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How Geology Made America Great - 09 November, 2016 9:33 AM

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Be a Part of History and Celebrate AAPG's 100th Anniversary with a Centennial Sponsorship Package!

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Share your ideas, innovations and experiences at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) and be part of the most vibrant and vital integrated science and technology event for unconventional play development.

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Be a part of history by presenting at the premier integrated geosciences event in 2017 at ICE in London incorporating AAPG’s 100th Anniversary. Your expert contribution and practical guidance will help promote and advance the exploration and production of global energy resources.

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As these are challenging times in our industry, we understand the need to be strategic and judicious with your company’s marketing and sponsorship investments. Secure your sponsorships now for ACE 2017 and choose the mix of items, events and activities that align with the specific marketing goals of your business.

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Explorer Emphasis

 

In the past few years, a wave of schools geared to training students in science and mathematics in the hope of creating the next generation of oil and gas professionals have popped up in several oil-producing states.

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The University of Texas at El Paso’s Department of Geological Sciences recently won first place in the Imperial Barrel Award competition. This was the school’s ninth year in the competition, and its first win, coming out of the Southwest Section.

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Explorer President’s Column

 

How is future innovation going to affect the geoscience career? What are some of the potential new innovations that we can see today?

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September is the practical beginning of the year – for many in North America, at least: the beginning of the school year for those with school-aged children, the beginning of the program year for many affiliated societies and the beginning of many AAPG-related events.

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Foundation Update

 

Geoscience students researching energy related theses can count on support from the AAPG Foundation – especially during the down times. Investing in education is a top priority for the Foundation. During the 2016-17 grant cycle, AAPG Foundation will award $269,000 to master’s and doctorate students worldwide.

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Learn! Blog

 

The solution to heavy oil and paraffin-clogged mature wells can often by heat, but heat is hard to economically introduce into a well. Welcome to an interview with Richard Snow, Chief Scientist at PyroPhase, whose new technologies are designed to economically heat the reservoir and allow the oil to flow.

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Coming Soon

Check back often. "Find an Expert" feature is coming online soon!

John Bibb Hickman, Jr. John Bibb Hickman, Jr. President (2016-2017) KY Geological Survey (859) 323-0541
Craig Alan Eckert Craig Alan Eckert Past President (2016-2017) EQT (412) 395-3927
Patrick James Gooding Patrick James Gooding Vice President (2016-2017) University of Kentucky/Kentucky Geological Survey (859) 389-8810
Andrew D. Waggener Andrew D. Waggener Secretary (2016-2017) Triana Energy 304-380-0136
Scott Brady Gorham Scott Brady Gorham Treasurer (2016-2017) Seneca Resources (412) 548-2529
Craig Alan Eckert Craig Alan Eckert Advisory Counselor (2016-2019) EQT (412) 395-3927

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