News, updates, and commentary from all corners of AAPG’s web world. Web Producer Bogdan Michka keeps you up to date on what’s new and exciting around AAPG.ORG and its subsites, with input from AAPG HQ staff including Datapages, GIS-UDRIL, Information Technology and more.

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AAPG Domain to be down for the weekend.

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In this last batch of video interviews from Denver ACE2009 Scott Tinker, AAPG past president, talks about various issues related to petroleum geology and the oil and gas industry.

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More Denver interview videos are available!

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December Web Explorer is ready and can be found here: December Explorer

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As geology students, you may find yourself asking: How much education do I need to get a good job in the oil and gas industry?

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With the addition of 11 new video interviews from Denver, get it from the horse’s mouth – AAPG members talk about their first jobs, past jobs, as well as how and why they became involved in the oil and gas industry.

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Whether you’re a geology student or a young professional working in the energy field, you have all but dedicated yourself to the industry.

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I love my job. Not just the position of the Web Producer at AAPG, but the whole graphic/web/video/design/development aspect of my job.

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Are you a student or a young professional just starting in the oil and gas industry and looking for advice from someone who knows the industry, who’s “been there and done that?” You’re in luck!

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