A multi-disciplinary team of geoscientists has developed a new framework for the north Red Sea region – and their findings may cause a new reassessment of the area’s resource potential.
ProTracks: The Write Stuff: One AAPG member believes that the ability to communicate is essential to a geoscientist’s career – and he’s helping his peers learn how to embrace rather than shun the craft of writing.
The fast-approaching AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in Milan will showcase a comprehensive unconventional resources program with global scope, ranging in scale from the nanopore to the petroleum system, exploring the latest in applied geoscience and engineering.
Officer candidate information will soon be posted to the AAPG website.
Curtain going up: After years of being overlooked, the Gulf Coast’s Tuscaloosa Marine Shale is shaping up to be the next big U.S. shale oil play.
Back in business: Signs of life can be found in the Gulf of Mexico, thanks to a big discovery at one site and a big development step at another.
Quality control: Our understanding of the origins of oil in the Gulf of Mexico continues to evolve – as has our insight into the impact that oil quality has on overall success.
Death wish? State legislators are looking to cut funding for the Louisiana Geological Survey, which could lead to its demise.
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