It’s a wonderful life: Being named a winner of AAPG’s Pioneer Award never occurred to J. Myles Bowen – despite his prominent role in a number of huge industry success stories, including the Nelson Field.
Added on 01 February, 2011
Student Chapter awards and awards for student technical presentations given at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in San Antonio have been announced by the Convention Organizing and Student Chapters committees.
Added on 01 September, 2008
Added on 01 January, 2000
Latin America offers some of the most promising and most perplexing exploration prospects on the planet.
Added on 01 August, 2013
Latin America’s current story of exploration, development and potential may be the best known among all parts of the globe – and not just because AAPG recently held its successful international conference in Rio de Janeiro.
Added on 01 February, 2010
Explorer Historical Highlight
The story of geology and exploration in Venezuela has been written by dozens of geologists who made a difference in that country. By extension and through mentorship and writing, their impacts continue today.
Added on 01 January, 2014
Exploration geologists are scientists and dreamers, observers and analysts.
Added on 01 October, 2013
Explorer Policy Watch
It’s common knowledge, and it’s wrong. The top suppliers of crude oil to the United States are Canada and Mexico.
Added on 01 September, 2010
Explorer Regions and Sections
As we enter the last quarter of this calendar year – one that saw the world economy shaken, global health challenged by a new flu strain and of oil and gas prices back at levels no one thought they would ever return to – we can be grateful that our Association is healthy and in good standing.
Added on 01 November, 2009
Explorer Spotlight On…
The Caribbean Basins Tectonics Hydrocarbon project is now in the stretch drive of its planned triple-phase program.
Added on 01 October, 2012