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Share your knowledge, innovations and research at the premier integrated geosciences event, ICE 2017, incorporating AAPG’s 100th Anniversary. Your expert contribution and practical guidance will help promote and advance the exploration and production of global energy resources.

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Geoscientists Without Borders supports humanitarian applications of geoscience around the world.

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What would you give for an early detection system for earthquakes? Detecting those first waves of compression could help.

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What’s next? Leaders of three AAPG Regions talk about anticipated activity and potential challenges their areas face in 2011. 

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Explorer Emphasis

 

By one measure, 2016 shaped up to be the worst time for international oil and gas discoveries in years. By another, last year looks like the worst for international oil additions in decades.

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Selected highlights from international exploration activity in 2015.
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Some highlights from international activity in 2014.

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Deeper targets, higher excitement: Industry enthusiasm for shale gas (and oil) plays just keeps escalating – and the interest is going global.

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Explorer Historical Highlight

 

When one of us joined Royal Dutch Shell in 1980, seven out of 27 young professionals in the basic training course were Swiss – a remarkable number of students from a tiny country that does not produce oil or gas. The term “Swiss mafia” was coined by our Dutch colleagues, and it wasn’t meant in a complimentary sense.

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Explorer Regions and Sections

 
It has been an interesting and eventful year in Europe for AAPG. With all the less-than-good news around, we felt it was important to maintain a program of events and activities throughout the year. Although we are constrained by the events in the industry we have still tried to match the wishes of the members.
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Workshop

Bucharest Romania 17 May, 2016 18 May, 2016 28757
 
Bucharest, Romania
17-18 May 2016
This course is designed to teach advanced students the principles, concepts and application of sequence stratigraphy as applied to siliciclastic facies in non-marine, shallow marine, and deep water environments.
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