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Election Results for AAPG officer candidates for the 2010-11.

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Looking for clues: Conjugate margins of the Atlantic Ocean return to the geologic spotlight – in a dramatically beautiful setting.

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In April, the good times were rolling again in New Orleans – there was plenty of music, food, exotic culture and a whole lot of fun.

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French team takes top prize in 2010 Imperial Barrel Awards competition.

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Bobby Ryan, vice president of Global Exploration for Chevron Global Upstream Oil and Gas, challenged AAPG’s members to choose the “unconventional” route forward, relying upon creativity – coupled with technological advances – to fundamentally change the way they view geological plays.

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Aubrey McClendon delivered the 2010 Michel T. Halbouty Lecture, “Shale Gas and America’s Future,” to a full house of about 750 at AAPG’s annual meeting

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This Years Discovery Thinking Session showcased six invited speakers sharing their personal “trek of an oil (and gas) finder.”

Emphasis: Rocky Mountain Roundup

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What’s the big story in the Rocky Mountains? Oil shale plays – and the Cretaceous Niobrara apparently is a mother lode waiting to be exploited.

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Utah update: First there was Covenant. Then there was Providence. So what’s next?

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How strange to think it was not so long ago that North American gas supplies were tight and prices, while volatile, were hovering around $13/Mcf.

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High-flying LiDAR technology continues to make important contributions to geological study.

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Wyoming has a number of firsts going for it: the first state that gave women the right to vote, for example, and the first to have a national park and monument (Yellowstone and Devil’s Tower respectively).

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