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What comes first – the geologist or the writer? For Susan Cummins Miller and Linda Jacobs, two geology mystery writers whose books will be offered in the AAPG Bookstore during the upcoming AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach, Calif., the answer is: Yes.

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In the under-appreciated “The Two Jakes,” a 1990 film in part about the burgeoning oil deposits in the Los Angeles Basin circa 1940, we hear the line: ' ... you might think you know what's going on around here, but ... you don't.'

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Are you a student who’s anxious to have a good start in your petroleum career?

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Admittedly angry over Big Oil’s big profits the past couple of years, a host of elected officials in the nation’s capital recently cobbled together a package of onerous proposed legislation designed to strip the industry of tax breaks and to force it to increase royalty payments.

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For many outside the oil industry, the term scenic oil island may be something of an oxymoron, on the order of concerned banker or designer t-shirt.

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Lee Gerhard has a challenge for you: “Defend the sciences ... Do a better job of critical reading and analysis. Separate fact from agenda.”

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As the massive economies of China and India tap into valuable mineral resources worldwide, the fallout is stretching far beyond the Asian geographic sphere of influence.

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Recent, somewhat dramatic price swings in oil and natural gas futures have done little to dampen the overall optimistic outlook pervading the industry.

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“Geopolitics and headlines have been controlling oil prices for easily the past seven years,” noted Michael J. Economides.

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It’s unusual for researchers to predict where future exploration will discover elephants, the world’s largest oil and gas fields. It’s even more unusual when they turn out to be right.

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