Going Back to First Principles  
By David Curtiss / August 2017

Earlier last month I opened the 2015 biography of Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance and spent the weekend learning about this visionary and controversial polymath and entrepreneur.

Let Your Life Be in Harmony with Your Words  
By David Curtiss / July 2017

AAPG is about community, and it has been since our founding Members gathered together in Tulsa, Oklahoma more than 100 years ago.

All Eyes Are on Unconventionals  
By David Curtiss / June 2017

As U.S. production continues to grow, all eyes are focused on OPEC and its recent May 25 meeting to determine whether to keep production cuts in place in an effort to maintain oil prices.

It’s Time to Get Exploring  
By David Curtiss / May 2017

There are many looming questions for our profession, from the evolving role of geoscience in conventional and unconventional exploration and production to how alternative energy sources will affect global energy markets in the years and decades ahead.

Nothing New Under the Sun, Or in the Oil Patch  
By David Curtiss / April 2017

Oil prices go up. Oil prices go down. This should perhaps be added to the list of sure things in life, alongside death and taxes.

A Milestone for Our Tribe  
By David Curtiss / March 2017

We all have milestones in our lives – those times that, in retrospect, we recognize as formative or transitionary, in which one chapter of our lives ends and another begins.

Learn the Art of the Deal at NAPE  
By David Curtiss / February 2017

This month, we will gather with fellow oil and gas professionals who share our values to focus on an essential piece of the oil and gas business: the deal.

Revealing the Past, Focusing on the Future  
By David Curtiss / January 2017

It’s appropriate that we look back into our history. After all, our science is built on the foundation of those who went before us, observing, measuring and intuiting earth processes.

Meeting Rising Oil Demand with New Thinking  
By David Curtiss / December 2016

Demand will flatten and peak. But consider how much oil must be found and produced simply to maintain a demand growth rate of zero percent.

Gratitude: A Virtue and a Discipline  
By David Curtiss / November 2016

A practice of identifying the people, things and experiences in our lives for which we can be thankful can help us deal with life’s adversities.

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David Curtiss is an AAPG Member and was named AAPG Executive Director in August 2011. He was previously Director of the AAPG GEO-DC Office in Washington D.C.

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