Drilling for Geology II

DRILLING FOR GEOLOGY II, Brisbane Qld

The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) is pleased to host the second instalment of its very successful Drilling for Geology conference, first held in 2008. Drilling for Geology II will again focus on the collection and analysis of geoscientific information from drilling.

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CONFERENCE SNAPSHOT

Technical presentations with a concurrent exhibition are scheduled for Wednesday 26 July and Thursday 27 July 2017. Thirty confirmed presentations will cover the themes of:

  • Industry overview
  • Drilling techniques
  • Drilling logistics
  • Sensing and geophysics
  • Drillhole sampling and logging
  • Making better use of drilling data

Nine professional development workshops are scheduled for Friday 28 July, some are free to conference delegates:

  • Drilling for non-drillers (full day)
  • From survey data to informed decision making (full day)
  • Structure logging of drill core (full day)
  • Drilling and impacts on deposit characterisation (full day)
  • Laboratory visit (morning) - Free
  • Qld Exploration Data Centre visit (morning) - Free
  • Drilling services company visit (morning) - Free
  • Lessons learnt from auditing drilling programs (afternoon)
  • 3D modelling of drilling data using Leapfrog Geo (3 days)

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The Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) is the leading professional institute representing geoscientists employed in all sectors of industry, education, research and government throughout Australia. AIG is a not for profit organisation, run by members for members, which aims to advance the skills, status and public perception of more than 3,000 members both within Australia and overseas.

The Queensland branch of AIG is hosting Drilling for Geology II. The conference organising committee comprises:

The committee has a wealth of experience in organising and executing successful technical conferences and we look forward to continuing this tradition with Drilling for Geology II.