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Technical Interest Groups (TIG)

Technical Interest Groups (TIG) are designed to grow and deepen community with AAPG by focusing on technical topics of interest and creating opportunities for AAPG members to engage with each other to address these topics.TIGs are free to join for all AAPG members and non-members alike.

 
Granular approaches to the Permian Basin sub-basins and gaining an appreciation of their subtle geomechanics regimes, and the implications on drilling, fracture networks (natural and induced), and completion (including planning frac design with stages, fluids, proppants). Chaired By David Ferrell and Peter Hennings.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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Special Interest Groups (SIG)

Special Interest Groups (SIG) are focused on fostering engagement of AAPG members on areas of common non-technical interest. SIGs are free to join for all AAPG members and non-member alike.

 
The function of the Visiting Geoscientist Program SIG is to provide college and university students worldwide a balanced picture of geosciences in the petroleum, energy minerals, and environmental industries; provide information about careers in the geosciences; present a positive image of a geoscience professional; and encourage geoscience career options for young scientists of high caliber. These goals will be achieved through direct student contact during college and university visits by active geoscientists. To maintain active status as a VG, each committee member must complete at least one visit per fiscal year. This program is funded through the generosity of the Visiting Geoscientists, their companies, the AAPG Foundation and AAPG.
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