Explorer Division Column DEG

Now that my term is two-thirds over, it seems an appropriate time for a brief summary of the current state of the Division: what it has accomplished and what accomplishments are planned for the next four months.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Deep water and tight rocks. These terms define most new discovery trends taking place across the globe today, according to Bob Fryklund, chief strategist for upstream at IHS Markit.

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Events Blog

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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Events Blog

ACE 2018 marks the 101st year of AAPG. See how your brand benefits from exhibiting and/or sponsoring ACE Salt Lake City.

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Explorer Division Column DPA

While 100 years is a great milestone, it is also true that our profession is younger than the other scientific professions that serve as cornerstones of our modern industrial society.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

From mid-September through mid-October, I had the unique opportunity to represent the Division of Environmental Geosciences at four events, and want to share some of the highlights with you.

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Events Blog

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

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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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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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Explorer President’s Column

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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Workshop
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Tuesday, 21 February Wednesday, 22 February 2023, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

This workshop will be held Feb 21-22 in Oklahoma City, and will bring together industry practitioners, government and state agencies, nonprofit and academic institutions in a first of its kind event that will spark new ideas, motivate interdisciplinary and multi institutional collaboration and support the establishment of best practices for cleaning up and repurposing wells across the nation.

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Amy Lynn Spaziani Amy Lynn Spaziani Secretary (2022-2023) Spaziani Geoservices, LLC 607-329-0915
Valerie Feller Valerie Feller Treasurer (2022-2023) Indiana Geological and Water Survey 812-855-1335

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