Online offerings continue to expand.  Sign up for our e-symposium series courses, our 4-week online certificate courses, and our full 16-week courses!  Don’t miss our high-value  e-Symposiums—each symposium includes one hour of professional instruction and one day of independent study, with value pricing for members ($75) and optional CEU credits ($100). Missed an earlier symposium? Archived materials and presentations also available.

Fluvial Stratigraphy (Oct. 22):  Dr. John Holbrook, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

Thermal Maturation (Oct. 29): Prasanta Mukhopadhyay, Global Geoenergy Research, Halifax, NS

GIS in the Field (Nov. 5):  Glenn Vlass, CartoPac Solutions, Fort Collins, CO

Carbon Sequestration (Nov. 19):  Dr. David Harris, Kentucky Geological Survey, and University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Materials also available for past symposiums:

Wind Farm Operations: Current Practices & Future Trends

3-D Seismic Profiles of Shale Plays

The Many Faces of GIS: Oil and Gas Applications, New Directions, Careers

How Tight Is Your Gas? Thermal Profiling for Unconventional Oil & Gas

Geothermal Energy in the Oil Field: Development & Opportunities

  • Certificate in Renewable EnergySign up now for our upcoming five-part series on renewable energy. Learn the basic science behind renewable energy sources and develop techniques for integrating renewable and traditional sources of energy and fuel. Each course includes four weeks of online instructions from your chosen location and will provide the equivalent of three credit hours of class for a great price—$795 per individual course, or $695 per course if you sign up for all five (value pricing for members). Participants who complete all five courses will receive a Certificate in Renewable Energy.

Courses available in:

Wind Energy Basics

Solar Energy Basics

Geothermal Energy Basics

Biomass Energy Basics

Integrating Renewable & Non-Renewable Energy

Classes begin in September 2009, so sign up today! [insert website sign-up page link]

Reservoir Characterization (Roger Slatt)

Technical Writing

More coming soon!

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