation and Tectonic Processes – The Impact of Facies and Fractures on Reservoir Performance
September 28 – October 4, 2013

AAPG Fall Education Conference
October 14 – 18, 2013
Entire suite of courses – mix and match!
Houston, Texas

Create Pressure Predictions for Safer Drilling, Better Understanding of Reservoir Pressures / Drives
Geopressure Predictions and Exploration Risk
Selim Shaker, Geopressure Analysis Services (G.A.S.), Houston, TX

Apply Geomechanics to Horizontal Completions for Enhanced Productivity
Horizontal Well Stimulations in Tight & Unconventional Formations
Larry K. Britt, Britt Rock Mechanics Laboratory, Grove, OK

New Geochemical Tools For Better Geosteering and Reservoir Characterization
Fundamentals of Chemostratigraphic Characterization and Correlation Using Bulk Elemental Data: Focus on Utilization in Horizontal Wells
Milly Wright, Chemostrat Inc., Houston, TX

Use the Latest Fracture “Best Practices” for Conventional and Unconventional Wells
Evaluating Well Performance and Determining “Best Practices” for Conventional and Unconventional Reservoir Fracture Treatments
Bob Barba, Integrated Energy Services, Inc., Austin, TX

Apply New Technology to Fine-Tune Your Maps, Pinpoint Reservoir Changes
Hand-Held XRF Strategies Applied To Stratigraphic and Paleoenvironmental Interpretations
Milly Wright, Chemostrat Inc., Houston, TX

Success with Logging High Angle / Horizontal Wells
Logging High Angle/Horizontal Wells
Dale E. Fitz, ExxonMobil Exploration Co., Houston, TX

Improve Your Horizontal Well Drilling Stats
Honing the Zone…or Just Drill It! The Trade-Offs in Drilling the “Perfect” Horizontal Well
K.C. Oren, Horizontal Solutions International (HSI), Frisco, CO

Key Connections between Drilling & Reservoir Engineering and Geology
Improving Oil Recovery? Start with the Geology
Iraj Ershaghi, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Equip Yourself with the Best Tools for Great Assessment & Decision-making
Tools and Techniques for Unconventional Assessment and Decision-Making
Bill Haskett and Patrick Leach, Decision Strategies Inc., Houston, TX

Pull All the Information Possible from Logs in Shales
Log Analysis of Shaly Sandstones
George B. Asquith, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Reservoir Fluids in Shales: What Logs Can Tell You Now
Log Analysis of Hydrocarbon-Bearing “Shale” Reservoirs
George B. Asquith, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

How to Derive Geomechanical Information from Petrophysical Logs
Geomechanical Data from Petrophysical Logs
October 24, 2013

Let World-Renowned Reserves Experts Inform You: Latest Technologies, Guidelines, Techniques, and Regulations
DPA/AAPG Reserves Forum: Evaluating the Prize
October 31, 2013 -  Houston

Reserves Short Course
Short Course – November 1, 2013 – Houston

Better Ways to Identify Productive Zones, Predict Flow, and Extend Plays in Liquids-Rich Unconventionals
GTW – Hydrocarbon Charge Considerations in Liquids-Rich Unconventional Petroleum Systems
November  3 – 5, 2013
Vancouver, BC Canada

Learn What Salt Does to Your Play: Offshore and Onshore
Short Course – Practical Salt Tectonics
November 4 – 7, 2013
Norris Conference Center, City Center location, Houston, TX

Use Seismic to Estimate Recoverable Reserves
E-Symposium – From Qualitative to Quantitative Interpretation: Fluid Prediction in West African Turbidites Combining Geology and Pre-Stack Inversion Attributes
November 7, 2013

Understand “Make or Break” Reservoir Quality Determinants
GTW-Revisiting Reservoir Quality Issues in Unconventional and Conventional Resources: Techniques, Technologies and Case Studies
November 12 – 13, 2013
Norris Conference Center, Austin, Texas

Caribbean Deepwater Frontiers & Latin America: Poised for Breakthrough & What It Means for You
GTW- Deep Horizon and Deepwater Frontier Exploration in Latin America and the Caribbean
December 8 – 10, 2013
Trinidad & Tobago

Learn How, Where, and Why Deepwater Breakthroughs Are Happening
GTW Fifth Annual AAPG-SPE Deepwater Reservoirs Geosciences Technology Workshop
January 28 – 29, 2014
Houston, Texas Norris Conference Center – CityCentre

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