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Event Calendar
PTTC Rockies' Event Calendar can be accessed by clicking here, or on the link on the navigation bar to the left.
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RMS-AAPG Funding Reduced Price Workshops
RMS-AAPG  is funding PTTC Rockies to provide half-price workshop registration for unemployed O&G professionals. A limited number of  these tickets are available.
PTTC Sponsorship
If you are interested in sponsorship, click here for information.
The Potential Gas Committee Releases Year-End 2016 Assessment
The Potential Gas Committee, based at the Colorado School of Mines, released its biennial assessment on July 19 and announced a US resource base of 2,817 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) as of year-end 2016. This is a 12% increase over the previous assessment. Click here for the press release and here for the slide deck.
Anomalies = Pioneering Women in Petroleum Geology: 1917 to 2017
Robbie Gries gave a well-attended presentation at the Golden City Hall on June 14 to publicize her new book. Click here for some notes on her talk and a link to purchase.
Calendar Updates
Thursday, December 7, PTTC Rockies presents "Turbidite Crash Course: Depositional Environments and Facies Architecture (classroom and core workshop)" at the USGS Core Research Center, Lakewood, CO. The instructor will be Dr. Zane Jobe of the Colorado School of Mines. Click here for the registration page
Wedneday, January 24 to Thursday January 25, PTTC Rockies presents "Log Interpretation of Clastic Depositional Environments" at the Colorado School of Mines. . The instructor will be Dr. Ali Jaffri of Applied Stratigraphix. Click here for the registration page

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RMS AAPG Foundation North Ranch Resources White Eagle Exploration

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