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Learning is important—now more than ever. How do you equip yourself for changing times? How do you deepen and broaden your knowledge? Here is an informal place to find out what we’re doing, what we’re planning, and how we’re listening to you. Dr. Susan Nash, AAPG’s Director of Education and Professional Development, shares the new territory she’s introducing to AAPG with courses and dynamic new workshops. She is also planning more interactive, Web 2.0 offerings. So, give her your input about the best and worst of the wild and woolly world of webinars, Web-based training, and open courseware.

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The dynamics of fluid behavior and structural movement on the nano-scale can be complicated and not always what was expected. New research that analyzes the well information and cores using new techniques and technologies is yielding important and useful results. Welcome to an interview with Wen Zhou, Chengdu University of Technology, who discusses recent research findings.

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Primary research in hydrocarbon generation is yielding new insights into the natural gas geochemical characteristics of conventional and unconventional reservoirs, along with discoveries relating to the geomechanical processes. Welcome to an interview with Chenglin Liu, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, who discusses enlightening new findings regarding the relationship between salinity and hydrocarbon geochemical characteristics.

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Attend the AAPG Drone Workshop and Short Course (Nov 30, Dec 1-2 in Houston) and let AAPG launch your new or expanded ventures. Emerge with a project that will help you land contracts and connections.

All attendees will learn how to get started with drone-based mapping, and each attendee will receive his or her own AAPG drone-focused project which can help you build your resume. Use your AAPG project to launch your new line of business and new sources of revenue. We will also discuss marketing your services.

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During a downturn, diversify! Broaden your base with drones.

New information on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, drones, and how they can be utilized in the detection of methane leaks around unconventional gas and oilfield sites, are of great interest in the oil and gas industry today.

Dyan Gibbens of Trumbull Unmanned, in Houston, TX will discuss the challenges, advancements and lessons learned at the New Opportunities with Drones: New Needs, FAA Rule Changes, New Technologies workshop December 1-2, 2016, at the Norris Conference Center in Houston, TX.

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While multi-rotor drones have flexibility and can work in tight spaces, they may not have the enough range and cannot carry enough weight for large projects. Fixed-wing drones can often provide the solution needed for a large surveying or surface geology study. Welcome to an interview with Lyndon Nance, who discusses his experiences with large mapping projects in which he uses fixed-wing drones.

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Small drones, both fixed wing and multirotor, are tools well suited to capturing the imagery required for aerial mapping. The requirements for getting started in this business are less than one might think, but there's a significant difference between an attractive looking map and an accurate product. Welcome to an interview with Jeff Campbell, managing partner of Vertical Aspect, the managing partner of Vertical Aspect, a small company specializing in consulting, training and sales of products associated with UAV (drone) mapping.

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With each succeeding generation of technology, recoverable reserves increase in mature fields. However, there can be challenges because, despite the amount of information that is available, mature fields can be complex. The key is a robust reservoir model. Welcome to an interview with Sharma Dronamraju, AKD Professional Solutions, who discusses the best ways to build reservoir models and plan to revitalize a mature field.

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Dr. Larry Chorn was the perfect instructor for the Petroleum Economics short course held in Houston, Texas on September 22, 2016. He was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about sharing his experience with the course attendees. After attending this course, energy specialist will be better prepared for the challenges they'll face in today's every changing petroleum environment.

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Eastern Mexico has been one of the most prolific and most complex regions of the world, and many believe there is still great potential for undiscovered giant and super-giant fields. Welcome to an interview with Stephen Cossey, whose work in eastern Mexico, both onshore and offshore, are pointing to exciting new potential.

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Hot pipes set me free! Tar sands, heavy oil, paraffin — three killers of mature fields. Finally, a simple and effective solution — hot pipes! It’s a great concept, but does it work? Here’s a continuation of an interview with Dr. Richard Snow, Pyrophase, who answers questions about their technology that helps stimulate flow in wells with paraffin or low-gravity oil problems.

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