of Great Britain
To promote, for the public benefit, education in the scientific and technical aspects of petroleum exploration
The PESGB was established in 1964 by a group of like-minded professionals keen to create a community of geoscientists for networking and sharing ideas. Over 50 years on, we have a membership of over 5000 individuals, active in all six continents. In addition to serving our industry by providing low-cost networking and knowledge-sharing events, we have an extensive disbursements programme which supports the education of earth sciences in the wider community.
Article by Sarah-Jane Kelland, PESGB Surrey Branch co-organiser With thanks to Daria Lazareva for the photos It was billed on the PESGB website as an event
Review by Rachael Hunter – PhD student, Heriot-Watt University/NERC CDT in Oil and Gas On the 9th -11th of May, a group of 27 geoscientists gathered
Led by Dan Bosence & Arnaud Gallois The lacustrine limestones of the Purbeck Group were deposited in a shallow lake on the western margin