Rocky Mountain "Dusters" Symposium-Lessons Learned & Opportunities Created AND Risk Management Short Course

2008 RMAG/PTTC Fall Symposium
Rocky Mountain "Dusters" - Lessons Learned & Opportunities Created 
Risk Management Short Course

            Symposium:  Monday, September 22, 2008  

Short Course:  Tuesday, September 23, 2008 

        Registration begins at 7:15 AM
     Social Hour Starts at 4:00 PM

     Symposium Keynote Luncheon Speaker

Mr. Bill Barrett

Disappointments (by me and others), Lessons Learned and Opportuntities Created

Short Course presented by Gary P. Cirton, Managing Partner of Rose & Associates, LLP

and John Howell III, President of Portfolio Decisions, Inc.

For more information on speakers and topics, go to and click on the 2008 Fall Symposium button




This one day field trip to the Rocky Mountain front range between Boulder and Golden will view the complex thrust and triangle zone structures of a typical Laramide Basin boundary.  Applications to oil and gas reservoirs as well as to local groundwater will be discussed on the outcrop.   Must be registered for symposium to attend field trip.



Name Price
RMAG Members-Symposium Registration, Before September 5, 2008 $150
RMAG Members-Symposium & Short Course Package Before September 5, 2008 $250
RMAG Members-Short Course Registration Before September 5, 2008 $135
Non-Members-Symposium Registration, Before September 5, 2008 $175
Non-Members Symposium & Short Course Package Before September 5, 2008 $295
Non-Members-Short Course Registration Before September 5, 2008 $155
Member & Non-Member Symposium Registration AFTER September 5, 2008 $195
Member & Non-Member Symposium & Short Course Regist AFTER September 5, 2008 $335
Member & Non-Member Short Course Registrations AFTER September 5, 2008 $175
Student-Symposium Registration (Required Student ID #) $40
Student -Symposium and Short Course Package(requires Student ID #) $70
Corporate Sponsor $4000
Diamond Sponsor $2000
Platinum Sponsor $1000
Gold Sponsor $500
Silver Sponsor $250

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