Explorer Policy Watch

As the William L. Fisher American Geological Institute Congressional Science Fellow, I’ve realized how important it is to have the input of scientific experts when making new policies on energy and natural resources.

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Explorer Article

The world’s energy outlook may not be as bad as some people predict -- but a team effort may be needed to keep it that way.

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Explorer Article

Alternative energy is where it’s at these days in the minds of plenty of folks who are looking at the potential market for some mighty esoteric sources in some cases.

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Explorer Division Column EMD

The Energy Minerals Division is excited to present its technical program and luncheon for the AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach, Calif., April 1-4.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

There is an increasing need for geologists who understand the development of unconventional reservoirs, such as exploitation of tight gas shales. One of the most interesting aspects of work force studies is the number of new jobs opening for geoscientists in energy-related fields worldwide.

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Explorer Article

Amory Lovins wears many hats -- theoretical physicist, adviser to the U.S. auto industry and to the Pentagon. But during the luncheon address to the Division of Environmental Geosciences at the recent AAPG Annual Convention in Houston, Lovins added a new hat to his collection -- that of “wildcatter.”

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The Rocky Mountain region is poised to become the center of U.S. onshore gas production. The reserves are there, Rutt Bridges told a gathering in Denver earlier this year, but the big question hovers: Is the price right?

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Explorer Article

Readers may be aware that many petrochemicals are made from a widely used precursor or feedstock known as “syngas,” or synthesis gas. Syngas need not be made from petroleum however. It also can be made from agricultural, municipal and sanitary waste.

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Explorer Article

In the search for alternative fuel sources, one AAPG member says he has a low-tech answer to more than just the problem of reliable alternative energy.

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Explorer Article

For some oilmen, the decision to focus on wind generation wasn't so much of a stretch as it was a gust.

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Field Seminar
Ipoh, Malaysia
Friday, 13 August 2021, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.

Date: Friday 13 August 2021 Time: To be determined View Information On CO2 Laboratory Further details to come.

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Workshop
Ipoh, Malaysia
Wednesday, 11 August Thursday, 12 August 2021, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

High CO2 fields and marginal fields (due to high levels of contaminants) are some of the challenges that are prevalent in the Asia Pacific petroleum industry. Join AAPG Asia Pacific for a 2-day workshop focused on best practices, risk-based planning and the role geoscientists and engineers will play in these changing times.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Field Seminar
Ipoh, Malaysia
Friday, 13 August 2021, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.

Date: Friday 13 August 2021 Time: To be determined Organized by: Southeast Asia Carbonate Research Laboratory, SEACARL, The Department of Geosciences, Faculty Fundamental Sciences, Information system Technology, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. While AAPG and EAGE welcome this Field Trip in conjunction with our 2-day Geosciences Technology Workshop, all management and attending responsibilities will be taken care of by Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. View Flyer Further details to come.

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