AAPG ACE Annual Convention & Exhibition | June 7-10
The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and its Divisions, along with the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), are proud to host the AAPG 2020 Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas 7–10 June 2020.
Houston, the “Energy Capital of the World,” is the headquarters and the intellectual capital for virtually every segment of the energy industry including exploration, production, transmission, marketing, supply, and technology. The city truly embraces all things energy and geoscience, which makes it the ideal location to host ACE 2020 and attract a global audience of some 5,000 professionals from more than 72 countries to exchange technical ideas, research, and innovations.
ACE continues as one of the most prestigious events for the geosciences community with a tradition of delivering an exceptionally strong, juried technical program, state-of-the-art technology displays and networking activities that create a dependable, fun and valuable business forum. Founded over a century ago, AAPG was built upon the expertise and knowledge of many of the world’s most prominent and successful geoscientists. The traditions of scientific excellence and professional camaraderie carry on when the Association’s flagship event returns to Houston.
George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston TX | Halls D&E
ION Stand: #525
ION Data Gallery: Room 342 – ABDE
AAPG ACE Exposition Hours:
Sunday June 7 4:00 pm-5:00 pm (Opening Session & Awards Ceremony)
Sunday June 7 5:00 pm-7:00 pm (Icebreaker Reception)
Monday June 8 9:00 am-6:00 pm
Tuesday June 9 9:00 am-6:00 pm
Wednesday June 10 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Happy Hours on the ION stand:
During the Icebreaker from 5:00-7:00 pm
Monday and Tuesday from 4:30-6:00 pm
Time & Location
|Evaluation of the Pacific Margin of Central America: Insight from Regional 2-D Seismic Interpretation A. Goswami, J. L. Pindell, B. W. Horn||TBA||TBA|
|A Conjugate View of the Austral South Atlantic: What Can We Learn from Putting the Basins Back Together? P. Bellingham, K. R. Reuber, J. L. Pindell, N. Hurst, K. McDermott, B. W. Horn||TBA||TBA|
|New Observations and Interpretation of the Caribbean Crustal Character Revealed K. R. Reuber, J. L. Pindell, A. Goswami, M. Friday, C. Campbell, B.W. Horn||TBA||TBA|
|Geological Evolution and the Impact on Future Exploration Potential, Offshore West Africa from North Gabon to the Namibe Basin, Southern Angola L. Fullarton, H. Ladegaard, K. McDermott, P. Bellingham, B.W. Horn||TBA||TBA|
|Constraints on the Mesozoic Evolution of the Gulf of Mexico from Seismic Interpretation of Basement, the Pre-Salt Section, and Autochthonous Salt J. L. Pindell, A. Hartwig, E. Haire, B. W. Horn||TBA||TBA|
|Insights into the Crustal Structure and the Remaining Petroleum Potential of Offshore Ghana from Regional Seismic Interpretation and Quantitative Basin Modeling N. Hurst, P. Bellingham, K. McDermott, B.W.||TBA||TBA|
|Detrital Zircon Provenance and Development of Accomodation during Initial Rifting of the Southeastern Gulf of Mexico and Northwestern Caribbean R. N. Erlich, J. L. Pindell||TBA||TBA|