challenge of exploration isn't
always about understanding what's in the ground. Sometimes, the
challenge is getting enough funding to get to the ground.
are now picked and preparing
for this year's AAPG Distinguished Lecture slate of talks, both
in the United States and around the world.
Visiting Geologist Program is
ready for a new school year.
Mountain high? Colorado
drilling permits are expected to hit a record this year as drilling
techniques boost results.
this is deep: A new
MMS report officially establishes the deepwater regions as the big
gorilla in the Gulf of Mexico.
success in the deepwater
Gulf of Mexico especially involving the subsalt plays -- may depend
on how geologists "see" the situation.
Cognac was discovered in
1975 (we're talking oil fields here!) over 200 commercial fields
have been discovered in the Gulf of Mexico province.
new study of sunken
vessels in the Gulf of Mexico has ramifications for the oil industry
-- and it asks the question, can man-made reefs be beneficial in
the deep water, too?
see a good thing going: Louisiana
officials are making an all-out effort to encourage increased oil
industry activity in their state.
Success: AAPG's fourth
annual Prospect and Property Expo, set this month in Houston --
is proving to be a serious place for serious buyers.
sciences in the schools
registration deadline approaching
talks to legislators
the VSE: Virtual Student Expo
update -- DB switch brings new features
students break ground on carbonate forum