AAPG Rice Industry Geoscience Series
AAPG RIGS (Rice Industry Geoscience Series) is back!! The event’s purpose is to inform and assist students employment search endeavors within the Oil & Gas industry. The format of the event is organized in such a way that students are provided exposure to the Industry Professionals through networking and recruitment opportunities.
The event is scheduled for two consecutive Fridays, August 18th and 25th, 2017 from 4:00-6:00 PM.
18th August (for Rice students only) – Career Info session + Resume Review session
3:30 – 4:00 PM – Coffee and Snacks – Earth Science Library – 2nd Floor
4:00 – 5:00 PM – Career info Session +Resume Review Session
Career Info Session Panelists – (Room 100)
1. Ken Abdulah – Subsurface Clarity
2. Hunter Lockhart – BHPbilliton
3. Brandon Harper – Conocophillips
4. Sarah Dean – Shell
5. Nicole Van Den Heuvel – Director of the Center for Career Development, Rice
Resume Review Session Panelist- (Room 123)
Sarah Stanley – Certified Petroleum Geologist, Registered in the State of Texas ( >20 hiring experience)
5:00- 6:00 PM – After event networking – 2nd Floor Lobby, Earth Science Bldg. (beverages and snacks)
25th August – Poster + Networking Session
4:00 – 4:10 PM – Cin-Ty, Pankaj opening remarks – AAPG RIGS 2017
4:10 – 6:00 PM – student posters +networking event – 2nd Floor Lobby, Earth Science Bldg. (beverages and snacks)
|Session 1 (4:10 – 4:45 PM)|
|David Blank||Simulating megathrust earthquakes: a window into elusive source processes|
|Justin Hayles||Theoretical calibration of the triple oxygen isotope geothermometer|
|Pankaj Khanna||Uppermost Pleistocene Coralgal Reefs and Upper Cambrian Microbial Bioherms: Morphologies and Sea Level-Induced Evolution|
|Gary Linkevich||3D seismic observations of the Peridotite Ridge in the Deep Galicia Margin|
|Clint M. Miller||Low methane concentrations in sediment along the Siberian Slope – Inference from pore water geochemistry|
|Harsh Vora||The normal compaction of clay rocks is fundamental for understanding overpressure|
|Session 2 (5:15 – 5:30 PM)|
|Brandee Carlson||Mudflat formation within an abandoned deltaic distributary channel: a case study from the Huanghe (Yellow River) delta, China|
|Tian Dong||Controls on gravel termination in seven distributary channels of the Selenga River delta, Baikal Rift basin, Russia|
|Chenliang Wu||Impacts of variable channel hydraulics on the stratigraphic record: an example provided from the Tullig Sandstone, Western Irish Namurian Basin|
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