In July 1985, AAPG President William L. Fisher appointed a select committee to determine the capabilities that will be required of petroleum geologists in the future. His charge to the committee was based on the profound changes and uncertainties that were beginning to be felt in the industry and would surely affect the employment of geologists and their professional practice. These changes are well known: the supply of oil had exceeded demand, the price of oil was unstable, many companies were threatened by debt and buy-outs, and corporate restructuring was underway to meet changing economic conditions. All contributed to great...
Research Article| September 01, 1986
The Future Petroleum Geologist1
AAPG Bulletin (1986) 70 (9): 1166–1168.
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ROBERT R. BERG; The Future Petroleum Geologist. AAPG Bulletin ; 70 (9): 1166–1168. doi: https://doi.org/10.1306/94886A97-1704-11D7-8645000102C1865D
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