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Calling for “a robust federal oil and natural gas program – on the scale of oil, nuclear and alternatives, on the order of $500 million per year,” AAPG President Scott Tinker urged U.S. Senate appropriators to significantly boost oil and gas research.

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A comprehensive look at the industry’s past and future in the North Sea will be highlighted at this year’s AAPG European Region conference, set Oct. 5-7 at the Hotel Bristol in Oslo, Norway.

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A large and varied program spotlights an emerging global energy power at September's GEO India 2008.

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The SEC’s rule proposal announced in late June reflects many comments and urgings made at the 2007 Multidisciplinary Reserves Conference sponsored by AAPG along with SPE.

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A team effort: A special research consortium has been formed to better understand the geology and potential of the Bakken Shale.

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Officer candidates for the 2009-10 term have been announced by the AAPG Executive Committee.

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Second verse, same as the first: Headlines earlier this year proclaimed the Marcellus Shale as the year's most surprising play. Today the surprise is gone – but the play is getting hotter still.

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A brand new day: Louisiana's new Haynesville Shale play is being touted as the harbinger of what may open an untapped region to prolific gas production.

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A proposed coal-fueled power plant generated media and political heat for months, but never got off the drawing board last year in Oklahoma.

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Round Two: The Coal vs. Gas battle continues, and the combatants come out swinging.

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Climate change is not only happening in the atmosphere but also in the anthroposphere; in some ways the former could drive or exacerbate the latter, with extreme weather excursions and extreme excursions from societal norms occurring all over the earth. Accomplishing geoscience for a common goal – whether that is for successful business activities, resource assessment for public planning, mitigating the impacts of geological hazards, or for the sheer love of furthering knowledge and understanding – can and should be done by a workforce that is equitably developed and supported. Difficulty arises when the value of institutional programs to increase equity and diversity is not realized.

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