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Where are the best opportunities in the future for exploration investment? The central question about where to look, where to drill, which area of the world holds the greatest promise, in terms of profits, the rule going forward may very well be: “When you go low, you go high.”

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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AAPG presidents’ job description includes following global industry activity, visiting different parts of the world and attending AAPG events. The International Pavilion, a staple at AAPG annual conventions and international conferences since 1994, enables them to accomplish these tasks simultaneously.

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A magic moment for me happened last year at the Division of Professional Affairs Heritage Luncheon at ACE in Houston. An actor portraying Wallace Pratt read from Pratt’s writing and told a large packed room that “Everything is possible, anything is possible.” In that time and place we believed.

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