Candain Society of Exploration Geophysics DoodleTrain Education Training Week

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The early bird registration will be ended on Sept. 22. Register before the early bird saves

$100.00 CDN/course/day. This year training courses cover a variety of disciplines, including


           Acquisition, processing & interpretation of geophysics

            Reservoir characterization, modelling and geology   

                  for conventional and unconventional resources

            Fractures and microseismic monitoring

            Value of information & decision analysis

            Professional skills and development

            Seismic data ownership, rights and responsibilities

            Mike Batzle from Colorado School of Mines, Keynote

                  Luncheon Speaker, will talk about pore fluids.


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These courses will be provided on Nov 1-5, 2010 in downtown, Calgary.


If you are interested, you can register by calling (403)-262-0015,

email at or online .



November 1st, 2010 8:00 AM   through   November 5th, 2010 5:00 PM
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