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The way we were: 2011 was a busy year for the oil and gas industry – huge economic problems, yes, but a lot of great success stories.

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Out of Africa: The deepwater Rovuma Basin off the coast of Mozambique is proving to be a bonanza for discovery.

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Hot water, hot potential: The possibility of reaping the rewards of geothermal energy, especially along the Gulf of Mexico coast, is moving closer to reality.

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Hall of Fame: Italy’s majestic Dolomites have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to the efforts of a dedicated team of geologists – including an AAPG member who knows the region like the back of his hand.

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Let’s make a deal: AAPG’s annual Prospect and Property Expo – best known as APPEX– is the place to be to find international potential.

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On one hand carbon capture and storage lacks governments' support in Europe. On the other hand understanding of CCS technology is growing.

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Jonna Gentry, a ninth grade earth science teacher in Colorado, is this year’s winner of the AAPG Foundation Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Natural Resources in the Earth Sciences K-12 – or, simply, Teacher of the Year.

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It was eight years ago that AAPG BULLETIN managing editor and geologist, June Chronos died but even as late as November 2011 she continued to give back to herpassion – geology.

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