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Sponsor the dues (one year) of a Recent Graduate and the CSPG Foundation will match your donation. Only valid until December 31, 2020.

When: November 9 – December 31, 2020
Structural Geology E-Technical Division Talk
Presentation 1: Multimineral Petrophysical Analysis to Solve for Complex Lithologies: A Case Study from The Duvernay Shale in Alberta, Canada Speaker: Rafael Becerra, University of Alberta   Presentation 2: Shear slip fault reactivation and induced seismicity associated with hydraulic fracturing in the Duvernay Formation, Fox Creek area, Alberta: insights from 3D reservoir geomechanical modeling Multimineral Petrophysical Analysis to Solve for Complex Lithologies: A Case Study... Details
When: December 3, 2020
International E-Technical Division Talk
LIVING THE EXPAT LIFE. Is it all it’s cracked up to be? Speaker: David Mackie

When: December 9, 2020
Annual General Meeting - 2020
All members of the society are eligible to come to the AGM but only Voting Member Types (Full, Honorary, Emeritus, Recent Graduate) will have their presence counted towards quorum.

When: December 10, 2020
Palaeontology E-Technical Division Talk
The St. Mary River Formation and its fossils Speaker: Georgia L. Hoffman, Professional Geologist and APS member

When: December 11, 2020
Heavy Oil/Oil Sands E-Technical Division Talk
Artificial Metasomatism: Thermal Impacts on SAGD Production Reservoirs and Implications for Formation Sensitivity and Future Reservoir Applications Speaker: Graham Spray, AGAT Laboratories

When: January 6, 2021
Structural Geology E-Technical Division Talk
Wild Card – Natural Fractures in the Devonian Duvernay Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin Presenter: Carolyn Currie, Core Laboratories Canada Ltd

When: January 7, 2021
Geothermal E-Technical Division Talk
Geothermal Energy Potential of the Mount Meager Volcano – The Hottest Place in Canada Speaker: Steve Grasby, Geological Survey of Canada

When: January 14, 2021
January 20 Technical Webinar
Good Models and Lost Heterogeneity  Speaker: Mark Bentley, TRACS Training & Heriot-Watt University

When: January 20, 2021