AAPG will join with the Society of Exploration Geophysicists in the publication of a new, peer-reviewed journal for advancing the practice of subsurface interpretation.
Chevron Corporation has made a multi-year commitment of $1 million over four years in support of AAPG student programs.
The spotlight is on AAPG Honorary Member Dan Tearpock who shares the ‘The 10 Habits’ for successful prospect generation and evaluation.
Ballots have been mailed and online voting is now open in the election of new officers for the AAPG 2013-14 Executive Committee
An AAPG member is asked to provide a study on fractures and seismicity in New York, putting him at the epicenter of the state's debate over the use of hydraulic fracturing.
The AAPG BULLETIN has expanded its online presence to include a preview of upcoming BULLETIN articles.For AAPG award-winning geology professor Carlton Brett, the earth is his classroom. Literally.
Industry and academia are teaming up to pump up activity in the Mississippian of the Midcontinent United States.
Online registration for this year's AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition is now available – and the first deadline for reduced registration fees is arriving this month.
The AAPG Foundation’s Distinguished Lecture spring tours are slated to begin March 4 and will include five speakers traveling throughout North America.
The technical program has been set for the inaugural Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC).
There is a palpable sense among those who track such things that oilfield service companies will have a better 2013 than 2012 – and the news couldn't come at a better time.
Geophysical interpretation is playing a major role in optimizing production performance via well placement, especially in tight oil reservoirs.
What happens in the reservoir following hydrofracturing? Microseismic monitoring is providing some important answers.
A regional database of more than 3,500 producing Eagle Ford wells is helping to highlight production trends and optimal engineering parameters.
3-D seismic data are being viewed as the way to reduce drilling cost overruns and maximize ultimate recovery from a shale-producing field – and for relatively minimal additional cost.
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