Officer candidate bios and ‘Why I’ statements continue to be available online.
AAPG President Scott Tinker sends a letter to U.S. President-elect Barack Obama calling for a coordinated approach to energy, economic and environmental policies.
Tough times in the industry? Perhaps. But that’s SO last year’s thinking. From a hiring standpoint, it may be a lot better than you think – especially for those just starting their careers.
Forget natural resources: the real shortage in the oil and gas industry is manpower.
On the road again: this year’s International Distinguished Lecturers are crossing the globe to share their information and expertise.
Meet an AAPG award-winning couple that’s about to take their geologic expertise to students in Bahrain – and who, like many couples involved in the same profession, has a marriage that is as much defined by their work as their work is by their marriage.
Make way for the ladies: the fourth annual Women's Global Leadership Conference showed that women have found a place in the industry – one that will only continue to grow.
What in the world just happened? When it comes to global oil discoveries, it turns out a lot happened in 2008 – and a lot of it happened in Latin America.
Two unconventional gas plays with superstar appeal similar to the Haynesville and Marcellus shales are making this winter a hot season for British Columbia.
All in the family: The three top field discoveries worldwide last year share a common “home” – all are located offshore southeastern Brazil in the Santos Basin.
Past, but not forgotten: For more than years the untapped 14 potential of Canada’s East Georges Bank Basin has tantalized explorationists – and its day of truth is getting closer.
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