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April 6-9: AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition in Houston Texas

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aapg3One of the great things about being in the oil and gas capital of the world is that eventually everyone comes our way.  This will be the case again in April when the AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) comes to the George R. Brown Convention Center, literally right around the corner from our 1517 San Jacinto location downtown   The event will be held April 6-9.

AAPG is now nearly 100 years old, having been founded back in 1917.  It’s the world’s largest organization for professional geologists with more than 34,000 members.  But the association isn't just for geologists.  Members include geophysicists, managers, CEOs, consultants, academics, even students.

The AAPG annual convention on average attracts nearly 7000 attendees from all over the world.  The technical program provided at the event draws professionals from 78 countries and is international in its appeal.  Keep an eye out for the AAPG Global Gateway and International Pavillion.  This is the hot spot, where professionals from both sides of the industry, exploration and investment, gather together.

For more information on the 2014 AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition, please visit their website at AAPG.org.  For a list of upcoming conferences, workshops, and education events, please check out their meetings page on their site.

And keep an eye out for our booth, as well.  We will be in booth # 1254.  Look for the Brown Technical Book Shop sign and get the inside track on where you can find all the best books in the industry.  Brown Book Shop carries a wide array of books on everything from petroleum microbiology engineering to geology mapping and other essentials.  Brown Technical Book Shop, serving the oil and gas community since 1946.

Popular titles carried by Brown Technical Book Shop:

Look for these great titles and more at BrownTechnical.org.


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