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The November 16th LGS luncheon will be held at the Petroleum Club from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Bill Schramm will be giving a talk on “Ethics for Geoscientists and Engineers”. This luncheon may be used for ethics credit for those of you who need it.
The LGS board is pleased to announce that we will . . . → Read More: November 2016 – President’s Letter
ETHICS FOR GEOSCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS
Ethics has many definitions; it is a study of the rules of human behavior, the standards of right and wrong, that part of science and philosophy dealing with moral conduct, duty, and judgment, the voluntary actions specifically taken by an individual with sufficient knowledge of the options available. . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – November 2016
I hope most of you were able to enjoy this year’s BBQ. It was a smaller crowd this year, but a lot of fun nonetheless. Our first talk of the year was well attended as Deborah Sacrey talked about “finding Oil and Gas using the Power of Machine Learning”.
The Gulf Coast Association of . . . → Read More: October 2016 – Presidents Letter
Contrasting Structural Styles Brazilian and West African South Atlantic Volcanic and
Non-Volcanic Margins: the Impact on Pre-Salt Petroleum Systems.
The South Atlantic Pre-Salt petroleum system has unique elements which are related to the basin bounding structural fabric, accommodation space and climatic conditions. The development of both high TOC Lacustrine source rocks and hyper-saline/ hyper-alkaline . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – October 2016
Dear LGS Members,
Welcome to the 2016–17 LGS year. I hope you’ve all recovered from the recent flooding. The month of September will be a busy one for both LGS and GCAGS. Upcoming events include the following:
1) GCAGS short courses and field trips (in and around the Corpus Christi Area), Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, . . . → Read More: September 2016 – President’s Letter
Finding Oil and Gas Using the Power of Machine Learning
Deborah King Sacrey
Since the late 1970’s the explosion of various kinds of seismic attributes derived from the acquired seismic signal has been the boon and the bane of the interpreter. Now the interpretation of reflection data requires powerful computers and advanced visualization software . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – September 2016
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