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Thanks to Badger Oil for sponsoring Art Berman’s talk
Here are a few photos from our April 28th Wine Event. Thanks to all that attended! . . . → Read More: April 28th Wine Event Picture
Well this is the last time you’ll have to hear from me. (Oh, this sounds ominous even to me.) There are two themes in this message, Society news and a final philosophical rant. Proceed with caution.
The society news is the changing of the guard. To the . . . → Read More: May 2016 – President’s Letter
Geology Department in conjunction with the Lafayette Geological Society is hosting the annual Alumni Crawfish Boil. REGISTRATION & TICKET PURCHASE link is at the bottom of this post. . . . → Read More: 2016 Alumni Crawfish Boil – Date Change
A Return To Higher Oil Prices: It’s Complicated
Arthur E. Berman
Oil prices reached a possible minimum in early 2016 and higher prices may be expected going forward as market balance improves with falling production levels. It is useful, therefore, to assess what has been learned during almost two years of lower . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – May 2016: Photos Added
Bill Finley: Past President
Bill grew up in Lake Charles, LA, and graduated from LaGrange High School in 1965. Returning to college on the GI Bill, Bill finished his course work with a BS Degree in Geology in 1974 and an MS Degree in Geology in 1975 from USL.
Bill . . . → Read More: LGS Board Nominees: 2016-2017
Stay informed with current AAPG news, notes and concerns with the Delegates Voice. . . . → Read More: AAPG Delegate Voice – April 2016
President’s Message April 2016 LGS Bulletin
Okay so the world is about to fall apart, but that’s no reason to defund education Governor.
Your current Board of Directors has been diligently working to find ways for the Society to aid the University and our community under the guidelines of our Constitutional objectives. These efforts have . . . → Read More: April 2016 – President’s Letter
Intro to Reservoir Fluid PVT Analysis for Earth Scientists
The need for good, representative reservoir fluid samples is critical to the effective design and operation of any development project. The decision to build and deploy production facilities exposes producers up to several billion dollars of investment risk, and a solid understanding of formation fluids . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – April 2016: Photos Added
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