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AAPG's inaugural Prospect and Property Exposition(APPEX) proves to be a huge hit -- and sequels already are planned.

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It's the latest 'energy crisis' whizzing by, leaving a near-epidemic of whiplash in its wake.

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Graduating geology students want jobs. Exploration and production companies need young geologists.

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AAPG's Distinguished Lecture program, which only a few years ago became a truly global effort, is ready to once again cover the planet with speakers for the 2001-2002 season.

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National price spikes. California rolling blackouts. Clearly, the issue of natural gas supply and demand commands serious attention in the United States.

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In the not-too-distant past, independent oil and gas producers who ventured into the international arena to search for hydrocarbons were a rarity. Today? There's nary a raised eyebrow when even the smallest of players announces an overseas project.

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The current shortage of drilling rigs, skilled personnel and drilling prospects serves to focus the spotlight once again on the cyclicity of the E&P business. As usual, however, the oil finders are devising creative solutions to their problems, particularly when it comes to buying and selling high quality drilling prospects.

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Natural gas industry studies project that United States gas consumption will increase in the early years of this century by up to 50 percent from the current 22 trillion cubic feet to in excess of 33 trillion cubic feet by 2015.

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Your chance to either sell or buy a prospect just got better.

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It would make an appropriate theme song for the oil and gas industry. Just take an old tune popularized by that enduring pop trio from the '60s, and add new lyrics: Where have all the prospects gone? Unfortunately, this is for real, and it's nothing to sing about.

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