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Submission Date May 15
Present Your Paper at 15th Alago Congress 2016
Five days of technical sessions, lectures, poster sessions and short courses will be programmed. All participants are invited to submit an abstract of not exceeding three pages in length. Official languages are Spanish, English and Portuguese. After an abstract has been reviewed and accepted, authors will receive the instructions for the preparation and the format of the extended abstract. The program covers, but is not limited to the following fields of interest.
  • Theme 1: Basin and Petroleum System Modelling
  • Theme 2: Modelling of Subsurface Processes and Petroleum System Elements
  • Theme 3: Low-Temperature Thermochronology and Petroleum Systems
  • Theme 4: Reservoir and Production Geochemistry
  • Theme 5: Oil and Gas Geochemistry
    
  • Theme 6: New Analytical Developments and Applications
  • Theme 7: Source Rocks Characterization, Coal Geology and Organic Petrography
  • Theme 8: Unconventional Resources
  • Theme 9: Environmental Geochemistry and Soil Biogeochemistry
  • Theme 10: Earth Life Evolution and Paleoclimate


For more information or questions:
Jorge Castro | Alago Congress Assistant | +5 321 97608669

About Alago Congress:
This bi-annual conference is the most important stage in America to disseminate advances in organic geochemistry and promote use and knowledge between community student and potential users as well as scientific and commercial relationships. Because this event is nonprofit and purely scientific, with the participation, mostly students from across the continent, the financing of the congress will be guaranteed by economic contribution of companies and institutions interested in the development of organic geochemistry and human capital formation.


Sponsoring Organizations:

- Latin American Assoc. of Organic Geochemistry
- Ecopetrol
- Eafit
- Gems S.A.

Endorsing Organizations:

- AAPG

15th Latin American Congress on Organic Geochemistry
 
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