Candidates for executive committee offices remain available for Member review.
Famed 3-D modeling researcher Dietrich Welte and past AAPG president Stephen Sonnenberg lead the list of 45 people who have been named to received AAPG honors and awards.
Jokers may be wild: Trying to predict what lies ahead for the energy industry, according to one expert, is a risky bet.
The Caribbean Basins Tectonics Hydrocarbon project is now in the stretch drive of its planned triple-phase program.
Making a Difference: Human trafficking takes a horrific toll on lives around the world, but one AAPG member and his wife have dedicated their lives to exposing the tragedy – and helping those who have suffered most.
This is it! October 11 abstracts submissions for the 2013 annual meeting will be closed. The next annual meeting is just around the corner.
Technology might be the biggest story in the Gulf of Mexico and the strategic importance of the area may remain for years ahead. [sidebar]
Back for more: Operators found new success when they took another look at Louisiana’s Wilcox play.
Closest of trends: Geoscientists experienced a huge “aha!” moment that started with the realization that Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale and Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale have a lot in common.
Nuisance? For a long time the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale was considered an irritating target for drillers – but time and economic dynamics have a way of changing perspectives.
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