2018 AAPG International Conference & Exhibition

100 Years of Science Fueling
100 Years of Prosperity

4-7 November 2018
Cape Town, South Africa


About AAPG International (ICE)

AAPG, the recognized global leader in the dissemination of high-quality geoscience data and information, bring their International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) to Cape Town, South Africa 4-7 November, 2018. AAPG ICE Cape Town will gather geologists, geophysicists and other petroleum industry professionals from 60+ countries to build their knowledge and skills, discover technology innovations and network with peers.  This event is being held at the same venue and at the same time as the prestigious Africa Oil Week.  Although visitors are required to register separately to attend both events, the ICE Exhibition will be open to delegates from both AAPG ICE and Africa Oil week whereas the Africa Oil Week exhibition will only be accessible by their own delegates.  Furthermore, exhibitors in the International Pavilion at ICE will also be eligible to present at the International Pavilion Theatre held within the pavilion on Monday and Tuesday.  Exhibiting in the IP at AAPG ICE is therefore highly recommended to get maximum exposure.

If you want to become a leader and/or stay relevant in this constantly changing industry, you need access to the tools, content and contacts that will help you succeed. By participating in and supporting ICE, you will benefit from the Societies' collective reach of more than 65,000 professional and student members worldwide, and align yourself with some of the most credible geosciences information available. It is this focus on science and community that unites the two societies in purpose and provides the cornerstone for both personal and business opportunities at the event.

IP Exhibitors

Israel Lebanon Morocco Mozambique Moyes & Co
Papua New Guinea Senegal South Africa Tanzania Uruguay

Exhibitor Info

Come visit the International Pavilion to review worldwide development and exploration activity,
preview current/upcoming licensing rounds, and make contacts with energy ministers,
state licensing authorities and NOC executives.