The EAGE Community on geochemistry is the network of members interested in sharing knowledge and developing skills among geoscientists and engineers crossing paths with geochemical applications or interested in pursuing a career in this field.
The Community operates in collaboration with our Associated Society EAG, the European Association of Geochemistry, a globally recognized non-profit organization promoting excellence and knowledge exchange in geochemistry.
This Community is open to members in all stages of their career.
Are you interested in being part of the EAGE Geochemistry Community? Update your Affiliations now!
EAGE and EAG became Associated Societies in 2017. This collaborative initiative brings our cooperation one step further to facilitate connections between industry and academia, and explore new opportunities in all areas of organic and inorganic geochemistry.
Geochemistry is a key topic featured in many EAGE and EAG events, including Goldschmidt, EAGE Annual and the GET conference. Through this special interest community we will keep you informed on this and all other relevant opportunities offered by both societies to present or publish your work, tools to support your career progression and learning resources.
- Community events and collaborations
- Contributions to EAGE and EAGE events
- News and vacancies
The Community is coordinated by a joint Committee that serves for a period of two years. The current Committee is serving the 2021 – 2023 term.
|Name||Company / Institution||Country|
|Alok Chaudhari||Monash University||Australia|
|Ingebret Fjelde||NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS||Norway|
|Isabelle Kowalewski||IFP Energies Nouvelles||France|
|Zied Ouled Ameur||Tatweer Petroleum||Bahrain|
Geochemistry applies to a wide range of applications: from the understanding of organic matter cycles over geological time scales to integrated paleoenvironmental and climatic studies, as well as applications for new energies. EAGE is proud to accompany the developments in this field by providing a platform to discuss challenges and solutions. Join the conversation at one of the following meetings:
- IMOG 2023 (10-15 September 2023. Montpellier, France)
- or browse for more in the EAGE calendar of events!
There is more! Through EAGE’s Learning Geoscience portfolio you can find training courses for your continuous professional development or approach geochemistry themes in a multidisciplinary perspective.
New courses are added periodically, keep checking the Short Courses Catalogue and our Learning Geoscience platform for updates!