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1931
 

Edward A. “Ted” Beaumont, senior geologist with SM Energy in Tulsa, assumed the presidency of AAPG on July 1.

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AAPG officer candidates have been announced for the 2013-14 term.

1933
 

The name game: Unraveling the geologic complexities of the Granite Wash is tough enough, but one team of geologists went one better – they unraveled the mystery of the clashing nomenclatures.

1934
 

Something old, something new: The venerable Austin Chalk has been a part of the U.S. oil story for more than three decades – but a new assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey has added a new chapter to its tale.

1936
 

Pesky hydrocarbons just want out: Is the trap half-full or half-empty?

1937
 

Lee Allison, the state geologist and director of the Arizona Geological Survey, knows a lot about the coming need for strategic investment in data integration – and about how to succeed in today's political climate.

1938
 

ProTracks: AAPG’s Young Professionals initiative took another big step forward with three specific – and successful – events at the recent AAPG annual convention.

Emphasis: Shale Horizons

1939
 

Who’s in charge? Successful shale production strategies should include a crucial mantra: “Plan, Plan, Plan.”

1940
 

The third dimension: Continued improvements in new technologies such as 3-D seismic are helping some companies deal with the cost of successful shale exploration.

1941
 

All for one and one for all: It took a team effort to find exploration success in theWolfcamp Shale.

1945
 

Shale List Grows: Production from unconventional reservoirs, particularly shale, has been a boon to U.S. domestic natural gas stockpiles.

1948
 

A new report from the U.K., headed by a petroleum geologist who's familiar to AAPG audiences, recommends caution and some restrictions for use of hydraulic fracturing in new areas.

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