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September Explorer 2005 Geophysical officials say that rising energy prices have triggered an increase in demand for seismic services “across the board”  --  including new data acquisition. Click here for an overview of the current state of the geophysical industry.
Photo of field operations in Abu Dhabi courtesy of WesternGeco.

Candidates for 2006-07 leadership of AAPG are available for consideration.

Robert M. Mitchum has been named the 2006 recipient of the Sidney Powers Memorial Award, and he heads the list of those receiving AAPG honors and awards.

The prediction was shared by many; but the impact could never have been guessed: A look at the effects Hurricane Katrina will have on the oil and gas industry.

The geophysical industry is humming, thanks to recent demands for both land and marine seismic services.

Utah drilling update: Applications for drilling permits in Utah are at a record high creating what could be a six-month backlog.

The target is deep, the potential is huge and technological advances are the driving force in the search for gas in the Gulf Coast region.

Survey says: With oil at $70 per barrel, schools and students are beginning to re-focus on “old school” geology according to a recent student trends study.

Summer NAPE full of success stories

Commentary on Oil Prices

Spotlight on Publications

Spotlight on Education

The presidents of AAPG and SEG share more than a title they have a thought to share with the membership.


President's Column: Prices a Stimulus, So Better Watch It!
Looking Back: Some Evolve, and Some Don't
Director's Corner: Workshop Studies Goals and Tactics
Division Column -- DPA: D.C. Office, Training, Certificates Programs Advance
DPA Running With Initiatives
Geophysical Corner: Do You Need Marine EM Methods?
Regions and Sections: Africa Region
(formerly International Bulletin Board)

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