LGS Luncheon – January 2016

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Abstract:

COGNITIVE BIAS, THE “ELEPHANT IN THE LIVING ROOM” OF SCIENCE AND PROFESSIONALISM

Peter R. Rose, Ph. D Rose & Associates, LLP AAPG Distinguished Lecturer, 2015-17

 

Cognitive bias, in its many manifestations, is the major cause of geotechnical overestimation and faulty probability forecasts in petroleum geoscience. The five most prevalent cognitive biases in petroleum . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – January 2016

LGS Bulletin – Jan 2016

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January 2016 – President’s Letter

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President’s Message

January 2016 LGS Bulletin

Okay, a slight departure from my usual routine. Everyone should already have received an email announcement about the Student/Professional Meet and Greet at Deano’s Pizza on February 2nd from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. We have activities where our professional members can meet the students twice a year (the Bar-B-Q . . . → Read More: January 2016 – President’s Letter

2016 LGS Pizza Party

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Join us for our annual Student and Professional Meet and Greet Pizza Party . . . → Read More: 2016 LGS Pizza Party

LGS Bulletin – December 2015

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December 2015 – President’s Letter

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December 2015 bulletin’s

In case you aren’t getting used to the routine by now, I’ll continue (learning by repetition). I could go on indefinitely about the climate issue, but some 200 countries have just resolved to fix that problem, so I guess it’s out of our hands now. Meanwhile let’s pick a new . . . → Read More: December 2015 – President’s Letter

LGS Luncheon – December 2015

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Abstract:

WORLD OIL SUPPLY IN TRANSITION

Richard S. Bishop*, Wayne L. Kelley

 

RSK[UK]LIMITED

Houston, TX 77092

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Historically, estimates of global oil supply have been based on a combination of resource volume and forecasted demand. The price was driven largely by the giant and super-giant conventional fields and reflected a rough parity of . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – December 2015

LGS Bulletin – November 2015

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LAGCOE Poster Winners

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Congratulations to this year’s LAGCOE Poster winners. As always we’re grateful for all of the participants. Here are the winners:

 

 

1st Place – Scott Hamilton – An investigation of the mass balance of oil and gas produced versus estimated reserves remaining within the A.W.P. Field, McMullen County, Texas

 

 

 

 

. . . → Read More: LAGCOE Poster Winners

November 2015 – President’s Letter

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President’s Message

November 2015 Bulletin

If you want to know the news and announcements, check the website and/or come to the meeting. But for now I’m gonna soapbox it.

I continue to be amazed, no perplexed, by the general lack of understanding about how this country and our freedoms work. The way I see it, . . . → Read More: November 2015 – President’s Letter