On the cover: Experts predicted it would be a hot region, and they were correct – the American Rockies continue to deliver the exploration and production success stories, as this month’s EXPLORER examines with several stories. Our cover shot, capturing a perfect blend of activity in a beautiful setting, is the Koskie rig in the Paradox Basin.
Photo courtesy of Bill Barrett Corp.
May 15 is the last day you may cast your vote for AAPG officers.
The much-debated AAPG graduated dues structure was overwhelmingly approved by the House of Delegates during their recent meeting in Long Beach.
Take a “peak” at this: Findings from a recent AAPG Hedberg Conference suggest that world oil production could reach a plateau within 13 years.
Just the facts: The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program is dedicated to advancing scientific understanding of the earth – in a non-partisan, non-political way.
Alternative energy sources are a hot topic these days. Turning chicken fat into biodiesel? And then there are tne non-alternative energy sources...confused? Maybe the future will sort it all out.
Promise keepers: Experts predicted the Rocky Mountain region would one day be the king of the U.S. exploration hill, and fields throughout the region are living up to the potential.
Western wonderland: Southwest Wyoming has almost everything you could want in a Rocky Mountain hydrocarbon province.
Legal restrictions and red tape remain facts of life – and sources of frustration – for Rocky Mountain oil and gas explorers.
All in the family: A new film about petroleum geologists and their families sheds light on the passions – and connections – that bind them together.
Smiles were all around, with good reason, at the recent AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach.
Luncheon topices were diverse with DPA looking at the world's energy outlook; EMD focusing on China and India's efforts to secure energy and mineral supplies; and DEG looking deeper into challenges geologists face.
Students were thrilled learning the outcome of the Imperial Barrel Award which was introduced for this meeting.