Hot water, hot potential: The possibility of reaping the rewards of geothermal energy, especially along the Gulf of Mexico coast, is moving closer to reality.
Added on 01 January, 2012
Move over, Mr. Barnett – the Marcellus shale is a tantalizing, unconventional play that stretches over a huge area and, according to many, offers a huge potential.
Added on 01 March, 2008
What’s lighter than air and quietly vanishing before our eyes? If you said helium, you may also know that the hunt for its presence may be New Mexico’s next hot play.
Added on 01 February, 2008
You thought the Grand Canyon was big? Sometimes it’s dwarfed by the ongoing flap of how it got that way.
Added on 01 February, 2007
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The SAGEEP meeting had 340 attendees from 21 countries with four concurrent daily sessions, consisting of 210 oral presentations and 31 posters.
Added on 01 June, 2012
The time-worn phrase "everything old is new again" is an apt description for much of the revved-up activity in the oil patch these days.
Added on 01 June, 2014
Wyoming has a number of firsts going for it: the first state that gave women the right to vote, for example, and the first to have a national park and monument (Yellowstone and Devil’s Tower respectively).
Added on 01 June, 2010
Explorer Foundation Update
It has a new name, a new energy and a new lineup of experts, all primed to spread geoscience knowledge around the world. “It” is AAPG’s newly named Global Distinguished Lecture Program – emphasis on the “global” – which dates back to 1941 but continues to be the Association’s flagship initiative for offering the latest in geologic science to AAPG affiliated geological societies and universities.
Added on 01 October, 2014
Added on 01 November, 2008
Explorer Spotlight On…
Lee Allison, the state geologist and director of the Arizona Geological Survey, knows a lot about the coming need for strategic investment in data integration – and about how to succeed in today's political climate.
Added on 01 July, 2012