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The 2011-12 officers have been elected.


In the mid-continent Mississippi Lime, it’s the same song and a totally new verse – with a challenging geological chorus.


A new hydrocarbon play in Kansas and Oklahoma is drawing interest to possibilities in several Mississippian formations.


About 10 years ago there was major buzz and much hand wringing over predictions of big time natural gas shortages for the United States.


Obviously, Mark Twain was not referring to today’s climate change debate when he said, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.”


AAPG award-winning geologist Tony Doré once almost tossed a budding career in geology to hit the road with his guitar.


Just one year ago drilling in the off-limits eastern Gulf of Mexico appeared to be on the cusp of getting the green light from the U.S. government as calls for “drill, baby, drill” emanated from politicians as well as the ordinary Joe.

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