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The award, sponsored by the AAPG Foundation, carries a $5,000 prize -- half of which goes to the teacher's school for educational purposes, and half of which goes to the teacher for personal use. This year's winner also will receive an expense paid trip to the 2001 AAPG annual meeting in Denver, where the award will be presented.

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Various award winners have been announced for technical presentations at the AAPG annual meeting in New Orleans, including recipients of the Matson and Braunstein awards.

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When it comes time to clean out the basement, people usually throw out the 'old' stuff. After all, it's been in a basement untouched for more than 30 years, how much could it really be worth?

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On the arid high plains of northeast Wyoming, the town of Gillette has become a bona fide boomtown. And it's coalbed methane creating the frenzy. The Powder River Basin has become the site of the hottest natural gas play in the country, a region most so-called experts wrote off as a wasteland for the gas.

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Despite conventional thought perceiving coalbed methane as an anomaly and that completion techniques were slow an inefficient, pioneering independents worked to develop an important industry segment.

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A focus on mid-career training for geologists again topped the actions taken by the 1998-99 AAPG Executive Committee, as funding was approved for the first international training center.

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The use of 3-D seismic and subsurface geology applications in Wyoming's Jonah Field should result in enormous savings in drilling costs, a consulting geologist recently told members of the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists.

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Bob Cluff wasn't laid off from an oil company, but when his wife got hit by the downsizing trend and lost her job with a large independent oil firm in Denver in 1985 the couple had to make some hard choices about their future.

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This is a less-technical education topic. It can be condensed to an hour or given as 2 two-hour sessions. It stresses selected controversial aspects of fracking that touch some combination of environment and economics and includes a short video of how fracking is done.

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