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On the cover: What in the world is going on? This month’s EXPLORER, our annual World Developments issue, provides a glimpse into the 2006 success stories that highlighted a year of several important finds – including those shown on the cover. The two top photos are scenes from the Wenchang oil field in the South China Sea, and the larger image is the Jack Bates semisubmersible rig used to drill the Clio-1 well in offshore northwestern Australia.

Photos courtesy of Husky Energy (Wenchang) and Chevron (Clio-1).

PDF of this Issue (44 pages, 10.3 Mb)

STANDING ARTICLES:

President's Column:

Meetings Refreshing for Professionals

Director's Corner:

Milestones Lay Base for Future

Division Column -- DPA:

An Emphasis on 'Petroleum' in AAPG DPA -- For the Love of the Game

Geophysical Corner:

Footprints in Seismic Data

Washington Watch:

Elections Redefining the Agendas

Regions and Sections:

Students Share Secrets of Success


A sinking feeling: A geoscientist makes his case that Louisiana is threatened by a subsidence, a crippling disease that’s far more extreme and extensive than many think.

What makes a buyer fall in love with an exploration prospect? Don’t laugh: Appearances matter.

House of Delegates will be considering a change to the Bylaws.

Card about Global Climate Change is carefully scrutinzed by AAPG's Executive Committee and more comments from members will be requested.

California dreaming on a winter’s day? The technical program is set and registration is open for this year’s AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach.

The party Down Under rises to the top: AAPG’s recent International Conference and Exhibition in Perth proves to be the largest international meeting in AAPG history.

AAPG is co-sponsoring a high-level multidisciplinary Reserves Conference this summer in Washington, D.C.

International stories Quantity, not quality: The past year saw only a few jaw-dropping discoveries, but some important world developments opened new areas, bolstered existing production and provided a solid foundation for the future. Extra information

The Mighty Mungaroo: Chevron’s Clio-1 well offshore Western Australia is one of the year’s top success stories.

Results from one of the year’s most important meetings – the Hedberg Research Conference on Understanding World Oil Resources, are being prepared for a spring unveiling.

Foundation Update: More alumni step up to share digital products with students.

Spotlight on Education: Winter Education Conference is the first opportunity to earn training credits for 2007.


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