The AAPG candidates for the 2014-15 term on the AAPG Executive Committee are announced.
The program is decided for ICE 2013 in Cartagena, Colombia and a price increase is coming next month.
Lee Krystinik, principal with Fossil Creek Resources, has assumed the presidency of AAPG as the 2013-14 Executive Committee begins its term.
EIA's Petroleum Supply Monthly report shows oil production in the lower 48 states has increased over the last three years.
The oil and gas industry is waking up to an invisible threat – the risk of cyber-terrorist attacks and other information technology.
The call for abstracts is open for the 2014 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Houston. Deadline is mid-September.
The integrated teamwork approach used to reveal the assets of the Bakken shale has been effectively used for this unconventional conference.
Registration for URTeC continues to be available online. The registration price increases July 17.
New dimensions: Geoscientists study how 3-D views of Eagle Ford outcrops are a great tool.
Some things are worth waiting for: The potential of the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale has the E&P industry chomping at the bit, awaiting the seven billion barrels of oil estimated for recovery.
Think fast: A new risk-based approach to geomechanics is being used to help solve horizontal drilling problems.
A perfect combo – Hydraulic fracture stimulation with horizontal drilling is contributing to the shale play successes in the United States and around the world.
Pittsburgh brought a fresh and exciting feel to this year’s AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition.
Student award winners have been announced for best oral poster presentations at the recent AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in Pittsburgh.
Geoscience students from the University of Utah took the top prize in this year’s AAPG/AAPG Foundation Imperial Barrel Award competition.
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