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Renew Your 2024 EAGE Membership

Renew your membership and unlock a ton of opportunities!

This year has been filled with groundbreaking events that allowed us to consistently advance in our mission to share geology and engineering around the world while providing our members with a platform to expand their knowledge and network. Additionally, we held innovative courses, offered free learning material, and supported our members’ initiatives. These are only a few of the benefits that you will continue to enjoy when you renew your membership for 2024.

Special Discount for Annual Events

The 4th EAGE Global Energy Transition (GET) Conference & Exhibition (Paris, France) is just around the corner. And, as an EAGE member, you are entitled to special discounts on the registration fees for this and other major events such as the EAGE Digitalization 2024 (Paris, France) and the Annual Conference & Exhibition 2024 (Oslo, Norway). As well as other meetings and workshops eligible for special member discounts when you renew your membership!

Continuous Professional Development

EAGE is aware of its member’s need to continuously update their knowledge by offering a wide range of courses that suit your learning needs through Learning Geoscience, EAGE’s online learning platform. As an EAGE member, you can enjoy a discounted rate for all the courses that we have on offer. These courses come in various formats such as Self-Paced, Extensive, and Interactive Online Short Courses. Aside from the paid courses, as a member you have access to free e-learning content such as E-lectures, How-to videos, and Distinguished Lecturer Webinars (DLPs).

Access to Publications: EarthDoc and First Break

As an EAGE member, you are able to browse EarthDoc, our online database of professional research, with over 75,000 papers and journal articles on geoscience, engineering, and energy. By renewing your membership, you can gain further access to the EarthDoc archive by maintaining or upgrading your membership recognition level.

With your EAGE membership, you also have access to First Break which keeps you updated with Association news, the latest industry information, and carefully selected research articles. Aside from this, you will also receive a complimentary subscription to one EAGE journal of your choice. You can choose from Basin Research, Geophysical Prospecting, Near Surface Geophysics, Geoenergy, or Petroleum Geoscience.

You also receive a 15% discount on all EAGE book titles which are available in E-Pub format.

Networking opportunities

One of the key traits of EAGE is its multidisciplinary nature. Members from different disciplines are able to connect with other like-minded members through our communities. Our 10 Technical Communities, and two Special Interest Communities, support different fields of expertise and interests and provide memberss with dedicated platforms to articulate ideas, find relevant opportunities and foster meaningful connections. Collaboration, engagement and synergy not only happen across these groups, but also within a wide network of Associated Societies and partner organizations connected to EAGE.

Membership recognition

We recognize the importance of our members and volunteers. By renewing your membership, you continue to build on your membership recognition status, unlocking far greater discounts on events and courses, and even further access to the EarthDoc archive. As you renew with EAGE over the years, you will reach Silver, Gold, and Platinum Levels, each bringing greater benefits for our loyal members.

If you are not a member yet, we would like to invite you with a special offer. If you secure your 2024 membership now, you get the remainder of 2023 for free! 

Renew your membership now to unlock these exciting opportunities ahead.

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Siddharth Misra


Prof Dr Siddharth Misra’s research focuses on improving subsurface characterization and prospect evaluation for the exploration of hydrocarbons, minerals and water resources.

His major contribution is in the theory of electromagnetic responses of geological formations to various charge polarization phenomena. The theory has enabled him to introduce a multi-frequency electromagnetic log-inversion technique to remove dielectric effects for improved estimation of hydrocarbon pore volume.


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