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The AAPG Women’s Network is excited to kick off the new AAPG fiscal year with a new leadership team and some new initiatives. The AAPGWN is currently working hard to roll out new initiatives, events, and partnerships. The goal of these programs is to expand our community of geoscientists, provide career development resources to women and increase knowledge sharing among our global members.

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Explorer Division Column DPA

To those of you I have yet to have the pleasure of meeting, my name is Meredith Faber and I’m honored to serve as your Division of Professional Affairs president for this coming year. Normally, this article would be a recap of all the exciting DPA events that took place during the annual meeting. However, this year has been far from normal to date and, in a sense, I don’t mind. “Normal” is relative and sometimes boring and our departure from it gives me an opportunity to speak to you about something else entirely.

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Explorer President’s Column

I would like to start by congratulating the newly elected officers of AAPG - Gretchen Gillis, president-elect, Linda Sternbach, vice president of sections and Denise Stone, treasurer. They will join Rick Fritz, president, Bob Shoup, vice president of regions, Stephanie Nwoko, secretary, Bob Merrill, editor, and Steve Brachman, House of Delegates chairman. AAPG will be in very capable hands going forward as we navigate the new normal in our society and the changing landscape of the oil and gas industry.

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Explorer President’s Column

AAPG functions because of you, the members, and there are many different ways for you to get involved in your organization. Some choose to start in their local affiliated society, working on committees and holding offices within them. Others get involved through leadership and organizing events within the sections and regions. These are the grassroots of our membership, and AAPG leadership is working to strengthen these roots.

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Explorer Article

It’s an exciting time for women geoscientists. The AAPG Professional Women in Earth Sciences special interest group has undergone a transformation. The SIG has been renamed the AAPG Women’s Network, but along with the name change and a new logo, the group has made some important changes to its mission and goals.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

When one lives in Louisiana, even in the northern part, February and early March are full of tidings of “laissez les bon temps rouler!” or “let the good times roll!’’ Only geoscience nerds like you and I would apply that to May’s exceptional 2019 AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in San Antonio. So, start these good times rolling now by registering early on or before March 21 for a great discount.

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Explorer Article

It is a well proven fact that a diverse workforce is good for business and improves the bottom line – but the E&P industry, in common with many others, is not making significant progress in this area. A recent report on gender diversity in the energy industry, for example, found that, at 22 percent, oil and gas has one of the lowest shares of female employees of any major industry – an imbalance that transcends seniority, geography and business segment.

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Correlator Article

The documentary 'Rock Stars: Women in Petroleum Geology' is gaining a wider audience with screenings at film festivals, society meetings and universities. Find out how to request a screening.

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Explorer Article

Antarctica is not known for its hospitable environment or its warmth. But for Paola Tello Guerrero, an oil and gas physicist-turned-environmental activist, Antarctica represents connection, passion and inspiration. The icy continent lit an inner fire that she is taking around the world.

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Learn! Blog

Technology that makes operations safer as well as more efficient is a focus for AAPG’s U-Pitch pitch event to take place at URTeC, July 23-25 in Houston. Welcome to an interview with Paul Gibbs, developer and creator of the Freedom Tank Technology Tool which is designed to make oil and gas storage much safer.

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