Explorer Emphasis Article

A number of interesting stories came out of international exploration in 2015. Let’s get to the big one right away: Everybody – everybody – was talking about the Eni SpA discovery of a supergiant gas accumulation offshore Egypt. It became the year’s mind-blower.

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EMD Blog

Are you interested in becoming an active member on the EMD Executive Committee? We are looking for three volunteer positions for the upcoming 2016 - 17 year (beginning in July): secretary (two - year term), vice president (one - year term); and president-elect (three - year term). The president-elect is a one - year term, followed by one year as President; and a third year as past president after the election.

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Explorer Policy Watch

For over two years Congress has complained about delays in the government permitting process for liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals, and several bills were introduced to accelerate the processing of natural gas export applications.

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Explorer Regions and Sections

In the Middle East, massive oil and gas reserves aside, the industry also has had to make adjustments to cope with this new price environment. Despite this current malaise, the AAPG in the Middle East continues its mission to promote this region as the global center of excellence for petroleum geology.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

A recent project in the Gulf of Mexico improved on the detection and mapping of hydrocarbons using additional technologies alongside seismic and satellite data.

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Explorer Article

The AAPG-AAPG Foundation Distinguished Lecture program, the Association's flagship initiative for sharing the latest in scientific thought, concepts and advances, starts its new season in November with a lecture tour of North America.

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Explorer Policy Watch

Congress long has been interested in ending the ban on the export of U.S. crude oil – and their interest in oil exports has increased with the recent international agreement to lift the nuclear-related sanctions on Iran.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Still feeling optimistic about the near-term future of oil? Here’s something to think about: When Iran, Iraq and Libya return to their full production potential, the world price of crude oil could fall considerably lower.

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Asia Pacific Blog

AAPG Asia Pacific is proud to once again host another GTW, this time with the support of PTTEP Ltd, Chevron Inc and CCOP.  This will take place 31 March-1 April 2016, in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Explorer Division Column EMD

Oil shale is a rich petroleum source rock that never got buried deep enough to generate oil and gas. Worldwide, oil shale is a massive resource that potentially could yield a trillion barrels of oil and gas equivalent.

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