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These groups are run by PESGB members for PESGB members.

If you would like to join any of the groups please contact the PESGB. There is no additional fee to belong to these.

Regional Branch

Contact

Aberdeen  John Sayer,
 Ireland
Annemarie Smyth , Nick O'Neill
 Surrey  James Hodson & Sarah-Jane Kelland
 Cumberland and Lake District   Dave Bodecott, Jonathan Redfern
 Cotswold and Western Fiona Lawrance
North West Barrie Wells
Berks,Bucks & Oxon  David Johnstone John Clark Jay Sahota
Liverpool Group Peter Burgess, Glyn Carter & Richard Worden

Regional Events

Aberdeen Branch

Surviving the Downturn Events

The PESGB are holding a series of free workshops and social gatherings in Aberdeen for members who are currently between jobs. These events are open to all PESGB members regardless of age and experience.

Coffee Mornings

The Tramsheds Coffee Shop at the Aberdeen Science Centre from 10.30-12.30. Refreshments will be provided.

 

Tuesday 7 February 2017

Tuesday 7 March 2017

 

Workshops

The Copthorne Hotel from 10.30-12.30 and will be led by Andrea Pearce (The Create Network). Refreshments will be provided.

Tuesday 31 January 2017, 10.30-12.30

Start the New Year with positive connections and new ways of thinking - come along and share experiences and ideas towards getting back into work, reviving your self-esteem and motivation. Andrea will be leading discussions and activities around creating a positive impact, building resilience and strengthening your support group.

 

Tuesday 28 February 2017, 10.30-12.30

Come along for this final workshop, where you can connect with other people, plus share experiences and ideas towards getting back into work, building back up your self-esteem and motivation. Andrea will be leading discussions and activities around exploring career options, overcoming barriers and creating your future story'

 

Tuesday 28 March 2017

CREATE YOUR FUTURE STORY

Exploring options versus assuming

Motivation zones

Career choice brainstorm

Berks, Bucks & Oxon Branch

Thursday 26 January 2017

Duncan MacGregor-The New Finds of this Century in Offshore Northern and East Africa: Challenging the Paradigms (Talk and venue sponsorship by MacGeology)

Click Here to view the abstract

Thursday 23 March 2017

Martin Whiteley- UK Geoparks and Geotourism

 

Thursday 25 May 2017

Exploration Insights- Halliburton

 

North West Branch

Thursday, 16th February, 2017

Speaker: Phil Magor

(title to be confirmed)

The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art, Crown Lane, Conwy, Conwy, UK, LL32 8AN. All talks start at 6.30pm, with the venue open for refreshments and pre-talk networking from 6pm

Thursday 16 March 2017

Petroleum geoscience in 2017: a contrarian's view
With Richard Morgan, RockFlow Resources (drinks and food sponsored by Geoscience Wales) 

The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art, Crown Lane, Conwy, Conwy, UK, LL32 8AN. All talks start at 6.30pm, with the venue open for refreshments and pre-talk networking from 6pm 

20 April 2017

“Applying new provenance techniques to refine a new stratigraphy for the Rockall and Faroe-Shetland Basin”

With Alex Finlay, Chemostrat Ltd., Welshpool (drinks and food sponsored by Chemostrat)

The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art, Crown Lane, Conwy, Conwy, UK, LL32 8AN. All talks start at 6.30pm, with the venue open for refreshments and pre-talk networking from 6pm

 

Surrey Branch
The White House Pub, Guildford from 6pm 

18th January 2017

15th March 2017

17th May 201

19th July 2016

20th September 2017

15th November 2017

Liverpool Branch

The PESGB Liverpool Branch based at Liverpool University is a new group composed of a mix of current and retired petroleum industry professionals from the northwest England region, and Liverpool University academics who research and teach petroleum geology. Our aim is to facilitate strong links between these two composite groups, to provide an opportunity for current petroleum geology students to meet more industry professionals, and to showcase to the public the important societal contribution made by the petroleum industry and the academic research and teaching that supports it.

This inaugural meeting will cover university staff and teams, the main companies, the main players, the local petroleum system and its history of exploration from the 1940’s Formby oil field, through the East Irish Sea Basin, via CCS potential in the East Irish Sea through to fracking and shale-oil and shale-gas.

* The Jane Herdman Building is in Grid Reference D3 on the university map. Go to this site to see the campus map that shows the Jane Herdman Building:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/files/docs/maps/liverpool-university-campus-map.pdf

The following site gives directions to the Jane Herdman Building:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/earth-ocean-and-ecological-sciences/contacts-and-finding-us/

There is a visitors' car park immediately outside the Jane Herdman Building. The entrance to this car park is off Pembroke Place (details are shown on the campus map).  The parking charge (payable as you leave) is about £1/hour

“An overview of applied and academic petroleum geoscience at Liverpool, Manchester, the NW England and N Wales: past, present and future”

With Professor Richard Worden 

Wednesday 15 February, 7.30pm

Tea & coffee from 6.45 pm

Jane Herdman Lecture Theatre*

Jane Herdman Laboratories

Department of Earth, Ocean & Ecological Sciences

University of Liverpool

4 Brownlow Street

Liverpool, L69 3GP 

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