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This year’s Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies (GCAGS) annual meeting, set Sept. 25-27 in Lafayette, La., is being called “Visualize the Possibilities” -- with good reason. Convention organizers promise to “Wow!” audiences with 3-D simulations that are built on visually immersive technology.

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Verbal write-offs of the Gulf of Mexico are nothing new; it wasn’t all that long ago that the region was derisively referred to as The Dead Sea. To the surprise of many industry watchers, however, the “dead” region came roaring back to life -- rather quickly -- becoming the locus of an unprecedented level of E&P activity.

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Explorer Policy Watch

As many members already are aware, the U.S. House of Representatives during consideration of the federal government’s 2007 budget has appropriated approximately 25 percent of its 2006 budget for oil and natural gas R&D. While few of us, as taxpayers, believe that growing the deficit is good for tomorrow’s taxpayers, the climate in which the House actions has proceeded reflects both the unpopularity of the oil and gas industry in Washington and the tendency of elected officials to play to popular themes in the eyes of their constituents.

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The Division of Professional Affairs (DPA) represents Certified Petroleum Geologists and is involved with professionalism, leadership, ethics, education and current political matters. DPA has over 3,100 members and is a leader in many AAPG efforts, including our new office in Washington, D.C. (GEO-DC), and many other initiatives.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

AAPG just had its fiscal year’s end and we are happy to report that we had a good year financially. Fiscal year 2005-06 was very productive and we had numerous milestones. I thank Pete Rose and his Executive Committee for their support and leadership.

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Explorer Article

Perhaps nothing offers politicians in the nation’s capitol a better opportunity to grandstand than rising energy prices, particularly gasoline. Political posturing can reach absurd levels. A price-gouging investigation? A $100 gasoline rebate? Really?

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Explorer Article

Some people who believe in Peak Oil look very worried. They say that society, governments, nations have to act today to avoid an economic disaster in the future. But they have a problem. How do you sound an alarm without sounding alarming?

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Explorer Article

A March announcement that the U.S. Geological Survey had identified undiscovered oil reserves 18 times the amount originally thought in a certain location and three times the amount of natural gas there likely caused many a Pavlovian response. Whetted appetites may have dried a bit with the realization of the potentially lucrative site’s location: northern Afghanistan.

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Officials are calling the first-ever AAPG European Region conference to be held in Mallorca, Spain, a “great success.” The conference, “Architecture of Carbonate Systems Through Time,” was held in late April and attracted over 130 attendees from 31 countries -- and over half of those attending were members of AAPG.

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Explorer Policy Watch

Even with Congress in recess a large part of the month of April, Washington remains an active place -- and to help keep everyone better informed, Carl J. Smith and the Government Affairs Committee are working to reactivate the system of “Action Alerts” for notifying members of pertinent issues.

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Book Now! Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities Available. The American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) 2020 Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) will be held 7–10 June, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas. ACE remains a symbol and the intellectual headquarters for providing the technology, science, and skills to help fuel our future. 

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AAPG publications are widely read by geologists, geophysicists and reservoir engineers. Are they your target audience? Then take advantage of the many advertising opportunities available in AAPG’s news and journal magazines.

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Sponsorships are now available for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' 2020 Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) to be held 7–10 June, in Houston, Texas.

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Exhibit space is available for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' 2020 Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) to be held 7–10 June, in Houston, Texas.

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