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 4000 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.
Direct monitoring of turbidity currents: New insights into seafloor hazards, sediment transport and the evolution of submarine channels With Michael Clare, Senior Marine Geoscience Researcher
Training Places Well, the long awaited and much anticipated move from East Croydon back to central London took place in early February. The PESGB’s new