Learning is important—now more than ever. How do you equip yourself for changing times? How do you deepen and broaden your knowledge? Here is an informal place to find out what we’re doing, what we’re planning, and how we’re listening to you. Dr. Susan Nash, AAPG’s Director of Education and Professional Development, shares the new territory she’s introducing to AAPG with courses and dynamic new workshops. She is also planning more interactive, Web 2.0 offerings. So, give her your input about the best and worst of the wild and woolly world of webinars, Web-based training, and open courseware.

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Understanding the business side of oil and gas exploration and development is fundamental to success, especially in times of uncertainty and disruptive technologies. Welcome to an interview with Joe Dumesnil, Overland Oil and Gas. Joe will be speaking at the AAPG Annual Convention in the Special Session on the Business of Oil and Gas.

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Innovations Bring Once-dying Shale Plays Back to Life Join us in Houston Texas, on April 26, 2018 to uncover the technologic innovations applied to the Haynesville gas play, that have seen a spike in production due to these advances.

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This workshop will bring the attendees up to date with the latest academic and case-studies from the field of advanced surface logging technologies.

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Knowing the best software and workflows for processing information from drones is vitally important for developing powerful 3D models and accurate maps. Welcome to an interview with Belinda Betancourt Dow, who discusses the specific products she uses in developing maps and models.

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Nano-satellites combined with advanced analytics are transforming the surface imaging world. An interview with Sean Donegan, CEO & President and Allan Adams, Director of Science and Professional Services, from Satelytics

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Cloud-based reservoir modeling is changing the way that we analyze and value reservoirs. Welcome to an interview with Tao Wang, who discusses a new cloud-based reservoir modeling software program. Cloud-based analytics for reservoir modeling and characterization will be featured in Theme 9, Energy Innovation, at ACE / Salt Lake City. Please submit an abstract now: http://ace.aapg.org/2018/technical-program/program

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Division of Environmental Geosciences members have an opportunity to help solve the mystery of freshwater contamination in northern Oklahoma, share experiences at AAPG’s 2018 Annual Convention and Exhibition in Salt Lake City, and to help propose funded studies.

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Creating accurate, precise, and meaningful 3D graphics that help you analyze and make decisions is vital in drone-based mapping, whether it be digital outcrops, surface structures, construction, or methane seep detection. Welcome to an interview with Tim Kustka at Datumate, who discusses how they have developed software to be used with drones and other airborne cameras for 3D images with accuracy appropriate for precision engineering.

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Rebuilding from Hurricane Harvey will take time, and there is no doubt that the way that we learn, exchange knowledge, and work together will undergo changes. It is vital to establish strong networks so that our knowledge and experience come together to forge a strong future. Please share your experiences and suggest ways to team up to gain new skills and knowledge.

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An interview with Javier Tellez discussing his work in Colorado reconstructing the depositional environment and sub-environments of the Piceance Basin using 3D modeling of digital images acquired by drones

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