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IMAGE 2021

...Science

Positioning multiple disciplines together to focus on geoscience applications and technologies

...Collaboration

Resulting in the largest gathering of earth scientists and energy professionals in the world

...Content

Providing a comprehensive technical program featuring more than 20 concurrent sessions

...Opportunities

To exchange ideas and experiences for achieving powerful synergy across our sectors

...Impact

To better serve the needs of geoscientists in a rapidly changing energy landscape

...Value

Offering a full week of geoscience dissemination from three annual meetings under one roof

  • What is IMAGE?
    IMAGE '21 is the integrated annual conference and exhibition of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and in conjunction with the Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM).
  • Why attend IMAGE?
    This powerhouse event is the ultimate learning and networking event for geoscience and energy. IMAGE ’21 combines all the great elements from each society’s previous meeting to offer a better experience and increased value for the industry.
  • Where is IMAGE?
    IMAGE ’21 will offer two ways to attend for one registration price: in-person at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver or online. Both components will offer networking, learning, and collaboration with a comprehensive technical program and an expansive exhibition showcasing the latest products and technologies.
  • Register for IMAGE
    Register by 5 August and Save Up to $300
  • Book Your Room
    Book through the official housing bureau, Maritz Global Events
  • Book Exhibit Space
    Showcase your products, services, and innovations
  • Secure Sponsorships
    Highly visible sponsorships offer maximum exposure

What the Experts are Saying About IMAGE

Maurice Nessim
Stephen Sonnenberg
Bryce Swinford
Rick Fritz
Jaclyn Tonwsend
Maurice Nessim - SEG President
"Geologists and geophysicists often work together in teams, learning from one another and sharing methods and observations to deliver solutions more valuable and durable than what they can achieve without multidisciplinary collaboration. Our organizations complement each others strengths. Through our new collaboration on IMAGE, we can better serve the needs of geoscientists."
April 07, 2018
Stephen Sonnenberg - Professor and Charles Boettcher Distinguished Chair, Colorado School of Mines
“The IMAGE’21 meeting combines two great society annual meetings into one super geoscience meeting. The meeting has an outstanding technical program which will have something for everyone. This is also a networking opportunity for those who choose to attend in person.”
April 12, 2019
Bryce Swinford - Senior Geophysicist, OXY and IMAGE 2021 Technical Program Chair
“I am excited for the opportunities of increased learning afforded us due to the expanded technical program created by the combination of AAPG ACE and SEG Annual Meeting into IMAGE. As a geophysical generalist, the breadth of the technical programming allows myriad options for learning about envelope-pushing research and applications to my daily work.”
April 05, 2016
Rick Fritz - AAPG President
“Our members, exhibitors, and sponsors are excited about this collaboration and are looking forward to coming together for IMAGE. Our organizations have joined forces on this meeting to allow us to better serve the needs of geoscientists in a rapidly changing energy landscape.”
April 07, 2019
Jaclyn Tonwsend - Director, Corporate Marketing, TGS
“TGS has been a longtime supporter of both the SEG and AAPG. We are excited to see the two come together, offering a top-tier conference for those with a passion for geoscience and aiming to advance technology in the energy sector.”
April 07, 2019