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The challenge of finding new reserves is pushing explorationists into new areas -- and often into locales that are environmentally sensitive. Can the two priorities co-exist? As shown here, an operation in Cromarty Firth near Invergordon, Scotland, the answer is yes. For a report on the oil industry's exploration efforts in such sensitive areas, see related story
Photo courtesy of the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business at Conservation International

STANDING ARTICLES:

President's Column:
VGPers Are Message Bearers to Students
Looking Back:
'A Pile' -- Not Layers -- of Leaves
Director's Corner:
Volunteers Receive for Giving

Division Column -- EMD:
EMD Positioned for the Future

International Bulletin Board:
IP Is Key Attraction at AAPG Annual Meeting
Geophysical Corner:
More Amplitude Understanding (Part 2)

Biodiversity has become an important buzz word, and the industry is responding with increasing awareness of sensitive areas.

Successful oil finder says the world holds lots of oil waiting to be discovered.

Deepwater exploration is, well, deep -- but it also raises a question: How much deepwater potential remains?

North Sea independents -- small and otherwise -- continue to find success in.

Future energy demands in the Pacific region is the focus of the CPC's recent project to compile data on all facets of the energy issue for its part of the world.


APPEX -- AAPG's fourth annual Prospect and Property Expo -- is almost here, with yet more new events and attractions.

Plan now for this year's AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, sponsored jointly with the Mexican Association of Petroleum Geologists, in Cancun, Mexico.

AAPG position paper takes to task a report on recoverable resources in the western United States.

Geo Filmmakers -- Two young but long-time friends have become partners in a quest to bring geology to the public via television.


Commentary: Long-term Water Issues

Rocky Mountain Section Meeting


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