The summer of 2017 is the summer for AAPG and the Visiting Geoscientist Program! Each Tuesday and Thursday, beginning 6 June, join Visiting Geoscientist Fred Schroeder for a one-hour live webinar. The series follows a two-semester course designed and developed by Schroeder to instruct students on the basics of geology and geophysics in the petroleum industry.

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Get involved in AAPG N.E.T., an online space for TIGs and SIGs where you can Network, Engage and Talk with other geoscientists.

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After the massive discovery offshore Alaska’s North Slope last year, recent recommendations by the National Petroleum Council, among other developments, the Arctic Circle is becoming a hotspot for offshore exploration.

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Independent geologist Denise Cox, president of Florida-based Storm Energy, has been voted president-elect of AAPG for the 2017-18 term.

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The Next 100 Years: Oil and gas E&P will always require an enormous amount of capital expenditure, but two big shifts will are coming that will affect investment patterns in a big way.

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Don't miss the chance to put your brand front and center and in the minds of geoscience professionals from around the globe. ICE London is the one event you can't afford to miss in 2017. Secure your sponsorships today!

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Confidently defining the trajectory of faults that control structural traps is a recurring challenge for seismic interpreters. In regions with fault related folds, seismic and well data often constrain the upper fold geometry but the location and displacement of the controlling fault are unknown.
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Well logs such as spontaneous potential and gamma ray historically have been the only tools available for facies evaluation of non-cored wells in the McMurray Formation.
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The Canada Region young professionals (YPs) had a great finish to 2016, including welcoming some new members to the organizing committee.

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Michael Collier, this year’s Geosciences in the Media Award winner, has a voracious appetite for knowledge and an eye for geologic beauty.

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