A delicate balance: Some see beautiful vistas, abundant wildlife, a recreational paradise. Others see a promising geologic structure and a beautiful energy potential. What’s next for the Pinedale field?
Who’s counting? An effort is under way – again – to synchronize the numbering of oil and gas wells.
Debuting this month is an online course for earth science teachers of high school students. The online course is designed around TEKSstandards and is provided through the American College of Education by one of AAPG’s Honorary Members.
The ties that bind: One was once the graduate student seeking his doctorate, the other was the teacher who had just been given his first graduate student. That was then. This year, they will share the stage in Houston as AAPG award winners.
Historical Highlight: The Miri Field was discovered in 1910 in northwest Borneo and one year later it produced 1,950 barrels of oil.
Colorado Springs fourth grade teacher Sharon Milito has been named this year’s AAPG Earth Science Teacher of the Year.
Your slip is showing? The seismic industry seeks to regain its place as the industry’s top technology.
The venerable Arkoma Basin is the focus of some renewed attention, thanks to new evaluation of 3-D seismic inversion data.
The next dimension: 3-D seismic data is helping companies optimize drilling plans in the Eagle Ford play.
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