Officers for the 2011-12 Executive Committee have been elected and the results are in.
"Creative Ideas and New Technology" are the stars for the annual meeting of 2012. Abstracts are now being sought for the Long Beach meeting.
A final thought: AAPG Explorer of the Year Doug Strickland was a man who always dreamed big– and, to no one’s surprise, he never lost that gift.
Something new? A significant new Bakken Shale play has finally warmed up in northwest Montana.
Multiple choice: Exploration in the Rocky Mountain region continues to be dominated by the intense interest in the potential of the far-reaching and target-diverse Niobrara shale and petroleum system.
Hidden treasure? States throughout the Rocky Mountain region may be sitting on huge geothermal energy potentials.
With "Energy on the Rocks" as its theme this year's AAPG Rocky Mountain Section meeting will spotlight the potential of Wyoming's Niobrara shale play.
Colorado state geologist warns 3-D Seismic Symposium attendees “We’re depleting natural resources all over the world.”
The chief executive of the Institute for 21st Century Energy warns of the costs of BANANA (Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anything).
The hiding place: For centuries, people looked at the Middle East and saw only a desert – but where others saw sand, a few geologists saw elephants hiding in a place that eventually would be called Ghawar.
The House of Delegates made a change in the bylaws that now allows graduating student members to extend their student status for two years.
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