RMAG & DGS 3D Seismic Symposium

 

Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors & Exhibitors for making the 20th Anniversary a huge success!

PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW DATE AND LOCATION!!!

Thursday, February 13th at the Colorado Convention Center

Registration now available!

              

 

20th Anniversary 3D Seismic Symposium

Presented by The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists & The Denver Geophysical Society

20/20 3D Vision

February 13, 2014

The 3D Seismic Symposium provides case histories for geophysicists, geologists, landmen and engineers who seek to stay abreast of new 3D technology as applied to petroleum exploration and development.

Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Pre-Paid Check In: 7:15am
Kickoff Presentation Begins at 8:00am

This very unfortunate disruption was caused by over-booking of space by the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel and their inability to provide alternative space.  We were unequivocally informed of this breach of our fully executed contract with the Sheraton on January 13, 2014, we immediately proceeded to find reasonably suitable space and amenities for our symposium as near as possible to the previously scheduled date and location.

Onsite registration is dependent on availability.

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Luncheon Keynote Speaker - Daniel E. Kelly, Vice President – DJ Basin, Noble Energy

The Big Picture: Doing More with Less
An 1,800 square-mile 3D seismic picture of the company’s assets in the DJ Basin is helping Noble Energy accelerate development and increase recovery while reducing surface and environmental impact. Noble Energy Vice President Dan Kelly will discuss how the company is utilizing seismic to implement Integrated Development Plans that are helping Noble Energy target a five-year compounded annual growth rate in production of more than 20 percent.

Kickoff Speaker - Craig Walters, Director – Wattenberg, Anadarko Petroleum

Social License to Vibe
Mr. Walters will highlight the success of Anadarko’s Wattenberg program and discuss the benefits of 3D seismic in a 40 year old field.  In addition, Mr. Walters will address the challenges and sensitivities of seismic acquisition along the Front Range urban corridor.  The talk will conclude with an overview of the current political and regulatory environment in Colorado, as it pertains to oil and gas development.  Mr. Walters will communicate Anadarko’s stance on the importance of strong stakeholder engagement, environmental & safety excellence, and the need for all industry representatives to become active ambassadors in their communities and social networks.

Location:
Colorado Convention Center - Downtown Denver
700 14th St
Denver, CO 80202

Rooms will be held at the Brown Palace Hotel for a special rate of $169/night for 3D Symposium attendees subject to availability.  Please call (303) 297-3111 to book your room and mention the 3D Seismic Symposium or Denver Geophysical Society for the discounted rate.

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Exhibitor Booth Information:

The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (RMAG) and the Denver Geophysical Society (DGS) invite vendors with an interest in 3D Seismic to participate in the 2014 3D Seismic Symposium. The booth exhibition will be held on Thursday, February 13, from 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Colorado Convention Center Downtown Denver, in conjunction with the 20th Annual 3D Seismic Symposium.

  • $750 for an 10’ X 10’ booth + 2 full symposium registrations
  • Each Company will be provided a 6 ft. draped table, two chairs and one 110V electrical outlet.
  • Phones and Internet are available for purchase.

Registration Deadline January 27, 2014 -- Exhibitor Registration is now closed.  

Please click here for updated exhibitor layout

Exhbitor Update:

Please read the following information from the Colorado Convention Center:

"Exhibitors may handle their own hand-carried materials in and out of the Colorado Convention Center. Any material requiring the use of equipment for delivery, i.e., dollies, fork lifts, will be handled by labor through IATSE, Local No. 7. Equipment and labor is arranged through the General Service Contractor."

There are two options for those exhibitors who need assistance bringing in their own items.

Option 1:

FREEMAN, our exhibitor services contractor, will be providing a Cart Service for exhibitors.  Exhibitors can pull up to the ‘B Lobby’ entrance and we will load a cart with their booth materials and deliver them to their booth space in the Ballroom. There will be a Freeman representative outside the B Lobby entrance to guide exhibitors as to where to park.

B Lobby is located on Welton: From Colfax coming East turn left on Welton and left into the CCC second entrance/ from Colfax going west turn right onto Welton and second left into the CCC entrance.

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Option 2:

Dock access for exhibitors will be at the Welton Street docks and docks #17 & #18 are allocated specifically for the Four Seasons Ballroom. Freeman will deliver to your booth.

Access will be at the Welton Street docks and docks #17 & #18 are allocated specifically for the Four Seasons Ballroom.

 

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Thank you for exhibiting at the 20th anniversary 3D Seismic Symposium!

 

Registration:

Registration fee THROUGH January 27 for RMAG/DGS Members --$175
Registration fee THROUGH January 27 for Non-Members --$225
Additional Late Registration fee AFTER January 27 for BOTH Members & Non-Members-- $50*

Online Registration is Now Closed.  Onsite registration is dependent on availability but will be the same price as late registration. 

Attendee Registration form available for download here

To register online

*Add late registration charge to total registration amount – if form is received after January 27th, the charge will be automatically included in total cost

 

Sponsorship:

All sponsors will be identified in lobby areas at the Symposium, on the screen between presentations, in regional and national publications, and in the Symposium proceedings. Your company's support of the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists and the Denver Geophysical Society is greatly appreciated and vitally important.