SIPES Members Login Access

A software glitch involving SIPES Members’ access to parts of the website was found this week. If you experienced problems accessing the SIPES Membership Directory or Streaming Film Library when you logged into sipes.org, please try again with your current login username and password.  The problem should be repaired now.  If you experience difficulty, please […]

SIPES 2017 Convention Advertising Deadline Extended

The deadline for reserving your ad or sponsorship for the SIPES 54th Annual Meeting & 2017 Convention has been extended until January 31, 2017. Thank you for supporting this event for petroleum independents. We look forward to seeing you in Vail, Colorado this June. Ads and sponsorships may be purchased d online. For more information, […]

AGI’s Geoscience for America’s Critical Needs

AGI’s new 2016 critical needs document, Geoscience for America’s Critical Needs: Invitation to a National Policy Dialogue can be viewed here. The document identifies policy goals for political candidates and policy makers as they prepare for the 2016 elections. It was prepared by a volunteer group in consultation with AGI’s fifty-one member societies and organizations. […]

AGI 2015 Photo Contest – Life as a Geoscientist

AGI’s theme for their 2015 Photo Contest is “Life as a Geoscientist.” The theme is meant to showcase the amazing life a geoscientist leads! The deadline is November 6, 2015. Additional information may be found on AGI’s page regarding the contest. You may view the flyer here, and we encourage you to spread the word!

Technical Sessions from the 2015 SIPES Convention Now Live

Video recordings of all the technical sessions from this year’s 2015 SIPES Convention in Deer Valley, Utah are ready for viewing! Visit the Film Library and log in with your sipes.org account to view the films. For easy retrieval of all the sessions from the Convention, click “2015” underneath the Tags section on the left-hand […]

Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists: Proposed Rule Changes

By law, the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists (TBPG) must conduct a review of the existing rules governing the TBPG every four years. 2014 is the year for that review.  The stated purpose of the review is: The Appointed Board of the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists proposes amendments to clarify common definitions and terms […]

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