AAPG has frequently been asked to provide testimony to state and national lawmakers. Listed here are the printed statements provided for the record before the United States Congress.


A widely accepted view in the energy sector is that the United States' energy supplies will diversify over the coming decades. New and alternative energy sources will increasingly supplement existing conventional energy sources to meet consumer energy needs at affordable prices.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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