The way we were: 2011 was a busy year for the oil and gas industry – huge economic problems, yes, but a lot of great success stories.
Out of Africa: The deepwater Rovuma Basin off the coast of Mozambique is proving to be a bonanza for discovery.
Hot water, hot potential: The possibility of reaping the rewards of geothermal energy, especially along the Gulf of Mexico coast, is moving closer to reality.
Hall of Fame: Italy’s majestic Dolomites have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to the efforts of a dedicated team of geologists – including an AAPG member who knows the region like the back of his hand.
Let’s make a deal: AAPG’s annual Prospect and Property Expo – best known as APPEX – is the place to be to find international potential.
On one hand carbon capture and storage lacks governments' support in Europe. On the other hand understanding of CCS technology is growing.
Jonna Gentry, a ninth grade earth science teacher in Colorado, is this year’s winner of the AAPG Foundation Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Natural Resources in the Earth Sciences K-12 – or, simply, Teacher of the Year.
It was eight years ago that AAPG BULLETIN managing editor and geologist, June Chronos died but even as late as November 2011 she continued to give back to her passion – geology.
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