|Event Title||Start Date||Online Registration Deadline|
|SIPES - Exploring for Tight Oil in the Pennsylvanian Cleveland Sandstone on the Nemaha Ridge Using High Resolution 3D Seismic and Stratigraphic Analysis: A New Play in an Old Area||06-20 11:15am|
|30th Annual HGS Skeet Shoot!||06-22 8:00am||06-21 11:00pm|
|AAPG GTW - Geomechanics and Reservoir Characterization of Carbonates and Shales||07-16 7:00am|
|Unconventional Resources Technology Conference||08-12 9:00am|
|AAPG International Conference and Exhibition||09-08 9:00am|
|The 12th PESGB - HGS Conference on African E&P||09-10 8:30am|
|2013 WTGS Fall Symposium - Reinvigorating the Permian Basin||09-25 7:00pm|
Looking Back and Looking Forward
This is the last of my pages from the president and I shall miss the opportunity to communicate with the members. We are a large active organization and there are stories within stories. I have been honored to serve as your president and to work with a really dedicated Board of Directors. It has been a pleasure to meet members at the many meetings that I have attended. Service as president gives one an interesting overlook of HGS’ large and complex organization. I have seen our member volunteers overcome obstacles and achieve major goals.
This is the time when the Editor gets to thank all of the people who aid in the production of the Houston Geological Society Bulletin. First, I must start with the Society’s phenomenal office staff who handle the Bulletin and Website advertising. Nina, our Office Manager, has a wide range of skills and expertise. She can only be described as grace under pressure. Troy Fearnow, our fearless Webmaster, has been a great addition. Together we have endeavored to make the email blast more consistent and informative. He is a joy with whom to work. Jill Kimble is relatively new to us, yet she fits right in! I value her calm steadiness.