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Explorer Emphasis Article

Three examples of exploration success stories will be featured in this year's History of Petroleum Geology Forum at the AAPG Annual Meeting.

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Explorer Article

While the technology to drill a horizontal well has been with us a long time, asset teams now have the background to consider the geology in planning to maximize the reservoir.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

A recent geologic study may shed light on the New Madrid, a mid-western U.S. seismic zone that is much discussed but little understood.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Explorer Emphasis Article

Tom Temple's poster on 'The Use of Seismic Stratigraphy for Waste Site Characterization' will be presented during the morning of Tuesday, May 13, at the AAPG Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

They're not just for oil anymore: Seismic technologies are proving their value in the environmental arena.

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Explorer Article

Shaking all over? One geologist who has been studying Missouri's New Madrid seismic zone believes the origin of the earthquakes there lies beneath the Gulf of Mexico.

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Explorer Article

In providing the lunch-time address, activist lawyer and AAPG member Victor Yannacone, of Long Island, N.Y., gave a wide-ranging address that stressed the necessity of becoming active in the political process and communicating views to the public and media.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Explorer Article

To be (abiogenic), or not to be -- that is the question once again surrounding the origin of hydrocarbons, and it's suffering the slings and arrows of outraged (and interested) fortunes.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Explorer Emphasis Article

Using seismic in the deep waters has just gotten deeper as these scientists explore how mineral grains align to pass seismic waves.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Explorer Article

A topic to be covered at the Rocky Mountain Section Meeting in September.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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.

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) 968-4207

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