Are you involved in mine construction and development? Are you interested in health and environmental issues like water policy and mining regulations in Alabama? Do you have a career or interest in geology or coalbed methane?
If so, make plans to attend the Alabama Mineral Institute. This year, it will be held September 13-14, 2016 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama main campus in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In addition to presenting interesting and up-to-date sessions in the previously mentioned topics, the Alabama Mineral Institute is particularly valuable for professional engineers and geologists; it will get you 15 PDH credits!
“This was a good mix of topics that provide a good general overview”
“Climate presentation was a good way to open up. Good positive notes."
"I mainly came for the Professional Development hours but I was pleased to learn a great deal about the topics ranging from “The stubborn climate” (which was the best) to coalbed methane and other issues that really were of interest to me."
"I am so grateful for this program. As a PE, the continued education plus PDH’s is valuable beyond simple narrative."
"A wealth of information about the state of our industry and regulatory constraints we are facing."
"Very real and current subject matter, honestly portrayed."
"EPA update and explanations."
"Got my required professional development hours!"