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The petroleum industry has changed and is under attack. Many want to stop production of carbon-based fuels. There is a logic to this if we look to the future. We need to sustain energy production and fill the holes in the current alternative energy industries like solar, wind turbines, geothermal and advanced batteries. This does not mean oil industry jobs will be eliminated. They will just change.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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The results are in for the AAPG officer election for the president-elect, vice president – regions, and secretary. Thank you for your voting participation!

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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AAPG has a long history as a proactive organization focused on advancing geology, especially as it relates to petroleum, natural gas, other subsurface fluids and mineral resources. As part of this focus, AAPG supports the vital role that AAPG geoscientists play in improving the human condition while minimizing environmental impacts as our members tackle the energy transition’s immense challenges. To this end, future issues of the Environmental Geosciences journal are becoming part of the AAPG Bulletin.

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

Current Newsletter Issue

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In this issue:

  • Zabriskie Point of Death Valley
  • DEG Invited Speakers and Planned Technical Sessions, ACE 2019 Meeting
  • Industry and the Environment: News from Recent Professional Meetings

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