Monday 12 June 2017
Pete Webb is a Chartered Geologist and fellow of the Geological Society of London. After a spell in academia, Peter joined the oil industry in 1974, working as a well-site geologist in the North Sea. Since then, he has worked in several continents, particularly in the southern hemisphere. He now works as a part-time consultant, mostly overseas managing explorations and providing training. Back home, he delivers public lectures, particularly on fracking for oil and shale gas. Pete collected his first fossils in his back garden at the age of 4.
Talk begins at 6.30pm at the Vale Inn. Early arrival advised to be sure of getting a seat.
All welcome, no charge.