Join over 8,500 professionals from 70 different countries at the largest global geoscience exhibition, featuring over 1,000 abstracts presented as part of a technical program featuring leading scientists.
Why Attend the SEG Annual Meeting
The SEG International Exposition and 86th Annual Meeting is one of the year's most anticipated events, bringing together more than 8,500 attendees from 70 countries, representing the fields of global oil, gas and mineral exploration to new areas of civil engineering, environmental regulation and archaeology.
More than 8,500 attendees from 70 countries
Nearly 1,000 student attendees
143,800 square feet of exhibition space
Exhibition showcasing nearly 400 leading companies involved in every aspect of the geosciences industry
1,000 oral, poster and e-poster presentations on the latest technical, strategic and economic issues affecting the advancement of oil and gas exploration technology
Networking events and face-to-face opportunities to connect key buyers and decision-makers with suppliers and service providers
85-year tradition of excellence in providing premier educational programming and global business development opportunities
Why Exhibit at the SEG Annual Meeting
Bringing together more than 8,500 attendees from 70 countries, the SEG Annual Meeting provides a unique platform for high-level networking and new business development opportunities for companies involved in the geosciences industry. From global oil, gas and mineral exploration to new areas of civil engineering, environmental regulation and archaeology, the SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting is one of the year's most anticipated events for reaching a qualified audience of buyers and decision makers across multiple disciplines of the geosciences sector.
Join nearly 400 other leading companies - from large global corporations to new start-up businesses-and make the 2016 SEG Annual Meeting a must-attend component of your marketing strategy for new business results.
Founded in 1930, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) has grown steadily over the past 80 years, reaching 31,000 members worldwide, as of 2014. Members include a range of professionals from executives to technical specialists, working in all phases of the discovery, development, evaluation and utilization of oil and gas, mining, environmental and related technologies. SEG is the preeminent association in the world addressing these issues. SEG is committed to the broad dissemination of information among its members, with continuously improved professional practice as the goal. SEG serves its members and meets its mission in a neutral, global environment that is completly independent of the influence of any one organization or authority.