PESA WA evening talks close for 2016 on a successful note


The last of the technical evenings talks was given by Anthony Gartrell, an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia, on November 24 at the Mantra Hotel. Anthony has over 20 years of experience as a petroleum geologist working for WMC, CSIRO and Shell Brunei and Australia offices before he became an independent consultant geologist in 2013.
Anthony shared with the WA Branch members his views on “controls on sequence stratigraphic architecture using examples from NW Borneo and the NW Shelf”.
It was a great turn up with 70 people attending the talk. The audiences have been encouraging for the PESA WA committee to conduct more events during 2017.
The evenings talks were tailored to our members in transit to new opportunities as they are very cost effective, a great opportunity to keep our skill set up as well as a great opportunity to catch up with other colleagues.
The previous technical evening in October focused on job and interview techniques and, once again, was a great workshop for students and members who are in between jobs.
As a Branch we are looking forward to more expressions of interest for 2017 to support these type of events.
Andres Gongora,
President WA Branch.


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