Explorer Article

Examples of deep-water outcrops, as examined in AAPG Studies in Geology 56 is a publication that exposes some exposures that matter a lot to geologists.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

Once more we are at the start of a new fiscal year for AAPG -- and once again it arrives after an extremely busy year for AAPG.

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Explorer Article

It’s not a “little fish” kind of exploration start-up. Cobalt International Energy LP of Houston plans to go after some of the biggest fish in the world, in some of the deepest waters explored.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

Spring has been a busy time for DEG with the AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach, Calif., and the Southwest Section meeting in Wichita Falls, Texas.

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Explorer Article

The AAPG award winners for best technical presentations at the recent Annual Convention in Long Beach, Calif., have been announced.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Geophysical contractors sometimes find themselves in the darndest situations. Uganda was faced with the challenge to acquire a seismic survey across a large part of a water body for its Canada-based client Heritage Oil Corp.

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Explorer Article

Owen Hopkins has a plan to plant the seeds of geologic and scientific curiosity in students -- and a map to get there.

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Explorer Article

In the first Imperial Barrel Award (IBA) student competition that was held at the AAPG Convention in Long Beach, the University of Aberdeen (Scotland) won first place, which netted the team $20,000 in scholarship funds, a trophy and individual medals.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

During a luncheon talk at the 2006 AAPG Annual Convention in Houston, speaker Peter Dea predicted the Rocky Mountains would become the kingpin of domestic natural gas production owing principally to unconventional reservoir development.

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Explorer Article

Unconventional resource plays are sprouting up across the country, especially projects in search of gas or oil production from shale.

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