Executive committee election results: Lee Krystinik has been voted president-elect by the AAPG membership for the 2012-13 term and will serve as AAPG president in 2013-14.
Here, there and everywhere: For the first time, cable-free self-contained nodal systems are being used in an onshore-offshore combination – and in a challenging location.
Early detection: A Canadian geophysicist is finding success by incorporating existing 3-D data to determine fracture networks in the Bakken Shale.
Something new: The spectacular Palo Duro Canyon will be the setting for the Mid-Continent Section’s inaugural Biennial Field Conference – a new concept that may bring big dividends to smaller local societies.
Going natural: A three-vehicle caravan heads from Texas to California powered by compressed natural gas.
Spotlight on: Timothy T. Schowalter, who just received this year’s AAPG Pioneer Award in Long Beach, Calif., has a confession to make about two of his most important and celebrated published works.
Oh give me a home where the buffalo … coexist with the oil industry. Thanks to a lot of cooperation and mutual respect, such a place exists at Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie Preserve.
Reduced Registration Fee Deadline for ICE 2012 in Singapore is June 27.
Historical Highlights: In spite of secrecy, lack of access to well data, long-time BP employee was privileged to become involved in a major petroleum province before it was discovered and stayed with it until it reached maturity.
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