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Technical Interest Groups (TIGs)

Technical Interest Groups (TIG) are designed to grow and deepen community with AAPG by focusing on technical topics of interest and creating opportunities for AAPG members to engage with each other to address these topics.TIGs are free to join for all AAPG members and non-members alike.

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Best practices and emerging technologies for economically recovering oil using CO2 enhanced oil recovery methods. Chaired by Jesse Garnett White and Mike Raines.
 
Using what we know about neuroscience and the way that the brain generates idea to push the boundaries of model-making and knowledge construction; intersections of human and machine learning. Chaired by Henry Pettingill, Niven Shumaker, and Bill Fairhurst
 
Discipline in decision-making; modeling risk and creating an array of scenarios for decision-making and also applying to reserve estimates. Chaired by Bill Haskett.
 
Applying new analytics, neural networks, computational approaches using structured and unstructured data, and also training neural networks with supervised and unsupervised algorithms. Chaired by Patrick Ng, Bo Chen, and Yang Liu.
 
Controversies and new information about the tectonics and sedimentary processes in the Gulf of Mexico, with an emphasis on new models and new information. Chaired by John Snedden and Stephen Cossey.
 
How detrital zircon is the literal Rosetta Stone of deep marine clastics, revealing provenance, depositional history, and timing. Chaired by John Snedden.
 
Technology and techniques (equipment, software, workflows, survey designs) to allow individuals to enhance their capabilities with data obtained from drones and drone surveys. Chaired by Karl Osvald and James McDonald.
 
New techniques and technologies for characterizing fractures, both natural and induced, at macro, micro, and nano scales, with an emphasis on the interplay of geochemistry and mechanical regimes, to better map fluid flows. Chaired by Scott Cooper and John Lorenz.
 
Comparing the uses of direct hydrocarbon indicators in geochemistry and compiling archives of case studies in order to economically and efficiently apply the techniques in exploration. Chaired by Rick Schrynemeeckers.
 
New developments in geochemistry, with an emphasis on the generation and maturation of hydrocarbons, and the implications for exploration and development. Chaired by Michael Abrams.
 
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Headquarters Contacts

Susan Nash, Ph.D. Director, Innovation and Emerging Science and Technology +1 918 560 2604