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February proves itself the busiest month of the year for AAPG’s Distinguished Lecture program, with seven speakers – five domestic and two international – set to be on speaking tours. The tours involve stops at 40 cities in North America and at least 12 stops throughout Europe and Asia. Some tours continue into early March.

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Sudden impact: Can meteor-caused craters be the key to finding new oil and gas reservoirs?

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Learn about Deborah Patterson's career path as a petroleum geologist.

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Explorer President’s Column

In early August, Executive Director Rick Fritz asked whether I realized I was “about to be sucked into the vortex” – meaning that the heavy meeting schedule with attendant travel was about to begin.

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Explorer Policy Watch

We enjoyed working with Governmental Affairs Committee Chair (GAC) Carl J. Smith and DPA President Tom Ewing this year at the AAPG booth in the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL), hosted by Massachusetts in Boston.

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Explorer President’s Column

To assure the future energy supply, more well-educated and trained geologists, geophysicists and engineers are needed. Learn what AAPG is doing to attract, assist and encourage students in geosciences?

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Explorer Article

In reserve estimation, one thing is more proven than probable: The numbers can be open to interpretation. That point, which was made frequently at the Multidisciplinary Reserves Conference, held in late June in Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by AAPG and SPE, has certainly gotten the attention of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Explorer Article

In reserve estimation, one thing is more proven than probable: The numbers can be open to interpretation. That point, which was made frequently at the Multidisciplinary Reserves Conference, held in late June in Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by AAPG and SPE, has certainly gotten the attention of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Explorer Article

This article discusses how the United States and other countries will dispose high-level radioactive waste. The challenge is finding ways of storage that provides adequate protection for hundreds of thousands of years.

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Explorer Article

AAPG’s Distinguished Lecture program wants to cover the world with talks that are serious, challenging and, sometimes, just plain fun. Included is announcements about the Distinguished Instructor program.

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Open Rank Professor - Geology/Subsurface Energy Systems

The Department of Geology & Geography at West Virginia University invites applications for an open-rank, tenured or tenure-track faculty position in Geology with a specialization in subsurface energy systems starting August 11, 2023. This is a 9-month, full-time position with full benefits. Candidates with research applications to sustainability challenges of the 21st century, and candidates whose research and scholarship support WVU’s land-grant mission are encouraged to apply.

Director, Energy and Minerals Group (Principal Research Scientist, Geology)

The Illinois State Geological Survey is seeking to hire a Director, Energy and Minerals Group (Principal Research Scientist, Geology) to provide leadership, clear scientific vision, and direction to the sub-disciplines and staff members who comprise the Energy and Minerals Group, facilitate coordination, communication, and teamwork throughout the Survey, PRI, and with other components of the University.

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Valerie Feller Valerie Feller Treasurer (2022-2023) Indiana Geological and Water Survey (812) 968-4207

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