the words of the poet, things change -- and when it comes to environmentalism,
there's one word to describe the industry's approach to 40 years
of change: Evolution.
Change Commentary: Instead of continuous
verbal jousting, the global climate debate needs reason, research
and science. (Note: An edited story was printed in AAPG's February
of the Year: An eighth grade earth
science teacher in Castle Rock, Colo., is selected as AAPG's National
Earth Science Teacher of the Year.
century of oil-driven energy is celebrated at Spindletop as thousands
of people -- including a former U.S. president and a still-active,
legendary wildcatter -- remember the day when it all began.
Side of Geology:
debuts RTZ: What
could be more timely than the debut of a new technique that brings
an improved, safer and lower-cost way to pull more natural gas out
of marginal fields?
Closer Look: West
Africa continues to be a hot exploration province--and recent regional
deep water discoveries there rank among the world's largest finds.
Distinguished Lecture program goes global this month, with two speakers
making international tours.
Meeting (Denver) Update