Riding High, Africa Region Eyes Crucial Event  
By Carol McGowen / November 2012

The trend of exploration success in many parts of Africa is almost unprecedented.

Middle East Region Sets GTW Lineup  
By Carol McGowen / October 2012

In an effort to continue serving the geosciences community in the Middle East, AAPG Middle East Region will be offering a number of Geosciences Technology Workshops (GTWs) where the attendees, practitioners and scientists will have an opportunity to discuss real cases, issues and experiences.

Rocky Mountain, Eastern Section Meetings Set This Month  
By Carol McGowen / September 2012

September will be a busy month for the AAPG Sections – two groups will be holding their annual meetings, both in locales that boast geologic industry history and plenty of entertainment opportunities. 

AAPG Making Strides In Diverse Pacific Region  
By Carol McGowen / August 2012

AAPG’s Asia Pacific Region comprises members living in a geographically large and complex area drawn from the most ethnically and culturally diverse area of the Earth; it includes the “stans” in the west (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan), the Indian subcontinent, southeast Asia, north Asia – including China, Korea and Japan – together with Oceania (PNG, Australia, New Zealand).

Palo Duro Canyon To Get Starring Role  
By Carol McGowen / June 2012

Something new: The spectacular Palo Duro Canyon will be the setting for the Mid-Continent Section’s inaugural Biennial Field Conference – a new concept that may bring big dividends to smaller local societies.

Nigeria Potential Waiting to be Tapped  
By Carol McGowen / May 2012

Oil production in Nigeria started in 1958 after the discovery of Oloibiri oil field in 1956.

AAPG, SEG to Open Joint Office in Dubai  
By Carol McGowen / April 2012

AAPG and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) are opening a joint office in Dubai UAE to facilitate services to members in the Middle East, India and North Africa.

Canada, Gas Industry Adjusts to Supply, Demand  
By Carol McGowen / March 2012

Frigid temperatures and blizzard conditions moved across Europe in early February, setting new records – and as temperatures fell, gas prices from the main pipeline in Russia rose to the highest levels since 2006.

Shared Shale Experience is a Great Tool  
By Carol McGowen / February 2012

Geoscientists and others working the booming plays of Latin America know experience is a great tool.

Keepin’ Busy in Europe   
By Jeremy Richardson / December 2011

AAPG’s Europe Region has a new president: Welcome to Vlasta Dvorakova, who has been a very active president-elect over the past couple of years before assuming the presidential reins in June.Vlasta works for the Czech Geological Survey in Brno, Czech Republic.

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Carol Cain McGowen is the development manager for AAPG's Regions and Sections. She may be contacted via email , or telephone at 1-918-560-9403.

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