Abstracts have been submitted, short course arranged and we are ready to roll!
It’s VIRTUAL and virtually free.
Come join us: its only the price of TSOP membership for one year (that is, $US25 for professionals and $US15 for students).
For more information check out the meeting website at: https://tsop.org/TSOP2022/index.html
Between the 12th and 16th of September this is what we’ll have for you:
- Short course: “Spatially resolved techniques and applications of organic petrography in shale petroleum systems” presented by Paul Hackley, Aaron Jubb, Brett Valentine and Justin Birdwell (all U.S. Geological Survey)
- If you are registered for the conference, the short course is included!
- Two internationally renowned KEYNOTE speakers:
- Dr Linda Stalker (CSIRO, Australia) will present: “Geoscience for the future: There is a future right?”
- Dr Deb Willard (USGS, USA) will present: “Broadening the perspectives of organic petrology: Implications of analysis of sedimentary organic matter for evolving questions”
- Abstracts by presenters from 14 countries (including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, Denmark, Germany, India, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom and the USA).
- We’ll have topics ranging from palaeoclimate to pollution; critical elements to machine learning – all arranged around organics in the geological cycle.
- A special roundtable discussion on ‘The Role of Fossil Fuels in a Net Zero Emissions Energy Sector’ will be chaired by Prof Hamed Sanei (Aarhus University, Denmark). Check out the website for more details (https://tsop.org/TSOP2022/round_table.html). International panelists include:
- Ms Carolina Gutiérrez Hernadez (Director of Sustainability, Colombian Mining Association, Colombia)
- Prof David Rutledge (California Institute of Technology, USA)
- Mr Mike Teke (CEO, Seriti Resources Holdings, South Africa)
- Mr John Kessels (Consultant, Circular Economy and Climate Change, UK)
- Dr Dietmar Tourbier (CSIRO, Australia)
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