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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An interview with Daniel Mendez discussing his work in Venezuela and the value of attending an SPE-GCS Upstream Hiring Event

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Bringing together science, innovative technology, industry, and intense field work characterizes the visionary work of the members of the Suez University Student Chapter (Egypt).

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A deeper understanding of geomechanics is critical in understanding reservoir behaviors, from rock mechanics to fluid flow. Welcome to an interview with Dr. Amy Fox, Enlighten Geoscience, who talks to us today about some of the ways in which geomechanics adds value.

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Finding new ways to envision an old field is the secret to oil and gas success, especially in times of dramatically changing business, technological, capital, and regulatory conditions. Welcome to an interview with Shane Matson, BlueJacket Energy. He discusses his experiences with geology and also with recent developments with public and private equity in the petroleum sphere.

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My name is Paul Munding, and I am the Vice President of Petroleum Engineering at Flogistix. I have over 15 years of experience in the industry. Ten of those years were spent at Chesapeake, with three years in the reservoir department in the Permian Basin and seven years with completions and production duties across the Mid-Continent.

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Drones are currently being used in many applications, including pipeline and tank inspections, as well as methane leaks and seeps. Money is being saved. Resources are being discovered. But, behind the use of most drones and UAVs is the issue of safely and legally operating beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS). Welcome to an interview with Jim Cieplak, who talks to us today about his work with Harris Corporation and BVLOS solutions.

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Deep-water reservoirs are more important than ever as we gain more understanding of how complex systems have resulted in prolific reservoirs that possess often surprising volumes of oil and gas that are very long-lived, due in part to the existence of compartments often with high permeability and porosity.

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Imagine a Google Earth image, but with much higher resolution and combined with analytics that make new relationships and surface information clear in ways that were never possible before. And, imagine this at a fraction of the cost you imagined. Welcome to an interview with Mark E. Romano, Harris Geospatial Corporation.

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Being able to obtain 'at the bit' information while drilling continues to result in dramatic improvements in drilling and profitability, as geologists are able to geosteer more accurately and stay in the zone, and they're able to target sweet spots. Welcome to an interview with Zach Boyer, who discusses the way his company is optimizing information gained at the bit.

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Find out the secrets of the success of the Mid-Continent’s STACK and SCOOP plays. Attend the AAPG DPA MidContinent Playmaker Forum on May 11 in Oklahoma City and learn directly from the operators who have had the most success.

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