Officer candidate bios and ‘Why I’ statements continue to be available online.
Online registration has opened for this year’s AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in Denver – and the sooner you register, the more money you can save.
Back to the basics: “Recruits” become armed for success during their stay at Houston-based Subsurface Consultants and Associates’ 12-week-long geosciences boot camp.
East Texas activity thriving: The Deep Bossier play in the Amoruso Field has all the potential components for a huge gas pay.
Sometimes finding the Big One doesn’t call for high-tech applications. Past AAPG president John Amoruso talks about having a concept, which led to the 2004 discovery of his namesake.
Europe needs a remedy: Years of worry about reliable gas supply from Russia has Europe looking north for gas exploration. Algeria may be just what the doctor ordered.
North Africa is not generally known for its elephants – that is, creatures of an animal nature. But recent activity offers hope for elephants of a hydrocarbon nature.
Years of damage and destruction have earned the GOM the title “Hurricane Central.” But how bad is it? The Minerals Management Service provides some suprising answers.
Provo, Utah’s Ty Robinson has been named AAPG’s 2009 Earth Science Teacher of the Year.
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